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  1. News Flash

  1. Walworth County Public Works Clean Sweep Events Oct. 1 & 2

    Walworth County will host Clean Sweep hazardous waste collection events on Oct. 1 and 2, 2021. During Clean Sweep, residents and businesses can dispose of unwanted, unused or damaged hazardous waste. Read on...
  2. US 12 in Walworth County Traffic Switch & Exit Closure

    On Sept. 25, WisDOT implemented a traffic switch crossover on US 12 and closed the westbound entrance/exit ramps at Pell Lake Drive. Read on...
  3. STH 50 Road Closure & Culvert Replacement

    Monday, Sept. 27, WisDOT closed STH 50 from Lake Lawn Resort to CTH F. This closure is scheduled to last two weeks. Read on...
  4. Volunteers Needed for County Park Workdays

    Walworth County Public Works is seeking volunteers for the last three park workdays of 2021. Read on...
  5. Community COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination Site, Tuesdays, Sept. 21-Oct. 26

    The Walworth County Division of Public Health will launch a joint COVID-19 testing and vaccination site starting Sept. 21 and running through Oct. 26. at Chapel on the Hill in Lake Geneva. Read on...
  6. Aging and Disability Resource Center to Host Safe and Savvy Senior Day

    The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) will host the annual Safe and Savvy Senior Day, a free, in-person information and resource session for older adults and their families, on Saturday, October 9th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Read on...
  7. Walworth County to Host a Performance of "In the Garden"

    Walworth County Health & Human Services’ (WCDHHS) Aging and Disability Resource Center is pleased to announce the upcoming performance of “In the Garden.” Read on...
  8. Take the Community Health Survey Today!

    Walworth County Health & Human Services’ Division of Public Health is currently conducting a survey to hear more about what it is like to live, learn, work, worship, and play in Walworth County. Read on...
  9. Employees, Public to Wear Masks in Walworth County Buildings Regardless of Vaccination Status

    Effective August 9, 2021, Walworth County is now asking all employees and members of the public who are conducting business in County-owned facilities to wear face masks regardless of vaccination status when in public spaces or in contact with others. Read on...
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