The Madera County Board of Supervisors is the legislative and executive governing body of the county. It enacts ordinances and rules, determines county policy, supervises the activities of county departments and adopts an annual budget. Each of the five supervisorial districts of the county elects one supervisor.

Meetings usually occur at 9 a.m. on the first three Tuesdays of each month at 200 W. Fourth Street in Madera. They are also accessible via WebEx.

Who are the Madera County Supervisors:

Jordan Wamhoff, District 1

David Rogers, District 2

Robert Poythress, District 3

Leticia Gonzalez, District 4

Robert Macaulay, District 5

(As of December 2023)

Meeting Notes

Madera County Supervisors vote against excess groundwater penalties, delay decision on groundwater recharge credit (1/24/23)

During the Jan. 24 special meeting, the Madera Board of Supervisors voted (3-2) against imposing higher penalties on those who extract groundwater over an allocation in the Chowchilla, Delta-Mendota, and Madera Subbasins. They also discussed a groundwater recharge credit policy, but ultimately decided to continue the discussion at the next board meeting. 

Madera County Board of Supervisors (11/1/22) $1.3M for Fork Fire cleanup + San Joaquin River Conservancy Search & Rescue + increased development impact fees

The supervisors approved the estimated county contribution of $1.3 million to cleanup debris from the Fork Fire, a conceptual proposal to the San Joaquin Conservancy for the provision of law enforcement services, and increased development impact fees, which will be implemented by July 1, 2023.


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