Board of Yakima County Commissioners

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Commissioners Calendar

The weekly calendar is published every Friday and is subject to change. Please contact the Clerk of the Board at 509-574-1500 to confirm the daily meeting schedule.

The Board of Yakima County Commissioners will hold a special open public meeting on Friday, December 6, 2019 at 1:00 pm at the City of Yakima City Hall Council Chambers: 129 N 2nd St., Yakima to consider the candidates for the vacancy of District One Yakima County Commissioner, after which the Board will vote to appoint one candidate to fill the vacancy.

For more information contact the Clerk of the Board at (509-574-1500) Toll Free 800-572-7354, Fax 509-574-1501 or email:

There will be no Regular Agenda Meeting on Tuesday, December 24 or Tuesday, December 31


  1. Office Info
  2. Mike Leita  District 1
  3. Ron Anderson  District 2
  4. Norm Childress District 3
Contact us
Office Hours
Weekly Agenda Meeting
Phone: 509-574-1500
Yakima County Courthouse
Monday - Friday
Each Tuesday at 10:00 am
Fax: 509-574-1501 128 N. 2nd Street Room 232
9:00 am -4:00 pm
City Council Chambers


Yakima WA 98901
  129 N. 2nd Street
Yakima WA 98901
Under rules devised by each board, the commissioners meet at such frequency and at such locations as deemed necessary and a chair is elected to preside over these meetings. The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) encourages public comment concerning agenda items and/or Commission related issues during the regular agenda meetings.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Copies of Resolutions and Contracts are available on request from the Clerk of the Board: 509-574-1500
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes
All Yakima County Elected Officials are responsible for the administration and operation of their respective and independent departments. The Board of County Commissioners is responsible for the overall executive administration of Yakima County government.

As an elected board, the County Commissioners are responsible for direct oversight of the following County operations: Public Services, Department of Corrections, Human Resources, Technology Services, Purchasing, Grants Management, Financial Services and Department of Assigned Counsel. The county is divided into 3 districts on the basis of population. At the time of election each commissioner must live in and represent his/her district. The commissioners are partisan and are nominated in a primary election by voters in their particular district. All the voters in the county are given an opportunity in the general election to vote for the commissioner who will ultimately serve the 4-year term.

Further Duties
In addition to the oversight of these departments, the Board's duties include adopting and enacting ordinances and resolutions, levying taxes and establishing county policies. As the County's legislative authority, the Board is responsible for adoption of the annual budget, provision and maintenance of public facilities, construction and maintenance of County roads, development and implementation of planning and zoning policies, and appointments to advisory boards and commissions.