3/8/17 – The Dodge County Board’s Executive Committee this week finalized the policy on the proper way to identify county-owned vehicles. The reason behind the identification was some county board members had expressed concern that citizens would not be able to recognize such vehicles if they were being used for non-work related purposes. County officials say the public would likely report any misuse, if that were to occur. The standard symbol most likely to be used will be the circular Dodge County logo with the cattails and geese. County Administrator James Mielke says the policy is already in place in multiple departments with the final step clarifying and putting it in writing.