Board of Supervisors Meeting Agendas

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. Documents on this web page are provided as a convenience to our customers.

Board Agendas
To view agendas and Board meeting materials, select a highlighted meeting date using the Board of Supervisors meeting calendar below. To see dates of future meetings, see the Board Meeting Calendar. To view previous video recordings or the live broadcast of a meeting, visit the Board Meeting Video page.

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Special Meetings

Statements of Proceedings

Budget Hearings

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To search Board Meeting materials visit the Online Document Library (Documentum).

Documentum provides access to over 130 years of Board of Supervisors meeting records. Documents that are searchable include Board agenda indexes, Minute Orders, Statements of Proceedings, Board Letters, supporting documents, and archived microfilm.