Cuyahoga Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Supervisors are respected conservation leaders elected by county residents to represent them in charting the course for soil and water conservation and natural resources management in Cuyahoga County. Associate Supervisors are concerned citizens that officially volunteer their time to assist the Board and District. Board and Associate Supervisors serve together as a guide for the District, its staff and cooperating agencies in efforts to implement conservation plans which address the county's soil and water-related resources.
Cuyahoga SWCD's Board of Supervisors are elected to a three-year term as public officials and serve without pay. They are protected from liability by laws which indemnify all SWCD supervisors from personal liability in any civil actions arising from involvement with the SWCD.
In 2021, meetings are on the fourth Monday of each month at Cuyahoga SWCD offices* at 6:30pm with the exception of December which will be on December 20, 2021. All meeting are open to the public. *Currently, Board meetings are held on Zoom.
Members of the media or general public that would like to be notified of SWCD special meetings or meetings of a special topic may notify the District at 216/524-6580.