The Williams County Sheriff’s Office offers fingerprinting every Wednesday evening from 5 pm to 7 pm at the Williams County Law Enforcement Center; individuals are fingerprinted on a first come, first served basis. A fee of $10 is charged; it can be paid with cash or check made out to the Williams County Sheriff’s Office. … Continued
FAQ Topic: General Government
The Williams County GIS Department creates and manages geospatial data and maps for the County. Downloadable and online maps, including the Address and Parcel Explorer (formerly known as the Parcel Viewer), can be accessed by clicking here.
For a schedule of Williams County public meetings and events, please visit the Calendar.
Agendas for public meetings held in 2021 can be downloaded from our Meetings Portal as they are released by each board, commission, or committee. To obtain agendas from public meetings held prior to January 2021, please contact the Communications Department. Historical agendas will be added to the Meetings Portal in the near future.
Minutes from public meetings held in 2021 can be downloaded from our Meetings Portal as they are released by each board, commission, or committee. To obtain minutes from public meetings held prior to January 2021, please contact the Communications Department. Historical minutes will be added to the Meetings Portal in the near future.
Ordinances and resolutions passed by the Williams County Board of County Commissioners can be found by searching our virtual Document Center. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please contact the Auditor’s Office.
The Williams County Auditor’s Office issues beer and liquor licenses for establishments located outside of a corporate city limit, but within Williams County. The property of the proposed alcohol establishment cannot owe outstanding property taxes. Each application must also have a Township Consent Form signed by the township, as well as a Fire Inspection completed … Continued
For information about the law regarding dogs as a public nuisance and how to file a complaint, please visit the ND Courts website.
Open records requests can be made by contacting the Department that would have the information. If you are requesting information from a board or commission, or unsure of which Department the request applies to, then please contact the Communications Department. For more information about open records requests, visit the North Dakota Attorney General’s website.
National, state, county, and city government elections are run by the Williams County Auditor’s Office. Find information about polling locations, ballot measures, and more on the Elections webpage. School Districts are responsible for running their own elections; please contact the School District directly for information about School District and School Board elections.