Agency: Altoona Police Department
Phone Number: 715-839-6090
OUR MISSION, To provide a safe environment while upholding the rights of all by serving with dignity, compassion, and respect.
Agency: CESA 10 (Cooperative Educational Service Agency)
Phone Number: 715-723-0341
CESA 10 makes it possible for schools, regardless of size, to work together to share staff and equipment, save money, and extend educational opportunities to all children. CESA 10 provides these services without mandates, without levying taxes, and with no state aid. CESA 10 services are accessed by all levels of professional educators, and are adjusted annually to meet the evolving needs of districts.
Agency: Diggers Hotline
Phone Number: 811
Diggers Hotline is a not-for-profit company that helps you find the location of buried utility lines that may interfere with your excavation project. State law requires that you contact Diggers Hotline, either by phone or online three working days before you disturb the soil.
Agency: Eau Claire Area School District (ECASD)
Phone Number: 715-852-3000
The Eau Claire Area School District has been a continuous district since July 1889. During consolidation in the early 1960s, rural schools were added to the city schools. We were then called a city school district. In 1982 the Board of Education voted to become a unified school district. We are a part of CESA Agency 10.
Agency: Eau Claire City Council
The City of Eau Claire has a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council, as the legislative body of the City, has responsibility for determining community needs, establishing priorities, specifying immediate and long-range policies, services and programs and adopting an annual budget.
Agency: Eau Claire County Clerk Of Courts
Phone Number: 715-839-4816
The Clerk of Court office provides administrative support services for all branches of the Eau Claire County Circuit Court including record keeping for all court cases, collecting money on court ordered obligations, and managing the court’s jury system. We also assist the public in accessing the courts and its records. As representatives of the judicial system, Clerk of Court staff treat those we help and serve with dignity, fairness, and sensitivity.
Agency: Eau Claire County County Clerk
Phone Number: 715-839-4801
The County Clerk’s office performs a variety of tasks. The tasks include, but are not limited to:Issuing marriage licenses
Delinquent property tax administration / tax deed sales
Official record keeping for the County Board
Providing public notice of county activities and meetings
Issuing timber cutting notices
Agency: Eau Claire County Democratic Party
Supports and works for partisan candidates. Provides educational forums for the public on issues of interest to our locale.
Agency: Eau Claire County District Attorney: Office of Victim Services
Phone Number: 715-839-4795
The Office of Victim Services is a special unit within the Office of the District Attorney. We provide information, support, and advocacy to all crime victims, witnesses, and their family members of adult and juvenile offenders.We realize being the victim of a crime can be a very difficult time. Victim Witness Services was established in an effort to assist victims in reducing trauma that is associated with victimization. Our goal is to provide the opportunity for crime victims to express their concerns and receive guidance throughout the court process. Victim Witness Services believes that every victim is entitled to be treated with sensitivity, dignity, and respect. We want to address the effects of crime on victims and witnesses, empower victims, and uphold victims’ rights. We also act as a referral agency for other services victims may be in need of but are not aware of in Eau Claire County.
Agency: Eau Claire County Parks And Forest Department
Phone Number: 715-839-4783
The Eau Claire County Parks & Forest Department manages over 52,275 acres of county forestland for timber production, public recreation and wildlife habitat development; manages and maintains 7 county parks, 3 county-owned dams which provide water-based recreation opportunities and regular water levels; maintain 183 miles of snowmobile trails and 30 miles of ATV trails and routes; maintain 4 cross-country ski areas totaling 22 miles of trail; and oversee and maintain other recreation opportunities including 135 campsites and mountain bike, horseback and disc golf trails.
Agency: Eau Claire County Sheriff’s Office
Phone Number: 715-839-4709
The Eau Claire County Sheriff’s Office seeks to professionally and efficiently provide a secure environment and to foster positive relationships within the community.
