Meet our new Director, Kaye L. Dickson. Originally from Marion, Ohio, Kaye relocated from Phoenix, Arizona to accept her new position here.
Deputy Wardens visit thousands of school children each year to teach them how to be safe around dogs.
Contact us at 525-5227 to request a visit to your school.
How to avoid a dog bite
We are very proud of our modern new facility on Tamarack Boulevard which opened in October, 2011. The Franklin County Dog Shelter & Adoption Center provides a safe, healthy environment for the dogs, visitors, volunteers and employees. The shelter is a green, environmentally-friendly building which utilizes solar panels, natural sunlight, and an energy efficient design. Specialized air filtration and cleaning systems help keep the dogs healthy by preventing the spread of diseases, and the innovative "real life" rooms provide a comfortable home-like living environment for the dogs in residence.
Board of Commissioners Agencies
- Animal Care & Control
- Benefits & Risk Management
- Child Support Enforcement
- Economic Development
- Fleet Management
- Homeland Security
& Justice Programs
- Human Resources