The Chino Valley Fire District’s Clerk of the Board’s Office supports the Chino Valley Fire District Board of Directors and the fire chief. The Clerk of the Board’s Office serves as the clearing house for all matters requiring the review or executive action of the Chino Valley Fire District governing authorities and serves as the general administration manager.
SANDRA HENEY, CLERK OF THE BOARD
Sandra Heney is the clerk of the board for the Chino Valley Fire District. She can be reached at email@example.com or (909) 902-5260.
The clerk of the board is charged with processing and disseminating all board directives, policies, and ordinances. The clerk of the board also serves as custodian of all official records and oversees the preparation and posting of public meeting agendas, public hearing notices, and ordinances. The clerk of the board is also responsible for public records in accordance with the California Public Records Act and serves as the filing officer for conflict of interest statements as required by the California Fair Political Practices Commission.
Ms. Sandra Heney
Clerk of The Board
The Chino Valley Fire District is an independent Fire District governed by an elected five-member board of directors serving the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and surrounding unincorporated areas in San Bernardino County.
Board meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. in the board room at the Chino Valley Fire District Headquarters, located at 14011 City Center Drive in Chino Hills, unless otherwise posted. Additional meetings will be announced on an as-needed basis.
Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month. Regular meeting agendas are posted online and in front of the district headquarters 72 hours prior to the scheduled meeting date and time.
THE STATE OF THE DISTRICT AND THE ANNUAL REPORT
Each year, the Chino Valley Fire District is honored to present the State of the Fire District Video. The video shows the hard work, accomplishments, and dedicated service that our employees proudly provide to the cities of Chino, Chino Hills, and unincorporated areas of San Bernardino County.
Fire district elections are managed by the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voter’s office. Elections are held in November of even years. Terms of office are four-year staggered terms.
The next election is scheduled for November 2022. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voter’s Office.
FIRE DISTRICT BY-DIVISION ELECTORAL PROJECT
The Fire District Board of Directors declared its intention to transition from an at-large to a by-division electoral system to comply with the California Rights Act (CVRA). The Fire District currently has an “at-large” electoral system where voters from the entire Fire District vote for all members of the Board of Directors. This is in contrast to a “by-division” electoral system where the jurisdiction is divided into smaller divisions and a candidate must reside within that division in order to be elected by voters residing within that division.
DISTRICT OF DISTINCTION ACCREDITATION
The Chino Valley Fire District was accredited as a District of Distinction for a fifth time in June 2017. The Fire District was the first ever fire district in California to receive that accreditation in 2008. The Fire District was the first ever fire district in California to receive the District of Distinction Platinum Level in 2017.
REQUESTS AND RESOURCES
Request to speak at an upcoming meeting.
CATALOG OF ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS
Catalog of enterprise systems that collect public information.
View the Chino Valley Fire District Board Policies and Procedures
MINUTES & AGENDAS
View the latest meeting minutes and agendas.
View and download public notices from the district.
We are open and transparent about all we do. Learn more here.
View and download the districts annual budgets.
Information about subpoenas to the district.
External link to the California Fair Political Practices Commission.
CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE
View and download the conflict of interest code document.
View and download our organizational chart.
View our District Transparency Certificate of Excellence.
Information about filing a damage or loss claim against the district.
FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT LAW
External link to learn about the Fire Protection District Law of 1987.
Information and application for public records.
DISTRICT COVERAGE MAP
View the coverage area and boundaries of the CVFD.
BY-DIVISION ELECTORAL PROJECT
View information and maps regarding this project.