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|- Lead Poisoning Assistance|
|Information about childhood lead poisoning, testing information, commonly used forms, resources.
|- Library - Account/Renew Items|
|Login to your library account to place holds on materials, view and renew checkouts, check your account, and pay fines|
|- Library - Apply for A Brown County Library Card|
|Apply for a Brown County library card - free to any Wisconsin resident. Apply yonline if you are 18 years or older.|
|- Library - Book a Meeting Room|
|Search and reserve spaces including Meeting Rooms at several locations and the Central Library’s Auditorium, Foyer and Board Room or book study rooms - perfect for small groups.|
|- Library - Catalog|
|Search the catalog by author, title, subject, format, and more!|
|- Library - eNews|
|Subscribe to one or more library email lists including the BCL Insider - the library's monthly news and events email.|
|- Library - Interlibrary Loan|
|Borrow items from other Wisconsin libraries and beyond.|
|- Library - Make a Donation|
|Make a tax-deductible gift to support the library.|
|- Library - Mobile Apps|
|Take the library with you with mobile apps for popular library resources!|
|- Library - Pay Fees|
|Pay your fines and fees using e-commerce.|
|- Library - Register to Attend an Event or Program|
|Library programs and events are free and open to the public but some require registration due to available space and/or supplies. Register online and you can opt to receive friendly reminders in advance of the program!|
|- Library - Reserve a Computer|
|Reserve a computer to use in a Library location of your choice The Brown County Library offers free access to the Internet as well as a variety of software applications. A valid library card is required.|
|- Library - Reserve Books for Book Clubs|
|Reserve books for your book club by browsing titles, a specific title, or by date(s) needed.|
|- Library - Suggest Materials for Purchase|
|Request materials you would like to see purchased for the library's collection.|
|- Limited English Proficiency (LEP)- Language Assistance|
|- Lottery and Gaming Credit|
|Visit the DOR Lottery and Gaming Credit Forms page to view available Lottery and Gaming Credit application and removal forms.|
|- Marriage Certificate|
|Statewide issuance of vital records allows any Register of Deeds office in the State of Wisconsin to issue Marriage certificates from all Wisconsin counties from October 1, 1907 to present.|
|- Marriage License - Apply for a Marriage License|
|Marriage License Information|
|- Medical Examiner's Office|
|The mission of the Brown County Medical Examiner’s Office is to establish the identity of human remains, to provide accurate certification of the cause and manner of death, and to identify, document, and interpret forensic scientific information for use in the investigation of violent, suspicious, and sudden unexpected deaths and in criminal and civil legal proceedings.
The agency is committed to the dignified and compassionate performance of these duties with impartiality and the highest level of professionalism in the service of the citizens of Brown County and its medical and legal communities.
|- Medication Disposal|
|Local law enforcement agencies collect medication to assure it is disposed of properly. This prevents theft, accidental poisoning of children and pets, and protects the environment. Individuals are asked to bring medication to the nearest collection site.
To find a drug take-back location near you, click on the following link for the Wisconsin Department of Justice website:
https://doseofrealitywi.gov/drug-takeback/find-a-take-back-location/ or check the list below. If you are unable to find a permanent drug take-back location near you, contact your local police department.
|- Neville Public Museum Collections Department|
|The Collections Department is the door to all of the materials held by the Museum. Our community's efforts since 1915 have resulted in the assembly of an outstanding collection of artifacts, photographs, and documents. The Museum uses these historical items to educate visitors about universal cultural diversity. This collection has grown to embrace nearly one million objects that reflect the heritage of many different cultural communities, the natural sciences, and the artistic expressions of various times and peoples.|
|- Neville Public Museum Digital Photograph Collection|
|Historic images created from and reflective of local lives, make the photograph collection one of the Neville Public Museum's strongest assets.
A hallmark of this collection is a group of over one million negatives taken for the Green Bay Press-Gazette from 1950-1980. Over 100,000 prints and cased images complement several special collections of works by local photographers.
