The Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County of Los Angeles, a charter county. As such, it has the unique function of serving as the executive and legislative head of the largest and most complex county government in the entire United States. A civil service staff which performs the duties for the County departments and agencies serves the needs of the County's population of more than 10 million people.


The Executive Office supports the Board of Supervisors in performing its duties as the governing body of the largest local government in the Nation. In this capacity, the staff of the Executive Office prepares the Board's weekly Agenda and Statement of Proceedings, maintains its official records which date back to the 1850's, and provides technology, accounting, procurement, personnel, payroll, facility management and other administrative services to the Board of Supervisors.

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Executive Office Commissions


The Executive Office provides administrative and staff support to many commissions which include the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, Citizen's Economy Efficiency Commission, Civil Service Commission, County Equity Oversight Panel, Countywide Criminal Justice Coordination Committee, Commission on HIV and the Domestic Violence Council.

  • Hilda L. SolisIt is a great honor to represent the vast and wonderfully diverse First District, which stretches from downtown L.A. all the way to Pomona and from Eagle Rock to South Gate. Since I returned to LA County in 2014 to serve my home district, I have worked to improve the region’s quality of life through job development, environmental justice, and access to healthcare. I encourage you to get involved with the many services and resources we provide here in LA County and to stay engaged in the democratic process. Take time to visit my website, follow me on social media, and sign up for my newsletter.

    Supervisor Hilda L. Solis
  • Mark Ridley Thomas I am deeply honored to serve on the Board of Supervisors, and my hope is that my website will serve as a resource for constituents seeking County services, background on important policy issues, and information about the Second District and important upcoming community events. I have always believed that constituents who are informed and knowledgeable about the decision-making processes and workings of government are best positioned to empower themselves, their families, their neighborhoods and their communities. Together, we can work to improve our quality of life and I look forward to working on your behalf.

    Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas
  •      Welcome to the Third Supervisorial District, a beautiful and innovative area, covering the Westside, most of the San Fernando Valley, the Conejo Valley and the Santa Monica Mountains all the way to the Ventura County Line. Cities in this diverse district include Los Angeles, San Fernando, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood, Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Malibu, Westlake Village and Hidden Hills. Many of the County's most prominent cultural institutions are located in the District, including the Hollywood Bowl and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Please explore the many facets of the website, follow me on Facebook and Twitter and sign up for my weekly Kuehl Happenings emails so I may better serve you and inform you of the many opportunities and experiences available each week! Welcome!

    Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
  •   Stretching from Marina del Rey to Long Beach and all the way out to Diamond Bar, the Fourth District features 2.2 million people of all backgrounds representing the incredible diversity of Los Angeles County. Offering a variety of services from animal care & control to healthcare to voting and zoning, the County is here to serve you. We are also the ultimate safety net for those who need us the most. I am incredibly honored to serve you and the over 10 million residents of Los Angeles County: the largest county in the nation. I invite you to visit Knabe.com, or follow me on Facebook and Twitter to learn what issues are affecting your community.

    Supervisor Don Knabe
  •    With 22 cities and 70 incorporated communities, the 5th District includes all or part of the San Gabriel, Pomona, San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys. My office is committed to providing our constituents responsive and effective representation and quality municipal services. Please visit our website, www.antonovich.com or follow me on Facebook and Twitter for vital information on county services, events and programs including public safety, emergency preparation, parks, trails and libraries, and assistance for foster children, small business, seniors and veterans.

    Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich