Maricopa County, Arizona is governed by five elected district supervisors who appoint a county administrator to manage the county's operations. This administrator is responsible for setting the agenda and approving a budget that allocates money to all departments and elected offices. The county administrator oversees more than 40 departments that are designated to carry out the Board's vision. In addition to the Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County has several other elected officials who are responsible for managing their own operations and personnel. The Maricopa County Flood Control District (FCD) was created in 1959 to reduce the risk of flooding for people and property.
The FCD's mission is to reduce flood risk to minimize property damage and loss of life, support economic development in a safe and responsible manner, and recognize stormwater as a resource that benefits the community and the environment in the long term. The FCD is governed by a five-member board of directors that also serves as Maricopa County's board of supervisors. The FCD has established a program to ensure access to all services provided by them to all citizens of Maricopa County. This program also establishes procedures by which the department will receive and investigate complaints of discrimination. Maricopa County's mission is to provide regional leadership and the necessary, fiscally responsible public services and services so that residents can enjoy healthy and safe lives. The FCD is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation, denied benefits, or discriminated against in connection with any program, activity, or service they provide. Maricopa County also has an impressive leader in the form of Mr.
Martinez who has served for more than 16 years in various departments such as air quality, environmental services, planning and development, animal care and control, as well as in the Information Technology Center. The people responsible for leadership duties in Maricopa County are the five elected district supervisors who appoint a county administrator to manage the county's operations. This administrator sets the agenda and approves a budget that allocates money to all departments and elected offices. In addition, there are several other elected officials who are responsible for managing their own operations and personnel. Finally, Mr.
Martinez serves as an impressive leader with more than 16 years of experience in various departments.