Board of Supervisors

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Meetings

To ensure the health and safety of members of the public and County staff in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Supervisors office is currently open by appointment only. If you would like to schedule a meeting with your Supervisor, or if you have business to do with the Clerk of the Board that cannot be completed online, please call (530) 265-1480 to schedule an appointment. When arriving for your appointment, please enter through the County Executive Office, which is providing reception services for both offices. In accordance with the June 18, 2020 guidance provided by the California Department of Public Health, face coverings shall be worn at all times by individuals entering or inside of the Eric Rood Administrative Center, unless a qualified exemption specified in the guidance applies.
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Members

About the Board of Supervisors

About the Board of Supervisors


Learn more about the Board of Supervisors.
Board Meeting Information and Streaming Video

Streaming Board Meeting Information & Streaming Video


Find Board of Supervisors meeting agendas, minutes, audio, and live streaming video.
Order and Decorum

Board Meeting Rules and Guidelines - Order of Decorum

To learn how a meeting is conducted, how and when to address the Board during public comment, and the rules and guides for a meeting, see the Order and Decorum , which is renewed each year.  

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Board Objectives & Legislative Priorities


Find the current Board of Supervisors Objectives and Legislative Priorities that are used as guidance by County staff and to develop the fiscal year budget. Also, find the current Priority Objectives Report on the County's progress. 
Board Vision, Mission, and Values Statements

Board Vision, Mission and Value Statement


Our guiding principles adopted at the beginning of each year.
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Find Your District


Use our online GIS Parcel Mapping service to look up your Supervisorial District (and other districts, like Fire and Schools) as well.
Historic Nevada County

History of Nevada County


Nevada County, California is one of the most historic and scenic areas of our state.

Supervisor District 1

Supervisor District 1


District 1 includes Nevada City and the unincorporated areas of Banner Mountain, Cascade Shores, Deer Creek, and the Highway 174 corridor.
Supervisor District 2

Supervisor District 2


District 2 includes the communities of Alta Sierra, Lake of the Pines, and unincorporated areas along Highway 49.
SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 3

Supervisor District 3


District 3 includes the City of Grass Valley, Cedar Ridge, the Brunswick Basin, Squirrel Creek, and unincorporated areas along Highways 49 and 20.
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Supervisor District 4


District 4 includes the communities of Penn Valley, North San Juan, Rough and Ready, Lake Wildwood, Spenceville, and unincorporated areas along Highways 20 and 49.
SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 5

Supervisor District 5


District 5 includes the Town of Truckee, and the communities of Soda Springs, Washington, Graniteville, Hirschdale, Boca, Floriston, and unincorporated areas along Highways 49, 20, 89, and Interstate 80.
Search Board Documents

Search Board Documents


To find supporting documents for an upcoming Board of Supervisors meeting view the current agenda, or use the document search tool to find archived supporting documents.
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Committees and Commissions 

Each Board of Supervisor serves on a variety of committees and commissions, which are appointed by the Board Chair each year. For further information on Committees and Commissions, please view the Clerk of the Board’s web page

Click here to view the current commission and committee assignments of each Supervisor.  

Click here to view the stipends allotted to each Supervisor per their current commission and committee assignment appointments