The Fresno County Board of Supervisors makes decisions on countywide services, including elections, voter registration, law enforcements, jails, vital records, tax collection, public health and social services. They also serve as the local government for all unincorporated areas.

Meetings usually occur at 9:30 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 2281 Tulare Street in Fresno. They are also webcast.

Who are the Fresno County Supervisors:

Brian Pacheco, District 1

Sal Quintero, District 3, Chairman

Steve Brandau, District 2

Buddy Mendes, District 4

Nathan Magsig, District 5, Vice-Chairman

(As of December 2023)

Meeting Notes

Fresno County Board of Supervisors (10/25/22) In-Home Supportive Services program update + Nisei Farmers League president comments on internment site + 2021 Crop & Livestock Report reports $8B record

The supervisors accepted the 2021 Annual Fresno County Crop and Livestock Report, heard from the Nisei Farmers League president that he hopes the organization’s offices are moved away from horse barns that he said were used to house Japanese-Americans during World War II, and received a detailed update on the In-Home Supportive Services program before…


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