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Departments H Through Z
The Highway Department builds and maintains Le Sueur County roads, bridges, buildings, land, and parks.
Employment Home » Departments » Human Resources Human Resources Request email notification when page changes Le Sueur County's Human Resources Department develops, implements and administers all personnel functions and programs of the County including recruitment and selection, salary administration, employee relations, policy and procedural development.
The Mission of the Le Sueur County Department of Human Services is to assist residents of Le Sueur County to maintain and enhance their quality of life and increase their opportunities for self-sufficiency and independence.
The Management of Information Systems (MIS) Department is an internal county department that is responsible for the planning, development, operation, and support of all information and communications systems in the county government.
Services that the License Bureau perform include vehicle transfers, registration renewal, driver’s license renewal, DNR licensing including water craft, snowmobile, all terrain vehicles, plus hunting and fishing licenses.
Le Sueur County Parks Department works to develop parks and trails, preserve natural resources, promote outdoor recreation, tourism, and healthy living within Le Sueur County for residents of the county and surrounding areas.
Planning and Zoning
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The Probation Department's mission is to reduce recidivism by promoting offender change through proven strategies during safe and secure incarceration and effective community supervision.
Public Health works to promote, protect, and preserve the highest level of health and wellness for all residents of Le Sueur County.
County government is dependent upon taxation for its existence and it is the land that is taxed. All other county offices depend on the accuracy of real estate records. This involves recording deeds, mortgages and approximately 400 different real estate documents.
The Le Sueur County Sheriff's Office provides a wide range of law enforcement services to 14 townships and 9 cities that cover 467 square miles with the current population of approximately 27,400 people.
Veteran's Service Office
The Veteran's Service Office is here to act as an advocate and provide resources to the veterans of Le Sueur County, their families, and/or their survivors, by assisting them in obtaining a better standard of life through utilizing the benefits they are entitled to under the law.
Victim / Witness Program
The Victim/Witness Program, a division of the Le Sueur County Attorney's Office, provides services to all victims and witnesses of crimes prosecuted by the Le Sueur County Attorney's Office, including those that are not prosecuted due to lack of evidence or failure to identify the defendant.