Clean Water Commission
The Clean Water Commission is a nine-member volunteer citizen board serving in an advisory capacity to the Clark County Council on issues related to the Clean Water Division. The Clean Water Commission works with staff to review the program budget in detail, implement stormwater treatment improvements, bolster water quality monitoring, and enhance public education and outreach. The Clean Water Commission bylaws are here. For more information about the commission, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clean Water Commission meeting scheduled for Wednesday, July 1, 2020, has been canceled.
Meetings are scheduled for the first Wednesday of every other month (January, March, May, July, September and November) and start at 6:30 pm.
In order to comply with Governor Inslee’s Safe Start Washington phased reopening plan, the Clean Water Commission will meet via video conference. The meeting agenda will be available below, under the heading Meetings. Public comment can be submitted in writing to email@example.com by noon of the meeting date and will be read and addressed during the meeting. We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to hearing from you.
The Clean Water Commission will present their 2019 annual report to the Clark County Council and County Manager at a work session on February 12, 2020. Here is the link to the annual report.
|Brendan Addis, Chair||12/31/20||Washougal River|
|Christy Dunbar, Vice Chair||12/31/20||Salmon Creek|
|Michelle Girts||12/31/22||Salmon Creek|
|Matthew Jones||12/31/22||East Fork Lewis River|
|Marie LaManna||12/31/22||Salmon Creek|
|Sue Marshall||12/31/21||West Slope / Whipple Creek|
|Justin Maynard||12/31/21||Lacamas Creek|
|Michelle Maynard||12/31/21||Lacamas Creek|
|Josh Seeds||12/31/20||Gibbons Creek|
In 2016, the Clean Water Commission developed three working groups to focus on priority topics. These working groups will report to the full commission at regularly scheduled meetings.
Provides input on the public outreach presentations and continues to be a positive presence in the community. This team is responsible for giving public presentations about the clean water program to various community groups and organizations.
Collaborate with other advisory groups to establish amenities such as trails and educational opportunities on storm water facility sites.
Responsible for gathering data and information needed by the CWC members to evaluate programs and make recommendations.
Meeting notes from previous years are available. Contact the Clean Water Division Staff Liaison Alice Millward at 564.397.5267 for more information.