Conservation District Director Elections
The governing body of a conservation district consists of five public officials. Two board members are appointed by the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and three are elected by registered voters within the conservation district. The three elected positions are numbered 1, 2 and 3 with succeeding terms, so that one term expires each. The term of an elected director is from July 1 through June 30 for a period of three years.
Elections for district director are held each year on the first Tuesday of June as established by law, a day also designated as Conservation District Day.
To be eligible to file for district director election, an individual must be a registered voter in the district and must have a cooperator agreement with the district. If individuals do not already have a cooperator agreement with the district they can make application for the agreement.
Filing for Conservation District Director Election
Interested persons may obtain and file a Notification and Declaration of Candidacy form from their local conservation district office during the filing period which is May 1-14 of each year. Forms are also available by clicking on the links below.
Notification and Declaration of Candidacy
Application for Cooperator Agreement
After all paperwork is submitted to the local conservation district office, it is then forwarded to the Oklahoma Conservation Commission.
For questions or further information regarding district director elections you may contact Kim Tweed at email@example.com.