Green County
Michael J Doyle
Michael J Doyle
Since:
January 1989
1016 16th Avenue
Monroe WI 53566
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone:
608-328-9430
Fax:
608-328-2835
Services:

*Office Hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday thru Friday

*Marriage Licenses (Monday-Friday  8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

*Declaration of Domestic Partnership  (Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.)

*Child Labor Permits (Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.)

*Dog Licenses, Pleasant View Park Reservation Permits, Tax Deed Sales, Elections, Administer and coordinate elections, Compile and publish Directory of Green County Officials, Prepare Tax Deeds, , Post County Job Openings, Claims against Green County Property, Liability and Workers Compensation Insurance

 

County Board:
Prepare, publish and post meeting agendas
Publish meeting minutes
Maintain official county board and committee records
Post Committee agendas and compile Committee minutes
Education:

Two years of Tech School

County Population:
36,842
Cities:
2
Towns:
16
Villages:
6
Grant County
Linda K Gebhard
Linda K Gebhard
Since:
January 2009
111 S Jefferson Street
PO Box 529
Lancaster WI 53813
Hours:
8:00 am -4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
608-723-2675
Fax:
608-723-4048
Services:

Marriages, DNR Licenses, Board Duties, Election, Dog Reporting, Receptionist for County questions, Budget per our office/Purchasing for County, Invoicing, Insurances.

Education:

High School, 1 year of Vocational Technical College

Previous Work Experience:

19 years in County, (Health Department/County Deputy Clerk)

Other & Personal:

Being Grandma, spending time at our cabin on the Mississippi.

County Information:

Home of Goveror Dewey, Wisconsin’s first Senator/Stonefield Village State Historic Site/Cassvillle, Potosi Brewing Company, Grotto Dickeyville, St John Mine/Potosi, Mining Museum/Platteville, Home of Gideon Bible Boscobel Hotel. 

County Population:
51,208
Cities:
5
Towns:
33
Villages:
14
Forest County
Nora Matuszewski
Since:
April 2016
200 E Madison Street
Crandon WI 54520
Hours:
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone:
715-478-2422
Fax:
715-478-5175
Services:

Election administration, county record management, marriage licenses, cutting permits, county dog licensing and licensing reporting, County Board agenda and minutes, apportionments of county tax for municipalities, annual county directory, notary service, and general information for the public.  I also serve as the County Administrative Coordinator working with the Personnel Committee and other county departments.  I deal with county policies, procedures, employee benefits.

Courthouse is closed on: New Year's Day, Good Friday afternoon, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.  If the holiday falls on a Saturday, the courthouse is closed on Friday.  If the holiday falls on a Sunday, the courthouse is closed on Monday.

County Information:

You will not find a traffic light or a parking meter, but you will find warm and friendly people and a beautiful setting to make your time here memorable. Forest County was created from portions of Langlade and Oconto Counties by an Act of the Legislature in 1885. The county was given the name Forest because of the dense forest which covered the county when it was created. Forest County has an abundance of lakes totaling 21,882 acres. Its network of waterways is unique and consists of 850 miles of fabulous trout streams. There are 824 named lakes in Forest County where pan fish, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, and muskies are common. Forest County has the third highest part of our state. Sugar Bush Hill, just off State Highway 32 and US Highway 8 between Laona and Crandon, has an elevation of 1,939 feet above sea level. Opportunities for recreation abound here, with acres of Nicolet National Forest land waiting to be explored, beautiful lakes, rivers and streams for all types of water sports and unique spots for dining and socializing with friends. Whatever your plans, Forest County is waiting to do what we can to help you enjoy your time.

County Population:
9,304
Cities:
1
Towns:
14
Villages:
0
Fond du Lac County
Lisa Freiberg
Lisa Freiberg
Since:
January 2009
160 S Macy Street
PO Box 1557
Fond du Lac WI 54935
Hours:
7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone:
920-929-3000
Fax:
920-929-3293
Website:
Services:

Serves as Secretary to the County Board, Chief Election Official for Fond du Lac County, Programs all voting machines for the County, Provides SVRS (Statewide Voter Registration System) services for all 21 towns and 9 villages in the County, Issues Marriage Licenses and DNR Licenses, Distributes dog licenses to municipal treasurers, Publishes Directory of Public Officials book, Updates County website with committee meeting agendas and minutes.  Oversees Central Services (Photocopy & mail) Department.

