Access to Monroe County buildings still limited

Monroe County governmental buildings remain open with limited access to provide essential services.

With the continuation of Covid-19 in Monroe County, the public should call ahead and schedule appointments. 

Face coverings covering nose and mouth are required in most county buildings for those who are able to wear them.

For more information on a specific area of responsibility and county department, see the procedures, visitation restrictions, and guidance on our website at

Call ahead or email to see if your question or service can be provided remotely.  If not, make an appointment so service can be provided with the health and well-being of everyone involved. All residents needing to drop mail or make payments may use the drop boxes located outside county buildings.

Administrative Center (limited building access)

• County Clerk: (608) 269-8705

• Register of Deeds: (608) 269-8716

• Treasurer: (608) 269-8710

• Veterans Service: (608) 269-8726

Animal Shelter (limited building access)

• Dog Control: (608) 269-8775

Community Services Center (limited building access)

• ADRC Aging and Disability Resource Center: (608) 269-8690 or (888) 339-7854

• Public Health Department: (608) 269-8666

Executive Center (limited building access)

• Administrator: (608) 269-8006

• Finance: (608) 269-8011

• Personnel: (608) 269-8720

Justice Center

Building open to the public at this time. Call the department specifically before going to conduct business at these offices.

• 911 Communications Center: (608) 269-8712

• Child Support: (608) 269-8733

• Clerk of Courts: (608) 269-8745

• Corporation Counsel: (608) 269-8891

• District Attorney: (608) 269-8780

• Emergency Management: (608) 269-8711

• Jail: (608) 269-8759

• Judge Goodman’s Office: (608) 269-8926

• Judge Radcliffe’s Office: (608) 269-8875

• Judge Ziegler’s Office: (608) 269-8700

• Justice Programs: (608) 269-8835

• Medical Examiner: (608) 269-8721

• Sheriff’s Office: (608) 269-2117

Highway (limited building access)

• Administrative Office: (608) 269-8031

• Sparta Shop: (608) 269-8773

Human Services (limited building access)

• Human Services: (608) 269-8600

Land Conservation (limited building access)

• Land Conservation: (608) 269-8975

Monroe County History Room Museum (limited building access)

• History Room Museum: (608) 269-8680

Parks & Forestry/Sanitation & Zoning/Land Information/IT (limited building access)

• Information Technology: (608) 269-8696

• Land Information Office: (608) 269-8698

• Parks & Forestry: (608) 269-8635

• Sanitation & Zoning: (608) 269-8939

Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center (closed to all visitors with the exception of end-of-life situations)

• Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center: (608) 269-8800

UW-Extension (limited building access)

• UW-Extension: (608) 269-8722

Only the person who has business with the county should attend appointments.

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