|The Apache County Board of Supervisors is the governing body for the county, and a number of special districts. Each member represents one of the three supervisorial districts, which are divided geographically and by population. The Board meets at least every first and third Tuesday of each month. Members of the board are elected to four-year terms, and may serve an unlimited number of terms and must be residents of the district they represent. Board members elect a new chairman at their first meeting each year. The chairman conducts all formal and informal meetings, which are open to the public. The Vice-Chairman substitutes when the Chairman is absent.
Vision and Mission Statement
We envision a future where residents are healthy and successful and where our communities are safe and vibrant. We will strive to meet and exceed expectations by engaging people and communities in developing innovative solutions to challenges. We will be a diverse learning organization. We will partner with others to enhance the quality of life in Apache County and the region.
Notices and Agendas for all Regular and Special Apache County Board of Supervisors, The Apache County Flood Control District, The Apache County Library District, The Apache County Public Health Services District, The Apache County Juvenile Jail District and The Apache County Jail District Meetings will be posted at least 24 hours prior to the meeting at the County Courthouse, County Annex Building in St. Johns Arizona and on the County’s web site.