Weight Limits Lifted

Weight limits on all town roads have been lifted as of 10 a.m. today, Wednesday, April 3, 2019!


How We Voted April 2, 2019

Voting totals for the Spring General Election can be found on the Election Information Page. School district totals are shown on their respective ballots. Town-wide and state race totals are shown on the first (Burlington Schools) ballot.


County DD Bridge To Close

The bridge over Sugar Creek on County Highway DD will be closed beginning Monday, March 11 at 12 noon until at least July 15th according to information received from the contractor in charge of the bridge reconstruction project. Emergency vehicles will access the Honey Lake area via Potter Road from the south and County DD from the North. Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.


Curbside Trash Collection Update

Please be advised that Curbside Trash Collection will occur in the majority of the Town on Tuesdays.

Residents in Sections 22, 23, 24, 25, 26,27, 34, 35 and 36 (an area roughly bounded by Lyons Road to the West, the county line to the East, and the town line to the South), as well as Paradise Valley and Honey Lake, will have collection on Wednesdays.

All collection will be moved 1/2 to 1 day when a holiday occurs on the regular collection day (July 4th, Christmas, New Years). If you are unsure of your collection day, kindly call the collector, ASDA Enterprises at 262-539-2086. Thank you!


Change Your Address on County Website

A new feature that will allow the public to send their address changes directly to the Walworth County Property Lister via the internet was recently added to the Walworth County website.  If you need to update the address for your property tax bills you can go to the Walworth County Website (http://www.co.walworth.wi.us/) and click on Online Services, then click on Treasurer Real Estate & Personal Property Tax Search, agree to the disclaimer, you will be able to search for your parcel and enter the new address there.  Next to the Mailing Address, you will find a “Request Mailing Address Change.”  By clicking on Start Request, you will be able to enter your new address and the change will go directly to the Property Lister.  Requests will be reviewed and then added to the system as appropriate. This will help to eliminate errors by having fewer persons entering the information before it reaches the Property Lister.