Pacific Conservation District

 The Pacific Conservation District was established in 1948.  It is administered by five supervisors, three elected by local citizens in a public election and two appointed by the Washington State Conservation Commission.  These supervisors are local citizens who serve without pay. 

Conservation districts are political subdivisions of state government. Districts work in conjunction with the Washington State Conservation Commission to implement conservation and water quality programs. 

Contact Pacific Conservation District

Jacqueline Wilson
1216 W. Robert Bush Drive
PO Box 336
South Bend, Washington  98586-0968
Phone: (360) 875-9424
Fax: 360-875-6280


Service Area

Services provided in:
  • Pacific County, Washington

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