Tuesday, April 16, Paul Farrow was sworn in to serve a second four-year term as Waukesha County Executive following the April 2, 2019 spring election. He renewed his oath of office during a small ceremony in front of Waukesha County elected officials and departments heads in the Administration Center this morning.
“As a public servant I strive to create a lasting impact on the community through strong leadership and vision, building coalitions to affect positive change, and to leave my office and the world better places than when I got here,” said County Executive Farrow. “I am honored to be chosen by Waukesha County residents to serve them once again in order to continue fulfilling that mission.”
Under County Executive Farrows leadership, Waukesha County has invested in public safety, roads and infrastructure, economic development, and the initial stages of a new courthouse project, all while continuing the county’s legacy as a low-tax, ‘AAA’ bond-rated county.
About Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow
County Executive Farrow serves in multiple roles that give Waukesha County a voice on national, state, and regional issues. In 2018, Farrow was appointed to the Intergovernmental Policy Advisory Committee (IGPAC), which advises the U.S. Trade Representative on trade policy matters that impact state and local governments. In 2017, he served as a contributing member for two of the White House’s 2017 Infrastructure Summits in Washington, D.C. County Executive Farrow is the newest co-chair of the Milwaukee 7 Regional Economic Development Partnership (M7) Economic Advisory Council. He also recently led a group to establish the Waukesha County Center for Growth, an economic development organization that serves as a one-stop shop for new and expanding businesses.