Board of Supervisors

Patti Logsdon

9th District Supervisor

About Supervisor Logsdon

Supervisor Logsdon was first elected in April 2018. She is a concerned citizen who is honored to work as a public servant for her community.

Patti’s experience includes working as an accountant for over 35 years while raising a family, and remaining active in the community as a poll worker, cheerleading coach, treasurer, assistant treasurer and board member of several local Milwaukee County non-profit organizations, including the Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership Council..

A master's degree in accounting from Alverno College and her business experience at a Fortune 500 company will assist her with implementing the issues and overseeing the financials in Milwaukee County.

Married for 37 years to her high-school sweetheart, Patti is a cancer survivor, proud mom of Bradley and Melissa, joyful grandmother to Samantha, Alison, Connor and Matthew, and a lifelong resident of Milwaukee County.

Supervisor Logsdon is a member of the committees on Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and General Services; Transportation and Transit; and Personnel.

She is known as fair, honest and respectful and will remain true to her principles.  

Contact Supervisor Logsdon:
Phone: (414) 278-4267
Email: [email protected]

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Press Releases

Transportation and Transit Committee Commends Launch of Comprehensive Countywide Reckless Driving Plan Project


On Tuesday, January 24, the Transportation and Transit Committee heard a report outlining the timeline and scope of a project to develop a comprehensive countywide transportation safety plan to address reckless driving.

Supervisor Logsdon Applauds $1 Million Gift to Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens


The Bucyrus Foundation recently donated $1 million to the Friends of Boerner Botanical Gardens Inc. for the organization to grow its endowment.

Supervisor Logsdon Commends Adoption of Resolution Calling for Report on County Audit


Yesterday, the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors adopted [10-6] a resolution to request a report on the audit of the 2012 agreement between Milwaukee County and the Rock Sports Complex/Ballpark Commons.

Supervisor Logsdon Applauds End of Department of Children and Families Consent Decree


Last week Chief Judge Pamela Pepper of the United States Federal Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin approved ending the consent decree in Jeanine B. v. Evers and Department of Children and Families.

County Supervisors Commend Milwaukee County Transit System and Amalgamated Transit Union 998 on New Contract


On Tuesday, November 29, Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) and Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 998, the union that represents MCTS bus drivers and mechanics, reached an agreement on a 3-year contract.

Supervisor Logsdon Congratulates Mayor Bukiewicz on Election as Intergovernmental Cooperation Council Chairman


On Monday the Intergovernmental Cooperation Council (ICC), which consists of the Mayor, Village President or Administrator from each of the 19 municipalities inside Milwaukee County, elected Oak Creek Mayor Dan Bukiewicz as its Chairman.

Finance Committee Recommends Logsdon Amendment to Advance Boerner Botanical Gardens Fencing


Today the County Board’s Finance Committee recommended for adoption a budget amendment authored by Supervisor Patti Logsdon directing the Parks Department to explore and recommend funding sources for the planning and design phase of a fence at Boerner Botanical Gardens.

Logsdon Calls for More Funding for Law Enforcement in Wake of Franklin Carjacking


Supervisor Patti Logsdon is calling for more funding for law enforcement and a rejection of efforts to defund the police after today’s double carjacking in Franklin.

Supervisors Alexander and Logsdon Applaud County Board Rejecting Abortion Referendum for November Ballot


Today the County Board of Supervisors voted on a resolution which would have placed an advisory referendum on the ballot to measure public opinion on whether Wisconsin Statute 940.04 should be repealed. Supervisors Alexander and Logsdon issued the following statements regarding the outcome of the vote.

Supervisor Logsdon Applauds Continuation of Bus Route to Oak Creek Amazon Distribution Center


The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to continue funding Milwaukee County Transit System Route 81 through 2021 at its Thursday, July 29 meeting. The route begins at W. Fond du Lac Avenue and N. 35th Street-W. Burleigh Street and travels to the Amazon MKE2 distribution center in Oak Creek.

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In The News

Urban Milwaukee: Abortion Referendum Will Be On Spring Ballots


The Milwaukee County Board approved an advisory referendum Thursday that will ask voters their opinion on Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban.

Urban Milwaukee: Should County Parks Serve Wine, Spirits?


A number of Milwaukee County Supervisors have sponsored legislation requesting the state allow the county to sell hard liquor and wine at its parks. The supervisors are calling on the state Legislature to simply pass statutory language found in a 2015 assembly bill that never made it out of committee.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Adopts 2023 County Budget


The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors adopted a 2023 budget Thursday after spending nearly 12 hours reviewing amendments.

Wisconsin Examiner: Milwaukee County Board Split on Ballot Referenda For November


November referendum proposals have caused a stir on the Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors. Two referenda, one dealing with banning assault-style weapons and another regarding cannabis legalization, passed, while another referendum that would have asked voters about abortion bans was rejected.

CBS 58: County Board Committee Approves Free Election Day Transit


On Tuesday, the Milwaukee County Board Transportation and Transit Committee approved a resolution providing free transit to the polls on Election Day.

Urban Milwaukee: Board Approves Two Fall Referendums


After a month of lengthy debates, the Milwaukee County Board approved two advisory ballot measures for the November election. The non-binding referendums will ask voters their opinion on statewide legalization of marijuana and the banning of assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons.

JS Online: Milwaukee County Committee Backs Free Bus Rides To Polling Places On Nov. 8 Election Day


In an effort to encourage Election Day turnout and reduce obstacles to residents exercising their right to vote on Nov. 8, a Milwaukee County committee approved a resolution Tuesday to offer free transport for passengers heading to polling places.

Urban Milwaukee: Supervisors Seek Marijuana Referendum


A group of supervisors are seeking to put an advisory referendum on ballots in Milwaukee County for the Nov. 8 election asking residents if they support the legalization of marijuana.

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