Committees and Commissions

WE ARE NAPA COUNTY

Clerk of the Board

County-Administration

Committees, Commissions and Boards

The Board of Supervisors recognizes the valuable untapped resources that exist in the community and appreciate the public participation and input in the operation of County Government.

Want to provide direct input to the Napa County Board of Supervisors and other County leaders? Consider applying for one of the County's advisory committees, commissions and boards. Put your knowledge, energy and passion to work for your community.

 View a complete list of Napa County Committees and Commissions

 

Current openings: 

Due to the earthquake, the County Executive Office is temporarily relocated from the office at 1195 Third Street, Room 310, Napa CA.

If you need assistance with a Committee or Commission application, please contact Nadine Willoughby at (707) 253-4595 or 253-4421. 

  

Napa County Mosquito Abatement District Board of Trustees (closes October 31, 2014)

Napa County Local Food Advisory Council (closes October 31, 2014)   

Napa County Airport Advisory Commission (closes November 7, 2014)

Monticello Public Cemetery District Advisory Committee (closes November 7, 2014)

Napa County Fair Association Board of Directors (closes November 14, 2014)

Napa County Advisory Board on Alcohol and Drug Programs (closes November 21, 2014)

Napa County Mental Health Board (closes November 21, 2014)

Napa County Arts and Culture Advisory Committee (closes November 21, 2014)

Napa County Tobacco Advisory Board (closes November 21, 2014)

Napa County Transportation Planning Agency Active Transportation Advisory Committee (closes November 28, 2014)

 

 

Those interested in being considered for appointment must complete the proper application form. Download the application by clicking the link below, or apply in person at the County Executive Office located at 1195 Third St., Suite 310, Napa, CA, 94559. If you have questions, please call the County Executive Office at (707) 253-4421.

 Application for appointment

 

Please Note

Appointees to Committees, Commissions and Boards noted on the attached list are required by State Law to file Form 700 Conflict of Interest Code

See the list of Form 700 Filers

 

For further information about Form 700 Conflict of Interest Code,  go to the California Fair Political Practices website

 

Annual Reports

 Napa County Mental Health Board 2012 Annual Report

  

Appointments on Behalf of the County of Napa

It is the goal of the Board of Supervisors that when vacancy(s) occur on various committees and commissions:

1. An effort is made to make all interested individuals aware of said vacancies.
2. The most qualified individual(s) is/are appointed to fill the vacancy(s).

 
To achieve these goals, the following policy and procedures regarding appointments shall be followed:

A. In addition to conforming to Government Code Section 54970-54975, when memberships on commissions and committees appointed by the Board of Supervisors consist of representatives from professional societies or organizations, or members of the general public as determined by State law or regulations or by the Board of Supervisors.

1. A news release regarding the vacancy(s), requirements, process and deadline for making application will be sent by the County Executive Office to all local news media.
2. The individual members of the Board of Supervisors and the appropriate professional society or organization will be requested to recommend one or more individuals for consideration and appointment by the Board of Supervisors.
3. When representation of educational interests is desired on advisory committees or commissions, all public school districts in the County shall be requested to confer with one another and provide the Board of Supervisors with a joint recommendation.
4. All interested applicants shall complete the resume' (application) form that will be made available and returned to the County Executive Office.
5. All submitted application forms will be reviewed by the County Counsel's Office for legal sufficiency and to note any known conflicts of interest.
6. One week prior to agendizing committee/commission appointment(s) all applications will be forwarded to Board of Supervisors members for their information. At his/her discretion, the Chairman/Chair of the Board of Supervisors may designate one or more members of the Board to evaluate the applications in whatever manner most appropriate and submit recommendations for Board decision.
7. Individual(s) appointed by the Board of Supervisors will be notified by the Clerk of the Board in order that an oath of office can be taken when appropriate.
8. Individuals not appointed will be so notified by the County Executive Office. 

 

B. These procedures will apply to initial appointments and the filling of vacancies occurring during a term.

Thank you for your interest!