About Us

We currently serve as your elected Board of Davis County Commissioners. As set by state statute, we hold responsibilities for the executive and legislative powers, duties and functions of the county. We are charged with levying taxes, adopting ordinances and making policy for 300,000 + residents here in Davis County as it relates to county business.


Davis County is governed by a three-member elected Board of Commissioners, who serve four-year, overlapping terms. Commissioners have general oversight to ensure compliance with County rules, policies, and ordinances. Commissioners approve the adoption and amendment to the budget, they also serve as the legislative body, and the property tax Board of Equalization.



Commission Meetings

Every Tuesday @ 4pm
Davis County Administration Building
61 South Main Street, Farmington UT

In addition, we meet bi-annually with each of the 15 city councils.

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If you have any questions about the individual commissioners' or the duties in which the commissioners are responsible please feel free to contact us at any time.

Commissioners

We currently serve as your elected Board of Davis County Commissioners. As set by state statute, we hold responsibilities for the executive and legislative powers, duties and functions of the county.

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Randy B. Elliott

Commission Chair

Randy B. Elliott is a devoted husband, father, and successful business entrepreneur. Hailing from one of the original Davis County families, Randy has strong roots within the community.

For four generations, Randy’s family has farmed down from the lake in Farmington. Working alongside his father, he taught Randy the value of getting a job done right. From his early days of tending cows and farming in the fields, Randy learned lessons of hard work, persistence, patience, and integrity...

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Lorene Miner Kamalu, MPA

Commission Vice Chair

Prior to being elected as a Davis County Commissioner, Lorene Miner Kamalu (kuh-MAH-loo) served over four years as a Kaysville City Planning Commissioner.  While working in her city, she discovered a passion for planning, policy and citizen engagement and decided to pursue a Master of Public Administration degree.  Lorene graduated at the top of her University of Utah executive class in August 2018...

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Bob J Stevenson

Bob J Stevenson

Commissioner

Commissioner Bob Stevenson is a lifelong resident of Layton City.  He graduated from Layton High, completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Weber State University and did masters work in Distributed Education at Utah State University.

Bob’s professional career included teaching secondary education at Layton High, Carnation Company, Nestle USA, and owns his own residential construction company...

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