County Administrator: Adam N. Payne
Assistant to the County Administrator: Alayne Bosman
*All Department Annual Reports are located
Sheboygan County Departmental Program
As the Chief Administrative Officer, I provide executive management and oversight to all operations of Sheboygan County government. This includes supervising department heads, developing and executing the annual budget, recommending organizational changes, assuring policies enacted by the County Board are carried out, and assuring fiscal and program accountability of services to the taxpayers of Sheboygan County.
Sheboygan County is recognized as a leader of providing responsive and cost-effective local government. The annual budget supports 19 departments, 825 employees, hundreds of contracted service providers and more than 200 programs. Our programs and services include maintaining the safety of our highways and roads, law enforcement, protecting and enhancing natural resources, providing birth certificates and marriage licenses, land records, and critical health and human services for the mentally ill, elderly, physically disabled, children, and the financially poor. We also operate a thriving airport and provide the facilities for the UW-Sheboygan campus, both vital to economic development.
I am proud of the excellent team we have in place and services we provide to the citizens of Sheboygan County. I hope you will find this website informative and helpful in learning about Sheboygan County government, and we welcome your input and suggestions for improvement.
MISSION, VISION and GUIDING PRINCIPLES:
The mission of Sheboygan County is to provide courteous, responsive, efficient and effective services to those we serve.
The vision of Sheboygan County is to be recognized as a leader of responsive and cost-effect local government.
The guiding principles of Sheboygan County are:
(1) to provide leadership,
(2) to be dedicated to the concept of democratic local government,
(3) to maintain a constructive, objective, and creative attitude,
(4) to maintain a deep sense of social responsibility as a trusted public servant,
(5) to be dedicated to the highest ideals of honor and integrity in all public and personal relationships,
(6) to recognize that the chief function of local government is to serve the best interest of all citizens,
(7) to improve the quality and image of public service, to encourage regular communication between citizens and county officials,
(8) to emphasize friendly and courteous service to the public,
(9) to treat your colleagues and staff with respect and courtesy,
(10) to foster problem-solving and continuous learning in the work environment,
(11) to train and empower staff to attain high standards of professionalism, and
(12) to actively seek shared services opportunities with local, state, and federal agencies.