Board of Supervisors Meeting Agendas
Due to increasing COVID-19 cases and current COVID-19 guidance, upcoming Board of Supervisors meetings will be held virtually. In-person public participation at Board of Supervisors meetings will not be allowed. Interested individuals may watch the meeting online, request to speak by phone or submit an eComment.
Current Board of Supervisors Agendas
Meeting Agenda Documents
To view supporting materials, click on the links below the calendar. Only published agendas will appear. To view the dates for upcoming meetings, see the Board Meeting Calendar.
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About Board of Supervisors Meetings
The Board of Supervisors conducts regular meetings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Tuesday sessions address regular budget matters, policy issues, and intergovernmental and legislative matters. Wednesday sessions are for planning and land use matters. After each session, the actions of the Board of Supervisors are compiled in a Statement of Proceedings.
The agendas for the Board of Supervisors and Special Districts meetings are officially posted at the County Administration Center, 1600 Pacific Highway, at the South Entrance and outside of Room 310, in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Brown Act (Government Code Sections 54950-54963), Board Policies and Rules of Procedure. For information regarding requests for disability-related modifications or accommodations, including auxiliary aids or services, please click here. Documents on this web page are provided as a convenience to our customers.
For information about the meeting proceedings and other rules, please visit the meeting information page.
To view notices of the agendas and any changes to the agendas, click on the links below.
COVID-19 PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the County of San Diego is making several changes related to Board of Supervisors meetings to protect the public's health and prevent the disease from spreading.
Until further notice, Board of Supervisors meetings will be conducted pursuant to the provisions of California Government Code section 54953(e), added by Assembly Bill 361, which allows the County to use teleconferencing and to provide the public an opportunity to address the Board via a call-in option, during a proclaimed state of emergency when measures to promote social distancing are in effect or the Board has determined meeting in person would present imminent risks to the health or safety of attendees.
At this time, in-person participation at Board of Supervisors
meetings will not be allowed. Interested individuals may watch the
meeting online, request to speak by
phone or submit an
eComment. Please refer to additional information below.
To maintain the orderly conduct of the meeting, the Board of
Supervisors may attend the meeting via teleconference or phone
conference and will participate in the meeting to the same extent as
if they were present.
Here's How You Can Be Engaged!
Submit an eComment!
To voice your opinion for upcoming Board meeting agenda items, use the eComment service. You can start submitting eComments when the agenda is released, typically the Wednesday before the meeting. The eComments are sent to the Board of Supervisors and the Chief Administrative Officer for their review. Comments can even be submitted during the meeting.
Public comments on agenda items will be available to view online and the number of comments received on each agenda item will be stated during the meeting. All eComments will be entered into the administrative record of the meeting.
Call-In Your Comments
If you’d like to comment on an item by phone during the Board meeting, follow these steps:
- Step 1: Fill out the online Board of Supervisors tele-comments form to request to speak during the meeting via teleconference. The form must be submitted prior to the time that public comment begins on the item. After completing the form, you’ll get instructions on how to call in to the meeting.
- Step 2: Watch or listen to the meeting.
- Step 3: When the Board of Supervisors begins to discuss the agenda item you want to comment on, call in to the conference line and turn off your TV or live stream. You’ll continue to hear the Board meeting after calling in. Please do not call until the item you want to speak about is being discussed.
- Step 4: When it is time for public comments on the item you want to speak about, you will hear a notification that it is your turn to speak. You may begin speaking after the beep.
Watch on Cable TV: Watch the meeting on these TV channels:
Cox Ch. 24 (South) or Ch. 19 (North); Spectrum Ch. 24 or 85; or
through the County News
Center. Currently, the County News Channel is not available via
- Watch Online: Watch the live stream online. The County will be broadcasting the meeting through a variety of services. Note that there may be a 45-second or more delay when viewing the broadcast online, depending on the service and your Internet connection.
- Listen Via Phone: Listen to the live meeting by dialing (619) 531-4716 while business is being conducted. This is a live, listen-only feed.
If you have any questions, please contact the Board Operations Unit
at (619) 531-5434.
5, 2021 (item 10), the Board of Supervisors first adopted a
resolution relating to the convening of public meetings in response to
the COVID-19 pandemic. Pursuant to the Resolution and subsequent
renewals of the resolution, to maintain the orderly conduct of the
meeting, the Board of Supervisors may attend the meeting via
teleconference or phone conference and will participate in the meeting
to the same extent as if they were present.
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