Each county in Oklahoma is divided into three districts, as equal in population as possible, with one Commissioner elected from each district and by the people. The three-member Board of County Commissioners serve as the administrative body of the County with general supervision over all fiscal affairs.
The Board of County Commissioners, created by the State Constitution, is composed of three Commissioners elected by the people. The County is divided into three districts, as equal in population as possible and numbered 1, 2, and 3 respectively. One Commissioner is elected from each district. District boundaries are set once every 10 years following the federal census. View the updated district boundaries (PDF) that become effective October 1, 2001.
The Board meets first and third Monday of each month at 9:00 am (except for when a Monday falls on a holiday, the Board of County Commissioners will meet on Tuesday of that week) or on special occasions. The Board may set special meetings on 48 hours notice. All sessions are open to the public and held in observance of the Oklahoma Open Meeting Act.
At the first meeting of the Board every January, the Commissioners elect one of the current Commissioners to serve as Chairman for that calendar year. The Chairman's primary duty is to preside at the meetings of the Board. The Chairman is also one of two officers that may sign checks (known as "warrants") issued by the County Treasurer.
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