Mar 20, 2023
County Board Chair Monica Kruse looks at the many ways the county supports our rural infrastructure, businesses and communities.
Mar 10, 2023
La Crosse County has announced $90,000 in grant funding for 13 community events and festivals.
Mar 10, 2023
Learn how the Aging and Disability Resource Center of La Crosse County supports older adults and people with disabilities.
Businesses and organizations can't dispose of some materials in regular recycling or trash. The La Crosse County Hazardous Materials Program accepts many of these materials.
Scenic Mississippi Regional Transit - Serving Southwest Wisconsin, RideSMRT is a Commuter Bus System for Crawford, Vernon, Monroe and La Crosse Counties, running weekdays, Monday - Friday. Call toll free: (877) 444-6543.
Plan Ahead For Any Emergency - Once you've signed up for Smart911, first responders will be aware of important information you have provided that will help Police, Fire, and EMS locate and help you in an emergency.
Map Request Form - Land Information Department (Please complete all pertinent information to insure prompt and efficient action by the Land Information Department!)
WIC provides healthy food, nutrition education, and breastfeeding guidance to more than 8 million moms and children. If you’re pregnant, a caregiver, or a mom with children under 5, you can get the right personalized support for you and your family.
Need help paying for health? The Wisconsin Well Woman Program pays for: Mammograms, Pap Smears
Listing of requests for proposals
La Crosse Countyencourages redevelopment of housing opportunities within our more mature neighborhoods. Below is a brief description of the current program that we offer, along with links to program materials.
Zoning Department Mission: To assist and advise individuals, businesses, professionals and governmental communities by uniformly administering the zoning, floodplain, shoreland farmland preservation, telecom, outdoor advertising, non metallic mining ordinances, and the La Crosse County Comprehensive plan.
Welcome to the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of La Crosse County. We provide information and connections to support and services for seniors and adults with disabilities in La Crosse County. Upon your review of our website, please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
Because the City & County are both consumers of our resources and stewards of our environment, we must incorporate the principles of sustainability. “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.” -- U.N. Brundtland Report, 1987
A foster home cares for a child or children, temporarily, who need a safe, stable and nurturing place to live when the parents/guardians are unable to meet the needs of the child/ren.
In an effort to fulfill the missions of La Crosse County Government, and the Personnel Department, we place a great deal of importance on attention to detail in employment applications. To be a successful applicant, you are strongly encouraged to carefully review our Application Introduction and Instructions.
We issue vital records for events occurring in Wisconsin. We have information on how to obtain a vital record for events occurring outside of Wisconsin. Our vital records date back to 1851, real estate records date back to 1851 as well. We give informational tours of our office to area schools, Western Technical College, UW La Crosse and the Genealogical Society. We offer customers who own real estate in La Crosse County Property Fraud Alert as a deterrent to fraud in this county. We strive to keep your records safe and archived.
Answering those emergency calls is only one of the vital services we provide and accounts for less than 10% of our incoming phone call totals. Our center also answers non-emergency calls as well as providing dispatch and other support services for pre-hospital medical, fire and law enforcement agencies in La Crosse County. Our team of professional telecommunicators is ready 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist the citizens and visitors of La Crosse County when there is a need for public safety services.
The 7 C's Health Initiative is a Multi-Jurisdiction Coalition (MJC) that includes seven counties in Western Wisconsin: Buffalo, Trempealeau, Jackson, Monroe, La Crosse, Vernon and Crawford. With the help of our coalition partners and members, we are encouraging people in our communities to live tobacco-free. We support reaching toward a healthier Wisconsin, one that embraces tobacco-free communities! Partners, members, youth, health officials, community members, volunteers, and many more from all walks of life have come together to work on improving the health of Western Wisconsin.