Welcome, and thank you for visiting my virtual office!

Communication with the residents of the Second District is very important to me, and it is essential to achieving our shared goals of economic growth, private-sector employment development, and the best quality of life possible. It is my hope that you will use this tool to contact me with your ideas, concerns and comments regarding county issues, and to let me know how I can better serve you as your County Supervisor.

I am honored that you have placed your trust in me, and will work hard to the best of my ability to meet your expectations.

Thank you for this opportunity to serve, and I look forward to working with you to meet the needs of the citizens of the Second District.

Best regards,

Zack Scrivner

Supervisor 2nd District


01/29/16

New Remote Testimony Request Form

Use the form to request to speak at (not watch) a Kern County Board of Supervisors meeting from one of the three available remote locations in Lake Isabella, Mojave or Ridgecrest.

The deadline for submitting a request is 5 PM on the Friday before the meeting date. If you submit a request after the deadline, staff will attempt to accommodate your request but there are no guarantees.

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Public Meeting Agendas/Minutes

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Community Meetings

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   ♦   Tehachapi Monthly Meetings

About the Supervisor

   ♦   Biography

   ♦   Supervisor Scrivner Delivers 2012 State of the County Address  (video)

   ♦   Supervisor Scrivner's Oath of Office  (video)

About the District

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   ♦   Meet the Staff

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