The Waldo County Commissioners are the County’s chief elected officials and are ultimately responsible for the fiscal operations and policy decisions affecting the County of Waldo’s government. They have authority over all County offices, including elected and appointed officials. They are also responsible for preparing and monitoring the County budget (although the final decision of the budget is performed by a Budget Committee process), the County’s tax assessment, and various appeals and hearings.
The Waldo County Commissioners hold their monthly court sessions as needed to complete County business. Generally, the monthly Regular Court sessions occur on the first and
third Wednesday of each month. Special sessions are often scheduled and occasionally the regular sessions are rescheduled. The Commissioners’ Court Sessions are open to the public. *Please note that during the COVID-19 Pandemic, all Commissioners Court Sessions will be held by Zoom videoconference.
Each Commissioner is elected by the voters from within their respective district. The County of Waldo has three districts and each Commissioner serves a term of four years.
Commissioners Court Calendar (including Agendas & Minutes)
Budget Committee Agendas & Minutes
Road Hearing Notices, Minutes and Decrees
Tax Abatement Notices, Minutes and Decrees
County of Waldo Public Informational Meeting Notice of Old Waldo County Jail Cleanup scheduled for May 11, 2017
Brownfields EPA Cleanup Grant for Old Jail, Jailers House and Barn
Notifications and Press Releases