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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|
||Regulation & Permitting of Implements of
||Resolution Appointing a Citizen Member to
Kildare Plan Commission
||Resolution Opposing County-Wide Assessment
||Resolution for Building Permit Process & Fee
||Animal Licensing & Control
NOTICE OF ADOPTED CHANGE AND
ADDITION TO THE TOWN CODE OF ORDINANCE
Notice is hereby given that the Town of Kildare, Juneau County, WI,
adopted the following ordinances to be included in the Town Code of
Ordinances at the May 13, 2015 Regular
Town Board Meeting. Links to full text are below.
Chapter 7-Ord. No. 11 Amendment - Campgrounds:
Licensing, Accessory Structures, and Seasonal Cabin-Style
Chapter 11-Ord. No. 30: Animal Control:
Animal Control and Licensing in the Town of Kildare.
All meetings are held at the Town Hall
unless otherwise posted.The public is welcome and invited
to observe all town meeting
YOUR JUNEAU COUNTY BOARD
cowers before Ho-Chunk intimidation.
The County Board Executive Committee's
determination to support Ho-Chunk's "BEHIND THE SCENES" efforts to
remove Property in Kildare from the town tax rolls and ordinanances
succeeded on August 18th.
This topic was reintroduced on the August Agenda and Kildare board
members and property owners attended the meeting. Nothing in the
County's original resolution opposing this takeover has changed
EXCEPT Ho-Chunk Nation "promising" the Executive Committee cash
donations - contingent on the County dropping their 2011 opposition.
In private meetings with the Nation's Council, Al Peterson and his
committee were told that if they didn't back away from their
opposition, that the Juneau County representatives would find it
"difficult" to request any financial aid for the County. It
came to light that the aid provided has always come from the Bureau
of Indian Affairs - funded by the Federal Government. So all
of the so-called Ho-Chunk donations were not coming out of the
tribes checkbook at all, but from Federal tax money funneled into
the BIA account.
Your Town Board is very unhappy and disturbed by the 17-4 decision
to allow the Nation to remove property from the County's tax roll
and Jurisdiction. It does not bode well for other towns now
that the tribe knows the county board has a price tag!
View the documentation
from Kildare's 2014 rebuttal to this land grab here..
Regular Town Board Meeting
Any business for the meeting should be to the
Clerk on or before Monday,September 7, 2015.
If the Clerk is unavailable, a locked drop box is available at her residence.
Board of Review
Our Assessor, Pat Hart, has not yet completed his
whole-town revaluation. He will be doing "field work" and will be visiting
properties in town. We will inform you here, the JC Star Times, and on
the Facebook page
www.facebook.com/kildareclerk when he is finished and a date for the Open
Book Session and Board of Review will be re-convened for business.Thank you for
your patience while we make our way through this process. We are currently
expecting the revaluation to be completed this Fall, so the meetings will follow