York County Maine
York County has been a government in continuous existence since 1636. Five County Commissioners elected by voters are the policy-making body of the county, and a professional county manager manages 200+ employees and an annual budget of $22,200,482. York County has a population of over 214,591 people. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 989 square miles. Among all counties in the United States, York County ranks among the largest in terms of geographic size.
York County Maine Government