County Boards, Committees and Commissions
Riverside County has numerous boards and commissions that provide guidance for issues ranging from women's wellbeing to land development. Learn more about these organizations below.
Airport Land Use Commission
The Airport Land Use Commission is tasked with compatibility planning for land uses surrounding 16 private, public, and military airports throughout Riverside County. The commission is charged with protecting the public health, safety, and welfare through development of airports that minimize the public’s exposure to noise and safety hazards.
Countywide Oversight Board
The Countywide Oversight Board is the new successor agency for all of Riverside County, including all cities’ successor agencies.
County Redistricting Advisory Commission
Riverside County supervisorial district boundaries are geographically redrawn every 10 years in line with the county's population as reported by the U.S. Census, most recently conducted in 2020.
First 5 Riverside
First 5 Riverside works in partnership with our community of service providers to ensure young children and their families have the support they need.
Local Agency Formation Commission
Local Agency Formation Commissions are state-mandated regulatory agencies created to encourage orderly growth and development through the regulation of local public agency boundaries.
It is the goal of the Planning Department to promote innovative development that effectively accommodates a balance of housing, employment and service opportunities in unincorporated Riverside County areas.
The Riverside County Transportation Commission is responsible for coordinating highway and transit planning, identifying projects for state and federal funding, as well as all aspects of regional planning for Riverside County’s mobility.
Pension Advisory Review Committee (PARC)
The County of Riverside established a pension management policy to ensure the financial stability of the County through proper pension plan management.
Debt Advisory Committee (DAC)
The County of Riverside established a policy to ensure the financial stability of the County, reduce the County’s cost of borrowing, and protect the County’s credit quality through proper debt management.
Investment Oversight Committee (IOC)
The County of Riverside established an investment policy to safeguard the public funds by assuring prudent investments and providing proper oversight of these investments.
The Executive Office is responsible for the County of Riverside’s Successor Agency and is accountable to its taxing entities.