Madera Wine Trail Map

The Board of Supervisors is the legislative and executive governing body of Madera County government. One Supervisor is elected from each of the five supervisorial districts of the County.

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Madera Wine Trail - Madera Vintners Association. Sacramento River Train. Visit Bakersfield. Visit Vacaville. Stay up-to-date with the latest information in Madera County Public Health COVID-19. Madera wine trail has many different types of wineries. The trail is marked quite nicely and you can pick up a map at any of the participating wineries. The area is so beautiful and the first weekend in November is their holiday event. The Madera Wine Trail provides an experience few other regions can. From old world techniques and state-of-the-art technology, you can experience them all in the same day. Madera County winemakers celebrate each other’s unique wine & winery styles and so can you! Madera Wine Trail California stretches along Highway 41 and turns north on California Highway 99. The time it takes to travel this route varies depending on the number of wineries you visit along the way. The trail is approximately 51 miles long from beginning to end.

Within the limits prescribed by State law, the Board enacts ordinances and rules, determines County policy, supervises the activities of County departments, adopts an annual budget, and fixes salaries.

The Board meets regularly the first three Tuesdays of each month and occasionally on Mondays in the Board Chambers of the County Government Center in Madera. The public is invited to attend and participate. Any member of the public wishing to bring a matter to the attention of the Board may contact the Clerk of the Board so the item can be placed on the agenda.

Any individual with a disability may request special assistance by contacting the Chief Clerk to the Board of Supervisors.

The Board of Supervisors meets as the following:

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Madera County Flood Control and Water Conservation Agency

The purpose of this Agency is to govern County-wide water conservation, development of water resources, control of drainage, storm, flood and other waters. It provides for the conservation, development, control and use of water for public good and protection of life and property.

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Maintenance Districts and Service Areas

The Board serves as Directors of subdivided areas for 49 Maintenance Districts and 21 Services Areas to administer projects, budget and expenditure of funds for the purposes of roads, lighting, sewer, water, fire and recreation.

Public Financing Authority

The Board prepares a redevelopment plan for each project area; holds and conducts hearings thereon.

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Redevelopment Agency

The Board prepares a redevelopment plan for each project area; holds and conducts hearings thereon.

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