Board of Health
The Board of Health oversees the Public Health Nurses and Sanitarian Offices. It is responsible for the general well-being of the public. The terms of the members are for three years.

Board of Review
The members of the County Board of Review are appointed by the County Conference Board for six year terms. Their wages are $100.00 per diem and actual expenses incurred in carrying out their duties. The Board of Review meets on the first day in May and works from day to day thereafter until its review is completed, which shall not be later than the first day of June in odd numbered years, and July 15 to August 15, in even numbered years. It is the duty of the Board of Review to examine all assessments made by the County Assessor and if necessary, to equalize valuations.
Civil Service Commission
This board is responsible for the administration of hiring practices and disciplinary actions regarding Sheriff deputies.
Communications Board
Compensation Board
Annually submits a recommended salary schedule of elected county officials to the Board of Supervisors.
E-911 Board

Eminent Domain Condemnation Compensation Commission
This board's duty is to appraise property that a government is purchasing under the eminent domain law. The property owner and the government are at conflict over the terms of the purchase and this board reports its findings to the district judge. The appointment to this board is on an annual basis.
ISU Extension and Outreach
120 South Main Street
PO Box 357

General -
Rita Severson, Office Point of Contact/Bookkeeper -
Tammy Muller, County 4-H & Youth Coordinator -
Shannon Durbin, Office Assistant -
Historic Preservation Commission
Members of the Clayton County Historic Preservation Commission are appointed annually.
Inheritance Tax Appraisers

Appointed by the Chief Judge, 1st District

Judicial Magistrate Appointing Commission
Pioneer Cemetery Commission
Planning and Zoning Commission
The purpose of the Planning & Zoning Commission is to prevent and lessen the congestion in streets and highways to secure safety from fire, flood, panic and other dangers; to protect public health and general welfare; to provide adequate light and air; to prevent overcrowding of land; to avoid undue concentration of population; to facilitate the adequate provision of transportation, water, sewage, schools, parks and other public requirements; to conserve the value of buildings and encourage the most appropriate use of land throughout the county in accordance with the comprehensive zoning ordinance.

The Planning & Zoning Commission is responsible for making recommendations on all matters relative to the ordinance by which it affects and guides the entire region to unified development of the region.
Each member serves a five year term.

Regional DHS Advisory Board
Each member serves a one year term.
Soil and Water Commission
Upper Explorerland
Veteran Affairs
The Veteran Affairs office is located in the Clayton County Office Building. The hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:00-12:00, 12:30 to 4:00. The director is a County Veterans national service officer and a member of NACVSO.

The director is responsible for service work; the filing of any and all forms for the veteran/dependent to obtain Federal or State benefits.

The director is also responsible for the dispersal of any monetary assistance following an application process and approval by the Clayton County Verteran Affairs commissioners.

Contact Information

Zoning Board of Adjustment
The Board of Adjustment is a quasi-judicial body within the zoning process framework for the purpose of assuring individuals equal and reasonable treatment under the zoning ordinance.

Clayton County Disaster Recovery Committee
The Mission of the Clayton County Disaster Recovery Committee (CCDRC)

To coordinate the disaster recovery efforts in Clayton County for individuals of disasters striving to serve the full range of human needs and interfacing with ecumenical, service agencies, and organizations with unmet needs.

The Clayton County Disaster Recovery Committee (CCDRC) was formed in 1999 after major flooding. Additional needs were identified when the traditional services were not enough for recovery from the disaster and that there were many un-met needs left to be addressed within the county.

The CCDRC is a locally based organization with membership that consist of voluntary agencies, Interfaith, private sector businesses and government agencies such as Community Action.

When a disaster occurs, local communities must have the ability to maximize their resources. The CCDRC is the unmet needs committee that through collective resources and networking, gives the local community the mechanism to accomplish the task.

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