The Warren County Board of Commissioners provides leadership and support for an effective county government that seeks to enhance the quality of life for the people of Warren County. Warren County operates under the council-manager form of government. The governing body is a five-member Board of Commissioners.
A border neighbor to Virginia, Warren County is a diverse and dynamic rural community that celebrates its small businesses, agriculture, arts and culture.
Warren County has three county-owned parks with access to walking and biking trails, picnic facilities, paved walking tracks, playgrounds, basketball, pickleball, tennis, and much more. Host a community event at our beautiful Armory Civic Center or Buck Springs Park complex.
Other highlighted services include: the Warren County Health Department which was re-accredited with honors in the fall of 2019 by the NC Local Health Department Accreditation program; the Warren County Memorial Library that is ranked 5th in NC regarding time spent answering questions and assisting patrons the library also offers residents a place for meetings and other activities that is free of charge; and the Warren County Cooperative Extension which offers farmers opportunities to lease a no till drill and BCS tractor (agents will also do demonstrations with the equipment and provide education for users).
The Warren County Board of Commissioners are happy to be your gateway to the great state of North Carolina and partners with our neighbors in Virginia. If you haven’t visited with us yet, we welcome you with open arms.