Commissioners Ed Humphrey, David Painter and David H. Uible welcome you to vibrant and historic Clermont County, Ohio. Recognizing its continued growth prospects, Clermont County is actively working to ensure this community of more than 200,000 continues to be a great place to live, work, and raise a family.
The Board of County Commissioners prepares and administers the overall county budget, is the county’s contracting authority, and develops and adopts policies for the administration of county services. The Commissioners implement laws and rules put forth by state agencies and the Legislature.
Our number one priority continues to be economic development; this is critical in creating jobs for today and stabilizing our county for the future. These jobs directly translate into revenues for local businesses and government.
We are proud of the combined local and state efforts that have resulted in new life for the former Ford transmission plant in Batavia Township, now known as the IRG Building. The University of Cincinnati became the first tenant in the facility in 2010, resulting in more opportunities for residents of this area to receive four-year degrees in careers that are steadily in demand. Today, almost 500 people work at the IRG Building, including 300 at Huhtamaki, a global leader in consumer packaging.
Your Commissioners are committed to maintaining an open and transparent government. The Commissioners hold sessions at 10 a.m. on most Mondays and Wednesdays. Sessions of the Board are held in the third-floor session room of the Clermont County Administration Building, located at 101 E. Main Street in Batavia, Ohio. Check the Calendar for a schedule of upcoming meetings dates and times.
For additional information about the Board of Clermont County Commissioners, call (513) 732-7300.