Education:

High School graduate and continuing education.

Previous Work Experience:

10 years in Fond du Lac County Clerk’s Office.

Other & Personal:
I enjoy spending time with my husband and 3 children.
 
*Historian - Wisconsin County Clerks Association
*Chair - WCCA District 2
*Chair - Conference Committee
* Vice-chair - Legislative Committee
*President - Wisconsin County Constitutional Officers Association
*Appointee to the Wisconsin Counties Association County Organization & Personnel Steering Committee
County Information:

Fond du Lac is located on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin's largest inland lake at 220 square miles and is a haven for boating, fishing, water-skiing and in the winter, ice fishing.

Fond du Lac is an hour from the largest cities in the state, Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay. Five major highways lead into Fond du Lac, making it an easy drive.
 
Lakeside Park a 400-acre beautiful showcase bordering Lake Winnebago. The park features lagoons, gardens, covered bridges, and a lookout lighthouse. Plus, you can ride the antique carousel, miniature train, aqua bikes and canoes. 
 
Tour and shop at Fond du Lac's Bavarian-style Kristmas Kringle Shop offering the largest collection of Italian ornaments in the nation. 
 
Step back in time at the Galloway House and Village.  The 30 room Victorian era Galloway Mansion is surrounded by two-dozen turn of the century buildings from throughout Fond du Lac County. 
 
Bike or hike the 34 mile Wild Goose State Trail and the 10 mile Mascoutin Valley Trail. Explore the glacial landscape of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. Visit the nationally famous Horicon Marsh, home to more than 200 species of birds and other wildlife. You can explore the marsh on a guided pontoon boat tour.)
 
As featured on the History Channel, the Octagon House will amaze you! During your guided tour, you'll explore the secret passages and hidden rooms in the 125+ year old home.
 
Check out more information about Fond du Lac County by logging onto www.fdl.com.  Fond du Lac Area Convention and Visitors Bureau will help you plan your getaway!
 
County Population:
101,633
Cities:
3
Towns:
21
Villages:
9
Florence County
Donna Trudell
Donna Trudell
Since:
January 2013
501 Lake Avenue
PO Box 410
Florence WI 54121
Hours:
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon  12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Phone:
715-528-3201
Fax:
715-528-4762
Services:

Secretary to County Board, Administrator Coordinator, Finance, Payroll, Personnel, Election Administration, County Insurance Contact for all Health and Liability Coverage, Marriage Licenses, Cutting Permits, Distribute Dog Licenses to Municipal Clerks, and prepare and publish Official County Directory

Education:

Graduate of Florence High School, Florence, WI

 

Previous Work Experience:

Deputy County Clerk since November 2002

 

Other & Personal:

I am married with 3 boys: A Senior at UW Platteville in Platteville WI, A Senior and Sophomore in Florence High School. 

I enjoy watching many Sporting Events for my boys, Gardening, & Volunteering with Community and School Events.

County Information:
Excellent Snowmobile and ATV Trails, beautiful lakes, waterfalls, campgrounds 
County Population:
4,358
Towns:
8
Eau Claire County
Janet K Loomis
Janet K Loomis
Since:
January 2001 
721 Oxford Avenue
Eau Claire WI 54703
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00
Phone:
715-839-4803
Fax:
715-831-5802
Services:

Marriage license, County Board Clerk, Dog license, public posting of all county agendas, complies the Journal of Proceedings, In-house telephone book, and Official Directory. 

 

Election work consists of ordering and proofing all ballots used in the county, programs election equipment, and provides SVRS services for 17 municipalities. The Eau Claire County Clerk’s office is staffed with an elected  County Clerk and two and half office associates.

