Departments and Agencies
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Adult Protective Services investigates reports and provides support related to elder and dependent adult abuse or neglect, specializing in emergency response, financial abuse investigations and working with diverse populations.
The mission of the Division of Agriculture is to fulfill the mandates of the State of California and to provide quality regulatory services to the citizens of Santa Clara County.
The mission of the Roads and Airports Department is to operate, maintain, and enhance the County's expressways, unincorporated roads, and two general aviation airports in a safe, timely, and cost-effective manner to meet the needs of the traveling public.
The Santa Clara County Office of the Public Defender provides legal representation to indigent clients who are charged with the commission of a criminal offense alleged to have been committed in this county.
Homeowners or business property owners can review their assessed value online, download a parcel map, or confidentially view the market data used to arrive at their assessment; also, they can electronically request an informal review of their assessment.
The mission of the County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department is to assist individuals in our community affected by mental illness and serious emotional disturbance to achieve their hopes, dreams and quality of life goals.
The Board of Supervisors oversees the operation of government and laws that concern Santa Clara County. The board consists of five members, each representing a different part of the county.
The Board of Supervisors established a management audit function to perform detailed audits and analyses of County operations, review the annual County budget, analyze major financial issues, and conduct other special studies or projects.
The Clerk of the Board supports more than 75 Boards and Commissions by processing the Applications and forms necessary to volunteer and serve on these legislative bodies.