Dodge County is a Livestock Friendly County for zoning. A new website to keep informed about recent crop condition reports by various regions within Dodge County is Crop Tech Cafe.
On the this same website, there is information on local events of interest to growers and useful links and resources.
We invite you to browse our web site to learn about our
various county offices and the services Dodge County,
Nebraska offers its citizens.
This web site contains information about county programs,
services, departments and offices, as well as helpful
information on commonly asked questions. We encourage you
to use this site frequently to access agendas and minutes
of the Board of County Supervisors.
Please contact the Webmaster if you have any questions,
comments or suggestions on how we can improve this web site.
REGULAR COURTHOUSE HOURS
8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
FREQUENTLY CALLED PHONE NUMBERS
County Jail 402-727-2709
County/Traffic Court 402-727-2755
Driversí Examiners 402-727-2902
County Treasurer 402-727-2750
Elections/Voter Registration 402-727-2767
County Attorney/Prosecutor 402-727-2725
Dodge County is not quite large enough to have State of Nebraska Drivers' Examiners five days a week;
Dodge County's office is open only on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 8:45 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. in Room 103, 402-727-2902.
For more information about disaster preparedness, look at our links page to Region 5/6 Emergency Management, an agency
funded by Dodge County and other counties or click Region 5/6 Emergency Management
Ballot Information from Dodge County Clerk's Office
Unofficial County-wide Turn-out 32.7%;Largest precinct turn-outs were Fremont 1C at 49.5%, Fremont 4D at 44.3% and City of Hooper at 40.9%.
County-wide Turn-out 69%; These are only Dodge County's results. Many of these districts including schools cover more
than Dodge County.Official totals for Scribner-Snyder School Board Write-In affidavit candidates were Elmer Armstrong, 289;
Betty J. Poppe, 278; Wayne Beck, 268