Meet Your County Supervisors:

Supervisor SimmonsRowle P. Simmons, Chairman
District 1 Supervisor
Administration Building
Elected 2013
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Supervisor ThurmanThomas Thurman, Member
District 2 Supervisor
Dewey Annex
Elected 2005
Website
Supervisor DavisChip Davis, Member
District 3 Supervisor
Cottonwood Annex
Elected 1996
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Supervisor BrownCraig Brown, Vice-Chairman
District 4 Supervisor
Administration Building
Elected 2013
Website
Supervisor SmithJack R. Smith, Member
District 5 Supervisor
Dewey Annex
Elected 2013
Website

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors is responsible for the financing and administration of County government, has final approval over County department budgets, governs tax rates and calculates all other tax rates.

The Board also has final approval for all zoning and use permits in the unincorporated areas of the County.

The Board consists of five members elected to four year terms representing the five supervisor districts. The Board members conduct business during public meetings which are held every other Monday. A schedule for the Board meetings is available to the public. The agendas are made available on each Wednesday prior to the meeting at both the Cottonwood and Prescott Board of Supervisors offices, and on the official Yavapai County World Wide Web Homepage.

If a special Board meeting is called a public notice is posted at least 24-hours prior to the meeting and an agenda is made available to the public. (For more information see Public Meetings)

The Board of Supervisors also acts as the board of directors for certain special districts within the County such as the Prescott East, Seligman, and Granite Gardens Sanitary Districts; the Ash Fork, Seligman and Yarnell Street Lighting Improvement Districts; the Yavapai County Free Library District; Yavapai County Flood Control District; and for County Road Improvement districts.

As part of its administrative duties, the Board is responsible for appointing members of County boards and commissions dealing with planning and zoning, building codes, health, employees and employee benefits, private industry, and agriculture. (For a complete list of specific boards and commissions see Boards and Commissions).

In addition, the Board is responsible for appointing the directors of the 18 County departments.

The Board also works with other governmental bodies such as the towns and cities within Yavapai County, the United States Forest Service and other state and federal governmental agencies.