The Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation serves counties and local governments and the people they serve by providing long-term stability in insurance coverages, while controlling these costs. The County Mutual is A.M. Best rated and is owned by member counties and has the financial security and comprehensive programs and services that will protect your county, while saving precious taxpayer dollars. What makes the County Mutual unique is our close working relationship with member counties. Acting in collaboration, the County Mutual and county owners work as a team to aggressively control their claims costs by promoting quality risk management efforts that are second-to-none in the industry.

Working together, we truly are a mutual effort.

Sign Up Today for "Weather Risk Management & Readiness" Webinar

Posted Nov 15, 2016

The field of weather readiness, risk management and control has become a hot topic in today's era of big data and technology. Certified Meteorologist Mark McGinnis of Fair Skies Consulting will present tools, strategies and considerations for public entities in Wisconsin that can be used in our various...

Read More

Milwaukee County Parks Employees Take Part in County Mutual's Roadeo

Posted Nov 3, 2016

Picnics, farmer’s markets, golfing, bike trails, summer concerts; the list of things to do in Milwaukee County’s nationally recognized parks system is almost infinite and maintaining the over 140 parks and parkways totaling nearly 15,000 acres is done by the dedicated staff the Milwaukee
Read More

2016 Annual WCMIC Representative Assembly Webinar Clips Available

Posted Oct 6, 2016

The 2016 Representative Assembly of the Wisconsin County Mutual Insurance Corporation was held Thursday, September 8, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. This year the meeting was conducted as a webinar.The Representative Assembly is the annual meeting of the corporation. As a shareholder, one person from...
Read More

What Makes the County Mutual Unique is Our Close Working Relationship with Member Counties