- Board of Supervisors
Board of Supervisors
- Meetings begin at 9 am
- Generally are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month
- Due to holidays and other schedule conflicts the Board may meet on alternate Tuesdays; view the Board of Supervisors 2023 Regular Meeting Calendar (PDF) for meeting dates
- 25 County Center Drive
Suite 205 (Board of Supervisors Chambers)
Oroville, CA 95965
Methods in Which to Submit Comments on the Agenda to the Board of Supervisors
Agendas & Minutes
View the meeting documents and more for the Board of Supervisors on the Agenda and Minutes page.
Email the Board
The public may send email to the Board of Supervisors by emailing [email protected]
- Please note: any email sent to the entire Board, is entered into the public record as Board Correspondence.
Bill ConnellyDistrict 1 Supervisor
Peter DurfeeDistrict 2 Supervisor
Tami RitterDistrict 3 Supervisor
Tod KimmelshueDistrict 4 Supervisor, Chair
Doug TeeterDistrict 5 Supervisor
The Board of Supervisors serves as the governing body for the County of Butte. The Board exercises the legislative, administrative, and appellate powers prescribed to it by the California State Constitution and Statutes, the Butte County Charter, and the Butte County Code.
The Butte County Board of Supervisors consists of 5 members, each of whom is elected from the district in which he or she resides. Each Board member maintains an office within the district he or she represents. The term of office for Supervisors shall be four years and the Board elects a new Chair and Vice Chair at the first meeting in January of each year.
The Butte County Board of Supervisors also serves as the Butte County Public Facilities Financing Corporation Board of Directors, the Thompson Flat Cemetery District Board of Trustees, and the Butte County In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority Board. In addition, each Board of Supervisors member serves on the Butte County Association of Governments Board of Directors and the Butte County Air Quality Management District, both of which include elected representatives appointed by each of the 5 incorporated cities/town within Butte County.