In 2021, the District transitioned to division based elections. To learn more about this, follow the links on the right for more information regarding the division process of switching (Division Based Elections FAQ and Redistricting).
The Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District Board of Directors consists of five elected board members who serve a 4-year term. Every two years, seats on the board are up for election. The elections are staggered with two seats up for election one year, then three seats the next election. Currently, two seats are up for election on November 8, 2022, (Divisions 2 and 4) and three seats (Divisions 1, 3 , and 5) in 2024.
For the November 8, 2022 General Election, the Director seat representing Division 2 and Director seat representing Division 4 seats are up for election. Those living within Division 2 and Division 4 are eligible to run as candidates or vote for their preferred candidate. Those living in Divisions 1, 3, and 5 must wait until the 2024 General Election. View which division you live in here Division Map.
To run for an elected Board of Director position for the Pleasant Valley Recreation & Park District Board, a candidate must be:
- A United States Citizen, and
- 18 years old on or before election day, and
- Registered to vote in the Division of the office sought at the time the nomination papers are issued.
Board of Director General Information
The Board of Directors generally meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm at the City of Camarillo Council Chambers located at 601 Carmen Drive. Closed session meetings typically start at 5:00 pm.
The Board of Directors of Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District also serve on various District committees, including;
- Committees – Finance, Liaison, Long Range Planning, Personnel and Policy
- Ventura County Special District Association/California Special District Association
- Ventura County Consolidated Oversight Board
- Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
- Ad Hoc Committees
- Foundation for Pleasant Valley Recreation and Parks
Committee meetings meet either monthly or every other month., and Special Board meetings are scheduled as needed and typically take place at the District office located at 1605 E. Burnely Street.
Board Members are also expected to attend various public functions.
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