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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 current agenda to verify the next meeting date.
View archive of previous Board Meeting agendas and proceedings.
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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 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 area, appoints certain County officers and members of various boards and commissions.
We recognize that a vital key to open government means an open budget process. On this page you may review the budget documents for our current fiscal year. The county also holds budget hearings each May before the budget is adopted. This is the perfect opportunity for community members to voice their interest in where county funds go.
Riverside County has numerous boards and commissions that provide guidance for a wide range of issues, from airport land use and Indian gaming to women's wellbeing and land development. Learn more about these organizations and their goals for improving our community.
Riverside County is proud to introduce the representatives and public servants that improve our quality of life, and provide policy guidance on issues affecting Riverside County government.
The County Executive Office's mission is to support and implement board policies and priorities, provide organizational direction and leadership, and foster efficient and effective management of the county workforce and activities. The Executive Office performs and ensures strategic planning and accountability to achieve excellence in public service.
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Riverside is the fourth largest county in California and the tenth largest in the United States. What makes our county run? Get to know the people and organizations that work every day on behalf of our residents to enhance the quality of life in Riverside County. In addition, find out how your taxpayer dollars are distributed among departments to keep services running.
Find out how to apply for a business license and or permit. This page also offers information on other required documentation for specific kinds of businesses, including encroachment and transportation permits, environmental health permits, and specialty permits.
Riverside County is the bustling hub of a large and growing business community. We pride ourselves on being a business-friendly county, and have a lot to offer new and existing businesses. Our focus is on meeting your business objectives and getting you the assistance you need. View a list of helpful resources on this page.
Welcome to Riverside County! Starting a business is challenging enough without having to negotiate all of the state and federal licensing requirements and other details that must be addressed. The information on this page will answer many questions about these requirements, and assist you with the transition into your new business.
Riverside County has earned a reputation as one of the nation’s best places to work, or to start a business, including prominent businesses in the agricultural, manufacturing and distribution, and high-tech industries. Acknowledging that the success of our business community plays a considerable role in the quality of life of our residents, we are committed to promoting and assisting in the success of our businesses.
Children’s services resources work in partnership with families, communities, the courts and other governmental entities to ensure the safety, security, and well being of our young residents. View a list of organizations that provide protection, care and permanency for children in need.
Riverside County strives to provide the best possible atmosphere for positive educational opportunities for all our residents. The Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE) provides specific educational, financial, legislative, and leadership services and support to all K-12 school districts in the county. Find out more, or access information about area colleges and libraries.
Riverside County is committed to promoting the health of the urban, farming and natural ecosystems that help sustain our community, reducing the waste we generate, and conserving our most precious resources, such as water. Everyone is responsible for protecting our environment. Find out how you can help.
Riverside County is a wonderful place to call home. Visit this page to find answers to questions related to property taxes and special assessments on newer homes. In addition, you can view a list of resources available for income-eligible residents in need of public housing assistance or who are at risk of homelessness.
Why has Riverside County become such a popular place to retire for both in-state and out-of-state residents? In addition to the warmer climate, there are countless enjoyable things to do, with a strong sense of local community neighborhoods. Check out the many helpful home and community-based services available to our senior citizens.
Planes, trains, buses and automobiles – there are no shortage of transportation options for Riverside County visitors and residents. View a list of agencies that improve the quality and safety of our roads and highways, get information about Riverside County Ride Sharing, and find out more about public transportation options within our community.
Riverside County’s Veterans Services Office was founded to promote and honor all veterans, and enhance their quality of life and that of their dependents and survivors through counseling, claims assistance, education, advocacy, and special projects. Find out more about the organization, and how local businesses can support our veterans through the VALOR program.
Riverside County is a one of a kind mixture of diverse communities, scenic beauty, thriving businesses and economic strength. The County of Riverside lives by the following promise to our residents – Community Now, Service Now: RivCo Now.
Find out about the community-based programs that engage residents in local government.
A community is only as strong as the bonds that link its neighbors together. Here you’ll find a list of municipal websites for the cities within Riverside County, as well as information for visitors and future residents about what makes each one of them special.
Riverside County maintains a vast assortment of records in various forms. Those wishing to access, review and obtain public records should contact the office or department responsible for maintaining those records, or access the searchable indexes available on their respective websites. You’ll find the information you need to do so on this page.
