Established Since 1852

Commission and Boards

Established Since 1852

Commissions were established to help the Board with duties and responsibilities of local county government.

191 Commission and Boards

Today there are 191 commissions, committees, task forces, and special district agency boards.

Serving the Community

The Board of Supervisors has encouraged citizen involvement and expertise to assist the Board in serving the community.

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

County Commissions, Boards, Committees, Task Forces

Since its first meeting in 1852, the Board of Supervisors has encouraged citizen involvement and expertise to assist the Board in serving the community. Commissions were established to help the Board with their many and varied duties and responsibilities of local county government. Today there are 191 commissions, committees, task forces, and special district agency board.

Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) staff support four (4) of the county’s commissions. Each commission / board plays an important role: Human Relations Commission (HRC), Los Angeles County Commission On Aging (LACCOA), Native American Indian Commission (NAIC), and Workforce Development Board (WDB).

Staff support for the many commission boards and committees are spread throughout the county. The Executive Office of the Board of Supervisors coordinates a repository of publications from every county commission available:

Commission Publications