ABOUT THE BOARD
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.
Board Meeting Information
To Listen By Telephone Only:
Call (877) 873-8017 Access Code: 111111 (English), 222222 (Español)
To Address The Board:
For all Regular Agenda items
Call: (877) 226-8163 Participant code: 1336503
You may also send written comment by mail to:
Attention: Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors
500 West Temple Street, Room 383, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Correspondence received shall become part of the official record. Please submit your written public comment or documentation as soon as possible and up until the close of the Board meeting.
About The Executive Office of the Board
Upcoming Commission Meetings
During the current State of Emergency and in the interest of public health and safety, Board or Commission members will be participating in Board or Commission meetings by teleconference. In accordance with the Executive Order, there will be no members of the public in attendance at the Board or Commission meetings. We are providing alternatives to in-person attendance for viewing and participating in Board or Commission meetings.
OVERSIGHT BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
The Oversight Boards and commissions work is an integral part of the County to improve transparency and accountability, monitor progress of reform, child and inmate protection, and work with County departments to ensure effectiveness of service to County constituents. The Oversight Boards and commissions under the Executive Office of the Board of Supervisors (EO) purview are led by Executive Directors or EO staff who guide and assist the members of each Oversight Board and commission with their mandated authority. Explore the link below and our website to learn more about the Oversight Boards and County Commissions.