County Code Directory
1. For statutory provisions relating to the board of supervisors, see Gov. Code § 25000 et seq.; for the statutory provisions requiring that meetings of county boards of supervisors be open and public, see Gov. Code §§ 25080, 54953.
2. Former chapter 2.06 personnel director was repealed and replaced as 2.08 by Ordinance 1172, and created the county administrative office and added the personnel department and clerk of the board office as divisions thereof. For statutory provisions relating to the county administrative officer, see Gov. Code § 25000 et seq.; for statutory provisions relating to the clerk of board of supervisors, see Gov. Code § 25100 et seq.
3. Glenn County Measure C approved by the voters at the primary election held on March 26, 1996, was implemented by Ordinance 1078 which repealed the position of Treasurer-Tax Collector (previous Chapter 2.08; [Ord. 286 § 1, 1950; 1072 § 1, 1996]) and Auditor (previous Chapter 2.12; [Ord. 559 §§ 1,2, 1973]) and created the consolidated office of director of finance (Chapter 2.10).
Ordinance 1078 was adopted pursuant to Sections 24300.5, 24301 and 24305 and Chapter 4.6 (commencing with Section 26980) of Part 3, Division 2, Title 3 of the Government Code.
4. Former Chapter 2.14 repealed and the offices and duties of county clerk and county recorder were separated by Ordinance 1070. Ordinance History: Ord. 400 § 1, § 2, and § 3, 1962; Ord 734 § 1, 1980; Ord. 1070 § 2, 1996.
5. For statutory provisions regarding the county counsel, see Gov. Code § 27640 et seq.
6. (Sheriff) For statutory provisions regarding the office of sheriff, see Gov. Code § 26600 et seq.; for the provisions regarding the office of coroner, see Gov. Code § 27460 et seq.
7. For the statutory provisions relating to the public administrator, see Government Code § 27440 et seq.; public guardian, see Welfare & Institutions Code §§ 8000 and 8015. For the statutory provisions relating to the position combination of Public Guardian-Conservator-Administrator and authority for the Board of Supervisors to appoint rather than elect, see Government Code § 24011.
8. Prior ordinance history: Ord. 256.
9. For the statutory provisions relating to the creation of Local Child Support Services Agency as a new county department and the appointment of administrator positions by the Board of Supervisors, see California Family Code, Division 17, Section 17403.
10. For statutory provisions requiring counties to establish planning agencies, see Gov. Code § 65100. For the statutory provisions on planning by county agencies, see Gov. Code § 65300 et seq.
11. For the statutory provisions regarding county aid to indigent persons, see Welf. and Inst. Code § 17000 et seq.
12. For statutory provisions authorizing cities and counties to establish disaster relief bodies, see Gov. Code § 8610 et seq. For the statutory provisions on the State Emergency Council's rules and regulations governing disaster service workers, see Gov. Code § 8580