The Executive Officer acts as the administrative head of the department, serves as the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors and performs duties as provided in the Government Code and formal orders of the Board of Supervisors. He serves as the administrative officer of four Assessment Appeals Boards, as filing officer for economic disclosure statements, Deputy Secretary of the County Housing Authority, Clerk of the Air Pollution Control Board and various other special districts and committees. The department administers the Board of Supervisors General Office and manages of the Board of Supervisors’ budgets.
Processed 26,980 passport applications in FY16/17, the second highest annual volume
Celebrated its 200,000 passport customer. Since the inception of passport services in 1999, it took the Clerk of the Board 13 years to reach the 100,000 mark and only four years to reach 200,000 applications. (NEW)
Processed 16,311 passport photos in FY16/17
Took 100,000 passport photos since beginning the service in 2009. Over 50% of passport customers purchase a passport photo from the Clerk of the Board.
Surveyed 13,116 customers and consistently achieved an average rating of 4.9 out of 5.0 in the areas of helpfulness, expertise, attentiveness, respect, and timeliness.
Accepted 4,267 Property Tax Assessment Appeals Applications in FY16/17
Received 4,803 Statements of Economic Interest (Form 700s), of which 44% were filed electronically
Conducted 1,640 Notary Public transactions in FY16/17
Conducted approximately 32 property tax assessment appeal hearings annually
Created 83 Board of Supervisors/Special District Meeting Agendas and produced 83 Statements of Proceedings annually.
Processed 653 Board Letters and produced 653 Minute Orders annually.
Processed 53 Ordinances each year and ensure their codification in the County Administrative and Regulatory Codes.
Administered the County Volunteer Program which engages 37,826 volunteers, providing a value to the County of over $40.7 million annually.
Administered the appointment over 233 individuals each year to citizen advisory boards, committees, commissions and special districts formed to advise the Board of Supervisors and County staff on issues and policy and serve as links to the community.