The Tulare 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 9:00 a.m. on Tuesdays at 2800 W. Burrel Avenue in Visalia. They are available to view on Zoom and YouTube.

Who are the Tulare County Supervisors:

Larry Micari, District 1

Pete Vander Poel III, District 2

Amy Shuklian, District 3

Eddie Valero, Chairman, District 4

Dennis Townsend, Vice Chair, District 5

(As of June 2022)

Meeting Notes

Tulare County Board of Supervisors (11/1/22) Incorrect ballots + streamlined permit process for electric vehicle charging + new positions at Workforce Investment Board

The supervisors recognized National Adoption Awareness Month, learned from the Tulare County Registrar of Voters that 1,341 ballots had to be reissued, approved the addition of three positions at the Workforce Investment Board and code amendments that streamline the permit process for electric vehicle charging stations.

Tulare County Board of Supervisors (10/25/22) Goshen 30-acre industrial ‘clean-up’ rezone + $12M from Local Assistance and Tribal Consistency Fund + Orosi pedestrian safety concerns

The supervisors approved a rezone from agriculture to light industrial on 30 acres of two 4-acre, split zoned parcels and learned the county will receive $12 million from the Local Assistance and Tribal Consistency Fund, which can be used for any governmental purpose other than lobbying activity.

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