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Randolph County is directed by a three person commission. The commissioners are elected for a four year term and are the highest executive body in Randolph County government. There is one commissioner from each district of the county.
Randolph County Commissioners from left to right, William "Bill" Terrell, Gary Girton and Michael Wickersham.
The Commissioners meet on the first and third Monday of each month in the Commissioner's room on the 3rd floor of the Randolph County Courthouse.
Commissioners Meetings are open to the public. Refer to the County Calendar for the next scheduled meeting.
You can review upcoming agendas and minutes from prior meetings on the Agendas and Minutes page.
If you are interested in addressing the commissioners, contact the Randolph County Auditor with your request.
The three commissioners are the custodians of the home rule powers of the county.
The commissioners have authority to pass ordinances in the following broad areas:
- Controlling, maintaining, and supervising county property including courthouses, jails, and public offices
- Supervising construction and maintenance of roads and bridges, and to provide for traffic control
- Developing economic development programs attract and retain jobs in the county
- Grant vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, and other similar benefits to county employees
- Administer elections in conjunction with the count election board
- Establish minimum housing standards
- Auditing and authorizing payments on behalf of the county
- Incorporate new towns and alter township boundary lines, on petition.
- Receive bids and authorize contracts
- Exercise appointive powers including bot the selection of members to fill positions on boards, commissions, and committees, and appointment of certain department heads
- Planning & implementing strategies for solid waste handling as members of the solid waste district board.