County Board

2023 Nicollet Co Board of Commissioners

Nicollet County Board of Commissioners

There are five Commissioners on the County Board. Each Commissioner represents one of five districts:

Commissioner Districts

Enter your address in the Polling Place Finder to determine which Commissioner district you live in. Also listed will be:

  • Your City/Township
  • Your congressional, legislative, judicial and school districts
  • Your assigned polling location (or mail ballot designation)

View the Nicollet County Commissioner District Map (PDF) - adopted 4/19/2022

About the Commission

The Nicollet County Board of Commissioners are elected to set policy, approve a budget and establish overall goals for Nicollet County. A commissioner’s term of office is four years. Commissioners also serve on various intergovernmental committees and boards.

Roles and Responsibilities 

2024 Committees, Meetings and Board Assignments

Commissioner Board Meetings

Board meetings occur on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 9:00 a.m. unless otherwise noted. All meetings are held at the Nicollet County Government Center at 501 S. Minnesota Ave in St. Peter, MN. 

2024 Board Meeting & Workshop Dates

Guidelines for Requested Resolutions and Proclamations

The Nicollet County Board of Commissioners is a nonpartisan body that does not advocate for positions or policies that do not have a direct, unambiguous, and explicit relationship to the County's programs, services, policies, or budgets. The below policy outlines the permitted reasons for Board proclamations and resolutions, as well as how these guidelines are administered. 

Nicollet County Guidelines for Requested Resolutions and Proclamations

Addressing the Board of Commissioners

Members of the public who wish to address the Board of Commissioners at a meeting may contact County Administration at (507) 934-7893 before noon on the Thursday preceding the Board meeting. This information is needed to manage the Board's schedule. The Board will not take action on requests received during the public comment portion, but will direct County staff to respond appropriately to issues raised by citizens. Please note that there is a three (3) minute time limit per person.

Agendas & Minutes

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