|Gilliam County Judge
Elizabeth Farrar Campbell
|Gilliam County Commissioner
| Gilliam County Commissioner
The County Court is the administrative office of Gilliam County. The Court sets policy for the County, oversees all non-elected departments, and represents the County in various forums.
The County Court consists of a County Judge and two Commissioners. The Judge is an elected, nonpartisan position and serves a 6-year term. The Judge functions as the day-to-day Administrator of the County and Chairman of the Court, as well as serving as Juvenile and Probate Judge. The Commissioners are partisan positions and are elected to serve for a 4-year term. Pursuant to Measure 11-26 passing, Gilliam County Commissioner positions will be nonpartisan beginning 2022.
The County Court is currently holding meetings in person and by videoconference via the Zoom platform on the first and third Wednesdays of each month starting at 10:00 am. Special meetings are held as needed. All meetings are open to the public and public comment on agenda items is welcomed.
How to get on the Court’s Agenda:
Requests to have an item placed on the County Court’s agenda must be submitted no later than Wednesday, 3:00 p.m. the week prior to the Court Meeting requested. Submit to: Gilliam County Court Administrative Assistant, Teresa Aldrich, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Duties & Services
- Manage business affairs
- Prepare and monitor the Budget
- Personnel administration
- Advocate for Gilliam County at the State Legislature
- Liaison assignments to local, regional, and state boards
- Approve Ordinances (County Laws), Resolutions, and Court Orders
- Address everyday concerns of local citizens
Association of Oregon Counties
League of Oregon Cities
State of Oregon
National Association of Counties
Oregon Blue Book
Gilliam County Quick Facts (2010 Census) and Census Guide