What is a MAC?
The Board of Supervisors of any county may by resolution establish and provide funds for the operation of a Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) to advise the board on such matters which relate to that area. In unincorporated Ventura County. MACs serve as a valuable means of communicating for both local officials and the communities they represent. Each MAC is an advisory body of local citizens appointed by the Board of Supervisors with the purpose of representing the community’s interests to the Board on a range of local issues.
Although a MAC is a governing body, it has no fiscal authority. MAC meetings are a forum where information about land use, transportation, and general county information is shared, discussed, and where MAC members may make recommendations on those topics to the Board.
For more information on the establishment and purpose of a MAC see California Government Section Code 31010.
Where are the Ventura County MACs?
The County of Ventura MACs are run by the individual Board offices. If you have any questions about a specific MAC, contact the appropriate Board of Supervisor’s office. Upcoming agendas and the minutes from previous meetings can also be found on the Board office websites.
Click on the links below to be directed to the accompanying Board of Supervisors webpage.
Click on the map below to see the MAC boundaries at a larger scale.