Emergency Management


Washington County Emergency Management coordinates risk reduction, preparedness, response and recovery from emergencies and disasters such as: droughts, floods, tornados, wildfires, terrorism incidents, public health emergencies, or hazardous materials spills within the County, and Southeastern Wisconsin. 

In carrying out it's mission to provide protection to citizens and property, Washington County Emergency Management will typically provide guidance and assistance to county and local governments, businesses, and partner with nonprofit organizations. Emergency management serves as the liaison between state and federal agencies that provide resources and programs before, during, and after emergencies and disasters. 

Washington County Emergency Management offices work to increase communities resiliency in the face of disaster.  Your Washington County Emergency Management office, uses strategies such as planning, training, exercises, and public education, to carry out it's mission. 

Contact Us

  • Rob SchmidEmergency Manager

    Emergency Management

    500 Rolfs Avenue

    West Bend, WI 53090-7986

    Located in the Sheriffs Department

    3rd Floor

    (View Map)

    Phone:262-335-4399Fax:262-335-4796[email protected]

    Days Available:Monday - FridayHours Available:8AM-4:30PMAll visitors must check-in at front desk of Sheriffs Department