The West Placer Municipal Advisory Council in District 1, represented by Supervisor Bonnie Gore, has an open seat. Citizens who are interested in working alongside Placer County to serve their community are encouraged to apply.
MACs are comprised of volunteers who serve as a voice for their communities and provide their elected county supervisor with input on policies, projects and issues affecting their neighbors. MAC members work together, with input from the community, to make formal recommendations to the Placer County Planning Commission on certain land use projects, and may provide comments and input on other county projects such as infrastructure planning and grant applications.
If you are interested in serving on the West Placer MAC, please submit a completed application to the Clerk of the Board, 175 Fulweiler Avenue in Auburn, 95603. To be eligible to serve as a MAC member you must reside, own real property or a business, or manage and operate a business within the MAC boundaries.
The West Placer Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) encompasses the southwestern portion of Placer County, bound by Baseline Road to the north and the City of Roseville to the east, with Sacramento and Sutter counties making up the southern and western boundaries respectively. Within the western portion of the area covered by the West Placer MAC are several proposed large-scale developments, while the eastern portion is bisected by Dry Creek, which runs through numerous established communities.
More information on District 1 Supervisor Bonnie Gore and the West Placer MAC can be found on the county’s website.