Clark County

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Clark County is named for either George Rogers Clark, who was an American Revolutionary War leader or for A W Clark, who founded Clark’s Mill.


Created:  July 6, 1853

County Seat: 

Neillsville  1853 – present


County Courthouse – Neillsville


Location:  517 Court Street / 6th Street

Built:  1961 – 1962

Style:  Modern

Architect:   Carl W Schubert and Associates, Inc. of La Crosse

Contractor:  Ellis Stone Construction Company of Stevens Point


Description:  The building faces north and is a three story stone, glass and concrete structure. Sitting on a rise, the building is faced with a light colored polish stone. The building has narrow vertical windows between vertical stone dividing columns. The entrances are recessed along the length of the building. The roof line is flat.



N – Taylor County

E – Marathon County and Wood County

S – Jackson County

W – Jackson County, Eau Claire County and Chippewa County 








Photos taken 2007