Vacancies on Boards, Commissions & Committees
When a vacancy occurs on a board, commission, and committee where the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors appoints members, the information is posted on this vacancy list within twenty days of occurrence.
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Existing solid waste management and resource recovery committee members.
The AAA Advisory Council advises the Board of Supervisors on issues and concerns affecting seniors (60 years and over) and adults with disabilities in Sonoma County. Responsibilities include planning, funding, advocacy, program development and coordination of existing services.
The Committee shall render advice and make recommendations to the Board of Directors on matters that the Board may, from time to time, refer to the Committee for its consideration.
The Sonoma County Commission on AIDS is committed to assisting the community of Sonoma County to develop and implement an efficient HIV strategy plan that addresses prevention, treatment and care, and assures the preservation of human rights.
Advises the alcohol and drug program administrators and informs the Board of Supervisors on policies and goals of the county alcohol and drug program.
An appointed committee of five shall meet to make recommendations related to artwork utilizing the tenets of the Art on County Property Policy, which provides guidelines for displaying artwork in facilities owned, controlled or leased by the County of Sonoma.
To participate in the development of a comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian facilities plan, review project proposals, and prioritize a project list for consideration by the Board of Supervisors.
A Board appointed by the Board of Supervisors to hear and decide on building appeals.
A standing committee representing the Board of Supervisors and the Sonoma County Superintendent of Schools which provides a forum for comprehensive planning for child care needs in order to provide a unified, integrated system of service for children and families.
Promoting better human relations between all people in Sonoma County by fostering recognition of, and appreciation for, the diversity in our community.