The Civil Service Commission ("CSC") is a three-member board who meet quarterly (if necessary), as per ORS 242.702-242.824.
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PO Box 2108 / 57455 Abbot Dr.
Sunriver, OR 97707
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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many aspects of our operation. Board meetings will be held virtually for the time being. Check both the Sunriver Police and Fire Departments for up to date information.
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The Sunriver Service District (SSD) was established through an agreement between Deschutes County and Sunriver Owners Association on July 1, 2002, and it oversees both the Sunriver Fire and Police departments.
The SSD Board is the managing body of the District, while the Deschutes County Board of Commissioners is the governing body. The Managing Board for the District consists of seven appointed board members. The SSD is a public service district authorized under Oregon Revised Statutes, and is required to adhere to all rules and laws established for Oregon public entities.
The SSD Board meets monthly to discuss pending business and take board action on necessary items. The public is welcome to attend regular meetings, and there is an opportunity for public input at every regular monthly meeting.