The chief executive officer for County government in Arkansas is the County Judge. As chief executive, the Judge authorizes and approves the disbursement of all appropriated County funds, operates the system of County roads, administers ordinances enacted by the quorum court, has custody of County property, accepts grants from federal, state, public, and private sources, hires County employees except those persons employed by other elected officials of the County, and presides over the quorum court without a vote, but with the power of veto.
The County Judge also oversees our county road system. Greene County has nearly 1000 miles in our county and public road systems. Of those miles, we have approximately 90 miles that are paved. Other duties include taking care of all county property and facilities, Veterans Affairs, 911 Coordination, Addressing, Flood Plan Management, Emergency Management, Juvenile Department, and maintaining the County's budget.
The County Judge's office also has judicial responsibilities. These are usually limited to disputes of land easements and property taxes.
Greene County Road Superintendent
Human Resource Coordinator
Questions regarding the County Roads should be directed to the County Road Department at 870-239-6314