Index to County Departments

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 994
Port Washington WI 53074-0994

Phone: (262) 284-9411 or (262) 238-6400

"Ozaukee County will provide its citizens with responsive government and quality services in a fiscally responsible manner through innovation, leadership and dedication.”

County Facilities (Street addresses and Maps)

Administration Building 121 W. Main Street
Justice Building 1201 S. Spring Street
Highway 410 S. Spring Street
Hawthorne Hills Golf Course W76 N677 Wauwatosa Rd.
MeeKwon Park Golf Course 6333 W Bonniwell Rd
On Line Service
Department Address & Fax Numbers
Department Email Addresses
 
Most Departments are open 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Department Phone #
262/284-
Description
Administrator 8198 Serves as chief administrative officer of the county, coordinates all administrative and management functions not otherwise vested by law in boards, commissions or other elected officials, ensures the observance and enforcement of all county ordinances and policies by employees and county officials.
Aging and Disability Resource Center 8120 The Aging & Disability Resource Center provides a one-stop source of unbiased information and assistance for older adults (60+), adults (18+) with disabilities, their family, friends and caregivers by linking them with resources and services that enable them to live in their respective communities. 
Clerk of Courts 8409 Case Filings/Payments: Criminal and Traffic; Case Filings/Judgments: Civil, Family, Paternity, Small Claims, Garnishments, Restraining Orders, Liens, State Delinquent Tax Warrants and Unemployment Compensation Warrants; Jury Management; Accounting: Traffic, Civil, Criminal and Guardian ad Litem; Applications for Passports; Petitions for Occupational Driver's Licenses and Child Support/Maintenance - Receipt and Disburse Payments
The Family Court Commissioner's office is an integral part of the Circuit Court system. The commissioner is a judicial officer, having powers similar to those of the circuit court judges in certain matters. (In fact, the commissioner is also a circuit court commissioner assigned to hear certain other types of hearings in traffic court, juvenile court, and small claims court.
Coroner 8455 Pronounce death, Determine cause/manner of death (Accidental, Homicide, Natural or Suicide), View and photograph all bodies for cremation, Issue cremation and disinterment permits, Issue autopsy, Toxicology and Coroner reports upon request from Doctors, Attorneys, Police Departments, families or insurance companies).
Corporation Counsel 8300 The Corporation Counsel’s Office is better described as the County Attorney’s Office. 
County Clerk 8110 Marriage Licenses, Office Supplies, Elections, Dog Licenses, General information, County Board or Committees, Census, County Directory update.
Department Phone #
262/284-
Description
District Attorney 8380 Prosecution of Crimes, Warrants & Complaints
Emergency Management 8397 Our mission is to minimize loss of life, injuries, and damage to property, the environment, and, and critical infrastructure while facilitating coordinated response and recovery actions following disaster of emergency situations in Ozaukee County.  We use all-hazards planning to develop and implement timely and effective mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery efforts
Finance 8240 Responsible for the efficient management and accountability of the County’s financial assets. Centralizes most of the county’s fiscal functions. Sets standardized fiscal policies and procedures. Serves as advisor and staff to the County Board’s Finance Committee and does the Purchasing for the county.
Highway Department 8331 Construct/maintain all county roads, remove weeds and brush, erect or remove fences when necessary, make surveys and maps, examine condition of roads, bridges and culverts for improvements or relocation of such, purchase/maintain all road equipment and tools.
Human Resources 8321 Develop, implement and administer comprehensive Human Resource Management Program for the County; labor relations, labor negotiations, recruitment, coordination and administration of employee benefits, conflict dispute resolution, advise department heads and county supervisors on human resource issues, administration and compliance of labor laws and regulations, worker’s compensation, job classification system, direct and coordinate Employee Evaluation Program, administer Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity, Employee Safety Program, administer compensation plan, personnel regulations, custodian of personnel records and training.
Human Services 8200 Child Protective Services (Child Abuse), Juveniles, Elderly Abuse & Care, Home Aids (House-work), Family Services, Licensed babysitter & Daycare, Intake & Access Workers. Title 19 & 20, Limited Relief, Welfare, Medical & Heat Assistance, Food Stamps, Financial Aid, Caseworkers, Low Income Housing, Energy Assistance, Child Foster Care & Group Home Care, W-2, Community Options Program (COP), COP-Waiver, Long Term Support, Parent Aids and Custody Studies
People in every community experience problems which can seriously affect them, their families, and their neighbors. In Wisconsin, the law requires that counties determine what public help will be offered to people suffering from mental illnesses, developmental disabilities and chemical dependency.
Counseling Center is a state certified mental health, alcohol and other drug abuse outpatient clinic which offers Ozaukee County residents a wide range of services provided by clinical social workers, chemical abuse counselors, psychiatrists, and psychologists.
Department Phone #
262/284-
Description
Land and Water Management 8270 Soils Information and Soil Surveys, Soil Conservation and Water Quality Practices, Conservation Planning, Priority Watershed Program, Wetland Restorations, Manure Storage Ordinance, Wildlife Damage and Abatement Program, Farmland Preservation Program, Tree and Shrub Sale, Well Abandonment, Ponds, Streambank Stabilization, Aerial Photos, Environmental Education, Conservation Easements, Bluebird Houses and Wildlife Management. Wetland Determinations, Conservation Reserve Program, Wetland Reserve Program, Land Evaluation, Emergency Watershed Protection Program.
Land Information 8262 Management of the Wisconsin Land Information Program, Computerized Geographic Information System (GIS), County Mapping Projects, Topographic/Planimetric mapping and Internet. This office is located in the Register of Deeds Office
Lasata Senior Living Campus

