Board of Supervisors Agendas, Summaries and Videos
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The board chambers will be open to in-person attendance. To remain in compliance with the state’s public health guidance, the county will limit attendance to just 25% of the room’s capacity and will require 6 feet of social distancing. For those not in attendance the Placer County Board of Supervisors meeting will offer public comment telephonically by the following means:
- The Board proceedings are available via Zoom and you may also participate in Public Comment by using the “raise hand” function https://www.placer.ca.gov/boslive.
- Alternatively, citizens may submit their comments in written form at the following link: https://www.placer.ca.gov/FormCenter/Clerk-of-the-Board-29/Public-Comment-Submission-157.
- The public may always email comments to the Clerk of the Board [email protected] or mail the same through the U.S. Postal Service to the County, Attn: Clerk of the Board, 175 Fulweiler Avenue, Auburn, CA 95603.
- All public comments received prior to 5 p.m. the day of the meeting will be provided to the Board members electronically or in written format.
- Emails received through the Clerk’s email address above during the meeting will still become part of the record for the Board meeting and retained by the Clerk.
- The public may always view a live video feed of the meeting online from the comfort/safety of their own home or workplace at www.placer.ca.gov. Closed captioning is available.
- Board meeting agendas are publicly posted for review on the county website at https://www.placer.ca.gov/6322/_2020.
These steps are designed to make the board meeting accessible to everyone in a safe manner. Please be patient with us as we adjust to changes in process which are continually being provided by the health officer and the governor to further protect the public during the COVID-19 emergency.“It’s important for Placer County to conduct its business to ensure essential services for our citizens,” said Board Chair Bonnie Gore. “We’re doing everything we can to facilitate social distancing and urge residents to take advantage of other methods to address the board versus attending meetings in person.”“We hope our citizens understand and take to heart the need to participate remotely,” said Placer County Executive Officer Todd Leopold. “This crisis may be part of our landscape for several months and we urge our citizens to adjust while still remaining a vital part of the governing process.”Placer County is committed to doing its part to limit the coronavirus spread and has also reduced public counter service until at least April 12 , providing online and phone services as alternatives. Essential services such as law enforcement, fire/emergency services, garbage, recycling, water, child protective services and wastewater continue.Placer County declared a local health emergency and a local emergency March 3 to ensure public health professionals have all necessary tools at their disposal to protect the community from COVID-19. Placer’s ongoing COVID-19 response will continue uninterrupted by the office closure.For more information on COVID-19 novel coronavirus please visit the Placer County Public Health guidance page.