Dear District 3 Residents,
It has been a privilege to serve as your county representative on the Board of Supervisors since 2007. District 3 includes most of Woodland, where I grew up, along with its Wild Wings and Springlake communities, as well as the Elkhorn community along the Old River Road, continuing into the West Sacramento region of Bryte.
Growing up in Woodland, surrounded by rich farmland, with its strong sense of family, historical preservation, and established traditions, I have long been active in my community and dedicated to public service.
I had the honor of serving for thirteen years as a United States Marine, deployed in 2003 to Kuwait and Iraq with 1st Force Reconnaissance. At home, I served as Vice-Mayor and then Mayor of Woodland from 2002 until 2006, when I was elected to the Yolo County Board of Supervisors.
Professionally, I have served as a policy advisor in state government, an attorney, and businessman. After returning from Iraq, I co-founded Meridian Pacific Inc., a successful political consulting and public affairs firm, headquartered in Sacramento, CA.
I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Southern California, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Public Administration, as well as a Juris Doctor from McGeorge School of Law, and am still an active member of the California State Bar.
My wife, Jenn, and I live in Woodland with our two children, Abigail and Adam. Our family and our hearts increased two years ago when we became a first-time foster family. The two greatest differences I believe I have made in the “service” of others is being a two-time bone marrow donor, giving my “bone marrow brother” five more years with his family before his passing in 2001, and the other is becoming a foster parent.
Protecting the safety and improving the welfare of children is paramount for me. Throughout my years as county supervisor, I have focused on addressing the needs of the homeless and most especially those issues that benefit children. In 2007, I founded the Yolo County Backpacks for Kids program, which has provided backpacks and school supplies for over 10,000 underprivileged children throughout the county. But more importantly, I am on a mission to protect children’s safety and welfare within our county and court system.
So for as long as it takes, I will do whatever is necessary to change our current system and be a voice for foster parents and children. We all have a responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of children.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me or my staff with your questions or concerns. We are happy to assist you in any way we can.
You may contact Supervisor Rexroad by
Office: (530) 666-8621
Cell: (916) 539-0455
You may contact his Chief of Staff, Dotty Pritchard, by
Office: (530) 666-8230
Office mailing address:
625 Court Street, Room 204
Woodland, CA 95695
Yolo County Backpacks for Kids:
- I urge all of you interested in serving on a Yolo County Advisory Board, Commission, Committee, or Council to contact us.
Supervisor Rexroad serves on the following committees:
10-year Plan to End HomelessnessAviation Advisory
Community Corrections Partnership
Gibson House Historical Museum
IHSS Advisory Board
IHSS Public Authority
Juvenile Justice Commission
Local Child Care Planning Council
Water Resources Association
West Sacramento 2x2
Woodland Redevelopment Successor Agency Oversight Board
Yolo Climate Compact
Yolo County Housing
Adult Day Health Center
|REGIONAL||State/federal Gov. Body
Sac Regional Sanitation District
Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District
RCRC- Rural County Representatives of California
|Elkhorn Fire District
Springlake Fire District
Reclamation District 537
Reclamation District 785
Reclamation District 827
Reclamation District 1600
Reclamation District 2035
- Meetings of the Yolo County Board of Supervisors are held on Tuesdays beginning at 9:00am and are recorded and broadcast throughout the County on WAVE, community channel 21.