Solano Local Agency Formation Commission
Next Meeting

August 8, 2022 at 10:00 AM
Solano County Government Center
Board of Supervisors Chambers
675 Texas Street
Fairfield, CA 94533

Agenda Packet for August 8, 2022

News
  • LAFCO Analyst II/Senior Analyst Recruitment
    Solano LAFCo is recruiting an Analyst II/Senior Analyst. Salary range is $74,919.96 to $105,248. High marks will be given for GIS proficiency. To apply, submit a cover letter and résumé to Richard Seithel, Executive Officer, preferably by e‐mail to rseithel@solanolafco.com. Resumes are due no later than July 30, 2022. Full details can be found in the recruitment flyer.

    LAFCO Analyst II Job Description

    Senior Analyst Job Description
  • Rural North Vacaville Water District Municipal Service Review Public Review Draft
    Solano Local Agency Formation Commission has released the draft Municipal Service Review for Rural North Vacaville Water District for a 30-day public review period from March 10, 2022 – April 11, 2022. The Commission members reviewed and discussed the Rural North Vacaville Water District Municipal Service Review on February 14, 2022. Public Comments must be received by 5:00 PM on April 11th, 2022. All comments may be sent to Rich Seithel, Executive Officer by one of the following methods:

    Email: rseithel@solanolafco.com

    Mail:

    Solano LAFCO
    675 Texas St., Suite 6700
    Fairfield CA, 94533

    Rural North Vacaville Water District Municipal Service Review Public Review Draft (2.4MB)
Upcoming Meetings
  • August 8
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  • December 12
Commission Members
John Vasquez
Chair
Solano County Supervisor
Nancy Shopay
Vice Chair
Public Member
Robert Guerrero
Public Member (Alternate)
Ron Kott
Mayor of Rio Vista (Alternate)
Mitch Mashburn
Solano County Supervisor (Alternate)
Harry Price
Mayor of Fairfield
Ron Rowlett
Mayor of Vacaville
Nancy Shopay
Public Member
Jim Spering
Solano County Supervisor
city of Fairfield sign
lighthouse over water
farm field with white fence and trees, mountains in background
train depot
pond with commercial building
river with mountains
shopping center
bridge over calm water

Solano LAFCO’s objective is to discourage urban sprawl, provide for the orderly formation and development of local agencies, preserve open-space and prime agricultural lands, and efficiently extend government services as needed.

Staff

Executive Officer

Rich Seithel
rseithel@solanolafco.com
707-439-3897

Deputy Executive Officer

Christina Love
clove@solanolafco.com
707-439-3898

Our Office

675 Texas St. Suite 6700
Fairfield CA  94533
Fax: 707-438-1788