Our residents know how the beautiful landscape of our region, combined with urban amenities and friendly faces sets us apart from the rest. As new residents move in to experience what we know to be true, find out why the Inland Empire has become the fastest growing region in Southern California for several years running.
Already know what department you need to contact? The links on this page will take you to specific department websites where you can learn about the many services available for you. Or, if you need information about a specific service from Riverside County, check the “How Can We Help” icon at the top of the page.
From animal licensing to building permits to birth, marriage and death certificates, find out the fastest and easiest to obtain documentation from Riverside County. Most types of licenses and permits are available online.
The Financial and Government Services departments are responsible for the timely, accurate and systematic recording, deposit, collection, investment and disbursement of money to Riverside County. These departments strive to provide to residents and all county departments accurate budgeting, accounting, and reporting of the county's financial resources.
From hospitals to clinics to crisis lines, health agencies across Riverside County offer medical care and public health information. Visit this page to find out more about services for seniors, for mothers and infants and for those facing financial challenges within the community.
The motto of Riverside County’s Human Resources department is “putting people first.” Here you can access job listings for county positions in such fields as health care, public safety and so much more. If you are a current county employee, this is where you can access employee support services, file workers’ compensation claims, and receive assistance with educational support.
The Human Services departments build strong communities by enriching the quality of life for individuals and families in Riverside County. Our vision is to create an environment in which all of our residents, from newborns to senior citizens, enjoy a sense of safety, support and well-being. Our department coordinates programming and funding through the offices and organizations listed on this page.
The Internal Services departments provide a wide range of administrative functions and internal support services for the ongoing operation of Riverside County. By ensuring that other county departments have the necessary resources to accomplish their business missions and objectives, internal services departments ensure that the county functions efficiently for all of our residents and visitors.
Public Safety services in Riverside County pertain to both emergency services, like police and fire, as well as the local, state and federal agencies entrusted with enforcing laws and administering criminal justice.
Riverside County is committed to sheltering homeless animals, safeguarding the community with diligent animal control and providing low cost spay and neuter surgeries. The Riverside County Department of Animal Services is where you can begin your search for a lost pet, or where you can find a wonderful pet to adopt or foster.
If you live, visit or work in Riverside County, your time here will be enhanced by the services provided through our Public Works, Land Use and Environment departments. These organizations oversee a wide range of responsibilities, from maintaining our roads, to permitting construction projects, to monitoring the quality of food served in our restaurants, to operating our landfills.
Departments dedicated to Riverside County’s Economy and Community Development are responsible for many of the programs that contribute to the great quality of life in our neighborhoods and sense of community.
The diverse and superior services provided by Riverside County are designed to make our communities and neighborhoods stronger, safer and healthier. We are committed to building better communities through providing the highest quality services by protecting, educating and empowering individuals and families.
Riverside County is home to several museums featuring exhibits in art, photography, natural history and local culture. Our own Riverside Metropolitan Museum interacts with the community to collect, preserve, explore and interpret the cultural and natural history of Riverside and its region.
Taking its name from the City of Riverside, Riverside County was formed in 1893 from a small portion of San Bernardino County and a larger part of San Diego County. Find out more about our county history, or take a history tour with our award-winning Historic Riverside County mobile app, featuring more than 120 historic sites.
Discover Riverside County's natural beauty and history, from the majesty of its mountains to its spacious deserts. We are home to thousands of acres of open space areas and reserves, nature centers, trails and sports parks. View a list of parks, open space areas and recreational facilities operated by the county, as well as state and national parks in Riverside County.
From the famous Coachella Valley to the artistic San Jacinto Mountains, from our vast deserts to our fields of spring wildflowers, and from our museums to our hiking trails, Riverside County offers an abundance of places to go and things to do. Whatever your interests, you are sure to make memories here worthy of selfies and profile pics.
In Riverside County’s vibrant and diverse business community, residents are likely to find an abundance of employment opportunities to match their skills, goals and interests. View a list of organizations and services are ready to help. These links offer job-related community resources, career guidance and helpful information for employers.
Are you interested in sharing your talents to help others in your community? Volunteering can provide valuable job experience, keep your skills sharp, and make you feel great by giving back to your community. Riverside County has a variety of opportunities to suit varied skills and areas of interest.
Riverside County is a wonderful place to live and to work! From a booming downtown area to several growing industry sectors, there are opportunities available across the corporate spectrum. We can help match your career skills and goals with companies looking for new employees.