Education:

Account Clerk Technical Diploma, some college credits and a Certificate of Professional Development

Previous Work Experience:

Was an account clerk for L E Phillips Career Development Center (3 years), accounting, salesperson and office manager at Wisconsin Beef Industries (7 years), supervisor of general accounting Uniroyal-Goodrich Tire Company (8 years), Deputy County Clerk, Eau Claire County (7 years) and now the elected County Clerk starting in 2001.

Other & Personal:

I am married to my husband David since 1979 and have a daughter and a son and one granddaughter and one grandson.

 

*Chair - WCCA District 6

County Information:

The lumbering industry brought settlers to the county in the 1800's and when the pine forests were extinguished by 1900, Scandinavian farmers established dairy farms in the area. One farmer began raising horseradish and eventually, Eau Claire became the Horse Radish Capital of the nation. Farm Progress Days began in the county in 1953 as the "National Plowing Contest." Eau Claire County offers significant educational opportunities through the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and the Chippewa Valley Technical College. Thousands of country western fans flock to Eau Claire for "Country Jam USA" every year. 

Dunn County
Dunn County Clerk Julie Wathke
Julie A. Wathke
Since:
October 2013
800 Wilson Avenue
Menomonie WI 54751
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
715-232-1677
Fax:
715-232-2534
Services:

Performs general administrative functions for the county; administers county, state, and national elections; maintains voter registration data for several municipalities in Dunn County; issues marriage licenses, domestic partnership certificates; records County Board proceedings, and maintains adopted resolutions and ordinances; and provides administrative assistance to the County Board; maintains dog license records; processes dog damage claims; timber cutting permits; compiles official county directory; and serves as a county general information source for the public.

Education:

County Clerk Certificate of Professional Development from Universaity of Wisconsin Green Bay

Graduate of University of Wisconsin Green Bay Clerks and Treasurer’s Institute earning certification as a WCMC - Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk.

Previous Work Experience:

Town of Sherman Clerk/Treasurer, Boyceville School District Community Education Director and Payroll/Benefits Clerk

Other & Personal:

I am married to husband Paul and the mother of two college age sons. I enjoy camping, fishing and spending time with my family.

County Information:

Dunn County is home to the University of Wisconsin Stout and the Historic Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts, and offers many recreational and cultural activities. 

County Population:
44,603
Cities:
1
Towns:
22
Villages:
7
Douglas County
Susan T Sandvick
Susan T Sandvick
Since:
1999
1313 Belknap Street
Superior WI 54880
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
715-395-1568
Fax:
715-395-1421
Services:

Provides secretarial and clerk services to County Board, keeps official minutes and records of board and committees, maintains county ordinance book and all other duties required by law or by the board in connection with its meetings and transactions; County-wide election administration, including preparation and distribution of county-wide ballots, publishing of election notices, tallying of ballots on election night & canvassing of the final results of all federal, state, county and judicial elections within the county, certifying the results to the state, and also maintaining the Statewide Voter Registration System for 21 municipalities in Douglas County; Maintains inventory of county-owned land and is in charge of all land sales; issues marriage licenses; Is a passport acceptance agent; Maintains and updates the county web site; Supervises Central Supply, which processes office supply purchase orders and provides photocopying and postage metering services to all county departments.

Previous Work Experience:

Employed as a legal secretary for 12 years prior to gaining employment in the County Clerk’s Office; worked in County Clerk’s Office 13 years prior to being elected County Clerk

Door County
Jill M Lau
Since:
January 2007 
421 Nebraska Street
Sturgeon Bay WI 54235
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
(920) 746-2200
Fax:
(920) 746-2330
Services:

The Door County Clerk’s Office issues marriage licenses, timber cutting permits, temporary car license plates, county boat launch permits for the Parks Department and distributes the State dog licenses to local Municipal Treasurers. The office compiles and distributes the Official County Directory for Door County, publishes the Property Valuation Statistical Report and the Proceedings of the Door County Board of Supervisors.

