THERE ARE THREE SEATS UP FOR ELECTION ON NOVEMBER 8. THIS INCLUDES DISTRICTS 1, 4 & 5.
The Reno County Commission approved a Resolution that allowed voters to decide whether to have five (5) elected commissioners compared with the current three (3) member governing body. Voters approved the expansion question in the November 2, 2021 election.
Two of the current commissioners will remain in office (Districts 2 & 3), while the Commissioner for District 1 has chosen not to run for re-election. An additional two commissioners will be elected by residents of the two new districts (Districts 4 & 5).
See the district map here: https://arcg.is/09K9ub
To view filings, visit www.renogov.org/DocumentCenter/View/10086/2022-PRIMARY-OFFICES-candidates-Local?bidId=
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A RENO COUNTY COMMISSIONER?
The role of a County Commissioner is to adopt resolutions and set policies for the effective administration of government services. They also adopt budgets, order the levying of taxes, and set County goals. The Commissioners work closely with the County Administrator, who is responsible for the oversight of the County departments and employees. Commissioners also serve as county representatives and meet with constituents to hear concerns and gather input.
Click here for Resolution 2015-04 (PDF) outlining the roles of the Commission and County Administrator.
Reno County Commissioners meet the second, fourth and sometimes fifth Tuesday of the month at 9am and receive $10,800/year. Benefits are optional for elected officials, including KPERS retirement. County Commissioners serve four-year terms and must reside within their district boundaries.
August 2, 2022- Primaries
October 18, 2022- Voter Registration Deadline for General Election
November 8, 2022- General Election
January 10, 2023- New Commissioners Sworn in
Learn more about the expansion and the role of a Commissioner below: