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Click on magnifying glass and down at the bottom you should see “boards” and can click on it. Once on that page find the board an click on ellipses to the right.
Thanks. I found it.
I had to go Search -> Then the top search box only searches JIRA. At the Bottom of the page is another search box that had 'Advanced Search for Issues' . And 'Issues' was a drop down that had Boards as a member of the drop down - when i selected that i was brought to the page that allowed me to delete.
They've changed it around.
You have to go to the cog in the upper right for Settings then select Issues (EDIT: This step may not be necessary, but I'm keeping it in here just in case):
Then click the search box at the top of the page.
When the window appears, at the bottom where is says Go to all:, click Boards:
The list of boards will appear, search for the one to delete, and then click the 3 dots to the right and choose Delete.
FWIW, the above solution, navigating to Settings in the upper right corner, in particular, requires Jira System Administrator permissions. To delete boards you own without being a system admin, you need to open the board selection list on the left, like you are selecting another board to view, but instead click VIEW ALL. This will take you to the Boards page like above, where you can use the 3 dots to delete.
You can also get to this page by selecting Your work -> Boards tab -> View all boards from the top menu.