The mission of the Brown County Executive's office is to coordinate and direct all administrative management functions of the County; to appoint qualified individuals to serve as County department heads and members of boards and commissions; and to annually prepare and submit a responsible County budget to the Board for review. 

The County Executive is the chief executive officer and chief elected official of the County and is responsible for the administration and management of the County.  The Executive appoints and supervises department heads; appoints members to boards and committees; provides legislative research support; addresses constituents concerns; prepares and submits the annual County budget to the County Board for review and approval; represents the interests of the County at the local, state and federal level; and promotes the County through professional representation in a positive manner at community events. The Executive’s office also collaborates with County departments, local officials and the general public to further the interests of the County. There are currently 31 County departments that include over 1,700 positions with a budget of over $270 million annually.

​Troy Streckenbach - Brown County Executive

Troy J. Streckenbach is in his third term as Brown County Executive, consisting of 31 County departments that include approximately 1,900 employees with a budget of over $290 million annually. Since taking office in 2011, Streckenbach has reduced the overall tax levy in Brown County, while paying off $25 million in total debt principal. During that time, there are over 8,000 more jobs in Brown County, and Streckenbach continues to make smart investments to grow the economy including investments in roads, waste recycling, rail, an international airport, and the Port of Green Bay.

County Executive Troy StreckenbachStreckenbach grew up in the Green Bay area and attended Premontre High School. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh and earned a degree in International Studies. He has owned and operated six businesses in Brown County for the past eighteen years. Streckenbach brings a fresh approach to Brown County government. His background as a businessman gives him the strong management skills and fiscal discipline with which he has effectively governed Brown County.

Streckenbach is focused on rebuilding Brown County’s economy by creating an environment that retains and helps encourage business development in Northeast Wisconsin.Streckenbach is focused on rebuilding Brown County's economy by creating an environment that retains and helps encourage business development in Northeast Wisconsin.

He currently lives in Allouez with his wife Jennie and three children, George, Henry and Josephine.