About LCDC |
Oregon´s seven-member Land Conservation and Development Commission (LCDC), assisted by DLCD, adopts state land-use goals and implements rules, assures local plan compliance with the goals, coordinates state and local planning, and manages the coastal zone program.
The Commissioners are unpaid citizen volunteers appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. Commissioners are appointed to four-year terms and may not serve for more than two full terms.
The statute establishing the Commission, ORS 197.030, also directs that the members be representative of certain regions of the state, and that there be a current or former elected official of a city and a county.
The Commission meets every other month to direct the work of DLCD.
For information on Commission meetings (dates, locations, agendas, audio), please go to the ´Meetings
INTERESTED IN SERVING ON THE LAND CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION?
The Commission is appointed by the Governor. To learn how to apply, please visit Executive Appointments and How to Apply on the Governor's Office web site.
To review the requirements for LCDC appointments see ORS 197.030.