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The population of this county was 19,136 according to the census of 2010 and the county seat is Waseca. It was first founded in 1857 and named after Dakota which means “rich” because the area has fertile soil. The total area of the county is 433 square miles and to make sure that everyone is kept safe and secure, the county office is responsible for departments that do their part in keeping everything peaceful. These departments are court administration, emergency management, county attorney, Sheriff’s office, license bureau, and public health.

About the Sheriff’s office

The name of the Sheriff is Brad J. Milbrath and the phone number of his office is 507-835-0510

The office mailing address is 122 3rd Avenue, NW Waseca, MN 56093

The Sheriff’s office is an integral part of the system of justice of the county. Since the Sheriff is the chief law enforcement authority, the Sheriff is responsible for serving and protecting the county residents and also peace of the county.

Court administration

Court administrator is Lea Hall

Phone number: 507-835-5317

Office address: 307 N State Street Waseca, MN 56093

It is part of the 3rd judicial district administration. The administrator is Honorable Jeffrey D. Thompson

The third district court has all of the original jurisdiction in family, civil, probate, juvenile, criminal, and traffic cases filed in the county. The court also collects fines and fees.

The fee can be paid over the phone 24/7. If you are from area codes 612, 652, 763, or 952, dial 651-281-3219. From outside the metro, call 1-800-657-3611.

County jail

122 3rd Avenue NW Waseca, MN 56093

Phone number: 507-885-0508

Inmate Document Viewer Website:

If you want to visit someone in jail, you have to be 18 yrs old and submit your name and photo beforehand so they can schedule you for the next visitation day at the jail.

Visiting Hours:
Thursdays 6:30pm to 9:00pm Last Visit will be taken back at 8:30pm
Saturdays 8:00am to 11:00am Last Visit will be taken back at 10:30am
Sundays 8:00am to 11:00am Last Visit will be taken back at 10:30am

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Waseca County Sheriff Address
122 Third Ave. NW Waseca, MN 56093


Phone:(507) 835-0510

Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office4 weeks ago
Tis that season again.....frost and/or snow covering vehicle windows. Over the next month, we will be HEAVILY enforcing obstructed vision due to frost/snow obstructing the view of vehicles operating on Waseca County Roadways. Please take the time to clear your car windows so everyone can travel safely and arrive at their destination.

2017 Minnesota Statutes

§ Subdivision 1.Prohibitions generally; exceptions. (a) A person shall not drive or operate any motor vehicle with:

Subd. 3.Defrosting requirement. No person shall drive any motor vehicle with the windshield or front side windows covered with steam or frost to such an extent as to prevent proper vision.
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
This week November 6-10 - is Winter Hazard Awareness Week sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management in collaboration with the National Weather Service.

To ensure a safe and enjoyable winter, it is critical to be informed and aware of the potential risks and hazards associated with winter weather and how to avoid them.

Attached is a fact sheet with information on winter weather, outdoor safety, fire safety, indoor safety and winter driving. I would like to encourage you to take time to review each of these areas and share them with your family.

Winter hazards could happen to anyone of us. But, being aware and prepared could make all the difference in the outcome!

As always, if you have any questions or would like additional information, please feel free to contact me.

Stay Safe,

Denise Wright - Director
Emergency Management
Waseca County
122 3rd Ave NW
Waseca MN 56093
507-835-0690 office

