Phil Serna has served as Sacramento County’s First District Supervisor since 2010. During that time, he has championed efforts to address the root causes of shortened life expectancy for Sacramento County’s Black children, ensured healthcare access for undocumented workers, and spearheaded investment in the Fruitridge pocket area. Currently Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Serna also serves on the California Air Resources Board, as well as multiple local and regional boards and commissions. Supervisor Serna’s District encompasses a large portion of the City of Sacramento, covering neighborhoods as diverse as North Natomas, Oak Park, and East Sacramento and communities that include Rio Linda. This gives Supervisor Serna a unique perspective on the issues and challenges faced by the city, county, and region.
Join us for a discussion of the relationship between County services, local and regional policy initiatives, and residential quality of life on Wednesday, July 15th at 7PM.