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Winter Awareness Week in Wisconsin

Posted 11/08/2018

Eat Healthy, Be Active Workshops

Posted 11/08/2018

SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans

Posted 10/23/2018
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced that Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available for small businesses and non-profits that had damages from the August/September 2018 flooding/straight-line winds. 

For more information about how to apply for a disaster loan, click the press release below. 

SBA New Release - Disaster Assistance

Prevent Suicide Adams County

Posted 10/17/2018

CDBG-EAP Housing Assistance Available for Eligible Homeowners Affected by Recent Wind/Rain Storms

Posted 10/17/2018

Halloween Safety

Posted 10/12/2018

Veggie Voucher Report

Posted 10/12/2018

Public Input Needed! Outdoor Recreation Survey

Posted 09/24/2018

Help plan public outdoor recreation in Adams County!

Adams County Parks & Recreation Department is updating their Outdoor Recreation Plan, which sets the County's recreational direction for the next 5 years.

Last day to fill out the following survey is October 31, 2018.

The survey may take 5 minutes to complete.

Please take the survey:

With Rain and Dampness, Mold Increases

Posted 09/21/2018

Statement From County Board Chair John West Regarding the County Clerk Resignation

Posted 09/19/2018

Response to Liberty ID Press Release

Posted 08/22/2018

Update on Lake Sherwood Dam (Press Release 2)

Posted 05/11/2018
For Immediate Release
Date: 5/11/2018

Because of the multiple rain/snow events that have occurred since then we have been forced to install temporary measures to ensure the stability of the actuator. As a result the DNR has determined that the project is no longer an emergency and needs to go through the normal approval process. We do not anticipate this having any impact on summer lake levels or lake usage.
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Adams County Building Project

Posted 12/04/2017

On March 1, 2017 the County board formed an Ad Hoc Building Committee to examine and develop a proposed solution to the security issues raised by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections during the annual jail inspections. The committee reviewed potential options that ranged from internal construction processes to new facility construction. Through the process it was determined that there are safety and security deficiencies that exist in multiple areas of the courthouse. Since it was determined there was not enough space available to address the jail concerns properly, it was decided to look at options that would satisfy all the existing issues in the most cost effective manner possible.

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