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CSAC Advocacy Spotlight: Homelessness

Tackling the issue of homelessness is of great concern to me.  As co-chair of the CSAC/League Joint Homelessness Task Force, I am part of a group of individuals that are working to find solutions to this ever-growing problem.  Our mission is to identify, develop, and provide education, resources, and policy that cities and counties need to prevent, assist, and reduce the number of homeless individuals and families in our community. Take a peek at CSAC's Advocacy Spotlight: Homelessness Click here


Legislative Hearing Testimony 

8/16/16 - Supervisor Villegas testifying before the State Assembly Governmental Organizational Committee Hearing re:  Tribal State Gaming Compact Between the State of California and the Yoche Dehe Wintun to video Click here...(audio begins in 3:50 minutes)


Supervisor Villegas testifying before the State Senate Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review about Homelessness in California's Local Communities.... click here.... 



Do you have a desire to serve your Community?

The following is a list of District 1 vacancies on advisory boards, commissions and committees advisory to the Board of Supervisors. 

How to apply: Complete an application form, which can be obtained by contacting the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Erwin Meier Administration Center, 625 Court Street, Room 204, Woodland, California, 95695 or telephone (530) 666-8195. Applications are also available on-line at > Government > Board of Supervisors > Advisory Bodies.  Or click here... 

For more information regarding the duties and responsibilities, etc., please contact the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.


In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Board (IHSS) - Provider

Purpose: This board submits recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on the preferred mode of service to be utilized in Yolo County for In-Home Supportive Services. They shall also provide ongoing advice and recommendations regarding In-Home Supportive Services to the Board of Supervisors, any administrative body in the county that is related to the delivery and administrative agency of any public authority, nonprofit consortium, contractor, and public employees.

Library Advisory Board 

Purpose: This board advises the Board of Supervisors and the County Librarian and reviews library services and facilities. It studies and reviews plans and programs for the long-term development of county libraries.


Purpose: The Davis Cemetery District is an non-enterprise independent Special District governed by an appointed Board of Trustees who serve four-year terms. As a public agency, the District is not in the business to make a profit as a private company. Public meetings are held every third Wednesday at 4:00 pm that cemetery office.




Purpose: To assist with the provision of safe and affordable housing for low income, senior and other disadvantage residents.



Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento

Home Repair Services

Habitat English Habitat Spanish


Farm Flood Safety

Click on the links below to view the Public Service Announcements Supervisor Villegas has recorded about Farm Flood Safety:

Public Service Announcement in English

Public Service Announcement in Spanish


California El Niño/Winter Outlook and Flood Preparedness

The Governor's Office of Emergency Services is preparing for the threat of El Niño by convening meetings with various state agencies to ensure coordination measures are in place. For the public, a new website has been established to keep current on the status of the emergency threats. You can access this information at the following:


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