Citizen Input and Involvement

Campbell County welcomes and encourages civic participation. There are numerous avenues whereby Campbell County residents and property owners may contribute their efforts, opinion and other input to be considered within the decision-making process.

Get Informed

A valuable first step in participation is to stay abreast of Campbell County activities and issues. To find out about current or recent commission actions, visit the County Commissioners website. Listed there, are links to commission meetings and agendas and minutes. Also present on the website is information regarding each department, as well as boards and commissions. 

Get Involved

The Campbell County Board of Commissioners appoints citizens to serve on 23 different boards that address various aspects of Campbell County's quality of life. A list of boards, their members and current vacancies can be found on our County Boards webpage. Citizens interested in serving on a board may obtain an application from the Office of the Commissioners. An online application, as well as a printable application are also available. Applications are only accepted at the time of vacancy. For additional information regarding county boards, please call the Office of the Commissioners at 307-682-7283.

Bring Input and/or Concern Before County Commission

Campbell County values your opinion and invites you to address the Board of Commissioners on matters of interest or concern related to the greater good of Campbell County. Citizen input is most effective when solutions accompany concerns brought to the commissions attention. The Board of Commissioners has adopted a meeting decorum protocol that governs time, place and manner of expression to ensure responsiveness to ensure responsiveness to your concern. Please take time to familiarize yourself with the Meeting Protocol and Rules for Decorum prior to offering public comment during commissioner meetings. 

To request a topic be placed on the Commissioners meeting agenda, please contact the Board of Commissioners Office at (307) 682-7283.