LAFCo's office is closed to the public.
Meetings or submittal of application materials is by appointment only.
All visitors will wear a mask to enter the building and will practice
social distancing. Meetings may be held in the lobby.
Upcoming Protest Hearing
Agenda for Upcoming Hearing
Notice of Recruitment for Public and Alternate Public Commission Members
Responsibilities of Public and Alternate Public Commission Members
Application for Public and Alternate Public Commission Members
If you are a first time visitor, you might enjoy browsing
through our website. You will find answers to your questions of "What"
is a LAFCO, "Why" and "When" were we created, "What"
do we do and "Who" do we serve? All of these answers and more
may be obtained through use of this site.
If you click onto the "Hearings
and Workshops" tab, the Hearing Calendar will come up. Click onto LAFCo
Staff Reports to view all reports presented at LAFCo meetings. Each report
is made available on-line five days prior to the public hearing. The public
is invited to attend and participate at our public meetings and workshops.
If you miss a meeting, you can still hear it the following day via the hearing
Another tab that you may find interesting is our "Municipal
Service Review" (MSR) and "Sphere of Influence" (SOI) Program
Page. State law requires LAFCOs throughout the State of California to review
the efficiency of public services provided to residents. All of Fresno County's
116 Special Districts and 15 Cities are required to have prepared MSR and
SOI updates prior to January 1, 2008. The recommendations of the MSRs dictate
possible future changes to District and City Spheres of Influence (SOI).
Our goal is to provide an excellent level of service to the people
of Fresno County. We believe that there are various ways in which we can
achieve this such as providing all of our application forms on-line. We
have also provided color and/or black and white reproducible maps of all
Cities and Special Districts. These maps provide up to date City and District
boundaries and SOIs. We have provided several LAFCo documents that you will
find interesting as well as "links" to other State, Regional and
Local Governmental websites.
We are available to discuss your LAFCO-related
proposals and issues. We believe that a more informed public allows for
better public dialogue and better decision making that benefit all of us.
Please feel free to contact our office by phone, fax, email, or mail. We
hope that your venture through our website will be an enjoyable experience.
Please feel free to share your ideas with us of how we can improve our website
to better serve you!
Fresno County, California