About the Board of Supervisors
What does the Board of Supervisors do?
Every year, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors, as
required by law, crafts a budget providing revenue for individual departments
and elected offices. One of the primary jobs of the Board is to establish the
county property tax rate and the budget for coming year.
This budget provides
the necessary finances to meet estimated expenditures. By state law, once the
budget is approved, the county is bound to remain within its budget for that
year. The Board of Supervisors also has the authority to fill vacancies in
county and legislative offices, other boards and commissions, pass resolutions
and enact ordinances and regulations as authorized by state law.
Because only the Board has authority to decide certain issues, such as zoning
changes, resolutions and ordinances, these subjects constitute the remainder of
the Board's responsibilities during the year.
Can I Observe Board of Supervisors Sessions?
There are two ways to observe the Board in session.
The first, and easiest, option is watching the Board live
and/or recorded on the
page. The second option is to watch in person
at the Pinal County Administrative Complex (“The Old Courthouse”) in Florence.
For directions, visit the
Contact Us page.
How Do I Address Concerns to the Board?
The best way to address your concerns to the board is by either addressing the board during the Call to Public time offered at the beginning of Supervisor meetings or contacting your district's Supervisor.