Board of Supervisors
Mathews County Government
Mathews County is governed by a publicly elected five-member Board of Supervisors who serve four year staggered terms. Daily operations of the county are handled by an appointed County Administrator. The County has adopted a comprehensive plan and zoning and subdivision ordinances.
2022 Board of Supervisors
Pictured left to right (top row) Supervisor Dr. Reverend Melissa Mason, Supervisor Dave Jones, Supervisor Mike Walls, (bottom row) Paul Hudgins, Chair and Jackie Ingram, Vice Chair.
Photo courtesy of Sherry Hamilton @ The Gazette Journal.
- Meetings for the 2022 will be at 6:00 p.m. in the Historic Courthouse
- The meeting will be on the fourth Tuesday each month
- Please check the Meetings page or Calendar for correct meeting dates and times.
The County’s Board of Supervisors includes five members elected at large who serve four year staggered terms.
The government of Mathews County exists to provide the citizens of the county with services which will address their individual and collective needs both for the present and the future. In partnership with the citizens, the government of Mathews County pledges a civic stewardship that is fiscally accountable, socially responsible and worthy of citizen trust.
Under Virginia Law, all information, including email, written letters, documents and phone messages, sent to the Mathews County Board of Supervisors is subject to Freedom of Information Act law. This includes the sender’s email address, home address or phone number if shown in the message, the content of the message and any associated attachments to the mail.
The County of Mathews does not contract with any lobbyist or lobbying firm. The elected Board of Supervisors and appointed County Administrator perform all lobbying activities on behalf of the citizens of Mathews, as needed. One member of the Board is appointed as the Legislative Liaison to the Virginia Association of Counties each year.
The Board also pays membership dues to the Virginia Association of Counties and Virginia Municipal League, both of which also perform lobbying activities.