The Greene County Quorum Court consists of eleven members referred to as Justices of the Peace. The quorum court is a part-time body elected by residents in Greene county to fill eleven single district positions. They are responsible for the county finances, ordinances (a misdemeanor level), and other county affairs. They do not have any Judicial authority except to perform marriage ceremonies.

The Quorum Court meets every 3rd Monday of the month except for January and February when the meeting is the third Tuesday.  

Greene County Code of Ordinances  

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 Month Date & Time Where 
January 3rd Tuesday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
February  3rd Tuesday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
March 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
April 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
May 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
June 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
July 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
August 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
September 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
October 3rd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
November 2nd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
December 2nd Monday at 6pm Circuit Courtroom
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The Quorum Court may exercise the following powers, but are not limited to:

  • The levy of taxes in manner prescribed by law;
  • Appropriate public funds for the expenses of the county in a manner prescribed by ordinances;
  • Preserve the peace and order and secure freedom from dangerous or noxious activities; provided, however, that no act may be declared a felony;
  • For any public purpose, contract, or join with any other county, or with any political sub-division or with the United States;
  • Create, consolidate, separate, revise or abandon any elected office or offices except during the term thereof; provided, however, that a majority of those voting on the question at a general election have approved said action;
  • Fix the number and compensation of deputies and county employees;
  • Fix the compensation of each county officer with a minimum and maximum to be determined by law;
  • Fill vacancies in elected county offices;
  • Provide for any service or performance of any function relating to county affairs;
  • To exercise other powers, not inconsistent with law, necessary for the effective administration of authorized services and functions. (ACA 14-14-801)

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