County Board of Commissioners
The County Board meetings are held:
- 6:30 p.m.
- 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month
- 7:00 p.m. Citizen’s Forum
- In the Board Room (Suite 160A) in the lower level of the Government Center
In May 2016 we began broadcasting online County Board Meetings as they are occurring. No decision has been made to permanently broadcast County Board meetings online. You are able to watch the County Board Meetings by clicking on the link to: Media Center and look in ’Channels’ for County Board of Commissioner Meeting. NOTE: This Channel will only be listed if we are broadcasting a Live Video of the Chisago County Board of Commissioners Meeting.
Agendas & Minutes
The 5 member County Board serves as the chief legislative and policy making body of the county. Members are elected from geographic districts and serve staggered 4 year terms. While no minimum education or prior experience is required for becoming a county commissioner, individual backgrounds and personalities can enhance the effectiveness of county commissioners.
- Chris DuBose, District #1, (Term = 01/07/2019 to 12/31/2022)
- Rick Greene, District #2, Chair; (Term = 01/05/2021 to 12/31/2024)
- Marlys Dunne, District #3; (Term = 01/05/2021 to 12/31/2024)
- Ben Montzka, District #4; Vice Chair, (Term = 01/07/2019 to 12/31/2022)
- VACANT, District #5; (Term = 01/05/2021 to 12/31/2024)
If you’re unsure which district you’re in, this Commissioner Districts Map - Adopted 04/27/2012 (PDF). may help.
Effective for the term beginning the first Monday in January 2023, will be the Commissioner Districts Map - Adopted 04/13/2022 (PDF).
County Board Terms Beginning January 2023
|Length of Term||Years of Term|
|District #1||4 years||2023 - 2026|
|District #2||4 years||2023 - 2026|
|District #3||4 years||2023 - 2026|
|District #4||2 years||2023 - 2024|
|District #5||2 years||2023 - 2024|
County Commissioners oversee county activities and work to ensure that citizen concerns are met, federal and state requirements are fulfilled, and county operations run smoothly.
County Commissioners spend a lot of time working with and representing people. They attend regular meetings of the County Board as well as meetings of County Board subcommittees and county-related boards and commissions.
They represent county concerns before local, state and national boards and commissions, including School Board, City Councils, Township Boards, and State/Federal Offices. County Commissioners also work with constituents and respond to constituent concerns.
Redistricting was approved by the County Board via Resolution No. 22/0413-1 (PDF). Effective for the 2022 election for the term beginning the first Monday in January 2023.