By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.
Benjamin Franklin
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
Mandatory CWD testing Nov. 4-5
Portions of north central, central and southeast affected
In 2016, you purchased a firearm deer hunting license for a permit in an area that is subject to mandatory chronic wasting disease testing on Saturday, Nov. 4, and Sunday, Nov. 5.
Testing in north central and central Minnesota will determine whether CWD may have spread from captive deer to wild deer in central and north central Minnesota. Deer in these areas are not known to have CWD. These tests will determine that.
Mandatory CWD testing also will occur in much of southeast Minnesota Nov.4-5 because of its proximity to 11 known instances of CWD in wild deer.
After field dressing and registering their deer, all hunters in affected permit areas are required to take them to a sampling station. DNR staff will remove lymph nodes and submit them for laboratory testing.
Early detection is our best opportunity to eliminate disease spread and keep Minnesota deer healthy. It’s your cooperation that makes these surveillance efforts work.
And they do work. Proactive surveillance and precautionary testing for disease is a proven strategy that allows DNR to manage CWD by finding it early and reacting quickly and aggressively to control it.
We initiated these actions in 2005 to successfully combat bovine tuberculosis in northwestern Minnesota deer and in 2011 to eliminate a CWD infection in wild deer near Pine Island.
What you need to know
We’ve put together a video that explains everything. You can watch it online.
Hunters not in a mandatory testing area can collect their own lymph node sample and submit it for testing to the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at the University of Minnesota for a fee. Watch our video showing how to collect a lymph node sample and access a link to the lab’s website.
Here are the most important details to remember:
• Hunters must register their deer by phone, internet or in person. Harvest registration will not be available at CWD sampling stations.
• Central Minnesota deer permit areas with mandatory testing are 218, 219, 229, 277, 283 and 285.
• North central permit areas with mandatory testing are 155, 171, 172, 242, 246, 247, 248 and 249.
• Southeast deer permit areas affected are 343, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349 and 603.
• Hunters who harvest deer in area 603 are reminded that carcass movement restrictions remain in place. Deer cannot be removed from the area until a negative CWD test is received.
• Area 603 hunters must take their deer to one of three sampling stations at Forestville State Park, Strongwell or Preston on Nov. 4-5.
• DNR will provide space in a refrigerated trailer at its Preston forestry office for area 603 hunters who need to store their deer while waiting for test results.
• Hunters in 603 also can choose to properly quarter and de-bone the meat so it is free of brain and spinal column material, which allows the meat to be immediately moved out of the area.
• Beginning Monday, Nov. 6, and continuing through Saturday, Nov. 12, hunters in permit area 603 must take their deer to sampling stations at Magnum Sports in Chatfield or the Preston forestry office for mandatory CWD sampling.
• Head collection boxes will not be available during the entire A and B firearms seasons in permit area 603. Hunters who harvest deer must have them tested by DNR at Chatfield or Preston. The B firearms season runs from Saturday, Nov. 18, through Sunday, Nov. 26.
• Hunters in area 603 must use head collection boxes during the five-day break between the A and B seasons. The break runs from Monday, Nov. 13, through Friday, Nov. 17.
Complete information about mandatory CWD testing, an interactive map showing sampling station locations and a related precautionary feeding ban are available on the DNR's CWD webpage.
CWD information can change quickly so please check this page regularly.
Since only a small percentage of hunters have an email on file, we would appreciate it if you could forward this email to other hunters in your permit area.
Thank you in advance for your help in our effort to keep Minnesota deer healthy.

Lou Cornicelli • Wildlife Research Manager
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office1 month ago
PRESS RELEASE: Fatal Crash 10-29-2017
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office2 months ago
There will be no burning in Waseca County starting today 10/23/2017 and tomorrow 10/24/2017, with the winds reaching 45 mph gusts and many corn fields still standing we are taking precautions.

National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
1105 AM CDT Mon Oct 23 2017

Douglas-Todd-Morrison-Pope-Stearns-Benton-Sherburne-Kandiyohi- Meeker-Wright-Hennepin-Anoka-Ramsey-McLeod-Sibley-Carver-Scott- Dakota-Nicollet-Le Sueur-Rice-Goodhue-Blue Earth-Waseca-Steele- Faribault-Freeborn-
Including the cities of Alexandria, Long Prairie, Little Falls,
Glenwood, St Cloud, Foley, Elk River, Willmar, Litchfield,
Monticello, Minneapolis, Blaine, St Paul, Hutchinson, Gaylord,
Chaska, Shakopee, Hastings, St Peter, Le Sueur, Faribault,
Red Wing, Mankato, Waseca, Owatonna, Blue Earth, and Albert Lea
1105 AM CDT Mon Oct 23 2017


The National Weather Service in Twin Cities/Chanhassen has issued a Wind Advisory, which is in effect from 7 PM this evening to 6 PM CDT Tuesday.

* TIMING...Tonight through Tuesday afternoon.

* WINDS...Northwest 25 to 30 mph with occasional gusts around 45 mph.

* IMPACTS...Unsecured, light objects may be blown around. Driving may be difficult.


A Wind Advisory means that wind gusts in excess of 45 mph are
expected. Winds this strong can make driving difficult...
especially for high profile vehicles. Use extra caution.
Waseca County Sheriff's Office
Waseca County Sheriff's Office2 months ago
There will be no burning in Waseca County today 10/19/2017 and tomorrow 10/20/2017. Forecasts of low humidity and dry conditions this week, along with winds potentially reaching 25 mph gusts do pose significant fire hazards. Many corn fields are still standing, so we are taking precautions.