- September 18, 2015
- Board of Supervisors Formalizes Step Up Committee; Community Forum Planned in Visalia
The Tulare County Board of Supervisors has officially established Step Up as a formal advisory committee. In doing so, the Step Up Committee will solidify the future of the program which seeks to address issues that affect all youth in Tulare County.
- August 6, 2015
- Tulare County Launches Digital Photography Contest; Seeks Entries
Calling all local photographers! The County of Tulare has announced a digital photography contest designed to gather images that showcase the beauty of Tulare County. Each photo submission will be judged in one of three categories: city, agriculture, and mountains. A grand prize winner will be awarded for the best overall image along with a first place winner in each category for a total of four winners. The deadline to apply is Thursday, August 20, 2015.
- July 9, 2015
- Boards, Commissions, and Special District Applications Now Available Online
Tulare County residents who would like to become more involved in public policy can now submit an application to do so online. The County of Tulare announced today that applications to serve on an advisory board, commission, or committee are now accessible in a user-friendly, online format on the Clerk of the Board’s website.
- July 8, 2015
- Board of Supervisors Announces County Parks Advisory Committee; Seeks Applicants
In an effort to create an opportunity for input on parks activities, the Tulare County Board of Supervisors has established the Tulare County Parks Advisory Committee (PAC). The Board of Supervisors is seeking qualified applicants for the committee designed to review current parks programs and offerings, as well as explore new revitalization options for our parks. The formation of the PAC was approved by the Board of Supervisors during the May 19, 2015 board meeting.
- May 20, 2015
- Probation Officer Javier Gomez named 2014 Employee of the Year
Tulare County Probation Officer Javier Gomez is known to use his discretionary time mentoring at-risk youth throughout Tulare County. This is above and beyond his county work assignments. For that reason, Gomez’s honorable outreach efforts were acknowledged today during the Tulare County Board of Supervisors meeting when he was named the 2014 Tulare County Employee of the Year.