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Colleen Roberts
Commissioner

Colleen Roberts

Colleen Roberts was elected to the Jackson County Board of Commissioners in November of 2014 and sworn into office on January 5, 2015.

For the 2015 calendar year, Commissioner Roberts is the Board liaison to the following County departments and/or committees:  Animal Control (Animal Control Advisory Committee), Assessor, Clerk, Development Services (Jackson County Planning Commission), Roads and Parks (County Roads Advisory Committee, Jackson County Bicycle Committee, Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee, and Traffic Safety Advisory Committee), and Watermaster.  She is also the Board liaison to the City Councils of Eagle Point, Gold Hill, Rogue River, Shady Cove, Talent, and the Town of Butte Falls.

Commissioner Roberts is a native of Southern Oregon, born and raised in Klamath Falls and graduated from Rogue River High School. She met Steve, her husband of 38 years, while they were attending Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. After raising her family, Colleen finished her degree 30 years later, followed by a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Colleen and her sister founded, owned, and operated a full-service custom bakery (Sensational Sweets) for over 20 years in Eagle Point. Colleen and Steve have three grown sons, with families of their own, including 13 grandchildren.

Commissioner Roberts' vision for the County is a Government that truly is for, of, and by the people.  She agrees with Thomas Jefferson’s statement:  “No government can continue good, but under the control of the people.” He believed that if the people become inattentive, the elected become wolves.  Commissioner Roberts agrees that the voice of the people should be in its rightful place: valued and at the helm. She believes in prosperity, liberty, and freedom.  Government should be small, accountable, and transparent.  Our U.S. and State Constitutions are the foundations on which to base all decisions.

 


Address & Contact Information
Jackson County Courthouse Room 214
10 South Oakdale
Medford, OR 97501

Phone: 541-774-6117
FAX: 541-774-6705

E-mail address: 

 


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