Each month the Board of Miami County Commissioners publishes the Insight Newsletter online to keep the public informed of key activities happening in the county. Subscribe to receive your copy of the Insight in your email each month.
Each commissioner is elected at large to serve a four-year term. The State of Ohio consists of 88 counties all served by a board of county commissioners with the exception of two counties, Cuyahoga and Summit, each of which operates under a Charter form of government.
The general responsibilities of the board are centered in the areas of financial management, management of county facilities, and personnel administration. The Board of County Commissioners works in cooperation with the other elected officials. The board exercises its statutory powers in budgeting, appropriating monies, levying taxes, issuing bonds and notes, and letting contracts for public works and services.
Other responsibilities of the commissioners include:
Hearing and ruling on annexations, road petitions, and zoning applications
Approving drainage improvements through the petition ditch process
Establishing water and sewer districts and making improvements
Providing for solid waste disposal
The Board of Miami County Commissioners is directly responsible for the following county offices: