||Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District
2021 Opportunity Drive, Roseville, CA 95678
|District Service Area
||We serve all of Placer County.
||Service Area Map
||We provide year-round services to Placer County residents to protect them from vectors and vector-borne diseases.
||What We Do
||We currently have 25 full-time positions.
||Formal summary of our District’s values.
||To effectively and efficiently manage the risks from vectors and vector-borne disease in order to protect public health and improve quality of life in Placer County.
|Board of Trustees and Appointment Procedure
||Our seven-member governing body of appointed trustees.
|Board Meeting Schedule and Minutes
||Upcoming and past board meetings, agenda and minutes.
||View Agendas & Minutes
|Board of Trustees Ethics Certificates
||Our Board of Trustees complete bi-annual AB 1234 Compliance Training for Special Districts.
||View Ethics Certificates
|Board of Trustees Reimbursement and Compensation Policy
||It is the policy of the District to provide a stipend to cover costs for trustees to attend board meetings.
|Financial Reserves Policy
||A clear policy to fund future liabilities through designated and contingency accounts.
|District News Email Updates
||We update residents subscribed to our email news updates quarterly about District news.
||Sign Up for District News Emails
|Public Records Act Requests
||Under the California Public Records Act, Government Code sections 6250-6276.48, the public may review certain District records upon request. A request to review District records must reasonably identify the records sought for review in order to enable District staff to locate and make them available for review or copying.
||For public records requests, please email email@example.com.
|Board of Trustees Bylaws
||These bylaws provide guidance to board members about how to conduct board meetings and inform members of the processes used to facilitate orderly and effective meetings which are essential to conducting the business of the board.
||Triannual organizational management plan that identifies priorities, focus energy and resources to strengthen District operations.
||2018 Strategic Plan
2015 Strategic Plan
|California State Controller Reports
||Special district revenues and expenditures reported in an open data format.
||Financial Transaction Report
|SB 272 Enterprise System Catalog
||Senate Bill 272 (SB 272), approved on October 11, 2015, requires local agencies to create and annually update a Catalog of Enterprise Systems and publicly make the Catalog available upon request of the designated office.
||SB272 Enterprise System Catalog 2020
||The Placer Mosquito and Vector Control District receives funding for operations via four distinct funding sources in four distinct geographic areas. The District must direct the preparation of an Engineer’s Report, budgets and proposed assessments for every fiscal year.
||Annually the District develops and submits for approval by the board its operating budget.
|Year End Independent Auditor’s Reports
||Annual year end independent audits.
||Year End Audit Reports
|Authorizing Statute/Enabling Act
||The California Health and Safety Code
Enabling operations legislation. See DIVISION 3. PEST ABATEMENT (2000 – 29100).
|California Legislative Information
|Integrated Vector Management Guidelines
||Operational guidelines we follow.
||Integrated Vector Management
|Requests for Proposals
||Annually we offer request for proposal opportunities for open bidding and procurement of a service or contractor.
||There are currently no RFP opportunities.
|What is a Special District?
||California’s Special Districts provide vital services like water and energy, fire protection and public safety, treatment of wastewater, and garbage removal and much more. They safeguard our communities, they work arduously to keep our families healthy, and they help our state thrive.
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