Champaign County Board
Pattsi Petrie, Chair
James Quisenberry, Vice-Chair
The County Board Chair, with the advice and consent of the County Board makes appointments to
certain governmental bodies.
The closing date for accepting applications is the
third Friday of the month prior to the
Committee of the Whole meeting of the month in which the appointment is to take place.
For instance: If the Committee of the Whole meeting is in June, then
the deadline for applications would be the third Friday in May.
Please See Individual Press Release for Specific Date of Application Deadline
The County Board Chair reserves the right to change the application deadline, if
Please return completed applications to:
Champaign County Administrative Services
Attn: County Board Appointment Request
Brookens Administrative Center
1776 E. Washington St.
Urbana, IL 61802-4581
Follow this link for map and directions to Brookens
For further information regarding County Board Appointments please contact
the County Board Office at (217) 384-3772 or by email at
(click on the link for more information)
County Board Resolution No. 3438 "A Non-Binding Resolution for Determination of Political Affiliation"
Gender Balance Appointment Act
Select the Appointed Body below and then press the GO button:
Posted information includes Appointees, Terms of Office, Contact Information,
Qualifications for Appointment, Statutory Reference and Application for
Click here for currently vacant appointments.
Click here for appointments that expire in 2016.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
COMPOSITION: 7 Members
Term of Office: 5 Years
- Only one member is appointed by Champaign County.
- Each member must be approved by the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs of the State of Illinois.
- Each member must be a resident of the County.
- No member may be a member of the Department of Commerce and Community Affairs of the State of Illinois.
- No more than two public officers may be commissioners of the same Authority Board at the same time
Public officers may serve on Board under provisions in
statute. “Public Officer” is defined by
statute as “a person holding a state or local government office required to be filled
by vote of the electors and for which provisions is made by law for the payment
of annual compensation from public funds.”
REFERENCE: 310 ILCS 5/42 and 10/3
Follow this link for an application
Housing Authority Intergovernmental Agreement and Amendment
Housing Authority Commissioner Appointed by Champaign County
Housing Authority of Champaign County Board of Commissioners