Commission meetings are held every Tuesday morning at 10:00a.
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The Weber County Commission consists of three members elected at-large from the County. Two commission seats are elected at the same election, the other commission seat is elected two years later. All terms of office are four years. Commission seats must be filled through the partisan political system.
The County Commission form of government is somewhat unique in that the commissioners act as the legislative arm of this level of government, and then have to act as the administrative arm as well. This places great responsibility on an individual serving as a County Commissioner. Commissioners must develop policies for the County, and then administer the functions effected by those policies.
The main function of the County Commission is to develop public policy, to adopt ordinances and regulations, and to establish a budgetary process to implement these policies.
Departments / Elected Officials
- Our duty – as set forth by statute – requires the Assessor to evaluate property, both real and personal, at its respective fair market value for the purpose of taxation.
- Our objective is to efficiently conduct and complete our duties as fairly, accurately, and equitably as possible. Our commitment to the community must remain one of exceptional service and cooperation.
Board of Equalization
Correctional Facility (Jail)
Golden Spike Events Center
The Ice Sheet
Ogden Eccles Conf. Center
Weber Economic Development Partnership
Weber Housing authority
Weber Human Services
Weber Morgan Domestic Violence Coalition
Weber Morgan Children’s Justice Center
- Farr West
- North Ogden
- Plain City
- Pleasant View
- South Ogden
- Washington Terrace
- West Haven
- Nordic Valley
- West Weber