Board of Commissioners

Board of Commissioners Group Picture


The County Board of Commissioners meets most Tuesdays at 9 A.M.

To view a meeting that
is currently in progress, click HERE .
To view a past meeting, click HERE  to select the desired date.

To view the Wright County Mission Statement, click HERE.

 Most Recent Agenda


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Agendas and Minutes

Agendas are posted on the County web site the Friday before the next Tuesday Board meeting. To place an item on a County Board Agenda, call the Clerk To The County Board at 763-682-7698. Requests are due by noon the Wednesday before the Tuesday Board meeting. (This schedule may change during or adjacent to Holidays).

If possible, please contact your County Commissioner or a Department Head to resolve issues before requesting a place on the County Board Agenda.


There are five Wright County Commissioners who each represent populations between 22,742 and 27,072.  Terms alternate between two and four years.

The current Commissioners are:
Christine Husom, District 1  
Darek Vetsch, District 2
Mark Daleiden, District 3  
Mary Wetter, District 4 
Michael Kaczmarek, District 5  

Committees and Advisory Boards

The Sheriff , Attorney, Auditor/Treasurer are also elected officials who serve 4-year terms.

 2021-2022 Commissioner District Map

More on the Commissioner's Recent White House Tour and Briefing

White House Visit 6.18

Commissioners Christine Husom and Darek Vetsch, second row, fourth and fifth from the left, respectively. Commissioner Michael Potter and Auditor-Treasurer Bob Hiivala are directly behind Vice President Pence, centered toward the back.

Local Option Sales Tax for Transportation

On June 13, 2017 the Wright County Board of Commissioners adopted Resolution 17-30 implementing a special ½ percent County-wide sales tax to fund transportation.

Revenue generated from the sales tax is dedicated to fund transportation related projects identified in the Sales Tax Implementation Plan. Resolution 17-30 limits the collection of the sales tax to the period of October 1, 2017 through December 31, 2022 or until revenues are raised.

A Public Hearing was held at the 5-04-17 County Board Meeting. Information presented at the Public Hearing may be viewed below:

Sales Tax Presentation

Local Option Sales Tax Information Sheet

See also the following information from the Department of Revenue:

Minnesota Department of Revenue Information Sheet  on Local Sales and Use Tax

Call the Minnesota Department of Revenue Sales and Use Tax Division at 651-296-6181 or 1-800-657-3777, or email them at with any questions or comments.