Lasata Senior Living Campus is comprised of: Lasata Care Center, a 190-bed skilled care nursing home; Lasata Crossings, a 60-unit Residential Care Apartment Complex assisted living facility; and Lasata Heights, a 60-unit apartment building for independent seniors over age 62.

Planning and Parks 8257 To provide an organized framework for Ozaukee County residents and visitors of Ozaukee County to appreciate and enjoy the natural and cultural resources, local ecology, recreational experiences, well planned sustainable growth and improved quality of life in Ozaukee County through the preservation, protection, and restoration of natural resources, wildlife and fisheries, increased awareness and education, stewardship, comprehensive planning including land division review and land preservation planning, and the acquisition, development, enhancement and operation of large scale, intergovernmental recreational opportunities including exceptionally well-maintained golf courses, multi-use trails, preserves and parks.
Public Health 8170 To prevent disease and to promote and protect the safety and health of all county residents.
Register of Deeds 8260 Record or research land records, or birth, death or marriage records.  Also this office maintains the property description roll and parcel maps along with assisting in the development of this website.  Also part of this office is the Land Information office
Sheriff 7172 Traffic Enforcement, Criminal Investigations, Warrant Processing/Service, Civil Process, County Jail, Jail Literacy Program, Jail Chaplaincy Program, Emergency Dispatch, Snowmobile Patrol, Mentorship Program, Internship Program, Special Deputies, Special Response Team ("SWAT"), Youth Aid Bureau, Law Enforcement Explorer Program, D.A.R.E., Neighborhood Watch, Hunter Safety, Ozaukee County Anti-Drug Task Force, Citizen Academy
Department Phone #
262/284-
Description
Technology Resources 8309 Provides management information systems, resources and support to Ozaukee County employees, residence, Public Safety, Emergency Services, municipalities and businesses.
Transit   Express bus and shared Taxi services
Treasurer 8280 Receive all county moneys, Pay out all county moneys, Tax collections, Tax Deed Lands, Property Assessments, Unclaimed Funds, Invest county funds.
University Extension 8280 AGRICULTURE AGENT - Agriculture Engi­neering, Livestock Production, Dairy Production and Management and Field Crop Production.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENT - Questions on Economic Development, Land Use, Local Government and Solid Waste Issues.
FAMILY LIVING EDUCATION - Financial Management, Parenting Education, Food Safety & Nutrition and Consumer Resource Management.
4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT - Questions on Countywide 4-H Club Involvement and Youth Development Education Programs.
Veterans Service 8326 Exists solely to provide services to the veteran and his family. In many cases this includes providing information, counseling, referral and assistance with the necessary paperwork associated with applying for benefits, whether it be local, state or federal.
Victim/Witness Coordinator 8387 Assistance to victims and witnesses of adult and juvenile 8criminal acts as listed in Basic Bill of Rights for Crime Victims. Court notification, escort and court support, employee intercession, restitution information, victim impact statements, appropriate referrals, property return and parole eligibility notification.
Workforce Development Center   The Workforce Development Center is a unique strategic alliance of business, government and education. The most important feature of The Workforce Development Center is that it was created in response to an identified need by the community at large. It is a lifelong resource to all job seekers, both present and future, and a means to help businesses meet their short- and long-term workforce development needs.

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121 W Main St P.O. Box 994 - Port Washington WI 53074 - General Phone 262-284-9411
General Hours of operation 8:30 to 5:00
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