Transparency Portal

Stutsman County

Welcome to the Stutsman County Government Transparency Portal! This portal consolidates links to budget, finance, audit, procurement and human resource information enabling a clear view of Stutsman County's operations and how tax dollars are spent.

We believe that open and transparent government requires that county government business should be open to effective public review. This includes access to information as well as the knowledge of the ability to participate in public discussion.

Click on the tabs below for more information and please check this portal often as we plan to roll out further services and make even greater information available.

County Commission meetings are held at 4:00 PM on the first Tuesday and at 8:00 AM on the third Tuesday of each month at the Courthouse. Agendas are available usually a week prior to each meeting. For more information you can visit the County Commission page.

Any other public meetings will be advertised on the home page of this website under "News & Events" and, if necessary, posted in the County's official newspaper, the Jamestown Sun.

Voting in North Dakota is extremely easy and we are the only State that does not have voter registration. Stutsman County is also one of the few counties in the State to utilizie electronic pollbooks on election day. Utilizing technology helps us not only provide a better experience for you, the voter, but also cuts down on unnecessary tasks that would be required of our poll workers if we were using paper.

For more information on elections and voting requirements you can view the Elections page.

From election results to landowner information and beyond you have the right to view the information you are looking for.

Stutsman County is committed to the principle of open and accessible government and as such, we commit to fulfull every request for public information as efficiently and expeditiously as possible and within the requirements established by the North Dakota Century Code.

For further information you can view the Open Records Manual that has been put together by the North Dakota Attorney General's office.

For more information please visit the Bids & RFP page.