BOARD OF DIRECTORS
General Board Meeting Information
The Inland Empire Resource Conservation District is run by a seven-member Board of Directors, with the assistance of one Associate Director. The Board of Directors meets regularly at San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District in Redlands, on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 12:00 PM. Public input is always welcomed. If you would like to attend a meeting, or be signed up to receive the monthly agenda, contact the Administrative Assistant, Jennifer Castillo, at email@example.com.
The IERCD's Board of Directors can be reached at or using the District's general line at 909-799-7407.
Board Member Snapshots
Board Member Profiles
Under the provisions of Public Resources Code Section 9314(b)(1), the Inland Empire Resource Conservation District Board of Directors, by resolution, have requested that the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors appoint Directors to the District Board as an alternative to the election of said Directors. These appointments are for four-year terms and considered and approved by the San Bernardino County Board of Directors, for individuals who either reside within the IERCD service area or are designated the official representative for a resident who does live within IERCD service area boundaries. The current Board and terms are listed in the above section of this document.
The next expiration for IERCD Board of Directors terms is set to occur on November 27th, 2020, with the second group of appointments set to expire on November 30th, 2022.
In advance of the expiration dates, the IERCD and the County of San Bernardino Hall of Records will post vacancy notices, soliciting applications from residents meeting above-referenced criteria for Board service. Applications will be available at the San Bernardino County Hall of Records and online and must be submitted by the deadline posted in the Notice of Term Expiration. Applications received after the posted deadline will not be considered for potential Board appointment.
Following the deadline for applications, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors will plan an item for consideration and approval of IERCD Board of Director candidates on their meeting agenda. Once approved, each appointment will be for four years unless it occurs as a result of a mid-term Director resignation, in which case the appointee will serve only the remainder of that term before being required to reapply for a Board position.