Office of the County Executive
The County Executive position was established in the 1933 Charter for Sacramento County. As the chief executive officer, the County Executive is responsible to the Board of Supervisors for planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and coordinating county activities. This includes serving in an advisory capacity to the Board of Supervisors with respect to the functions of officials and boards not under the direct jurisdiction or control of the County Executive. The functions and activities of the County Executive are mandated by the County Charter.
The County Executive is also responsible for planning, organizing, directing and coordinating County activities. Sacramento County has more than
30 departments, offices and agencies that provide services to Sacramento County residents.
Within the County Executive Office are the offices of:
In 1972, an amendment to the County Charter was implemented to organize the County on an agency basis for more effective administration of functions for which the County Executive is responsible to the Board of Supervisors. Approved by the electorate, the amendment established agency heads to groups of County departments.
The County Executive is assisted by an executive team comprised of agency heads, including:
The Executive Team is responsible to the County Executive for:
- financial oversight
- monitoring and reporting of major systems indicators
- coordinate policy development and implementation
- analysis of proposed legislation and State/Federal initiatives
- development of agency-related legislative platforms
- analysis of agency-related departmental budgets
- coordination with elected officials
Nav Gill, County Executive
Email Nav Gill
700 H Street, Room 7650
Sacramento, CA 95814