Located in northeast Iowa along the Mississippi River, Dubuque County is known as the point where Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin meet. It’s also one of Iowa’s two original counties, with a growing population of 97,000. It’s a showcase of well-preserved buildings and homes, as well as a revitalized Main Street.
To update a small, outdated office building and secondary roads shop that both served Dubuque County, the Dubuque County West Campus was created. It’s home to two new replacement facilities: a 67,000-square-foot Secondary Roads Facility and a 10,000-square-foot Dubuque County Office Building, which houses the Dubuque County Assessor, Health Department, Road Department and Planning and Zoning.