|- Neville Public Museum Educational Tours and Programs|
|During your visit you will spend time with a tour guide who will share some of the highlights of our current special exhibits, participate in an educational program of your choosing that takes place in our classroom space, and have self-guided time to explore the exhibits in smaller groups. Each of these components will last about 45 minutes, for a total of experience of about 2 hours. You may also reserve space to eat lunch for an additional 30 minutes.|
|- Neville Public Museum Exhibits|
|Exhibits are designed to best reflect the Neville Public Museum’s collections and meet the community’s educational and creative needs.|
|- Neville Public Museum Facility Rental|
|The Neville offers use of its meeting rooms, Neville Theater, and Mezzanine for weddings, birthday parties, bridal and baby showers, family and class reunions, corporate events, recitals, and more. Wireless internet is available throughout the museum.|
|- Northeastern Wisconsin Housing CDBG Loan Program|
|Provides zero-percent deferred loan payment housing rehabilitation loan and down payment assistance.|
|- Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) Assessments|
|How to complete an alcohol assessment and driver safety plan after being convicted of Operating While Intoxicated (OWI)|
|- Order Copies of Real Estate Documents|
|The Brown County Register of Deeds has real estate copies of documents recorded or filed for property located in Brown County only.
There are three options available to purchase real estate documents: In Person, Online or Mail.
|- Passports - U.S.|
|Apply for a U.S. Passport|
|- Payee Services|
|Help managing money is available for persons receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI)|
|County Highway Permitting Services|
|- Prescription Drug Collection|
|The Sheriff's Office provides a place to turn over any old or unwanted prescription drugs in your home.|
|- Prevention and Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Abuse (ATODA)|
|Brown County Public Health has several collaborated programs committed to bring ATODA education, prevention, and intervention to our community. These programs are detailed throughout the ATODA webpage. If you would like to learn more, become involved, please feel free to contact one of the below staff members.|
|- Property Fraud Alert|
|Property Fraud Alert is a free on-line service that alerts subscribers against the possibilities of fraudulent activity being committed against their property.|
|- Property Tax Payment|
|Click this link to make an Online Property Tax Payment.|
|- Property Tax Records|
|Click this link to view the Brown County Treasurer's Property Tax Records Page.|
|- Provider Resources|
|Commonly used forms and links for providers including reporting forms|
|- Psychiatric Services|
|We offer psychiatric services for adult Brown County residents who are generally unable to be served elsewhere.|
|- Rabies Control|
|Rabies Control in Brown County
When it comes to animal bite cases, we work alongside law enforcement and veterinary clinics to better serve our community. We want to prevent the spread of diseases like rabies, so we provide education and consultation to animal owners and victims.
Why do we care about animal bites?
Rabies is a serious disease that is fatal without receiving timely treatment. The rabies virus can be spread through animal bites.
Did you find a bat in your house?
Reach out to your local humane officer or call us at (920) 448-6400. We can assess the risk level over the phone and direct you on the next steps to take.
|- Records Requests|
|Brown County Sheriff's Office Records are available for public release under Federal and Wisconsin Open Records Laws
Some types of records may not be able to be released because of such things as the “Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act” (HIPAA), “Drivers Privacy and Protection Act” (DPPA), and/or the fact that the incident is still under investigation.
|- School Resource Officers|
|Brown County has four officers with active positions in our school districts.|
|- Search Real Estate Documents|
|Information on searching Brown County real estate documents In-Person or Online.|
|- Sharps Disposal Locations|
|The Brown County Sharps Dispposal Program accepts used sharps at over thirty sites across the county. Please see the list of locations below. Most of the sites are either pharmacies or hospitals. At these stations, users can pick up a sticker and pamphlet and dispose of their used sharps in puncture-proof containers such as empty detergent bottles or sharps containers. Program stickers must be attached to the container, and instructions followed that include securing the lid, wiping off residue, and placing the container in a plastic bag for delivery to the sharps collection site.
There is no fee to the public for using the program. The program is restricted to household users.
*List last revised 3/30/2021
|- Sheriff Sales|
|A public auction of property repossessed in the event of an unpaid obligation, and is generally done because a mortgage lender repossessed the property and will try to sell it. A Sheriff sale may be held for properties seized to satisfy judgement liens or tax liens|
|- Tuberculosis (TB) Screening and Testing|
|Information about TB testing services/prices, commonly used forms, resources|
|- Unclaimed Funds|
|View and claim funds and uncashed checks held by the county, municipalities, and courts within Brown County.|
|- Veteran Services|
|Providing Benefits for Veterans and their Dependents.|
|- Well Water Testing|
|Private well users should test their water annually to be sure the well water is safe from harmful contaminants.|
|- Wisconsin Circuit Court Access (WCAA)|
|The Wisconsin Circuit Court Access (WCAA) website provides access to certain public records of the circuit courts of Wisconsin from the information entered into the Consolidated Court Automation Programs (CCAP).|
|- Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWP)|
|Free Mammograms and Pap tests and follow up for low income, underinsured women|