Board of Supervisors' Objectives

The County of Nevada Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted their 2022 Objectives at the February 8, 2022 board meeting via Resolution 22-092. The Board's objectives for 2022, listed below, include fiscal stability and core services; emergency preparedness, including wildfire and public safety power shutoffs; economic development; affordable and workforce housing; cannabis; homelessness; and recreation. 

2022 Board Objectives

Fiscal Stability and Core ServicesFiscal Stability and Core Services

Maintain the County’s financial stability and core services. 

Ready Nevada County logoEmergency Preparedness

Lead the community in all hazards planning, preparedness, response, and recovery with a focus on wildfire. Do this by focusing on improving countywide evacuation routes and safety, continuing to strengthen early alert and critical communication systems, partnering closely with residents in emergency preparedness, defensible space, home hardening, green waste disposal, and fire-safe land stewardship. 

Economic DevelopmentEconomic Development

Promote economic development by emphasizing resiliency and entrepreneurship; retaining and attracting high quality jobs; investing in major infrastructure projects; and working with local, state and federal partners to support our small business, nonprofit, and tourism sectors. 

Board ObjectivesBroadband

Equitably expand broadband to support economic development, distance-learning, telework, telemedicine, and general quality of life for all residents by championing the implementation of Nevada County Broadband Strategy Plan policies and last-mile infrastructure projects. 


Maintain and continue to improve the cannabis permitting and enforcement program to promote permitted cannabis activities while implementing additional on-site supply chain license types and tools to mitigate impacts. 

Icon of a simple white house on a blue backgroundHousing

Coordinate with local jurisdictions, developers, and other partners to facilitate development of, and access, to affordable and workforce housing development. 

Homelessness - BetterTogetherHomelessness

Leverage partnerships, housing first, and sustainable reforms in order to continue efforts to prevent homelessness, provide emergency shelter, expand supportive services, secure housing, and enhance coordination to address the needs of the homeless population and to mitigate impacts on the community. 

Board Objectives- RecreationRecreation

Promote sustainable recreation in partnership with community providers and other jurisdictions to enhance recreational access, support public health and safety, realize economic opportunities, and preserve natural resource assets.


Quarterly Reports on Board Objectives

View the interactive scorecard below to track progress on Board objectives or download the full report.