NOTE: The Racine County Board of Drainage Commissioners (RCBDC) is a self-governing body that is separate from, and independent of Racine County Government. RCBDC consists of five commissioners appointed by the Circuit Court of Racine County. Racine County government has no authority over any mapping, annexation, or benefits assessments proposed by the RCDBC. As a courtesy, Racine County hosts the RCBDC website for RCBDC, and permits RCBDC to conduct some meetings in county facilities. RCBDC provides the content for the RCBDC website, and is solely responsible for the accuracy of the information contained in the RCBDC website.
** Requests for Special Assessment Letters should be directed to email@example.com or fax to (262) 633-9900
** To report beaver problems/concerns, contact Commissioner Alan Jasperson at (262) 721-5162 or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Racine County Board of Drainage Commissioners (RCBDC) currently has five districts under its
jurisdiction. There are approximately 3,050 parcels of land within the five districts. All of the
Districts were formed in the early 1900s as autonomous Districts and Boards. In 1993, the
Wisconsin Legislature enacted a Statute which phased out autonomous drainage districts and
Boards, and all districts within Racine County came under the jurisdiction of the RCBDC. -- FOR MORE INFORMATION , CLICK HERE --
Norway/Dover Drainage District Mapping and Benefits Assessment
Download Drainage District Analysis Report/Mapping and Benefit Assessment
Norway-Dover District Map - 2013
Norway-Dover District Mapping And Specifications
Norway-Dover Audit Report 2006-2009
Hoosier Creek Drainage District Mapping and Benefits Assessment
Eagle Creek Drainage District Mapping and Benefits Assessment
Waterford Drainage District Mapping and Benefits Assessment