Updated 7 January 2005
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Did you know about these Wisconsin web sites?
The 2003-2004 Wisconsin Bluebook is located here with factual information
about the state, its legislators, constitution, state and local
The Wisconsin portal has state and local government information
accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are also quick
links to Employment information in Wisconsin, Licensing and Permitting,
Health & Human Services,Consumer Information, Build Your Business,State
Tax Information,Living in Wisconsin, Directories and Lottery Results.
The Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau has developed a site compiling
links to legislators, upcoming legislative activities, Committees
and links to previous sessions, the Blue Book - Biennial almanac of
Wisconsin government and much more.
List of Agencies
Whatever Wisconsin government agency, board, commission or department
you are looking for, you'll find it right here in this alphabetical
Designed to develop annual total population estimates for all
towns, villages, and cities, this center also makes annual estimates
of the voting age population for all municipalities and total
population estimates for Zip Code Areas in Wisconsin. In addition,
this organization develops population projections by age and sex
for the counties; population projections of total population for
all municipalities; and estimates of total housing units and households
for all counties.
Department of Administration.
This agency provides the governor with fiscal management information
and the policy alternatives required for preparation of Wisconsin's
biennial budget. In addition, it is responsible for providing a
wide range of support services to other state agencies, and it operates
and maintains the state's buildings, including the State Capitol.
Department of Public Instruction
The Wisconsin state agency responsible for public education, public
libraries and the Schools for the Visually Handicapped and the Deaf.
This page provides access to statistical information based on vital
records (records of birth, death, marriage and divorce). Statistics
derived from vital records provide basic information about such
topics as infant health, causes of death, and rates of marriage
A few more sites:
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