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8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
Adams County Courthouse is closed the following holidays.

New Years Day
Friday before Easter
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving
Day after Thanksgiving
The last work day immediately preceding Christmas
Christmas Day

If any of the above mentioned holidays fall on Saturday, the preceding Friday is considered the holiday, if a holiday falls on Sunday, the following Monday is considered the holiday.

    
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ADAMS COUNTY COURTHOUSE OFFICES
400 Main Street Friendship WI 53934

Administration Wing - 403 Adams Street
Courthouse Entrance - 401 Adams Street
Law Enforcement - 301 Adams Street
Huber Entrance - 397 Adams Street

  
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Sever Weather Storm Spotter Training
For Storm Spotters and Potential Storm Spotters
OPEN TO GENERAL PUBLIC
MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017
6:30 P.M.
 
QUICK WEATHER REPORTING SAVES LIVES.
 
LOCATION: Adams County Community Center
       569 North Cedar Street
       Room 145B, Adams, WI
         (behind AF County Market)
 
La Crosse National Weather Service will be conducting a SKYWARN Severe Weather Spotters Class. The class will last about two hours and includes a multimedia presentation.
 
Learn from National Weather Service trained personnel how storms develop, how to recognize severe weather and how to better protect yourself and your community when a storm is possible.
 
Come and refresh your skills if you’ve attended a previous training.
 
 
Pre-Registration is requested by
Monday, April 10, 2017
 
TO REGISTER, CALL ADAMS COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AT 608-339-4248 (IF NO ANSWER, LEAVE A MESSAGE) or e-mail
 emmgmt@co.adams.wi.us
 
Road Closed - County Road "P"
IMPORTANT NOTICE
ADAMS COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
ROAD CLOSED / COUNTY ROAD “P”
 
          County Road “P” (between County Road B & Marquette County Line) in Adams County will be CLOSED   ~   from 3/13/17 to 10/13/17 due to Reconstruction.
 
THIS ROAD WILL BE OPEN TO LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY AND WILL BE CLOSED TO ALL THROUGH TRAFFIC.
 
Traffic will be detoured to these roads:
State Road 23/County Road “A” (Marquette County)
 
Dates are subject to change on the above project, due to inclement weather.
 
Important Notice of Posted Weight Restrictions for:
ALL COUNTY TRUNK ROADS IN ADAMS COUNTY
EFFECTIVE DATE: WHEN SIGNS ARE POSTED (Monday, February 27, 2017)
In accordance with authority granted by State Statutes 349.16 all County Trunk Roads Weight Limits are:
CLASS B HIGHWAY (Per State Statutes 348.16)
This weight limit will remain in effect until signs are no longer posted.
These weight restrictions are for County Trunk Highways Only.
Any weight restrictions on State, City, Village, and Town Roads are handled by each individual entity & you need to contact them directly for the status of their weight restrictions.
 
By the authority of the Adams County Highway Commissioner.
Patrick Kotlowski
Highway Commissioner
 
Caution urged near dams due to potential for increased river flows, unstable ice conditions

With temperatures forecast to be above 50 degrees for the next several days, Wisconsin River Power Company (WRPCO) is urging residents to avoid the areas around its Petenwell and Castle Rock hydroelectric dams because of the potential for unstable ice, increased river flows and elevated river levels.

A WRPCO employee recently spotted people fishing on its reservoir. WRPCO advises all outdoor enthusiasts to remove any personal property from and stay clear of its reservoirs, as the warm weather may create thin ice conditions or cause sections to break away and move downstream. Even during typical weather conditions, ice formed around hydroelectric dams is often unsafe.

Water from melting snow and ice has the potential to significantly raise narrow portions of the Wisconsin River. Sections or blocks of ice that have not completely melted also may clog river passages and elevate river levels.

Additionally, the National Weather Service is predicting increased river flows into the Petenwell Dam throughout next week. The increased flows have the potential to cause flooding on roadways located south of the WRPCO hydroelectric dams.

WRPCO is closely monitoring ice conditions and river levels around its dams, and will continue to communicate with county officials and residents located near its dams about any changes in river conditions.

 
Notice To All Adams County Dog Owners
Notice is hereby given to all dog owners that rabies vaccinations and dog licenses are required under the statutes.
 
Certificates of current vaccination must be presented when obtaining dog license. All dogs five (5) months of age or older require a license.
 
The minimum license fee for neutered males or spayed females is $8.00 upon presentation of evidence that the dog is neutered or spayed and $13.00 for an unneutered male dog or unspayed female dog or one-half of these amounts if the dog became five (5) months of age after July 1 of the license year.
 
Multiple dog license fees are $35.00 for twelve (12) or fewer dogs and an additional $3.00 for each dog in excess of twelve (12).
 
Late fees of $5.00 shall be assessed and collected from every owner of a dog five (5) months of age or over if the owner failed to obtain a license prior to April 1.
 
Cindy Phillippi, Adams County Clerk
 
 
2015-2016 Adams County Plat Books
GREAT NEWS!
 
The 2015-2016 Adams County Plat Book are available at the Treasurers office & other local businesses on Friday. Cost is $ 35.00/book
 
  
 County & Municipal Meetings


 
     
3/28/2017 7:00 PM Town of Monroe - Town Board Meeting Monroe Town Hall
4/5/2017 1:00 PM Planning & Zoning A260 Courthouse
4/18/2017 7:00 PM Town of Monroe - Annual Meeting Monroe Town Hall
4/19/2017 9:30 AM Board of Adjustment A260 Courthouse

These are public meetings and as such all members or a majority of the member of the County Board may be in attendance. While a majority of the County Board members or the majority of any given County Board Committee may be presented, only the above committee will take official action base on the agenda. End times are approximate only, meetings will run until all business on the agenda has been conducted. Any person wishing to attend who, because of a disability, requires special accommodation, should contact the County Clerk’s Office at (608) 339-4200 at least 24 hours before the scheduled meeting time so appropriate arrangements can be made.

    
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