Board of Directors

The Yolo-Solano AQMD Board of Directors is the District’s governing board. Fourteen elected officials sit on the Board. These members represent the elected bodies that govern the two counties and seven incorporated cities within Yolo-Solano AQMD.

Board Makeup

The Board of Directors includes four members of the Yolo County Board of Supervisors, three members of the Solano County Board of Supervisors, and one member from each of the City Councils of Davis, Dixon, Rio Vista, Vacaville, West Sacramento, Winters, and Woodland. Each county and city decide internally who will sit on the Yolo-Solano AQMD Board. There are no separate public elections for seats on the Yolo-Solano AQMD Board, nor are their District-set term limits. The Board of Directors elects its Chair and Vice Chair each December to serve for the following calendar year. Chairs and Vice Chairs serve 1-year terms.

Norma Alcala Councilmember, City of West Sacramento
Angel Barajas Supervisor, Yolo County 
Monica Brown Supervisor, Solano County
James Ernest Councilmember, City of Dixon
Vicky Fernandez Councilmember, City of Woodland
Lucas Frerichs – VICE CHAIR Supervisor, Yolo County
Ronald Kott Councilmember, City of Rio Vista
Mitch Mashburn – CHAIR Supervisor, Solano County
Gloria Partida Councilmember, City of Davis
James Provenza Supervisor, Yolo County
Mary Vixie Sandy Supervisor, Yolo County
Carol Scianna Councilmember, City of Winters
Michael Silva Councilmember, City of Vacaville
John Vasquez Supervisor, Solano County

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Board Meetings

The Board of Directors meets on the second Wednesday of each month, beginning at 9:00 a.m., and Board meetings are open to the public. Board meeting agenda packets are posted publicly in advance of each meeting below.   

2024 Board of Directors Meeting Schedule

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Board Committees

To properly manage workload, the Board of Directors also convenes several permanent committees and, when needed, creates ad hoc committees to consider specific items.  Committee meetings are noticed according to the Brown Act. 

Hearing Board

The Yolo-Solano AQMD Hearing Board is an appointed body that handles issues concerning variances, abatement orders, and permit disputes. Hearing Board members are appointed by the Board of Directors but are otherwise independent and serve fixed terms.