District 1, Robert Quanz District 2, Jack D. Dunn District 3, Kenneth Rose*
Time and Place of MeetingsThe County Commission meets every Monday at 8:30 a.m. in the Jury Room located on the third floor of the County Courthouse, 301 State Street, Phillipsburg, Kansas. If a holiday falls on Monday, the meeting is moved to Tuesday of that week. All meetings are open to the public.
Duties of Commission
The Phillips County Commissioners are vested by Kansas State Statute 19-212 with both legislative and administrative powers and duties. These powers and duties include the following.
1. Supervision of county property 2. Organization of township following statutory procedures 3. Control of the financial affairs of the county 4. Approval of the annual budget 5. Levying of county taxes 6. Designation of depositories for the County Treasurer 7. Construction and maintenance of county roads and bridges 8. Approval of land use and zoning policies for the county 9. Issuance of bonds 10. Awarding of contracts 11. Incorporation of cities 12. Creation of special districts 13. Setting of salaries of all county officials 14. Providing a jail, courthouse, office space, and supplies for all county officers and the district court 15. Appointment of members of various boards and commissions
The Commission also serves as the County Board of Canvassers for elections.