The mission of the Lee County Commission is to provide for the safety and welfare of all citizens through the delivery of essential public services. Lee County is primarily an administrative and executive unit of government operating by laws set by the Alabama Legislature.
Other elected county officials include the Revenue Commissioner, Probate Judge, Sheriff, and Coroner. These officials are independent of the County Commission's authority, but the Commission does have responsibility for the budgets of each elected official's office.
Visit the Commission Office web pages to view upcoming meeting agendas and minutes of past meetings. You can also apply online for jobs with the County and download forms and information from the many departments that report to the County Commission.
The Revenue Commissioner is responsible for property tax assessments and collection. Additionally, this office issues motor vehicle titles and registrations. Visit these web pages to download forms and get answers to frequently asked questions.
The Probate Judge is responsible for wills and estates cases, guardianships and conservatorships, mental health commitment hearings, eminent domain land condemnation cases, and the processing of adoptions, name changes, legitimations and related matters. Additionally, this office issues drivers, marriage, business, boat, hunting, and fishing licenses. The Probate Judge serves as the Chairman of the Lee County Commission.
The Sheriff's website includes information on each of their divisions as well as useful contact numbers.