1. County Clerk

    The County Clerk's Office is the official repository of all records created within the County such as Local Laws, certain resolutions, insurance policies, and county foreclosures.

  2. County Attorney

    The County's Legal Counsel.

  3. Elections

    Locate useful information for participating in elections.

  4. Information Technology (IT)

    IT is responsible for maintaining and updating software for several departments and agencies, troubleshooting technology related issues and facilitating the voice communications network for the entire county.

  5. Planning

    The Planning Department serves the current and future residents of the County to help them prepare for economic development, industry growth and increases in population.