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MADISON, Wis. – The Office of Emergency Communications (OEC) is pleased to announce the award of 24 grant projects totaling $1,076,223.75 in state funding to local county land information offices across Wisconsin.

Funding will be used for various projects related to geographic information systems (GIS) data creation, preparation, and remediation activities necessary for enabling Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) call routing. A summary of the grant awards is detailed below.

Award AgencyTotal Award Amount ($)State Grant Amount ($)
Adams County Government$24,531.00$23,304.45
Ashland County$160,426.00$152,404.70
Bayfield County$71,107.00$67,551.65
Chippewa County Department of Planning & Zoning$21,300.00$20,235.00
Crawford County$32,362.00$30,743.90
Dunn County$24,819.00$23,578.05
Eau Claire County$29,500.00$28,025.00
Green Lake County$28,210.00$26,799.50
Iron County$18,417.00$17,496.15
Jefferson County$10,500.00$9,975.00
La Crosse County Land Information Department$16,500.00$15,675.00
Langlade County$9,500.00$9,025.00
Manitowoc County$34,367.00$32,648.65
Marathon County$12,044.20$11,441.99
Racine County$247,511.90$235,136.31
Richland County Land Information Office$47,965.00$45,566.75
Rock County Land Information Office$32,500.00$30,875.00
Sauk County$47,026.00$44,674.70
St. Croix County$17,060.00$16,207.00
Walworth County$46,994.00$44,644.30
Washburn County$22,646.00$21,513.70
Washington County Land Information Office$74,268.00$70,554.60
Waukesha County$85,200.00$80,940.00
Waushara County$18,113.00$17,207.35
Totals                                                       $1,132,867.10$1,076,223.75

The NG9-1-1 GIS Grant Program Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 state grant was authorized by Wis. Stats. § 256.35 (3s) (br), with funds allocated to DMA from the Wisconsin Police and Fire Protection Fund.

Additional details about the FY23 funding opportunity and applicant eligibility can be found in the formal grant announcement: