Healthcare districts are public entities that provide community‑based healthcare services to residents throughout the geographic area they serve.
Antelope Valley Healthcare District (AVHD) is a member of the Association of California Healthcare Districts (ACHD).
Each of California's healthcare districts is governed by a locally elected board of directors who are directly accountable to the communities they serve.
(Unaudited) Monthly Operating Report for the period ending April 30, 2018
The AVHD’s five publicly elected directors oversee the activities of the district in accordance with the district’s bylaws and state law governing healthcare districts. This board is tasked with providing organizational oversight and ensuring that the district’s mission and vision are carried out.
For more information about how the AVHD operates and is governed, please download the following documents:
AVHD board members must be registered voters who reside within the boundaries of the AVHD. They are elected to four‑year terms by local voters. Elections are held during the general election of even‑numbered years. There is no limit to the number of terms an AVHD board member may serve.
Candidate Nomination Procedures
Dean C. Logan
Registrar‑Recorder / County Clerk
12400 Imperial Highway
Norwalk, CA 90650
A vacancy shall be filled as provided in Government Code Section 1780. Said section sets forth that the remaining district board members may fill the vacancy by appointment. In lieu of making an appointment, the remaining members of the board may, within sixty (60) days of the vacancy, call an election to fill the vacancy. If the vacancy is not filled by the district board as specified, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors may fill the vacancy within ninety (90) days of said vacancy or may order the district to call an election to fill the vacancy.