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Boards, Committees, and Commissions

Riverside County has numerous boards, committees, and commissions comprised of appointed members of the public. These appointees act in an advisory capacity to the Supervisor, in addition to acting as the Supervisor’s representatives to other members of the public.
If you are interested in a position, please fill out the application below and return it to Pacifica Hoffenberg.

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Pacifica Hoffenberg

37600 Sky Canyon Drive, STE. 505,
Murrieta, CA 92563

Phoffenberg@rivco.org
951-955-3270

 

Winchester / Homeland Municipal Advisory Council (1 Vacancy)

Members of the Winchester / Homeland MAC serve as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors and advise on matters affecting the region – including, but not limited to, public health, public works, welfare, safety and planning. The council's recommendations may be taken into consideration when the Board of Supervisors votes on issues pertaining to this region.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and residents of Winchester or Homeland. Applicants also must be able to attend monthly meetings located at the Francis Domenigoni Community Center (32665 Haddock St., Winchester, CA 92596). There are no meetings in July or December. All members serve without compensation. Members must adhere to the Ralph M. Brown Act.

The appointee will serve until April 30, 2023, after which time he or she will become eligible for reappointment.

 

Anza Valley Municipal Advisory Council (1 Vacancy)

Members of the Anza Valley MAC serve as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors and advise on matters affecting the region – including, but not limited to, public health, public works, welfare, safety, and planning. The council’s recommendations may be taken into consideration when the Board of Supervisors votes on issues pertaining to this region.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and shall live or conduct a business in Anza. Applicants also must be able to attend quarterly meetings. Currently, meetings are being held virtually due to Covid-19. All members serve without compensation. Members must adhere to the Ralph M. Brown Act.

The appointee will serve until April 30, 2023, after which time he or she will become eligible for reappointment.

 

In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee (1 Vacancy)

Members of the In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee serve as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors. The purpose of the IHSS Advisory Committee is to serve as a liaison for communication between the Board of Supervisors, IHSS Public Authority, Department of Public Social Services, and the consumers/clients and their home care providers in the Riverside County IHSS program. In the course of educating, empowering, and advocating for the IHSS community, it is the committee’s responsibility to seek out input from those participating in IHSS, incorporate their voices in reports to all stakeholders, and recommend ongoing improvements to the IHSS program. The committee's recommendations may be taken into consideration when the Board of Supervisors votes on issues pertaining to this region.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and residents of Riverside County who are current or former recipients of in-home supportive services. Applicants must also be able to attend bimonthly meetings located at IHSS Public Authority (12125 Day St, Suite S-101, Moreno Valley, CA 92557). Currently, meetings are held via Zoom. Members of the advisory committee shall serve without compensation, but may receive reimbursement for actual and necessary expenses as are incurred in the execution of their duties. Home care providers of IHSS Advisory Committee members who are consumers of IHSS and require assistance when attending meetings of the Committee shall receive an IHSS stipend not to exceed $75 per meeting. Members must adhere to the Ralph M. Brown Act.

The appointee will serve a two-year term, after which time he or she will become eligible for reappointment.

 

Pinyon Communities Council (1 Vacancy)

Members of the Pinyon Communities Council serve as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors and advise on matters affecting the region – including, but not limited to public health, public works, welfare, safety and planning. The council's recommendations may be taken into consideration when the Board of Supervisors votes on issues pertaining to this region.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and residents of Pinyon. Applicants also must be able to attend quarterly meetings. Currently, meetings are being held virtually. All members serve without compensation. Members must adhere to the Ralph M. Brown Act.

The appointee will serve until April 30, 2024, after which time he or she will become eligible for reappointment.