Agency: Eau Claire Elections Office
Phone Number: 715-839-4913
Handles elections within the City of Eau Claire (School Board, City, County, and State elections) registers voters changes voter information on file provides absentee ballots. You must be a US citizen age 18 or over residing in your voting district for 10 days. Election Dates, Spring Primary – 3rd Tuesday in February. Spring Election – 1st Tuesday in April; Fall Primary – 2nd Tuesday in September;Fall Election – Tuesday after 1st Monday in November. Citizens can register to vote in the City Elections Office before any election. On election day voters must register to vote at their polling place they need to provide their Wisconsin driver’s license number or the last four digits of their social security number as required by law. If a voter will be unable to go to the polls on election day an absentee ballot may be requested from the City Elections office before the election. Shut-ins and confined voters may have their names placed on a list to receive absentee ballots automatically at each election but they must send the Elections Office a signed request. Electors can vote absentee Approximately three weeks before each election at he elections office.
Agency: Eau Claire Fire Department
Phone Number: 715-839-5012
Eau Claire Fire and Rescue’s mission is to public health and safety achieved through developing, promoting, and maintaining a comprehensive network of emergency medical services, fire prevention and suppression, technical rescue, and hazard mitigation.Through progressive education, diligent training, and integrated communication, our team will collectively provide sustainable, high quality services focused on customer satisfaction and the prudent utilization of public funds.
Agency: Eau Claire Police Department
Phone Number: 715-839-4972
The Eau Claire Police Department is committed to providing excellent service to the City of Eau Claire in pursuit of the highest quality of life for our citizens. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in Eau Claire by partnering with the community to solve problems, reduce crime and disorder, safeguard individual rights, and improve public safety. Since 2006, the department has embraced a proactive problem-oriented policing philosophy which has proved valuable in meeting the department’s mission.
Agency: Eau Claire Post Office
Phone Number: 715-833-6785
This is the location that handles all USPS mail coming in and out of Eau Claire, WI.
Agency: Extension Eau Claire County
Phone Number: 715-839-4712
We teach, learn, lead and serve, connecting people with the University of Wisconsin, and engaging with them in transforming lives and communities.
Agency: Lake Altoona District
The objective of the Lake District is to maintain the quality of Lake Altoona for all residents of Eau Claire County. The Lake District derives its funding from taxes levied on its members.
Agency: League of Women Voters (LMV) of Greater Chippewa Valley
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. The League neither supports nor opposes candidates for office at any level of government. At the same time, the League is wholeheartedly political and works to influence policy through activism.
Agency: Republican Party of Eau Claire County
Phone Number: 715-835-3277
To provide local citizens the opportunity to support and work for political candidates who share similar political philosophies. That political philosophy is one of smaller government, less taxes, more personal freedom & with-it personal responsibility. Keeping up on the war on terrorism, defending our country, our borders, and our freedoms.
Agency: School District of Altoona
Phone Number: 715-839-6032
Engage. Equip. Empower.
Offering Large School Opportunities with a Small School Approach
Agency: Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV): Eau Claire Service Center
For temporarily disabled people to obtain a permit for parking in handicapped spaces without a Handicapped License, a form must be filled out by the person and his/her doctor and sent to the DMV. The disabled person receives a card which they place in the car used to drive them. This may be obtained at the Eau Caire Office for an additional $6 fee. Use form MV2162. Department of Motor Vehicles/Division of Transportation has an office at 718 W CLAIREMONT that is open on Tuesday and Thursday 7AM-5PM. 1-800-924-3570. The office on Melby Road is a full-service DMV. Driving test appointments available. Madison (608) 266-1442 Milwaukee (414) 266-1028 Other areas (608) 264-7478
Agency: Wisconsin Green Party
The Wisconsin Green Party is one of four recognized political parties in Wisconsin. We stand for true social, economic, and environmental justice. We are attempting to build a democratic society in which human needs matter more than corporate profits.
Altoona Public Library
1303 Lynn Avenue
Altoona, WI 54720