The Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County of Santa Clara. The Board consists of five members, each representing a Santa Clara County district.
The powers and duties of the Board center on setting the quality and direction of the activities of for the enhancement of human and physical resources of the County. The Board does so in a number of ways such as approving the annual budget, determining the County's policies and priorities, appointing key leadership positions, adopting an administrative code prescribing the procedures and rules of operation of all departments and officers of the county. All effective decisions made by the Board must be done in a publicly noticed meeting with all materials and supporting documents made available to members of the public.
The following links direct you to public meetings and the legislative files containing recommendations, information and Board decisions that created and continue to shape the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement.
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|News||Launching Santa Clara County CAN: COVID-19 Assistance Navigation|
|News||County of Santa Clara Public Health - Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates & FAQ|
|News||Santa Clara County Website Lets Users Check Restaurant Inspection Records|
|News||Telemundo - Programa Para Combatir El Robo De Salarios (Spanish) / Program to Fight Wage Theft (English)|
|Board of Supervisors Meeting||Food Permit Pilot Implementation Plan|
|Off Agenda Report Back||Data Retention and Management Note: Link not yet available. Please email [email protected] for a copy of the report.|
|Board of Supervisors Meeting||Measurements of Success|
|Board of Supervisors Meeting||Consider Recommendations Relating to the Office of Labor Standards Enforcement|
|Finance and Government Operations Committee||Implementation and Enforcement of Senate Bill 1193 (Posting of Public Notices Regarding Slavery and Human Trafficking|