Welcome to the Logan County Commissioners Office!
We are always glad to meet with you to discuss any county government matter. For your convenience, we suggest that you contact our office in advance to schedule an appointment.
We believe you will find the information provided here useful. Please contact our office with questions or comments you may have.
- 8:30 a.m.
- Tuesdays and Thursdays
- 117 E. Columbus Ave.
Bellefontaine, OH 43311
- Special meetings may be held at other pre announced times or locations.
Role of County Commissioners
The three members of the Board of County Commissioners comprise the general administrative body of the Logan County government. The Commissioners oversee county government operations as authorized by the state legislature.
- Budget for the county general fund and county agencies
- Authorization of funds appropriations and purchases
- Economic Development
- Job and Family Services programs
- Child Support Enforcement
- Building regulations
- Solid Waste Management District and recycling programs
- Logan Acres Care Center and Homestead
- Maintenance of county buildings
- Hearings and rulings on annexations and drainage improvements
- Water and sewer infrastructure development and maintenance
- Dog control
- Many other county related projects in cooperation with elected officials, appointing authorities, boards, and agencies throughout Logan County
2020 CENSUS (March 2020)
You'll be able to reply online, by mail or by phone.
Let's all be a part of a complete and accurate count of our community's population.
There are $675 Billion in federally funded programs that are distributed to communities based on their population. Additionally, congressional seats are also determined by each state's population.
Please do your part! it's fast, easy, and completely confidential.
LOGAN COUNTY BUILDING AUTHORITY
Office: 937-5927473 Fax: 937-592-7589
Cancelation of APRIL 1, 2020 meeting
The Contractors and Design Professionals meeting scheduled for April 1, 2020 has been canceled due to Governor DeWine calling for a “State of Emergency” and asking for limitations on indoor public assemblies.
The Logan County Health District has also cancelled their portion of the meeting and will release a public notice to that effect.
Both departments will work together to find a suitable time and, if necessary, new venue at the earliest date possible. Keep informed by routinely checking with both our websites.
Thanks, and stay healthy,
Michael Reffitt, LCBA
John Clary, LCHD
The Logan County Board of Elections is in need of poll workers for the March 17, 2020 Primary Election this coming Tuesday. Poll workers must be registered voters (age 18 or older).
The polls will be open from 6:30am to 7:30pm. The Board of Elections will pay poll worker volunteers $10 to complete the required training and an additional $133.82 if assigned to do poll work.
Please pass this information along to any friends, especially college students, who may be interested.
At their sole discretion, appointing authorities may allow county employees to serve as poll workers using either vacation pay, regular pay, or unpaid leave. County employees should speak with their supervisor or department head before volunteering to serve as poll workers.
If you would like to volunteer, please contact the Logan County Board of Elections at (937) 599-7255.