Since 1974, the Ventura County Special Districts Association (VCSDA) has been representing over 20 independently governed special districts located in Ventura County. Special districts are single purposed entities formed by local residents to provide local services. Because special districts are a more efficient form of government, they are quicker to respond to customer needs.
VCSDA's purpose is to promote the efficient, economical and responsive public services offered by the independent special districts of Ventura County–independent special districts governed by a locally elected board of directors.
What are special districts about?
We are about taking care of the local residents in the communities we serve. Ventura County residents have special districts caring for basic needs. Including things like supplying drinking water, managing parks, and providing health and wellness services, just to name a few. For more information on special districts, click here to review fact sheets provided by the California Special Districts Association.
Next VCSDA MEETING
February 7, 2017
Sterling Hills Country Club—Wedgewood Banquet Room
Guest Speaker—Ventura County Supervisor (3rd District) - Kelly Long
Registration: 5:00 p.m., Dinner & Meeting: 6:00 p.m.
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