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2023 Board of Supervisors Election
Find information about our 2023 Board of Supervisors Election here including candidate statements, ballot request and return instructions and general election information.
Programs & Services
Updated Community Wellness Response
Thurston Conservation District is committed to doing our part for our community and the wellness of our employees, board of supervisors, and volunteers. Community response actions we are taking, in alignment with guidance from the Governor’s office, include the following updates:
Office Hours & Public Access
Thurston Conservation District office is now open to the public between the hours of 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday.
The majority of TCD staff will continue to work remotely. Email/voicemail at our mobile numbers is the best way to reach staff during this time. Please contact staff before visiting our office to ensure that the right person is available to serve you.
Signage at the main building entrance will direct community members to follow the following protocol:
- All individuals may wear a mask when entering the building. Masks will be provided in the front office.
- Anyone feeling unwell is asked to choose a different time to come to our office.
Public Events & Meetings
- Workshops, tours, and other educational programs will take place both virtually and in-person in a variety of settings. When possible, a virtual participation option will be given.
- Board meetings will be held in a hybrid format. Attendance can be either virtual or in-person at our offices. Find meeting information here.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to transition through these changes. We look forward to continuing to serve you and contribute to the health and well-being of our wonderful community.
Questions? Contact our Executive Director, Sarah Moorehead – email@example.com or 360-754-3588
Thurston Conservation District serves community members who reside on the Indigenous Lands of the Nisqually, Squaxin, and Chehalis Peoples. We give thanks for the Indigenous knowledge and leadership in our shared work of stewarding this place.