Board of Supervisors


701 Ocean St, Room 500, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Phone: (831) 454-2200; fax: (831) 454-3262

The Board of Supervisors is the executive and legislative governing body of the County of Santa Cruz. The board directs overall operations of the various county departments and districts by establishing policies and approving budgets and financing. It also serves as the governing body for a number of political entities separate from the County, including County Service Areas, the Santa Cruz County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, and county road maintenance districts. Board members also serve on other local and regional boards.

Meetings: The Board regularly meets on most Tuesdays in the Board of Supervisors' Chambers, 701 Ocean St, Rm. 525. Meetings generally begin at 9 a.m.
Picture of Manu Koenig

Supervisor Manu Koenig

District 1

(831) 454-2200; fax: (831) 454-3262

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Supervisor Bruce McPherson

District 5

(831) 454-2200; fax: (831) 454-3262

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