Kewaunee County Earns New Score in Moody’s Bond Rating

Kewaunee County’s budget management has contributed to a recent upgrade in its Moody’s bond rating. The county has earned a new score of A1 for its long-term credit: the fifth-highest score on a 10-step scale and an increase of one step from its A2 rating during its last full review in 2015. 

“We are pleased to receive this rating increase at a time when we are working to replace our county jail facility,” said Kewaunee County Administrator Scott Feldt. “This improvement will save county taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars in interest costs.”