County Administrator

About the County AdministratorRisk Management

About the County Administrator

The Suwannee County Administrator manages and oversees the 12 departments and offices with more than 250 employees that fall under the Suwannee County Board of Commissioners. As part of this, the county administrator formulates policy, provides budget direction and serves as the lead offical for the county departments. The administrator position is one of two that the Board of County Commissioners appointed.

County Administrator’s office is located in the Suwannee County Administration building.

Risk Management

http://suwcounty.org/images/stories/risk.pngSuwannee County Risk Management, is responsible for the administration of the County of Suwannee’s purchased insurance programs and occupational health and safety. These programs include self-insured liability, workers’ compensation, health and long term disability programs. Other insurance programs include purchased property, airport liability, medical malpractice, boiler and machinery and other miscellaneous insurance programs for all County operations. Develops safety policies and procedures, and provides safety information, tracks general liability claims and works closely with the insurance pool. 

Paula Pennington, Risk Manager
Phone: 386-330-2131
Fax: 386-362-1032

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Randy Harris, County Administrator
13150 80th Terrace
Live Oak, FL  32060
(386) 364-3400
Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm EST
RandyH@SuwanneeCountyFL.gov

 

 

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