The WNA is proud to host WisconsinPublicNotices.org, an important tool to enhance the presence of public notices in newspapers.
The WNA offers a variety of resources that member newspapers can use to promote WisconsinPublicNotices.org. To gain a statewide presence as the single online source for Wisconsin’s public notices, the WNA Board of Directors recommends that each newspaper publisher contribute to the promotion of WisconsinPublicNotices.org.
Wisconsin Newspapers & Public Notice
The WNA’s 2017 guide on the current state of public notices in Wisconsin, a perspective on saving public notices and 10 sales and promotion suggestions for the upselling of public notice advertising.
How to use WisconsinPublicNotices.org
A step-by-step guide to use the WNA’s public notice website.
Public Notice Statutes
Chapter 985 of the Wisconsin State Statutes outlines the publication of legal notices in newspapers and associated fees.
Wisconsin VendorNet System
Newspapers publishing legal notices can find certification forms and other information needed to keep their newspaper’s certification up to date on the VendorNet site at Newspaper Rates for Publication of Legal Notices.
The Public Notice Resource Center, Inc. was established in 2003 by the American Court and Commercial Newspapers, Inc., with the goal of promoting effective public notice and educating the public about its “right to know.” The WNA is a member of the PNRC.