About the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
Mission Statement: The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Department is committed to provide consistently excellent service and support to the Board of Supervisors and the people we serve in an efficient and friendly manner.
The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors acts as the administrative head/Executive Officer of the department and performs duties as provided in the Government Code and formal orders of the Board of Supervisors. As Executive Officer, he serves as administrative officer of the four Assessment Appeals Boards which sit as boards of equalization for San Diego County. He is the filing officer for economic disclosure statements which are filed in accordance with the Political Reform Act of 1974. The Executive Officer also serves as Clerk of the Air Pollution Control Hearing Board and Air Pollution Control District Hearing Board, the County Sanitation District, the County Flood Control District, and the County Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency. The Executive Officer acts as the permanent secretary and recording officer of the San Diego County City Selection Committee.
The department administers the Board General Office and manages over $11 million of budgets and trust accounts. Three program areas are included within the department: Executive Office, Public Services, and Legislative Services.