 

The County Clerk is the official clerk to the Door County Board of Supervisors and the Standing Committees; responsible for keeping the minutes, records and contracts for the Board and for publishing the minutes and ordinances in the newspaper. All County Board minutes, original resolutions and ordinances are on file in the Clerk’s Office.

 

The office is the “information” system for the county and the public. The office handles the switchboard operations, directs the public to proper offices, answers numerous questions from the public, reserves meeting rooms for various committees and organizations, coordinates Youth Government Day, maintains the Fleet Vehicle reservations and manages the Mail Department.

 

The Door County Clerk is the chief election official for Door County; the office conducts all federal, state, county, local and school elections, in coordination with the municipalities and school districts, to insure that the State Statutes governing elections are carried through. The County Clerk’s Office is responsible for programming elections, publishing legal notices, preparing ballots, tabulating results and ensuring the accuracy of all County-wide elections. This office utilizes the Statewide Voter Registration System (WisVote), a voter database system which enables the State of Wisconsin to comply with the Help America Vote Act, and provides WisVote service to 18 Door County municipalities.

Education:

Graduate of Sturgeon Bay High School; Continuing Education Courses in Accounting; UW-Green Bay Municipal Clerks Institute; UW-Green Bay Certificate of Professional Development

Previous Work Experience:

Municipal Clerk (Town of Nasewaupee) – April 2001 to April 2009; Small Business owner 2003-Present; Retail Store Accounting/Manager 1990-2003

Other & Personal:

Lifelong resident of Door County, residing in the Town of Nasewaupee. My husband Dan and I have two adult children. We enjoy boating, fishing, camping and spending time with family and friends.

 

*President - Wisconsin County Clerks Association

*Chair - WCCA District 3

County Information:

Door County is considered the Number One getaway destination in the Midwest and often compared to Cape Cod. Door County boasts of its 300 miles of shoreline dotted with bustling harbors and quiet coves, offering a wealth of water-based recreation.  Sandy beaches, boating, fishing or a unique car ferry ride to Washington Island are just a few ways to enjoy the sparkling waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan.  Numerous renowned artists and galleries, world class symphony music and performing art theaters truly make Door County a distinctive arts community. Five State parks, ten Lighthouses and nineteen County parks offer fantastic hiking, biking and sightseeing opportunities.  You will find unique and award-winning restaurants and one-of-a-kind shops, galleries and museums.  Small wonder that more than two million visitors like to visit and claim this jewel as their own.

County Population:
27,785
Cities:
1
Towns:
14
Villages:
4
Dodge County
Karen J Gibson
Karen J Gibson
Since:
January 2003 
127 E Oak Street
Juneau WI 53039
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
920-386-3605
Fax:
920-386-3928
Services:

Issue marriage licenses, DNR Licenses, Work Permits, Plat Books, Prepares Agenda and Minutes of County Board, serves as Chief Election Official for the County.

Education:

Graduate of Beaver Dam High School and attended Moraine Park Technical College.  UW-Green Bay WCCA Certificate of Professional Development and Certification Public Management Essentials.

Previous Work Experience:

Employee of Dodge County since 1992. Served as Chief Deputy County Clerk from 1999 through 2002 at which time I was elected Dodge County Clerk

Other & Personal:

Hobbies include reading, flower gardening, house plants and attending car shows with husband.  Volunteer at church events and the Dodge County Fair.

 

*Past President - Wisconsin County Clerks Association

County Information:

Dodge County is home to the Horicon Marsh, a national and state wildlife area. Dodge County operates six parks year round. The Wild Goose State Trail is a 34 mile compacted limestone trail on an abandoned railroad grade that runs from the City of Juneau to the City of Fond du Lac. Wildlife, scenery and level surface provide safe, easy and enjoyable biking and hiking for all ages. The trail skirts the western edge of the Horicon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge and Nitschke Mounds Park which contains up to 46 animal effigy, conical and linear mounds believed to have been constructed around 800AD - 1100AD. The mounds represent one of the best surviving examples of the Mound Builders culture that once occupied the Dodge County area. Park development is expected to be completed in phases.

County Population:
88,759
Cities:
9
Towns:
24
Villages:
11

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