Our Board of Directors are elected officials that serve a 4 year term. In order to qualify, members must be registered voters that reside within the District boundaries. Elections are held on even numbered years via the Kern County Consolidated General Election. Elections for Board seats are staggered every 2 years as follows:
Seat 1: 2020
Seat 2: 2022
Seat 3: 2020
Seat 4: 2022
Seat 5: 2022
Current Board Members
Click here to view our "Roster of Public Agencies" on file with Kern County.Statement of Fact - Filed January 2019
Click here to view the Board Member's most current:
AB 1234 Ethics Training CertificatesBoard Members' AB1234 Certificates
AB 1661 Sexual Harassment and Awareness Training CertificatesBoard Members' AB1661 (1825) Certificates
The Board of Directors of the Frazier Park Public Utility District is committed to improving the quality of life for those we serve by:
- Providing fair, equitable, and timely service to our customers today
- Planning constructively to meet our customers' needs for tomorrow
- Contributing to the health and safety of our community, present and future
History of the Water Board
The Frazier Park Public Utility District was established on February 20, 1939, when it succeeded the Frazier Mountain Water Company. The Board consisted of three members at its inception: Asa Y. Maudell, Leo F. Wulff, and F.L. Dunspaugh.
The Newly established FPPUD paid $900.00 for two naturnal springs, Pine Canyon and Sam Young, and three parcels intended for use as either wells or water tanks.
The FPPUD now serves approximately 2,834 residents in the Frazier Park community, using two springs, four wells, and 11 water tanks.
Click here to view the original formation document.Formation Document - Color