General Info

Dodge County was founded in 1885 and named after two-time Wisconsin governor, Henry Dodge. The majority of the county’s first settlers came from England. The county seat is Mantorville, whose courthouse, constructed from locally quarried limestone in 1865, is the oldest operating courthouse in Minnesota. Today, Dodge County is home to about 20,087 residents. Visit Dodge County to enjoy its vibrant historical district and local businesses, visit the nation’s only public airport, and more.