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The Clerk of the Board performs numerous duties in fulfilling its charge to provide support to the Board of Supervisors and information to the public.


The Board of Supervisors Board is the governing body of the County, certain special districts and the Housing Authority. The Board enacts ordinances and resolutions, adopts the annual budget, approves contracts, appropriates funds, determines land use zoning for the unincorporated areas, and appoints certain County officers and members of various boards and commissions.


The Clerk of the Board performs numerous duties in fulfilling its charge to provide support to the Board of Supervisors and information to the public.

Riverside County

Board of Supervisors

The Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County of Riverside, certain special districts and the Housing Authority.

Supervisor Kevin Jeffries

1st Supervisorial District – Vice Chair

Supervisor Karen Spiegel

2nd Supervisorial District

Supervisor Chuck Washington

3rd Supervisorial District

Supervisor V. Manuel Perez

 4th Supervisorial District

Supervisor Yxstian Gutierrez 

5th Supervisorial District

Find Your Supervisor

 Use this tool to find out who your County Supervisor is.

Board Meetings

Board of Supervisors meetings are held most Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Board Chambers on the first floor at 4080 Lemon Street in Riverside. Check the Board of Supervisors Calendar here to verify the next meeting date.

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Helpful County Information


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Riverside County is the 4th-largest of California’s 58 counties in both population and sheer land mass. It has consistently been among the fastest growing counties in the country, serving across more than 7,200 square miles and policing 17 of the 28 cities in Riverside County.


The Code Enforcement Department is responsible for enforcing State of California Laws and over fifteen Riverside County Ordinances in the unincorporated areas of Riverside County. Common code issues include: dangerous or substandard buildings, open excavations, unpermitted businesses, zoning violations, construction or grading without permits, inoperative or abandoned vehicles, and excessive outside storage.


To find out about the latest information regarding the Covid-19 (Coronavirus), you can visit the Riverside County Public Health website.


The Riverside Sheriff’s Department is the 2nd-largest Sheriff’s Office in California, managing five correctional facilities, Coroner-Public Administrator duties, and providing court services.


Through strategic partnerships with departments, we attract and retain a motivated and skilled workforce by championing a Great Place to Work so that employees are committed to delivering valuable and effective services to the people of Riverside County.


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