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The Open-Door Law does not guarantee the right to speak at public meetings. However, the President of the Board of Commissioners may open the floor to public comment to address matters which are related to County Government. If you are called upon to speak, please state your name and address the entire board and not just one person. Please limit your comments to 5 minutes. The President of the Board of Commissioners shall control the amount of time each person is allowed to speak.
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The Commissioners represent all citizens of Jefferson County. However, each Commissioner resides in the District they serve.
Jefferson County is broken down into 3 districts; an upper, middle and lower.
View the map of districts and to see who your Commissioner is (PDF).
All Commissioners meetings are held twice a month at 5:00pm in the Commissioners office at:
300 E Main Street
Madison, Indiana 47250
For a complete list view the Commissioners Meetings (PDF).
Yes! We encourage the public to come to as many meetings as they choose. If you are unable to attend a meeting, our agendas and minutes are posted on the homepage.
Upon occasion, the Commissioners will be required to meet in an executive session. Executive Sessions are not open to the public. During an executive session, Commissioners are only allowed to only discuss certain topics according to IC 5-14-1.5-6.1. The topic that will be discussed will be posted on the agenda.
Agenda requests should be submitted to the Commissioners Office at least 48 hours before the meeting. View Agenda request Form.