Douglas County Dog Control Board

The Douglas County Dog Control Board is created to serve as an advisory body with the authority to assist and advise the board of commissioners.

The Douglas County Dog Control Board shall be composed of three members, two of whom shall be directly or indirectly involved with the livestock industry.

The dog control board shall have the authority and duty to:

  • Serve as an advisory board to the board of commissioners regarding the appointment or removal of the supervisor.
  • Review and recommend enactment of policies and rules for the operation of the department.
  • Review and make recommendations on the annual budget of the department as prepared by the supervisor for submission to the board of commissioners and the budget committee.
  • Hear all claims by owners of livestock under ORS 609.170 through 609.190

Dog

Dog Advisory Committee meetings are Quarterly.

The meetings are located at:

Douglas County Sheriff's Office
Justice Building
1036 SE Douglas Avenue RM 210
Roseburg, Oregon, unless otherwise notified.

The next Dog Advisory Committee meeting is scheduled for

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 6:00 p.m.,
Douglas County Sheriff's Office RM 210.

 

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2018

2018-09-01
2018-08-15
2018-07-21