Board of Supervisors
THE ROLE OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SUPERVISORS
The Board oversees the management of the County government and special districts. The Chair for 2021 is Ryan Campbell.
In its legislative duties, the Board adopts ordinances, resolutions and minute orders within the limits prescribed by State law. As an executive body, the Board:
- Establishes policy
- Approves the annual budget
- Appoints a County Administrative Officer, County Counsel, and Clerk of the Board, as administrative and legal staff to the Board
- Conducts public hearings on land-use, committees, commissions and certain special districts
- Serves as the Joint Powers Authority Board for the Tuolumne Public Power Agency, the Air Pollution Control Board and the Board of Equalization
- Tuolumne County Vision, Mission and Value Statement adopted by the Board of Supervisors on January 7, 2014.
- Board of Supervisors Priorities - 2021.
Information and Reports for Appointed Bodies, Committees, and Commissions to the Board of Supervisors
- The Chair’s Annual Board Member Appointments to Committees & Commission for 2021
- Monthly Committee and Commissions Clerk’s Report - Posted for July 2021 - If you are interested in becoming a member of a Committee or Commission, complete the application below or call the Board Clerk's office at (209) 533-5521.
- Board, Committee and Commissions Annual Notice of Vacancies - Posted January 2021
- Board, Committee and Commissions Application
- Committee and Commission Handbook