Temporary Chapter 980 CommitteeMore details
Where: Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services 514 Riverview Ave., Waukesha, Room 271
When: 10/03/2023 3:00 PMMeeting Agenda A
Finance CommitteeMore details
Where: Waukesha County Administration Center - 515 W. Moreland Blvd., Rm.130, Waukesha, WI 53188
When: 10/04/2023 8:15 AMMeeting Agenda A
Local Emergency Planning CommitteeMore details
Where: County Highway Offices, 1641 Woodburn Rd, Waukesha, WI. With a virtual option: Meeting ID: 283 515 312 265 Passcode: BButrX Download Teams | Join on the web Or call in (audio only) +1 414-435-2078,,94819780# United States, Milwaukee Phone Conference ID: 948 197 80#
When: 10/04/2023 2:30 PMMeeting Agenda A
Aging and Disability Resource Center of Waukesha County Advisory BoardMore details
Where: Health and Human Services - Room 271, 514 Riverview Avenue - Waukesha, WI 53188 - REVISED
When: 10/05/2023 9:30 AMMeeting Agenda A
Wisconsin River Rail Transit CommissionMore details
Where: Hill Farms State Office Building 4822 Madison Yards Way, Madison, WI Room 152/156 South
When: 10/06/2023 10:00 AMMeeting Agenda A
Budget cuts tax rate, supports investments in public safety, infrastructure and maintains high levels of service.
On Tuesday, September 26, 2023, Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow presented the 2024 County Executive Budget to the County Board of Supervisors.
The nearly $400 million dollar budget follows a years-long trend of making justice and public safety Waukesha County’s top funding priority.
The Board is expected to pass the final budget in November.
Waukesha County adopts Drug Endangered Children Protocol (DEC)
Wednesday September 13, 2023 Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow along with other members of law enforcement, health and human services, prosecutors, the medical community, and community service organizations participated in a signing ceremony to implement the Drug Endangered Children Protocol.
County, Elected and Judicial officials celebrate construction kick-off. Remodeling work will modernize Courthouse to significantly enhance customer se...
Tuesday September 12, 2023 Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow alongside other County, Elected and Judicial officials, wielded sledgehammers to ceremoniously smash a wall, marking the official commencement of an extensive remodeling project at the Waukesha County Courthouse.
This four-year transformative renovation is set to bring the Waukesha County Courthouse into the 21st century. The project will encompass state-of-the-art upgrades in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and audio-visual systems. Security systems will be bolstered, and a modernized public announcement system will be put in place. The entrance will undergo a significant expansion, and secure, state-of-the-art courtrooms will be established, including moving juvenile court into the courthouse.
The month of September has been designated by the Wisconsin Court System as a time to recognize the importance of jurors...
The month of September has been designated by the Wisconsin Court System as a time to recognize the importance of jurors to the American justice system. Co-sponsored by the Wisconsin Court System and the State Bar of Wisconsin, the judges, clerks and attorneys who work in the system year-round have created this opportunity to acknowledge the participation of individuals who are summoned to serve in Wisconsin each year - people who have set aside their work and personal lives to ensure that this cornerstone of American justice perseveres. Whether a juror serves in September or on another date, this is the legal system's chance to call attention to every prospective and sworn jurors contribution and to say "thank you!"
To show our appreciation, a banner will be displayed in the lobby of the courthouse and court staff will wear "We Appreciate Jurors" pins throughout the month. Jurors who appear for service will be offered an assortment of treats. Jurors will also be given a token of appreciation, including a magnetic chip clip and cell phone wallet.
Capital Projects Plan for 2024-2028 Budget invests in safe roads, parks and County facilities.
Friday September 1, 2023, County Executive Paul Farrow submitted Waukesha County’s 2024 – 2028 Capital Projects Plan to the County Board of Supervisors.
The Capital Projects Plan includes funding for all major projects proposed in County budgets over the next five years. It focuses on essential infrastructure projects that supports safety and economic development in the community. Residents will notice qualify-of-life improvements to vital transportation corridors, County parks, plus a safer, more accessible courthouse and County facilities.