2020 KCD Preliminary Results
Preliminary results for the 2020 KCD Board of Supervisor Election are available. We will update the results as they come in from King County Elections and post final results on February 28.
KCD Board Election results are not officially finalized until certified by the Washington State Conservation Commission. See Conservation District Elections and Operations: Accountability and Transparency for detailed information.
2020 KCD Board Candidates
KCD is piloting a new technology this year to expand voting access to our election. We have partnered with King County Elections, Democracy Live, and Tusk Philanthropies to ensure an accessible election for all registered voters in our service area. KCD’s service area includes all of King County and its cities, but excludes the City of Enumclaw, City of Federal Way, City of Milton, City of Pacific and City of Skykomish. Learn more about KCD.
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Elections and Appointments
King Conservation District is led by an all-volunteer, five-member board of supervisors. Three of the members are elected while the other two are appointed by the Washington State Conservation Commission, an agency created to assist and guide conservation district activities in Washington State. KCD elections occur annually during the first quarter of each year. Elections are conducted pursuant to guidelines established by RCW 89.08 with oversight from the Washington State Conservation Commission.
Board members contribute local perspectives on important natural resource management and conservation issues, seek feedback about conservation programs from District residents, set KCD policy, and direct KCD’s work plan and budget.