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Randy Fletcher

Randy Fletcher

Central Subregion

Yuba County Supervisor


Biography:

Randy Fletcher was elected to the Yuba County Board of Supervisor in 2014 and took office on January 5, 2015. In 2016 was elected Vice Chair.
Randy and his wife Kathy have lived in Browns Valley since 1983. They also own 100 acres of timberland and the historic Chestnut Grove in Brownsville which has been in the family since 1955. Randy and Kathy have two children, Jennifer and Casey, and five grandchildren.
Randy was with the Yuba City Police Department from 1965 - 1986 in various capacities from Cadet to Lieutenant. He was a Reserve Officer with Yuba County Sheriff's Department from 1986 - 2000. Randy has owned an independent insurance brokerage, Fletcher & Associates Insurance, in Marysville since 1979.
Randy graduated from Yuba City High School in 1967 and Yuba College in 1969. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Sacramento, in 1971.
Randy represents the County in his capacity as Supervisor on the following:
Area 4 Agency on Aging
CA Association of Counties – Alternate
Finance and Administration Committee - Alternate
Human Services Committee
North Central Counties Consortium - Alternate
Protective Inspection Committee - Alternate
Sierra Nevada Conservancy - Alternate
Sierra-Sacramento Valley EMS - Alternate
Sutter Yuba Behavioral Health advisory Board - Alternate
Yuba County children's Council
Yuba Sutter Chamber of Commerce
Yuba Sutter Economic Development Corp. Board of Directors
Yuba Sutter Transit Authority
Yuba County Disaster Council
Yuba County Public Facilities Corporation
Yuba County Redevelopment Agency
Yuba County Water Agency Board of Directors
Board Liaison Contact

Tristyn Armstrong
Email: Tristyn.Armstrong@sierranevada.ca.gov

Sierra Nevada Conservancy
11521 Blocker Drive, Suite 205
Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 823-4700 Direct Line
(877) 257-1212 Toll Free
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