Clerk of the Board

Participating in Board of Supervisors Meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic

Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the County of Shasta is adapting the way that Board of Supervisors meetings are conducted. 

At this time, we are continuing to hold regularly scheduled meetings of the Board of Supervisors to allow the County to conduct essential business.  Modifications have been made to protect public health while still encouraging engagement from the public.

In light of recent actions by the State, and the continuing increase of COVID-19 cases in Shasta County, entry to the Board of Supervisors Chambers by members of the public is limited as follows.

Members of the public who wish to make in-person public comment will be permitted into the Board Chambers one at a time to make a comment and then must exit.  Speakers must wait outside of the Board Chambers until they are called upon, with no less than six feet of distance between themselves and others at all times.  Face coverings are required inside of the Shasta County Administration Center and the Board Chambers, except when exempted by state order.  There will be no seating available to the public in the Board Chambers.

Members of the public are strongly encouraged to consider the following alternative channels that have been made available for remote participation.

WATCH:

Video iconWatch a livestream of the meeting online or view the recording any time after the meeting concludes. 

COMMENT:

Provide public comment via telephone or submit public comment in writing on any agenda item or any item within the Board's subject matter jurisdiction, regardless of whether it is on the agenda for Board consideration or action.

phone clipart 3 To provide public comment by telephone:

  1. Sign up by emailing the Clerk of the Board at clerkoftheboard@co.shasta.ca.us.  Please provide a phone number where you can be reached and state the agenda item you would like to speak on.
  2. Telephone instructions will be provided to you no less than 24 hours prior to the meeting.

computer graphic  To submit comments electronically before or during the meeting:

  1. Email your comments to clerkoftheboard@co.shasta.ca.us
  2. State "Public Comment for Board of Supervisors Meeting" in the subject line of your email so it is easily identifiable to staff.  If your comment pertains to a particular item on the agenda, please also reference the agenda item number (e.g. Agenda Item R2).
  3. Emails received which do not exceed a 250 word maximum will be accepted and read into the record.  Comments exceeding the 250 word limit will be provided to the Board of Supervisors to review in writing prior to consideration of the item.

Public Comment To submit comments by U.S. mail prior to the meeting:

  1. Forward comments to the Clerk of the Board to arrive no later than 5:00 p.m. one day prior to the meeting.
  2. Mail to Shasta County Clerk of the Board, 1450 Court Street Suite 308B, Redding, CA 96001.

If you would like request an accommodation for accessibility, please contact the Clerk of the Board at (530) 225-5550.  To better enable us to assist you, please contact us with your request no later than 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Thank you for helping us to protect the health of our staff and members of the public.  If you have any questions, please contact Mary Williams, Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board, at (530) 225-5550.

Matt Pontes, County Executive Officer/Clerk of the Board

Mary Williams, Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board

1450 Court Street, Suite 308B
Redding, CA  96001
Phone: (530) 225-5550
Fax: (530) 225-5189
Email: clerkoftheboard@co.shasta.ca.us

 

The Clerk of the Board serves the people of Shasta County by providing equitable and transparent access to business conducted by its Board of Supervisors.  Staff are committed to providing the public with excellent customer service, accurate and timely information, and integrity.

Clerk of the Board staff prepare agendas, minutes, and legal notices for Board of Supervisors meetings; communicate actions taken by the Board; maintain official records for the Board of Supervisors; and manage several other duties which contribute to transparent and accessible government.

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