The Board of Commissioners is the governing board and policy-making body of County government. While many of the powers, duties and responsibilities are prescribed by law, and diffused through the wide-spread use of commissions, boards, committees and independently elected county officers, the Board is in charge of developing and approving County policy, which includes setting the County budget.
The seven Commissioners are elected to two-year terms on a partisan basis from single-member districts. Regular sessions of the Board are on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, at 9:30 a.m., and at such other times and days as may be established. Board of the Administration Building at 1087 Newell Street, White Cloud, Michigan.