19 Supervisors are elected by district, for a two-year term, on a non-partisan basis. No county officer or employee is eligible to be a County Supervisor. A Supervisor may also be a member of a town board, city council, or village board.
About the Board
The St. Croix County Board of Supervisors operates under a committee system and county administrator form of government. The County Board of Supervisors’ responsibilities are as follows:
Exercises policy supervision of County activities through its committee system
Adopts the annual County Budget and establishes a tax rate for the support of County services