The Clallam County Boundary Review Board (BRB) was created by the Board of Clallam County Commissioners in 2004 to provide for independent review of issues that arise when governements propose to change jurisdictional boundaries. Typical examples of boundary changes, among many, include annexation proposals by cities or fire district boundary changes. The Boundary Review Board is made up of one appointment by the Board of Commissioners, one from the cities within the county, and two Governor´s appointments. These four members then choose a fifth member from nominees by special purpose districts.
The links below provide access to information compiled as part of the Boundary Review Board´s business. As a general rule, requests for review of proposals must be received by the BRB within 45 days from the date of the proposal. Specific requirements are listed in the BRB´s rules and in RCW 36.93.
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Meeting Minutes (available when published by Chief Clerk)
Boundary Review Board By-Laws and Rules