posted on 2/27/19
On 02/27/2019 at 7:31pm the Worth County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call of a vehicle on fire in the 3500 block of Olive Ave in rural Manly. The cause of the fire is unknown. The owner of the vehicle started it to warm it up and minutes later could smell something burning. There were no injuries. The fire was put out by the Manly Fire Department. The Worth County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Manly Police Department and the Manly Fire Department.
posted 7/12/22 · Board of Supervisors
posted 7/5/22 · Board of Supervisors
New State Law for Off-Road and All-Terrain Vehicles
posted 6/22/22 · Sheriff
posted 4/1/22 · Recorder
Put your boat back in the water and put more fun in your life. Getting on the water is safe and easy, with plenty of public access ramps at waterways near you. The water is waiting — all that's missing is you and your boat. Renew your registration today.
posted 3/9/22 · Planning and Zoning
A letter to inform the public of the intent by the Zoning Commission to recommend that the County Board of Supervisors extend the current Zoning Ordinance to apply to the unincorporated areas of all the townships in the county, versus just the three townships currently under zoning (Hartland, Brookfield, and Danville).