Welcome to RickFarinelli.com

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I am Rick Farinelli, Supervisor for Madera County's 3rd District. I am passionate about Madera. I am dedicated to fiscally responsible county government, effective programs for our community, and a better future for our kids through good education, safe streets, and high-value jobs.

This site is a resource not only for third district residents, but for anyone interested in learning more about local events and news, as well as updates from my office and the Madera County Board of Supervisors.

You can also sign up for "From Rick's Desk" - my personal newsletter that keeps you up to date with what is going on in Madera. You'll find articles, alerts, and other important information so that you can keep your finger on the pulse of what's going on in your county government.

Not sure where to start? Check out the calendar, and see if there is an event you may want to participate in! Or read some of my past newsletters which you can browse below.



Latest updates from RickFarinelli.com:


Friend --  2015 continues to provide new challenges for Madera County. Making sure that Madera is ready for the future, not just today's issues, is one of my biggest goals as your County Supervisor. This means building our education and business communities for the next generation. One prepares our kids with...
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Friend -- If you went to last night's Madera Unified board meeting in support of Supervisor Ed Gonzalez and Associate Superintendent Victor Villar, I want to personally thank you! Last night's effort by certain members of the Board was outrageous, and I am so proud of the parents and community that rallied...
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Important news from around the valley:


By Careen Wong THE MADERA TRIBUNE WENDY ALEXANDER/THE MADERA TRIBUNE Madera County Supervisor Rick Farinelli looks at a variety of cars lined up for the E.L.K. Charity Challenge awaiting to caravan to the next destination during a seven day event across California. About 30 cars and 70 people, from all...
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Originally published in the 4/1/15 edition of the Madera Tribune 'Uplifting the community spirit' Program to help homeless vets By Careen Wong The Madera Tribune It is now easier for Madera veterans to get help for substance and domestic abuse, mental health care and housing thanks to a $2 million...
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