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Civil Service Commission


Establish an equitable and uniform procedure for dealing with personnel matters, and to place County employment on a merit basis for the purpose of obtaining the highest efficiency and assuring that the best qualified persons available shall be brought into the service of the County.

Conflict of Interest - Yes


Established by the voters in 1961. Five (5) members shall be selected from among qualified electors of the County. No member of the commission shall be an employee of the classified or unclassified service, an officer of any local, state or national committee of political party, or an officer of a committee in any partisan political club or organization, or shall hold or be candidate of any elective office. A majority vote of the entire Board of Supervisors shall be required to elect a member of the commission (Chapter 3, Sec. 3.08.020). Term of office is four (4) years. 


2nd Monday of each month. Closed session starts at 4:00 p.m.; the regular meeting starts at 4:30 p.m. in Personnel Department 145 Fulweiler Ave. Suite 200 Auburn, CA 95603.


$100.00 per diem; with a maximum limit of 24 meetings per County fiscal year. Travel and other official expenditures necessitated by their official duties shall be approved by the PERS Director. 


Personnel Director
145 Fulweiler Ave. Suite 100
Auburn, CA 95603

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By Expires
1 Andrae Michael Randolph At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 5/19/2016
2 Rick War At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 8/24/2017
3 Donald Nelson At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 8/14/2015
4 Ronald LeDoux At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 8/12/2015
5 John Costa At-Large 4-years Board of Supervisors 10/15/2016