Includes Vacancies on Cultural Coalition of Washington County
The Washington County Board of Commissions has announced a Spring 2020 recruitment cycle, accepting applications for consideration for the county boards and commissions from February 25 – April 7, 2020. The Cultural Coalition of Washington County (CCWC) is among the Boards accepting applications. For the CCWC, there are 5 positions available now and 3 positions available after Dec 31, 2020
Description: CCWC administers state funds directed to Washington County from the Oregon Cultural Trust. The CCWC distributes funds through a competitive grant program to Washington County-based arts, heritage and humanities organizations to address priorities identified in the Washington County Cultural Plan. The CCWC works to promote greater awareness of the cultural life of Washington County.
Member Description: Between nine and fifteen members who reside in Washington County or are members of a business or organization significantly involved in arts, heritage or humanities activities in Washington County.
Term: 3 years
Meetings: Typically meets the third Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. of the following months: Feb, May, Sept and Nov. Additional meetings required for members participating in the Grant Review process, or serving on other committees such as the Grant Celebration or the Communications committees.
Contact: Jodi Nielsen, (503) 846-3235
The application deadline is April 7, 2020 or open until filled. Applications may be obtained by visiting the Boards and Commissions website.
Boards, committees and commissions advise the Board of Commissioners on matters of interest to people who live and work in Washington County. Committees themselves do not pass ordinances to establish policy; their purpose is to study issues and make recommendations. Commission members are volunteers appointed by the County Board of Commissioners. In many cases, members must be residents of Washington County. Serving on an appointed board or commission is a great way for Washington County residents to participate in decisions that affect them and to learn more about how local government works.
Washington County Community Engagement Media Contact:
Tricia Kennedy, Senior Administrative Specialist
The Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) includes: Aloha Community Library, Banks Public Library, Beaverton City Library, Beaverton City Library @ Murray Scholls, Cedar Mill Community Library, Cedar Mill Community Library @ Bethany, Cornelius Public Library, Forest Grove City Library, Garden Home Community Library, Hillsboro Public Libraries (Main and Shute Park), North Plains Public Library, Sherwood Public Library, Tigard Public Library, Tualatin Public Library, and West Slope Community Library.