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Eastern Placer County Joint Powers Authority Board


To promote, coordinate and effect on a common basis, the goals and objectives applicable to the operation and maintenance of its fire department activities, to maintain and improve the levels of service. 

Conflict of Interest - No


Meeks Bay Fire Department, Northstar Community Services District, North Tahoe Fire Protection District, Squaw Valley Public Services District, and Truckee Fire Protection District. Members to serve one (1) year terms.


Members shall receive no compensation for their services; however, any member traveling on official business for the Council shall be reimbursed for his actual and necessary traveling expenses.


Office of Emergency Services 
2968 Richardson Dr
Auburn, CA 95603

Current Members

Seat Name Represents Term Appointed By
1 John Pang Meeks Bay Fire Protection District 1-year Meeks Bay Fire Protection District
2 Duane Whitelaw North Tahoe Fire Protection District 1-year North Tahoe Fire Protection District
3 Peter Bansen Squaw Valley Public Services District 1-year Squaw Valley Public Services District
4 Mark Shadowens Northstar Community Services District 1-year Northstar Community Services District
5 Bob Bena Truckee Fire Protection District 1-year Truckee Fire Protection District