Jefferson County Planning Commission
JEFFERSON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION
and

JEFFERSON COUNTY CODE ENFORCEMENT

In accordance with Florida law, all scheduled meetings are public meetings and Public Hearings and are held at the Courtroom Annex, 435 W. Walnut St., Monticello, FL, 32344, unless advertised to occur at another location.
PLANNING COMMISSION:
The Planning Commission consists of ten (10) non-compensated volunteer citizens appointed by the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners (the Board). Each Board member's priority is to appoint two members from their district; however, one appointment may reside in another district if approved by the majority of the Board members. A planning commissioner is appointed for four (4) years and may be reappointed by the commissioner of their district. The Planning Commission does not always meet every month; however, generally, scheduled meetings occur on the second Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM.  Notification of all meeting dates are published in the local newspaper in accordance with timelines outlined in the Jefferson County Land Development Code (LDC).

CURRENT PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERSHIP

Planning Commissioner

District

Appointed by

Date

1

Bud Wheeler, Chairman

1

J.N. Tuten

1/8/1998

2

Roy Faglie

4

Dr. John Ward

10/1/1998

3

John Floyd Walker

5

Danny Monroe

November, 2004

4

C.P. Miller*

2

Gene Hall

November, 2006

5

Thomas "Bobo" Chancy

5

Danny Monroe

September, 2007

6

Paul "Jay" Adams

1

Gary Fulford

12/15/2011

7

Charles Parrish**

2

Gene Hall

April 2015

8

Michael Schwier, Vice Chair

3

Hines Boyd

May 2015

9

"Buddy" Westbrook

3

Hines Boyd

Sept/Oct, 2016

10

Andrew Wellman

4

Betsy Barfield

01/03/2017

*Resident of District 3, Approved by BOCC
**Resident of District 4, Approved by BOCC


JEFFERSON COUNTY CODE ENFORCEMENT 
Chief Code Enforcement Officer Beth Letchworth: bletchworth@jeffersoncountyfl.gov
Code Enforcement Officer:
Robbie Slack: rslack@jeffersoncountyfl.gov 

CODE ENFORCEMENT: 
While compliance with state and county regulations is the ultimate goal of the Jefferson County Code Enforcement Officer, the Jefferson County Building Official, the Jefferson County Planning Official, and their respective staff, unresolved issues and possible fines for non-compliance shall be determined by the Special Magistrate. Code Enforcement in Jefferson County is complaint-driven, meaning a citizen must file a complaint with the Code Enforcement office. A complaint form may be submitted in three ways:
1. In person delivery at the Code Enforcement Department Office, 
2. By mail through the U.S.Postal Service,
3. Via email sent to: 
bletchworth@jeffersoncountyfl.gov.

A complaint form is available online here: Code Enforcement Complaint Form
 

 

Jefferson County Government