The Jackson County Board of Commissioners is the executive body of county government. The commissioners are elected to four-year terms by countywide voting. The county is divided into three districts with one commissioner responsible for each district. The commissioner who is most senior normally serves as the president of the board.
The commissioners are responsible for enacting the county ordinances and acts of the County Council, collecting revenue, and managing the day-to-day functions of the county government. The commissioners are also responsible for the County Highway Department, which includes the county's roads and bridges.
The Jackson County Commissioners meet twice each month on the First & Third Tuesday of every month at the Upper Meeting Room located in the Historic Courthouse, 111 South Main St., Brownstown, IN 47220;
- First Tuesday of the month at 9:00 am
- Third Tuesday of the month at 9:00 am
Those interested in being placed on the agenda may contact the Jackson County auditor's office in person at 111 S. Main St. Suite 118 Brownstown , In 47220 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org before noon the Thursday before the meeting to complete the request form.
Commissioner Meeting Minutes
Minutes of all meetings are available following approval.
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For more information or to contact a commissioner, you may leave a message at (812) 358-6161.