THANK YOU to our volunteer
Town Road CleanUp Crew on May 17th
Tony and Beth Onofrio, Dennis Franek,
Ken and Cheryl Schneider, Ray and Maggie Senzig!
OBEY DNR FIRE DANGER LEVEL WARNINGS
1-888-WISBURN and J.C. Sherrif's Office
before you burn!
The Town of Kildare is located in the southeastern section of Juneau County, between the Wisconsin Dells and Mauston, with easy access to the I-90/94 Interstate. The town is adjacent to the Village of Lyndon Station, which offers restaurants, taverns, shopping and churches. A short ten-minute drive south takes you to the Wisconsin Dells with its abundance of waterparks and visitor attractions.
Kildare was settled around 1850 by pioneer families from County Kildare, Ireland. A rural community, covering 28.2 square miles with pine forests, farmlands, and streams, Kildare has several campgrounds and public areas along or near the Wisconsin River, where outdoor activities can be enjoyed. The Lemonweir River borders Kildare and flows into the Wisconsin River. Camping, canoeing, boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, hunting and snowmobiling are just some of the recreational opportunities available within the town.
Official Posting Locations|
Official Town Newspaper -
JC Star Times
Published Wednesday & Saturday
D.J. Kojo's Kamping
||W2208 Riverview Rdg |
Official Town Website
Lyndon Hardware Front Window|
||Adjusted Building Inspection Requirements & Fees
||Opposing Ho-Chunk Fee-To-Trust Application
All meetings are held at the Town Hall
unless otherwise posted.
The public is welcome and invited
to observe all town meetings
PARTISAN PRIMARY ELECTION
TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 2014
7 A.M. TO 8 P.M.
KILDARE TOWN HALL
This is a Partisan election. You will be
allowed to vote on only one party's ballot.
Click here to see
Republican, Democrat & Constitution Parties
Click here for more election information
REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING
AUGUST 13, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Any business for the meeting
should be to the Clerk on or before Monday, August 11, 2014.
If the Clerk is unavailable, a locked drop box is available at her residence.
OPPOSITION TO HO-CHUNK
TO REMOVE PROPERTY FROM TAX ROLL
AND LOCAL JURISDICTION
The Town has received a Notice from the Bureau of Indian Affairs that the
Ho-Chunk Nation is once again attempting to remove a 300 acre parcel
(between Dombek Rd and Rusty Rd) from our tax roll and jurisdiction.
Town Officials have submitted letters and a Resolution to the BIA
opposing this action. The County Board has also signed a Resolution in
opposition. A petition was available for the signature of anyone owning
property in Juneau County to sign and return to the clerk. The BIA
accepted documents from affected persons and entities until July 7.
Letters were sent to our ELECTED public officials, from President Obama
to our U.S. & State Senators and Representatives requesting their
support in our opposition.
Senator Tammy Baldwin's office sent a request to the BIA that they give
consideration to our objections and has stayed in contact with the town
clerk. We thank her for her efforts.
Congresssman Ron Kind's office sent an email on June 8th, that he
historically refused to "take sides"in such matters.
We heard nothing from any other public officials.
For more information, click a link below or contact the Clerk.
from the BIA
Reply from the Town
Information Requested by BIA
Opposing the Application
Resolution Oposing the Application