- Board of Supervisors
- District 1 - Bonnie Gore
District 1 - Bonnie Gore
It is an honor to serve the residents of District 1 and Placer County.
Placer County is one of the best places to live and work in Northern California.
I will work to ensure we have a future that provides a safe, livable, and prosperous community with jobs and opportunity for our residents. I welcome your input. Feel free to contact my office if we can be of assistance to you.
West Placer Community Meetings
WATCH: March 24, 2021 - Development and Construction
WATCH: October 5, 2021 - Water
WATCH: March 8, 2022 - Development and Construction in 2022
WATCH: March 21, 2023 - Development and Construction in 2023 (Newest)
About Supervisor Bonnie Gore
Bonnie Gore was elected to the Placer County Board of Supervisors in June 2018 and assumed office in January 2019. Prior to serving on the Board, she served on the Roseville City Council from 2012 to 2018, including time as Vice Mayor and Mayor.
Her focus as County Supervisor is economic development, fiscal sustainability, public safety and positive collaboration between local jurisdictions. Supervisor Gore represents the County on multiple committees including South Placer Wastewater Authority JPA, Western Placer Waste Management Authority, California State Association of Counties (CSAC), and the Greater Sacramento Economic Council. She also serves as Chair for the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) for 2021.
She is an active member of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce, twice chairing the Chamber’s regional economic development event and serving as the chair of Leadership Roseville. She has been a recipient of the Chamber’s prestigious “Athena Award”, which honors women in South Placer County who make significant, positive impacts in the community.
She was the founding chair of the Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center and served on the Roseville City Schools Foundation Board. She currently serves as a Trustee for William Jessup University.
In 2019, Bonnie founded Female Leadership And Mentor Exchange (FLAME). FLAME seeks to advance and empower next generation female leaders by creating and encouraging mentor relationships between women in executive level leadership roles with young women attending college or beginning a career.
Supervisor Gore earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Santa Clara University. She and her husband, Rob, have one son, Jacob, who recently served in the United States Army, and two daughters “of their hearts” Carmel and Naomi.