The Bay Area Workforce Development Board and the Brown County's job center moved into its new address Friday.
Expanded services will be offered at the Baylake City Center building at 301 N. Adams St.
The new location features ground-floor access, a new Resource Room and ample space for employer recruitment events. Leaders said they were excited for the changes.
"I used to have watch people come and stand in-line for hours to get their unemployment," said James Golemeski, executive director.
"I think the public will very comfortable and really be able to take advantage of the services we'll have to offer," he added.
Executives at the center cited lower costs for taxpayers as one of the benefits of the new building. They're hopeful the lower costs will fund more projects and programs for those seeking employment.
To read more, visit the center's website .