Board of Supervisors
**For more information on how Board of Supervisors meetings are being conducted under current public health orders, see info box near the bottom of this page**
The Board of Supervisors is the Legislative Body of the County, responsible for setting policy that affects the county's 18,000-plus residents, the millions of visitors traveling through the county every year, and the future generations who will call Inyo County home. The Board's five members are elected from each of Inyo County's five supervisorial districts and are charged with representing both the interests of their individual districts and those of the county as a whole.
Find your supervisorial district here:
The Department is charged with the legal responsibility of publishing agendas and minutes for all Board of Supervisors meetings and for any other meetings at which the Board of Supervisors sits as the Governing Board, including but not limited to the Board of Equalization and Capital Asset Leasing Corporation.
The office maintains, and processes, by law, all public requests for the Board of Supervisors documents and carries out numerous other functions as mandated by law, including Board of Supervisors permanent record retention and advertising of public notices.
The current Inyo County Board of Supervisors is comprised of:
District 1 - Supervisor Dan Totheroh
District 2 - Supervisor Jeff Griffiths (Vice Chair)
District 3 - Supervisor Rick Pucci
District 4 - Supervisor Mark Tillemans
District 5 - Supervisor Matt Kingsley (Chairperson)
*Click on the District to contact your Supervisor*
County Administrator Clint Quilter is the Clerk of the Board. Ms. Darcy Ellis is Assistant Clerk of the Board.
News Items: Board of Supervisors
Board Meetings During COVID-19 Pandemic
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: In order to minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Governor Newsom has issued Executive Orders that temporarily suspend certain requirements of the Brown Act. Please be advised that the Board of Supervisors Chambers are closed to the public, the Board will be conducting its meetings exclusively online.
Board Members and Staff will participate via Zoom webinar, accessible to the public at https://zoom.us/j/868254781. Individuals will be asked to provide their name and an email address in order to access the videoconference. Anyone who does not want to provide their email address may use the following generic, non-functioning address to gain access: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone wishing to make either a general public comment or a comment on a specific agenda item prior to the meeting or as the item is being heard, may do so either in writing or by utilizing the Zoom "hand-waving feature" when appropriate during the meeting (the Chair will call on those who wish to speak). Written public comment, limited to 250 words or less, may be emailed to the Assistant Clerk of the Board at email@example.com. Your comments may or may not be read aloud, but all comments will be made a part of the record. Please make sure to submit a separate email for each item that you wish to comment upon.
Agendas & Minutes
For current agendas, agenda packets, and minutes, click here. Scroll through the drop-down menus to select the document of your choice.
If you would like to review agendas, agenda packets, and minutes while watching archived, or even live, video of the meetings, visit our Automated Agenda Portal. Video recordings of meetings dating back to November 7, 2019 and agendas, agenda packets, and minutes dating back to August 13, 2019 can be found there.
Agendas, agenda packets, and minutes pre-dating August 13, 2019 can be found at our off-site archive. Agendas date from August 6, 2019 to September 6, 2011; agenda packets date from August 6, 2019 to January 3, 2012; and minutes date from August 6, 2019 to November 20, 2001.