Due to unforeseen circumstances and the possibility of no Quorum, the Commission meeting will be cancelled Tuesday, January 12, 2021.
The 2021 Budge has been approved and can viewed below.
St. Francois County officially became a First-Class County on January 1, 2013. Dr. David Cramp was the Presiding Commissioner at that time and did a wonderful job in handling the day-to-day operations during this transition of our classification by the State of Missouri. In fact, Dr. Cramp led the way in the conversion and is [...]
St. Francois County Purchasing Policy - Approved 10.1.19
These are handbook revisions we will be voting on July 1st. Any questions, comments, or concerns; please direct them to the County Clerks Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Personnel Policies Handbook (FINAL June 18 Revisions) Vehicle Accident Report Report of Injury Form
St. Francois became a County in late 1821. At that time employees received a wage of about $10 per week. There were no deductions as income taxes would not come for another 92 years. There was no health insurance or other items that would reduce their pay. In short, the Treasurer simply handed you an [...]
In 1851 our St. Francois County jail was a log structure. A man did not like our jail and decided to burn it down! He apparently had only one available brain cell and it did not alert him to the simple fact that setting a building on fire, that was designed to be difficult to [...]
The work on the County’s new WEBER ROAD FACILITY (WRF) is progressing nicely. We were blessed with the donation of this wonderful building by BJC/Parkland Health Center in early 2017. Tenants in the building at present are Missouri Circuit District 24 Public Defenders, St. Francois County Community Partnership, Drug Court, Juvenile Center offices and our [...]