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Kewaunee County Locator Map

Kewaunee County

Kewaunee County, created in 1852 from Door County, is named either for a Potawatomi word meaning "river of the lost," or a Chippewa word meaning "prairie hen," "wild duck," or "to go around." Located in northeast Wisconsin, the county seat is Kewaunee.

Website: http://www.kewauneeco.org

Location: East Central
Land Area: 343 square miles
 
Population:


Source: https://www.wicounties.org/index.iml
 
Coordinated Public/Human Service Transportation Planning
 
Transportation coordination involves human service agencies, transportation providers, consumer groups, and public officials working together to develop and improve services for individuals unable to provide their own transportation. Many of those served are not able to provide their own transportation as a result of disability, age or income. Transportation coordination provides more rides to more consumers through cooperation, communication and sharing resources, ensuring that transportation resources funded by local, state and federal programs are well-managed.
 
Source: https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/local-gov/astnce-pgms/transit/compliance/coord.aspx

Service Area Providers: Services
 
Current Plan: Action Plan 2016