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Posted on: March 2, 2023

Public Safety Referendum

Images of the St. Croix County Sheriff's Office with the text Public Safety Referendum.

As St. Croix County continues to grow, the demand for public safety services rises with it - creating a need for additional personnel that current funding levels cannot support. On April 4, 2023, voters in St. Croix County will see a Public Safety Referendum question on their ballot asking whether or not they support an increase in the County's annual tax levy to cover costs for 24 needed public safety positions. The positions include:

  • 8 - Sheriff Deputies
  • 4 - Correction Deputies
  • 3 - Investigators
  • 2 - Pre-Trial Case Managers
  • 2 - Support Staff
  • 2 - Deputy Clerk of Courts
  • 1 - CHIPS (Child in Need of Protection and/or Services) Attorney
  • 2 - Mental Health Co-Responders

Learn more about the Public Safety Referendum

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