County Identity Standards
What is this service?
The County has official identity standards that were adopted by the Board of Supervisors in December 2016. Because the County is such a large organization, these standards help create a consistent image that will ultimately help eliminate confusion about what the County does and make it easier for the public to identify County services, programs, employees, projects, etc.
The County's identity standards help you, the public, instantly identify County government. These standards help build a strong connection between who we are and what we do for the community. All County representatives and staff are directed to follow the guidelines in the County's Identity Standards Manual, which is a tool that demonstrates how to use the County's logo, Board seal, color palette, and font.
Third parties or outside agencies may not use the County or logo unless usage rights are granted by authorized County personnel. The County Clerk-Recorder is responsible for granting permission to use the seal, while the Administrative Office is responsible for granting permission to use the logo. To use either mark, please contact the appropriate department to obtain permission.
County Identity Standards Manual
County Mission Vision Values Poster