Remodeling work in the Kenosha County Administration Building will affect the public’s in-person access to some services over the coming weeks.
The first-floor lobby and basement reception areas of the building are being modified to enhance security within the facility, located at 1010 56th St. in downtown Kenosha.
This work is scheduled to begin Monday, March 14, continuing into early May.
During this time, Land Information Office staff will temporarily relocate to the Kenosha County Center at highways 45 and 50 in Bristol. Staff will be available to meet the public at the Administration Building as needed, by appointment only; appointments may be made at 262-653-2622.
The Office of Register of Deeds will remain open, although its counter will be closed. Those who must visit the office are encouraged to make an appointment online or at 262-653-2444, or to visit the Elected Officials’ Satellite Office at the County Center in Bristol. Many Register of Deeds Office services may also be accessed online at kenoshacounty.org/522/Register-of-Deeds.
The downtown offices of the County Clerk and Treasurer will remain open during the construction period, but remodeling activity may be noisy at times, with reduced space available in the lobby. All services from the County Clerk’s Office will be by appointment only.
Many of these offices’ services may also be accessed at the Satellite Office in Bristol. County Center Satellite Office hours are 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Appointments for many of these offices’ services may be scheduled online at kenoshacounty.timetap.com.
Property tax payments may also be made through the mail, online at kenoshacounty.org/589/Treasurer, or in person at the Satellite Office.