The Campbell County Board of Supervisors is comprised of seven Campbell County residents, one from each of the seven election districts. Supervisors serve staggered four-year terms, with the Chairman and Vice Chairman elected to serve for one year.
The Board of Supervisors serves, by law, as the governing body of the County, charged with administering county functions, which include:
Establishing personnel policies
Making land use decisions
Creating growth and development policies
Setting tax rates
Setting operational policies
Reviewing and adopting the County's operational and capital budgets which set spending priorities
The County Administrator is the Board's agent, responsible for implementing and carrying out these policies and priorities on a daily basis.
All Board meetings are open to the public. For more information about Board meetings, go to the Meeting Information page. For Board agendas, please go the Agenda Center.