Boards/Commissions/Committees Information

The Clerk of the Board’s (COB’s) Office is responsible for managing information regarding Boards, Commissions, and Committees that are either created by the Board of Supervisors and/or that the Board of Supervisors sit on as members.

Application for Appointment

The COB’s Office receives the Application for Appointment on behalf of the County Boards, Commissions and Committees. The application is a public document and it is retained for a period of one year. After one year, it is necessary to file a new application for another year of eligibility.

 Application for Appointment 

Below is a report of each of the Boards, Commissions, and Committees that either the Board of Supervisors appoints members to and/or sits as members. The Local Appointments List report will be updated monthly. If you would like further information, please contact the Clerk of the Board’s Office.

 Local Appointments List – June 2019  (Posted 6/3/2019)

 Board of Supervisors – Members of Boards/Commissions  (Posted 2/28/2019)


AB-1234 is an Assembly Bill that was passed on October 7, 2005, which requires local officials to receive at least 2 hours of training in general ethics principles and ethics law no later than 1 year from their first day of service and every 2 years thereafter.

Local officials are required to submit Proof of Participation Certificates to their custodian of record who will maintain it for 5 years. If the custodian of record is the Clerk of the Board’s Office, please see the Contact tab for E-mail and mailing address.

Ethics Education

Online training is available from the:  Fair Political Practices Commission

Online Self Study materials available from the:  Institute for Local Government 


Effective January 1, 2017, AB 1661 requires local agency legislative body members and any elected local agency officials who receive compensation, salary, or stipend in the performance of duties to receive two (2) hours of Sexual Harassment Prevention and Education Training.

If you serve on one or more boards/commissions that meets the criteria of AB 1661, please contact the Ventura County Executive Office’s Human Resources Training and Development to arrange an online or in-person training.


Phone: (805) 654-2569

Signed Proof of Participation Certificates are submitted to the Clerk of the Board’s Office (please see the Contact tab for E-Mail and mailing address).

Clerk of the Board
800 S. Victoria Ave., L#1920
Ventura, CA 93009

 Phone:  (805) 654-2251