TOWN OF KILDARE
Juneau County, Wisconsin
Juneau County Website

 
 

 

ALWAYS BE AWARE OF
FIRE DANGER LEVELS
BEFORE BURNING!


You are responsible for any kind of fire damage
Contact the Sheriff's office before and after burning at 608-847-5649


 

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 on Wednesdays
Town Hall N2592-26th Ave
Clerk's Residence W2208 Riverview Rdg
Official Town Website www.kildaretownship.com


2017  RESOLUTIONS/
ORDINANCES


NOTICES
All meetings are held at the Town Hall
unless otherwise posted. The public is welcome and invited to observe all town meetings

Property Assessment
Open Book and
Board of Review Dates
Tuesday, May 23rd
Open Book 3-5 p.m.
Board of Review  5-7 p.m.
Click Here for Official Notice
and Information

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M
ay 10, 2017
Regular Town Board Meeting
starts at 7:00 p.m.

Any business for the meeting should be to the Clerk on or before Monday, May 8, 2017. 

If the Clerk is unavailable, a locked drop box is available at her residence, W2208 Riverview Rdg.  No Cash!!


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MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Vounteers needed

Annual Town Road Right-of-Way
 Clean-up

Saturday, May 6th
from 9-11 a.m.
Meet at the Town Hall

If you aren't able to join us, please consider cleaning up any litter in front of your own property.  A trailer will be placed at the hall for you to drop off your collected roadside  litter.

(PLEASE No Household Garbage, Appliances, or Construction Materials.  Call Clark Disposal to pick up those items or take them to the County Landfill)

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