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There are two ways to observe the Board in session. The first option is to watch the Board live or view the recording on the BOS Videos page. The second option is to watch in person at the Pinal County Administrative Complex (“The Historical Courthouse”) in Florence. The address is 135 N. Pinal Street.
The best way to address your concerns to the board is by either addressing the board during the Call to Public time offered at the beginning of Supervisor meetings or contacting your district's Supervisor.
There is no statutory requirement for a "call to the public"; it is a privilege, not a right, and given at the discretion of the Board of Supervisors. A "call to the public" is the time period for members of the public to address the Board of Supervisors on any item of concern or to provide public input relating to subject matter within the Board of Supervisors authority or jurisdiction. Two things you should know:
An effective way to have your concern addressed by the Board is to get one of its members to advocate a cause on your behalf. Developing a relationship with your district's Supervisor is easy and important. Supervisors rely on public input to make informed decisions on behalf of their constituents. Use this map (PDF) to find out which Supervisor represents your district.