Squaw Valley Municipal Advisory Council

Regular Meetings

  • 6 p.m.
  • 1st Thursday of every month
  • Squaw Valley Public Service District
         Community Meeting Room
         305 Squaw Valley Road
         Olympic Valley, CA

On occasion, Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) meetings may be cancelled. Be sure to sign up for notifications , visit the meeting calendar or contact the office at 530-889-4010 to confirm meeting dates, times, and locations.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

For archived agendas and minutes, email the Board of Supervisors or call 530-889-4010. 

Placer County MACs comply with basic requirements of the Brown Act; which includes the agenda being posted 72 hours prior to the meeting. To encourage public participation, the MACs strive to have the agenda available one week prior to the meeting. If you’re interested in submitting a topic of discussion, please send your request via email to Supervisor Gustafson's District Director - East, Lindsay Romack.


SeatNameRepresentsTermAppointed ByExpires
1David StepnerAt-Large2-yearsBoard of SupervisorsJanuary 31, 2021
2Alisa AdrianiAt-Large2-yearsBoard of SupervisorsJanuary 31, 2021
3Andrew LangeAt-Large2-yearsBoard of SupervisorsJanuary 31, 2021
4Vacant Seat
At-Large2-yearsBoard of SupervisorsJanuary 31, 2021
5Vladimir BazjanacAt-Large2-yearsBoard of SupervisorsJanuary 31, 2021
6Mark CalhounAt-Large2-yearsBoard of SupervisorsJanuary 31, 2021
7John JohnsonAt-Large2-yearsBoard of SupervisorsJanuary 31, 2021


Seven members at-large, appointed by the Board of Supervisors. Members shall, at the time of appointment and at all times during term of office, be residents, property owners of real property, or business owners or managers operating a business within the MAC Boundaries. Failure to maintain such status shall result in a vacancy in office. Members shall be nominated by the Board member representing District Five and be appointed by a majority of the Board of Supervisors.


Municipal Advisory Councils (MACs) are comprised of local residents who advise the Board of Supervisors on issues or concerns. MACs are designed to provide a local public forum where information about land use, transportation and general county information is shared and discussed. Residents are welcome and encouraged to attend MAC meetings to talk about issues that are important to them.

The Municipal Advisory Council may advise the Board of Supervisors on matters that relate to the area served by the Municipal Advisory Council (MAC). The Council shall advise the Board of Supervisors on matters specifically referred to it by the Board of Supervisors for review and recommendation.

Conflict of Interest

  • No


All members of the Council shall serve without compensation.