The County of San Diego is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors elected to four-year terms in district, nonpartisan elections. Each Board member is limited to no more than two terms and must reside in the district from which he/she is elected. The Board of Supervisors sets priorities for the County and oversees most County departments and programs and approves their budgets.
San Diego County covers 4,261 square miles, an area approximately the size of the state of Connecticut, extending 70 miles along the Pacific Coast from Mexico to Orange County and inland 75 miles to Imperial County along the international border with Mexico.
The County achieved a "Triple A" bond ratings,
the highest possible, from all three of the major rating agencies.
20,568 passport applications processed
3,088 vaccinations were given at 17
mass vaccination events.
A printable snapshot that highlights our 2014-15 Annual Report accomplishments, financials and future goals.