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.
The announcement of the online feature was made Tuesday, July 7 by County Administrative Officer Jean Rousseau during the Tulare County Board of Supervisors meeting. The online application will increase visibility of County practices, while streamlining the application process for boards, commissions, and special districts.
“With the new online application, residents interested in being a part of a board or commission will now have a much easier time accessing the information they need to apply for a vacancy,” said Michelle Baldwin, Tulare County Clerk of the Board. “Our staff is excited to see the improvements that will inevitably come about as a result of the modernized application process.”
From agriculture and health care to air pollution and assessment appeals, there over 80 vacancies available on more than 30 boards, commissions, and special districts. “All vacancies represent a great opportunity for individuals to serve their communities,” said Baldwin.
To access an application or to view the full list of vacancies, descriptions and duties for each board or commission, visit the Tulare County Clerk of the Board website at tularecounty.ca.gov/clerkoftheboard. Hard copy applications will still continue be accepted and can be picked up and filed by visiting the County Administrative Office located at 2800 W. Burrel Ave, Visalia, CA 93291. For more information, please call (559) 636-5000.
Click here to apply: Tulare County Clerk of the Board