VENTURA, Calif. – The County of Ventura honored 17 employees on Tuesday, July 25 during the regular Board of Supervisors meeting for their dedication to continuous county service. This event was part of the County of Ventura’s Employee Continuous Service Recognition Program which recognizes staff who have reached milestones with 25 years or more of service to the county.
“It is such a special day, and I would like to thank you all along with our Board and all your families and friends and coworkers who are here today,” said 3rd District Supervisor Kelly Long. “Thank you for your dedication and your big hearts and all that you do on a daily basis for our residents of Ventura County. I know they do not always know the amazing work that you’re doing but to take that time today and recognize it is special.”
Seventeen staff members were recognized and received awards from across County departments including Child Support Services, Human Services Agency, Information Technology Services, Probation Agency, Health Care Agency, Public Works Agency, County Executive Office and the Sheriff’s Office. The careers of these 17 employees represent a combined total of 465 years of county service. Each quarter, the Board of Supervisors presents the Employee Recognition Awards in appreciation and celebration of the many years of dedicated service from County employees across 27 agencies.