Board of Supervisors

Board of Supervisors

The Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County, certain special districts and the Housing Authority. The Board enacts ordinances and resolutions, adopts the annual budget, approves contracts, appropriates funds, determines land use zoning for the unincorporated areas, as well as appoints certain County officers and members of various boards and commissions.

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County of Riverside Board of Supervisors Seal

Find Your District

Riverside County supervisorial districts are made up of five separate boundaries. The boundaries are set based on population and other factors set forth by state and federal law. Every 10 years, the district lines are redrawn. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors adopted new boundaries in December 2021. The new districts go into effect at different times based on where you live. The new 2021 supervisorial district boundaries for District Two, District Four, and District Five go into effect in January 2023. Voters will elect supervisors for these new boundaries during the 2022 election cycle. The new 2021 boundaries for District One and District Three will go into effect in January 2025. Voters will elect supervisors for these new boundaries during the 2024 election cycle.

2011 Supervisorial District Map

2011 Supervisorial District Map

2021 Supervisorial District Map

2021 Supervisorial District Map

2021 County Redistricting Efforts

2021 County Redistricting Efforts

First District

Supervisor Kevin Jeffries

District 1 includes about 450,000 residents and encompasses the cities of Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake and most of the City of Riverside. The district also covers the unincorporated communities of DeLuz, Gavilan Hills, Good Hope, Lake Hills, Lake Mathews, LaCresta, Mead Valley, Meadowbrook, Spring Hills, Temescal Valley, Tenaja, Warm Springs, and Woodcrest.

District Office


Lake Elsinore Office
16275 Grand Ave.
Building D
Lake Elsinore, CA 92530

(951) 471-4500
district1@rivco.org

Second District

Supervisor Karen Spiegel

The Second Supervisorial District includes the cities of Corona, Norco, Jurupa Valley, and Eastvale. It also includes approximately 1/3 of the City of Riverside, including the following City of Riverside neighborhoods: Northside, Downtown, Wood Streets, Magnolia Center, Grand and the northern half of Arlanza and La Sierra Acres. Unincorporated communities within the 2nd Supervisorial District include Home Gardens, El Cerrito, Coronita and Highgrove.

County Administrative Center


4080 Lemon Street - 5th Floor
Riverside, CA 92501

(951) 955-1020
district2@rivco.org

Third District

Supervisor Chuck Washington

The Third District stretches from Idyllwild to Anza Borrego Desert State Park, and from Temecula to San Jacinto. It includes the cities of Hemet, Murrieta, San Jacinto and Temecula, and the communities of Aguanga, Anza Valley, Cahuilla, East Hemet, Gilman Hot Springs, Homeland, Idyllwild, Lake Riverside, Mountain Center, Murrieta Hot Springs, Pine Cove, Pine Meadow, the Pinyon Communities, Poppet Flats, Rancho California, Soboba Hot Springs, Valle Vista and Winchester.

District Offices


County Administrative Center
4080 Lemon Street - 5th Floor
Riverside, California 92501
(951) 955-1030

Hemet Valle Vista Office
43950 Acacia Ave
Hemet CA. 92544
(951) 955-1030

French Valley Office
37600 Sky Canyon Drive #505
Murrieta, CA 92563
(951) 955-1030

district3@rivco.org
(Correspondence should be directed to the Riverside office)

Fourth District

Supervisor V. Manuel Perez

The Fourth District is geographically the largest by far, covering the eastern two-thirds of the county. Within the Fourth District are the cities of Blythe, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Hot Springs, Indian Wells, Indio, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage.

Unincorporated communities in the district include Bermuda Dunes, Chiriaco Summit, Colorado River communities, Desert Center, Desert Edge, Eagle Mountain, Indio Hills, Lake Tamarisk, Mecca, Mesa Verde, North Shore, Oasis, Ripley, Sky Valley, Sun City. Palm Desert, Thermal, Thousand Palms and Vista Santa Rosa.

District Offices


County Administrative Center
4080 Lemon Street - 5th Floor
Riverside, California 92501
(951) 955-1040

4th District, Riverside County
73-710 Fred Waring Drive, Suite 222
Palm Desert, CA 92260
(760) 863-8211
district4@rivco.org

Fifth District

Supervisor Jeff Hewitt

The Fifth District is a truly unique and diverse area that stretches from Palm Springs in the north east to Menifee in the south. The cities within the Fifth District are Banning, Beaumont, Calimesa, Menifee, Moreno Valley and Perris. Unincorporated areas include Banning Bench, Cabazon, Cherry Valley, Desert Hills, Desert Hot Springs, El Nido area, Juniper Flats, Lake Perris, Lakeview, Lakeview Mountains, Mission Springs, Nuevo, North Palm Springs, Painted Hills, Quail Lake, Reche Canyon, San Jacinto Wildlife Reserve, San Timoteo Canyon, Snow Creek, the Sovereign Nation of the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, Twin Pines, West Garnet, Whitewater and Windy Point.

District Offices


County Administrative Center
4080 Lemon Street - 5th Floor
Riverside, California 92501
(951) 955-1050
district5@rivco.org

District Office
14375 Nason St. Suite 207
Moreno Valley, CA 92555

Perris District Office
137 S. Perris Blvd. #137C
Perris, CA 92570
(951) 210-1300

district5@rivco.org