Dane County is the second-largest county in the State of Wisconsin with a population of approximately 546,000 as of 2019. There are over 60 cities, towns, and villages within the county. The governing body is the Dane County Board of Supervisors.
Madison is Dane County's largest city. It is the county seat and the Wisconsin State Capitol. It is also home to the University of Wisconsin. The population of the city of Madison is estimated at over 259,500 people, making it the second-largest city in Wisconsin and one of the fastest-growing communities in the state.
We believe in developing and maintaining a diverse, equitable workforce that will strengthen the Dane County Sheriff's Office. Diversity is understanding, recognizing, and valuing the differences that make each person unique. Equity is providing a workplace that gives every employee an equal opportunity to develop and grow professionally and personally. The Dane County Sheriff's Office is committed to recognizing the talents and job performance of every employee and values the contributions that come from people with different backgrounds and perspectives.
Dane County Farmer's Market
Madison Public Schools