The Town of Discovery Bay is a California independent Community Services District (CSD) that was authorized by the voters of Discovery Bay in 1998 to provide more local control with respect to many of the issues facing Discovery Bay. Similar to a city council in an incorporated city, the District is governed by an elected five-member Board of Directors. While we do not have a Mayor or Vice Mayor, we do have a President and Vice President. The District also has an appointed General Manager to carry out the policy decisions of the Board and oversee the day-to-day operations of the Town of Discovery Bay.
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The Town of Discovery Bay is a California independent Community Services District (CSD) and is governed by a five-member Board of Directors. Directors are publicly elected and serve four-year staggered terms.
The Town of Discovery Bay Board of Directors has adopted its Mission, Vision, Goals and Values.
These ideals serve as an important guide as the Town of Discovery Bay conducts its day-to-day business and interacts with the public.
Provide effective and fiscally responsible municipal services in a manner which promotes a high standard of community life with a focus on the environment and the Delta in partnership with the community
The Town of Discovery Bay CSD may produce or have access to publications and/or reports that would interest the public. In that event, these documents will be posted here. Note that this page is not intended to be the repository for all public documents available from the District. Should you be interested in viewing or receiving a copy of a public record, please submit a written request to District Staff and/or visit the District Office.
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