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David Rabbitt 2019 Responsibilities

The Board of Supervisors of the County of Sonoma is charged with the responsibility of establishing policy to guide the various functions of the County and, where necessary, to establish procedures by which functions are performed.

Ad-Hoc Committees

 Fire Services

Review fire service delivery and operations county-wide, with committee ending June 2018. 

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Member

Emergency Medical Services

Implementing of new medical cannabis regulations, County Ordinance, tax revenue, and Recreational implementation.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Member

Land Use Processing

Updating procedures for land use.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Member

See Ad-Hoc Committee assignments for all Supervisors

Countywide Assignments

Remote Access Network Board 

The Remote Access Network Board (RAN) board shall determine the placement of RAN equipment within the county or counties, and coordinate acceptance, delivery, and installation of RAN equipment. The board shall also develop any procedures necessary to regulate the ongoing use and maintenance of that equipment, adhering to the policy guidelines and procedures adopted by the department. (California Penal Code Sections 11112.1-11112.7)

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

Renewal Enterprise District JPA

A Joint Powers Authority (JPA) will govern the RED with the initial governing Board consisting of two elected officials each from the County of Sonoma and the City of Santa Rosa.

The initial RED JPA will be limited to a 24-month pilot phase.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

Sonoma County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee

Established by State statute, the LCBC is comprised of representatives from the County Board of Supervisors, the City of Healdsburg, and the Dry Creek Band of Pomo Indians, and is charged with selecting grants to be funded through the local Tribal Casino Account. LCBCmeets one or two times per year, when funds are allocated by the State.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

Sonoma County Transportation Authority / Sonoma County Regional Climate Protection Authority 

Sonoma County Transportation Authority serves as the coordinating and advocacy agency for transportation funding for Sonoma County and is governed by a twelve member Board of Directors who work to maintain and improve the transportation network. 
Sonoma County Regional Climate Protection Authority improves coordination on climate change issues and establish a clearinghouse for efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The RCPA is made up of the same Board of Directors as the SCTA and includes representatives from each of the nine cities in Sonoma County and the Board of Supervisors.

Upcoming Meetings

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District

Board Chair and 1st District Supervisor required members.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

See Countywide assignments for all Supervisors

Regional Assignments

Association of Bay Area Governments

 Acts as the official planning agency for the SF Bay region, with a mission to strengthen cooperation among local governments.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

Golden Gate Bridge District

Operates the Golden Gate Bridge and two public transit systems with a mission to provide safe and reliable operation, maintenance and enhancement of the Golden Gate Bridge and to provide transportation services, as resources allow, for customers within the U.S. Highway 101 Golden Gate Corridor. 

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary 

North Bay Water Reuse Authority - Sonoma County Water Agency Representative 

Cooperative program in the North San Pablo Bay region that promotes sustainability and environmental enhancement by expanding use of recycled water. 

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary 

North Bay Water Reuse Authority – Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District Representative

Cooperative program in the North San Pablo Bay region that promotes sustainability and environmental enhancement by expanding use of recycled water.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Alternate

Northern California Counties Tribal Consortium 

The Board of Supervisors for Napa, Solano, and Sonoma Counties formed this consortium to develop a common approach and strategy to address the off-reservation impacts of tribal gaming. 

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

Community Advisory Board of the San Francisco Bay Water Transit Authority

Assists and advises the WETA Board of Directors in carrying out its functions as a regional agency with responsibility for establishing and operating a comprehensive Community Advisory Board of the San Francisco Bay Water Transit Authority public water transportation system that  connects communities, reduces congestion, and provides an emergency response capability. Members are primarily elected officials from around the bay area. WETA was established by SB 976, an replaces the WTA (Water Transit Authority). The intention of SB 976 is to improve the ability of ferries to respond in an emergency. SB 1093 provides additional detail regarding WETA's mandate.

Sonoma/Marin Area Rail Transit II Board of Directors 

A passenger rail project located in San Francisco’s North Bay providing rail service along 70 miles of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad alignment.  Provides an alternative to Highway 101 traffic by upgrading the existing rail line and building a new bicycle/pedestrian pathway linking the 14 rail stations.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary 

Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)

The transportation planning, financing and coordinating agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

See Regional assignments for all Supervisors

National Assignments

NACO Board of Directors

Finance, Pensions & Intergovernmental Affairs Steering Committee, Subcommittee Chair

The National Association of Counties (NACo) strengthens America’s counties through advocacy, promoting exemplary county policies and practices, nurture leadership skills and expand knowledge networks, optimize county and taxpayer resources and cost savings, and enrich the public’s understanding of county government.

Supervisor Rabbitt's Role: Primary

Contact Information

Business Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Contact us by Phone
Address
Board of Supervisors
575 Administration Drive
Room 100 A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.464626, -122.725441

Board of Supervisors Assignments

Appointments to County Initiated Committees

Standing Committees

Ad-Hoc Committees

Appointments to External Boards and Committees

Countywide Assignments

Regional Assignments

State Assignments

Department Liaisons