California Ballot Measures Database: The Hastings Law Library at the University of California is providing a searchable database to access sources of information on California ballot propositions and initiatives from 1911 to 2000. The databases contain the full text of the documents.
California Counties: This site provides links to all of California's County web sites.
California Courts: This site provides information on court administration, jury information, legal forms and other information provided by the Judicial Council of California.
California Government Documents: The Librarians at the Santa Clara University Library have provided a list of electronic resources related to California Government Documents.
California Law: California Law consists of 29 codes, covering various subject areas, the State Constitution and Statutes. Information presented reflects laws currently in effect. All California Codes have been updated to include the 2006 Statutes.
California State and Local Government : Periodical titles indexed on the Web selected by the Library of Congress. Back issues are available in full-text, current issues may be abstracts only, requiring purchase of the full-text article.
Institute of Governmental Studies Library: "The Institute of Governmental Studies Library is one of the nation's premier libraries of nontrade and ephemeral materials on American public affairs and policy. The Library has a strong core collection of books and journals on American political science and public administration."
Amador County: This official website for Amador County is a good place to search for local government documents including EIR reports, County-wide general plans, and statistical information.
Association of Bay Area Governments : Website of "the official comprehensive planning agency for the San Francisco Bay region, ABAG's mission is to strengthen cooperation and coordination among local governments."
Ballot Propositions, California: Background, Proposals, and fiscal effects information for current ballot propositions, provided by the Legislative Analyst's Office.
California Council on Science and Technology: Has a mission to improve science and technology policy and application in California by proposing programs, conducting analyses, and helping government implement policies and initiatives for a better economy and quality of life.
California Energy Policy: Information on Energy Policies from the California Energy Commission. Links in the left-hand column will take you to previous Inegrated Energy Policy Reports (IEPRs). Refer to the latest-adopted IEPR listed in the left-hand column for full information and materials on energy policies. The calendar links in the right-hand column will take you activities under the current IEPR proceeding.
California Geological Survey: The department of conservation provides information on the geology, natural resources and geologic hazards of California.
California Home Page: The official home page for the State of California. Go to the following link, Early California History - "California As I Saw it": "First-Person Narratives of California's Early Years, 1849 - 1900, collection contains 190 books about individual experiences in and on the way to California during and after the Gold Rush."
California State Assembly: The website for the California State Assembly offers you the ability to find your district, view legislative deadlines, and links to the democratic and republican caucuses as well as other caucuses.
California State Association of Counties: The primary purpose of CSAC is to represent county governments before the California Legislature, administrative agencies and the federal government.
California State Budget: The Department of Finance maintains the most current PDF for the latest version of the California State Budget. This site includes summaries of the Governor's Proposed Budget, Revised Budget and Enacted Budget. A detailed PDF is available in a printable download.
California State Senate: The official site of the California State Senate, with information about senators, commitees, legislation and district maps.
California Statistical Abstract: This is the 48th edition of the California Statistical Abstract, a compilation of data on social, economic, and physical aspects of the State. The volume is a cooperative effort of various government agencies, coordinated and issued annually by the California Department of Finance, Economic Research Unit. It is available for download in Excel and PDF formats.
California Voter Foundation: "The California Voter Foundation has worked to improve democracy through the responsible use of new technologies since its founding in 1994, providing Californians with nonpartisan election and government information on the Web, and raising awareness of emerging democracy and technology issues in California and beyond."
Ceres: "CERES is an information system developed by the California Resources Agency to facilitate access to a variety of electronic data describing California's rich and diverse environments."
City of Placerville: The official website for the City of Placerville. Links include City Departments, City Officials, City Council Meeting (agenda and minutes), and also an index to local links.
City of Sacramento: The website for the City of Sacramento provides information on employment, board and commission openings, city departments/services, forms, and city maps.
El Dorado County: The El Dorado County Website allows you to search for local government documents including EIR reports, County-wide general plans, and statistical information.
Election Reform Act: Fiscal impacts of Initiatives prepared by the California Legislative Analyst's Office and the Department of Finance.
Initiative and Referendum Institute: Ballotwatch, sponsored by the IRI at the University of Southern California, is a "report highlighting key issues and providing a state-by-state list all of ballot measures. This report will be updated periodically as new measures qualify for the ballot."
League of California Cities: "The League of California Cities is an association of California city officials who work together to enhance their knowledge and skills, exchange information, and combine resources so that they may influence policy decisions that affect cities."
League of Women Voters of California: The Voter's Service Division of the LWV provides nonpartisan information about elections, the voting process, and ballot issues.
Locating the Law: Presented by the Public Access to Legal Information (PALI) Committee, this newly revised 5th edition of Locating the Law provides information on legal advice and legal research techniques. The full text of the book is provided free of charge.
Office of the Governor: Focusing on issues important to the California Governor's Office, with links to current news stories, recent appointments and a video blog.
Resources Agency: Office of the Secretary - California Resources Agency exists "To restore, protect and manage the state's natural, historical and cultural resources for current and future generations using creative approaches and solutions based on science, collaboration and respect for all the communities and interests involved."
Sacramento Area Council of Governments: "SACOG provides transportation planning and funding for the region, and serves as a forum for the study and resolution of regional issues. In addition to preparing the region's long-range transportation plan, SACOG approves the distribution of affordable housing in the region and assists in planning for transit, bicycle networks, clean air and airport land uses."
Sacramento County: The official website of Sacramento County provides information on employment, community services, health and human care, justice, law, and public safety.
Secretary of State, California: The California Elections and Voter Information page provides links to Ballot Measures, Candidates and Elections, Voting Systems, Voter Registration and Participation, and Voter Information.