The Controller’s Office was established June 1, 2005 by the Board of Commissioners to provide financial, budgetary, personnel, and other administrative services. The Controller serves as the County’s Chief Administrative and Financial Officer. The Controller works closely with the Board of Commissioners researching and developing procedures for County policies.

Budget Administration,  State Treasury Public Audits, Accounting- Payroll and Accounts Payable, Human Resources and Personnel Administration, Labor Negotiations, Employee Benefits, Central Purchasing, Insurances: Liability and Worker Compensation, Grants, Providing administrative support and research for the board and department, Working closely with auditor and legal council, operations and oversight of several county departments.