The next Kewaunee County Board meeting is Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 6PM.
Kewaunee County 20-Year Comprehensive Plan (Including Farmland Preservation Plan) (Note: File May Take Longer to Download)
Kewaunee County Fills Hundreds of Backpacks for Local Kids - More than 15,000 donated school supplies were made available for Kewaunee County kids to choose from at the annual Back to School Program, organized by the Kewaunee County Public Health Department. News Release
Kewaunee County WIC is Here for You - The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has announced that the Wisconsin Women, Infants and Children program will celebrate National Breastfeeding Awareness Month by launching "#WICsconsin Enrollment Week" from August 19th-23rd to create awareness about support services throughout the state. News Release
Kewaunee County Programs
Living Well - The ADRC of the Lakeshore is presenting a six-week workshop to help those dealing with pain and fatigue, discover better nutrition and exercise choices as well as understand new treatment. The sessions begin September 11th and run through October 16th. Classes will be held at the Kewaunee Care Center from 9AM-11:30AM. Those interested must sign up for the entire series. The number of participants will be limited. To register, please call 1-877-416-7083. More Information
Stepping On - The ADRC of the Lakeshore is presenting a fun and interactive evidence-based falls prevention class beginning August 15th. The class is FREE, but a $10 donation is suggested to help defray costs. To register, please call 1-877-416-7083. More Information
Get Healthy Kewaunee County - Weekly Community Walking Groups in Algoma, Kewaunee & Luxemburg. Each walk starts at 6PM and lasts approximately 1-hour. Questions? Call Kewaunee County Public Health (920) 388-7160. More Information
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has started work on the CTH S/Ahnapee River Bridge in Algoma. The bridge replacement project is expected to last until November 8, 2019. If you would like to get on an email list for project changes and updates, please contact the City of Algoma at (920) 487-5203.
During weather events, Kewaunee County offices may be minimally staffed or be closed due to conditions. Please call ahead to ensure staff will be available to assist you. Staff Directory
Printed Wednesday, August 21, 2019