Land Information

Function & Responsibilities
The charge of the Land Information Office is to automate, modernize, and integrate land information within Ozaukee County. It is important to think of the office as a resource for land information serving public and private users. Our function is to assist in the more effective and efficient use of land information collected for governmental use.

Creation & Funding
The Land Information Office was created under the auspices of the Wisconsin Land Information Program (WLIP). Created in 1989, the WLIP has provided a means by which government can best manage, share, and make accessible across jurisdictional boundaries land information. This program is funded through retained fees collected by the Register of Deeds Office.

Although the Register of Deeds Office is the source of funding, monies collected are used to benefit all governmental units within the county. The Land Information Office is available to provide technical, administrative, and funding support to facilitate the modernization of your land information. For more information, please contact Cristina Richards via email or by phone 262-284-8262.