Johnny Cribb,
County Supervisor

The mission of the Supervisor, as head of both the County’s more than 1,300 employees, and more than 200,000 residents, is to lead the County forward toward a thriving future, while simultaneously preserving the unique parts of its past.

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Berkeley County operates under a Supervisor form of government. The Supervisor is an elected position who fills a four-year term as Chairman of County Council and administrator of County operations.

Roles of the Supervisor
The Supervisor is responsible for carrying out County policies and laws approved by County Council and serves as the tiebreaker vote in a standstill issue. As the County’s chief administrator, the Supervisor oversees all administrative functions, policies and personnel matters; approves the County’s annual budget, capital and economic development projects; ensures the solidarity of County employees; is the County’s representative figurehead in the community; and works with other local and state leaders on legislative matters pertaining to the County.

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Berkeley County Working to Secure Disaster Recovery Funding for Ian Damage

Berkeley County Working to Secure Disaster Recovery Funding for Ian Damage

Jenna Ley JamisonOct 17, 20222 min read

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Monday, October 17, 2022) – Berkeley County Emergency Management Department is working to secure disaster recovery funding from state and federal agencies for residents impacted by Hurricane Ian last…

Berkeley County to Hold In-House Job Fair October 6

Berkeley County to Hold In-House Job Fair October 6

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Tuesday, October 4, 2022) – Berkeley County Government is hosting an in-house job fair for open County positions on Thursday, October 6, 2022 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.…

Emergency Response Vehicles Delayed in Berkeley County Throughout Ian

Emergency Response Vehicles Delayed in Berkeley County Throughout Ian

Jenna Ley JamisonSep 30, 2022

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Friday, September 30, 2022) – Emergency responses across Berkeley County are currently delayed. Due to high winds, high-profile vehicles (i.e. ambulances, fire trucks, and utility vehicles) are periodically suspended…

Berkeley County to Partially Activate Emergency Operations Center Friday, Sept. 30

Berkeley County to Partially Activate Emergency Operations Center Friday, Sept. 30

Jenna Ley JamisonSep 29, 2022

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Thursday, September 29, 2022) – Berkeley County will move from OPCON 3 to OPCON 2 at 6 a.m. on Friday, September 30, partially activating its Emergency Operations Center (EOC).…

Berkeley County Government Announces Office Closures Ahead of Hurricane Ian

Berkeley County Government Announces Office Closures Ahead of Hurricane Ian

Jenna Ley JamisonSep 28, 2022

MONCKS CORNER, S.C. – (Wednesday, September 28, 2022) – Berkeley County is under a Hurricane Watch and Tropical Storm Warning as Hurricane Ian inches closer to South Carolina. A watch does NOT mean…

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