The Asotin County Conservation District Election set for February 27, 2019 at the Asotin County Conservation District office, 720 Sixth Street Suite B Clarkston, WA has been cancelled due to the incumbent having been re-elected to the currently open seat by reason of being the only person filing for the position by the filing deadline.  Therefore, no poll site, absentee balloting or mail balloting will be performed pursuant to WAC 135-110-370. 

For further information, please contact the District at 509-552-8117.


Dated this 4th day of February 2019

By:  Colleen Ozard, Election Supervisor

POSTED:  February 4, 2019

It's Board of Supervisors Election Time

Resolution # 2019-1


Notice of Adopted Election Resolution


Announcement of Vacancy to be filled by election:

Asotin County Conservation District is pleased to announce an opportunity to contribute to conservation and your community by serving on the Board of Supervisors. Supervisors are public officials who identify local conservation needs, set priorities, and oversee the implementation of plans to protect soil, water, wildlife, and other renewable natural resources.  Five members comprise the Board, each serving a three-year term without compensation.  Three of the five Supervisors, are elected by registered Asotin County voters, and the other two are appointed by the Washington State Conservation Commission.

Notice of Intent to Adopt an Election Resolution Establishing Date, Time and Location of Election:

In accordance with WAC 135-110-220 the Asotin County Conservation District Board of Supervisors will hold a public meeting scheduled at 12:00 pm (noon) on December 6, 2018 at the district office at 720 Sixth Street, Suite B Clarkston, WA to adopt a resolution setting the date, time and location of the 2019 election.  Levi Luhn’s term expires in 2019.

PLEASE NOTE: Future election information will be posted ONLY on the Asotin County Conservation Districts’ web site:

For more information, please contact the Asotin County Conservation District or visit the Washington State Conservation Commission website at

Dated this 9th day of November 2018 By:  Colleen Ozard