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Monterey County is re-designing its website and would like public input on developing a website that will best serve the needs of residents, business and visitors.

  • Monterey County's Workforce Investment Board has received a $3 million federal grant to launch an innovative program using employment to combat gang violence. For more information about the grant, visit the Workforce Investment Board webpage.
  • How cyber safe are you? Check out the County's Information Technology Department's security awareness page about how to stay safe online.
  • The Monterey County Sheriff's Office has launched its new website, offering quick and easy access to important information about the Sheriff's Office. Check it out!
  • Voting by mail for the November 4th Election is convenient, easy and accessible. You can ask to vote by mail until October 28th. For information call (831) 796-1499 or visit the Monterey County Elections website.


The Mission of Monterey County is to Excel at providing Quality Services for the benefit of all Monterey County residents while developing, maintaining, and enhancing the resources of the region.

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