County Commissioner Appointments
View and download a listing of county department directors, and appointments made by the commissioners to various committees and boards.
Commissions & Committee Vacancies & Application
Any current vacancies are listed below. Interested, qualified individuals who wish to be considered for appointment must fill out the committee application form at the bottom of this page. DEADLINES TO APPLY FOR OPENINGS ARE LISTED BELOW.
Middle Fork Crow River Watershed District Supervisor:
The Meeker County Board of Commissioners is seeking individuals interested in appointment to serve a three-year term as a Middle Fork Watershed District Board Manager. Interested individuals must have a residence in Meeker County within the jurisdictional boundary of the Middle Fork Watershed District. Questions can be directed to the Meeker County Auditor's Office at 320-693-5212. Application deadline is March 26, 2021 at 4 p.m.
Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Committee Vacancies:
The Meeker County Board of Commissioners is seeking individuals interested in serving on the AIS Committee to fill four (4) upcoming vacancies. The purpose of this committee is to draft and maintain a delegation agreement and plan regarding Aquatic Invasive Species funding that has been allocated to Meeker County, to establish priorities for said funds, and to periodically review the delegation agreement and plan and make modifications as needed to be consistent with Funding. The AIS Committee generally meets once monthly on Wednesdays as needed. Members receive a per diem of $70 per meeting attended plus round-trip mileage at the current IRS business rate. Terms are for a period of three (3) years with term limits of five (5) consecutive terms. Application deadline is April 1, 2021 at 4 p.m.
The Meeker County Board of Commissioners is seeking individuals interested in serving on the Public Health Advisory Committee to fill one (1) upcoming vacancies. This committee provides advice to the planning, implementation, evaluation, and ongoing management of Public Health programs. The committee is comprised of community representatives from various community sectors including health care, education, the business community, and the community at large. Members provide information and insight to the department director on health-related issues, alternate approaches to programs and services, and monitors financial performance. Meetings are held on the third Wednesday, ever other month (Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep, Nov) at 8 a.m. in Litchfield. Members serve two (2) year terms with no term limits. Application deadline is April 1, 2021 at 4 p.m.