Plans, Reports and Minutes 

Long Range and Annual Plans of Work

The Board of Supervisors approves Annual Plans of Work each year and updates the Long Range Plan every five years. These documents provide a detailed glimpse of the priorities, work underway and work planned for the District. The plans are based on the state fiscal year (July to June) and the formats are prescribed by the Washington State Conservation Commission.

In 2016, the Board updated the Long Range Plan. A survey of partners and communities was completed in February and the Board reviewed multiple drafts between February and April. Comments were solicited from our partners and the community. On April 14, 2016 the Board approved the final version which is available below:

Long Range Plan 2017-2021

The Annual Plan of Work is submitted at the end of May of each year:

Annual Plan of Work for FY 2022 (July 2021 to June 2022)

Annual Reports of Accomplishments are submitted by conservation districts to the Conservation Commission as well.  The reports are based on the state fiscal year and are due to the Commission in early September.

Annual Report of Accomplishments FY 2019 (July 2019 to June 2020)

Public Records Officer

Annal Lael, District Manager

(509) 925-3352

Board Meeting Schedule

The next regular monthly meeting of the Board of Supervisors is scheduled for Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 7:00 AM.
All meetings will be conducted remotely and in-person until further notice to comply with Governor Inslee's proclamations. Instructions for the Zoom conference meeting are in the agendas below. Contact Anna at 925-3352 ext. 207 or or Miranda at 925-3352 ext. 201 or for assistance if necessary.

Agendas for this, and past meetings, are posted below:

Past Board Meeting Minutes

Minutes from regular monthly and special meetings of the Board of Supervisors are available by clicking on the dates below:








Featured Projects

Firewise Communities and Fuels Reduction Projects

Voluntary Stewardship Program

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KCCD offers a free home risk assessment to help landowners recognize wildland/urban interface fire hazards in addition to incorporating Firewise planning into existing and developing homesites & communities.

KCCD facilitated the Watershed Group that completed the Voluntary Stewardship Program (VSP) Work Plan for Kittitas County. The VSP plan addresses agricultural activities in critical areas and must balance protection of critical areas with agricultural viability.

RCPP Cost-Share Program


KCCD is partnering with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service to implement a Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) project, "Yakima Integrated Plan - Toppenish to Teanaway". Kittitas County producers can apply for cost share funding for on-farm improvements this fall.