No, the Town does not handle "neighbor" issues. Speak to the neighbor, seek legal advice or contact the Sheriff's Department. Make sure all facts are in order and you have some documentation if needed.
This all depends on the request, the size of the property, the zoning of the property, and whether similar request have been made previously, such as a land split, etc. Many things factor into granting or not granting a request. It is best to check with the County for clarification.
Contact the CLERK and it will be dealt with and/or placed on the agenda if necessary.
Contact a Board Member and they will deal with it or refer it to the County.
Supervisor John Thoma at (920) 261-5690 or email at: [email protected]
Contact the CLERK at (920) 988-9025.
Contact the Supervisor John Thoma at (920) 988-8744 or Clerk at (920) 988-9025.
It is best to check with the Town Building Inspector before beginning any project, even if minor: [email protected] (262) 490-0277 .
If a permit is needed and not gotten, a fine will be levied.
No, but a call to the County Sheriff's Department (920) 674-7310 or Johnson Creek Fire Department (920) 699-3456 is required and also to contact any town board member prior to burning.
The cost of labor and fuel and maintenance of equipment all factor in what the Town does. The more the Town spends, the more monies needed for operation. Thus, higher taxes from the town, added to increases from schools and County, etc. make for a higher tax bill.
Due to the cost of labor as well as the wear and tear on the chipper. Also, some people were taking advantage of the service.
Agendas are posted at the Town Hall and on the website the Friday before the meeting.
Contact the Clerk, 8-10 days prior to the meeting: [email protected].
Fill out an application (under Forms) and submit it along with the proper fee's, to the Clerk 14-16 days prior to the Monday before the Plan Commission meeting date. Anything received after that will be placed on the next months agenda.
Follow the information listed with the application.
No, besides the monthly meeting, there are County Zoning meetings, County Unit Meetings, District Meetings, Wisconsin Towns Association Meetings and workshops and UW Extension seminars. Municipal Clerk and Treasurer meetings, workshops, conferences and conventions. There also may be meetings with attorneys, fire boards, property or fence viewings or other meetings necessary to perform Town business. See also the section in Miscellaneous in regard to duties of a Town official.
Both do have to follow many of the same rules as towns and the County, but because of their classifications, they have numerous types of different codes, statutes and ordinances to follow.
Measured 33 feet from the center line of the road on either side is considered the town "right-a-way" and part of the town. Anything placed within this area can be asked to be removed by the Town if considered inappropriate. Property owners normally maintain this area in the front of their property to add to the aesthetics of their property.
The cost for heat and electricity and custodial care as well as depreciation of the building, etc. There have been incidences where poor cleaning has been done or damage, and to collect "after-the fact" is hard to do, thus the deposit.
Held the THIRD Tuesday of April, a complete financial report is given for the past year. The Chairman also recaps the past year and gives a legislative update. Typically there is no agenda and Town residents may discuss any topic they
feel necessary pertaining to the Town. The Town Board cannot make any decisions at this meeting, but rather take the recommendations and include them on a monthly board meeting agenda if feasible.
The Town Board has a budget workshop held in October and then a public hearing held in November. Research is done as to expenditures for the previous year and anticipated amounts needed for the coming year considering future projects such as roads, or large purchases, etc. Consideration must be given to monies received from the State and Federal governments and whether they are increased, decreased or discontinued.
There is a contingency fund to transfer monies from or if another account has access or is not being used. Accounts for projects not completed are rolled over into the new budget for use as payment in the next year. Access monies are also held in accounts to use by the Town where needed and assist in holding the Town tax down. The town holds these monies in CD's to eliminate the need to borrow addition funds.
Tax bills are prepared by the County with Federal, State, County, Town and school figures. "Town tax" is minimal and the board tries to keep it the same or change slightly. Tax increases are usually due to school and County tax figures being increased.
Examine your tax bill for clarification or ask the treasurer to point out the various amounts.
First contact our assessor, Associated Appraisal at (800) 721-4157 or (920) 224-8808 Fax: (920) 731-4158 or [email protected] and discuss it. Or, attend the "open book" session held in spring.
Assessments do not change or effect prior years, but will adjust for the next tax bill.
First contact the Jefferson County Zoning Department at (920) 674-7130. If it is within the 3 mile extraterritorial area of the City of Watertown, also check with them. AFTER, fill out an application (on website or in person), to attend the Plan Commission Meeting and submit it to the clerk along with fee, 14 or more days prior to the meeting date.
No. Please contact the County Treasurer or Land Information Office.
The County covers a much larger area and the individual Towns assist in caring out laws, statues, and handling calls. Many times the Town has final say on some manners as well as being more specific on the requirements. The County usually has jurisdiction in most matters though, so it is best to follow procedures entailed by each.
Call the Humane Society at 920-261-1270 as they are contracted by the Town for this service.
Call the treasurer at (920) 988-6580 or email at [email protected]
ALL DOGS MUST be licensed, or a fine will be levied.
It depends on the gender and whether it is "fixed". Check with the treasurer.
Five or more dogs are required to have a kennel license for $50.00 (See Dog License Section above Donations)
Call Charlene Flint at (920) 261-5997