Clerk of the Board
The Clerk of the Board, under administrative direction from the Board of Supervisors, plans, organizes, directs and coordinates the work of staff assigned to scheduling and preparing the Board of Supervisors agenda, records the proceedings of Board meetings, and maintains the official records and reports of Board actions. The day-to-day functions of this position are performed by the Assistant Clerk of the Board.
The Clerk also responds to inquiries concerning past, present, and future business of the Board of Supervisors and Board actions and performs the full range of assignments necessary to assist with the conduct and recording of Board meetings and actions.
Other responsibilities include:
- Maintaining records of appointment of members to various boards, committees and commissions appointed by the Board of Supervisors
- Receiving and filing of claims, lawsuits and petitions directed to the Board
- Publishing legal notices
- Maintaining the Butte County Code
The Clerk also serves as the Clerk of the Assessment Appeals Board and is a Filing Officer for Statements of Economic Interest (Form 700) for certain Special Districts and County Committees and Commissions.
For general Administration questions: [email protected]
Pursuant to Government Code section 25120 et seq., when a summary of an ordinance is published in lieu of the full text of the ordinance, the Clerk of the Board shall post a copy of the full text of the ordinance on the County's internet website.
Proposed Master Fee Schedule
Pursuant to Government Code section 54986, notice is hereby given that the Butte County Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing on October 24, 2023, at 11:00 a.m., in the Butte County Board of Supervisors Chambers located at 25 County Center Drive, Oroville, California, 95965. At the hearing, the Board will consider adopting two resolutions that amend the Master Fee Schedule by increasing fee rates for services provided by the Administration Department, Agricultural Commissioner, Clerk-Recorder’s Office, Department of Development Services, Fire Department, Department of Information Systems, County Library, Department of Public Health, Department of Public Works, Sheriff’s Office, and Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Office. The increase is an inflationary adjustment based on the Employment Cost Index.