County Clerk

The role of County Clerk is that of the official records custodian of all actions taken by the Board of County Commissioners.

Responsibilities of the County Clerk include preparing and publishing agendas, preparing minutes and the board meeting notebooks, distributing the board actions to the constitutional officers, department heads, or to anyone else who requests them.

Other duties of the Clerk include:
  • Assure compliance with the Open Meetings / Open Records Act; and,
  • Provide requested information regarding records of the Board of County Commissioners as part of public records.
Please contact the County Clerk’s office if you have any questions regarding:
  • the County Commissioners
  • Meetings of the Board of County Commissioners
  • How to Speak with the County Commissioners
  • Agendas and Minutes
  • Requests for Information
  • Governmental Functions
Submit a Regular Meeting Speaker Request Form online, or open Records Request Form online.

Learn more about Open Government (Open Meetings and Open Records Acts; HB 397 Georgia's Updated Sunshine Laws; How to make an Open Records Request; Open Government Mediation Program.)

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