Commission Meeting August 5

A commission meeting will be held on August 5, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. The meeting scheduled on August 9th is cancelled.

Commission Meeting August 52022-08-05T17:38:48-05:00

Closed Meeting March 10th 2022

NOTICE OF CLOSED MEETING OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION March 10, 2022 (Posted, March 9, 2022, at 3:15 p.m.) Notice is hereby given that the St. Francois County Commission will conduct a meeting as authorized by section 610.021 (3) RSMo at 1 West Liberty, Farmington, Missouri at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, 2022 in the [...]

Closed Meeting March 10th 20222022-03-10T09:44:26-06:00

Saint Francois County Seal Contest

The county is having a contest to update our current seal. The contest will end on February 28th, 2022, no submissions after that point will be accepted. For further information and entry, please click the link below:   Saint Francois County Seal Contest

Saint Francois County Seal Contest2022-01-13T11:03:47-06:00

Commission Meeting Cancelled

Due to unforeseen circumstances and the possibility of no Quorum, the Commission meeting will be cancelled Tuesday, January 12, 2021.

Commission Meeting Cancelled2021-01-08T15:17:27-06:00

St. Francois County achievements over the past few years

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 achievements over the past few years2020-01-31T08:04:23-06:00

Personnel Policies Handbook – June 18, 2019 Revisions

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 [email protected]. Personnel Policies Handbook (FINAL June 18 Revisions) Vehicle Accident Report Report of Injury Form

Personnel Policies Handbook – June 18, 2019 Revisions2024-02-14T14:55:49-06:00

Changes to our payroll system

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 [...]

Changes to our payroll system2018-07-31T13:07:58-05:00
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