County Administrator

The County Administrator is the Chief Administrative Officer of the County under Wisconsin Statutes §59.18. The County Administrator works under the general supervision of the Administration Committee. The County Administrator administers, directs and coordinates the activities of the County personally or through County departments in accordance with laws and ordinances, policies, goals and objectives established by the County Board.


St. Croix County is dedicated to responsible financial management, overseeing a budget of over $120 million and a team of more than 650 dedicated employees. The County’s budget focuses on the priorities established by the County Board, ensuring that your tax dollars are allocated where they matter most.

Each year the County Administrator and Finance Director work with County leadership to create a balanced budget to bring forward to the County Board for consideration. The process begins in March and finishes in November with the adoption of the County Board of Supervisors Budget Resolution.