District Advisory Committee
Residents of unincorporated NCPRD areas are invited to attend a meeting on April 29 to select District Advisory Committee representatives.
NCPRD has adopted a new sub-area system (see map below) to ensure that each area of the District is equally represented on the District Advisory Committee. With this new system in place, it’s time to invite interested people to apply to serve on the DAC and to encourage residents of each of the sub-areas to learn about the candidates for their sub-area and vote for their representatives.
Join the NCPRDAC Sub-Area Implementation Team, a volunteer community-based group, at a Zoom meeting at 7 p.m., Thursday, April 29, to be a part of selecting the DAC representatives in your sub-area. Your participation will shape the future and vitality of our community centers and parks.
Interested in applying to serve on the DAC?
Check back for information on a second public meeting at which unincorporated NPCRD residents will get to vote for the representatives from their sub-area.
About the District Advisory Committee
The District Advisory Committee (DAC) makes recommendations to the District’s governing board, the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners, on the design, planning and development of parks and the provision of recreational programs in the district. Board members are important in representing residents’ voices in NCPRD decisions and policies.
The DAC is now made up of 11 members:
- 2 each from four sub-areas in unincorporated NCPRD, recommended by residents
- 2 from the one sub-area in the City of Milwaukie portion of NCPRD, appointed by the city
- 1 representing NCPRD community centers.
Interested in attending DAC meetings?
District Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public. During the pandemic, meetings will be conducted remotely, through Zoom. Meeting agendas are posted 5-7 days in advance of the meeting. If you’d like direct notification of these meetings via email, you can ask to be added to our Public Meetings Distribution List by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners, acting as the Board of Directors of the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD), approved updated DAC bylaws in fall 2020 as recommended by the District Advisory Committee.
*Please note that any comments submitted to the District Advisory Committee become a public record of the District.