Elections and Voting
According to State Law, the Kalamazoo County Apportionment Commission is responsible for establishing the number of seats and boundaries of the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioner districts within the County. This task has to be completed within 60 days of the board being provided the 2020 census data. The Commissioner districts must be drawn so that equal population is distributed throughout the county.
Once the plan is approved, it will be in effect for 10 years.
The County Apportionment Commission consists of the County Clerk, the County Treasurer, the Prosecuting Attorney, and the statutory County chairperson of each of the two political parties whose candidates for Secretary of State received the most votes in the last election for that office. In Kalamazoo County it is the Democratic Party and Republican Party.
- Kalamazoo County Clerk & Register of Deeds Meredith Place
- Kalamazoo County Treasurer Thomas L. Whitener
- Kalamazoo County Prosecuting Attorney Jeffrey S. Getting
- Kalamazoo County Democratic Party Chair Mariah Phelps
- Kalamazoo County Republican Party Chair Scott D. McGraw
The term is equal to member’s length of office.
No meetings are currently scheduled
Clerk / Register of Deeds
Chief Deputy Clerk / Register of Deeds
8:00am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday