Board of County Commissioners

Administrative Body


The Board of Greene County Commissioners is the general administrative body for county government and serves as the taxing, budgeting, appropriating, and purchasing authority for Greene County.

Departments under their jurisdiction provide a variety of services to the residents of the county.

Members and Duties


Their duties and authority are specifically outlined in the Ohio Revised Code.

Each commissioner is elected at-large to serve a four-year term.

Commissioners Tom Koogler, Alan Anderson and Bob Glaser
Commissioners Tom Koogler, Alan Anderson and Bob Glaser
  1. Greene County had a Banner Year in 2016

    On April 21st the Greene County Community Improvement Corporation and the Greene County Board of Commissioners presented the Annual Report to the Community. Greene County’s Director of Development, Paul Newman Jr. Read on...
  2. Two Greene County Departments Receive Awards

    Two Greene County Departments Receive Awards - Records Center and Archives and Risk Management. Read on...
  3. More money in your pocket

    Greene County Commissioners voted to approve a .5 mill property tax roll back at today’s meeting. The roll back is for 2017 taxes that will be collected in 2018. Property owners will save approximately $1.9 million collectively. Read on...
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