The North Olympic Development Council (legal name North Olympic Peninsula Resource Conservation & Development Council) is a collaborative, innovative effort among member governments, educational & community organizations to advance economic, environmental & quality of life initiatives on the North Olympic Peninsula. The NODC is a nonprofit 501c3 organization that serves as the region's economic development district.
Since 1992, the Council has managed projects in natural resource research, economic feasibility, market development, and regional planning.
Vision (5-year):   A diverse and vibrant region ready for the demands of the new economy, changing environment, and the next generation.
Mission:   Empower the North Olympic Peninsula to pursue and invest in its own economic and environmental destiny.



The North Olympic Development Council meets on the fourth Thursday of every month, from 1:30-3:30 pm, at the John Wayne Marina in Sequim, WA.


Meetings are open to the public. 

2018 Meeting Dates:

January 25

February 22

March 22

April 26

May 24

June 28

July 26

August 23

September 27

October 25

December 6 (note change)

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