Town Board

Town Hall

N6097 State HWY. 120,
Burlington, WI 53105

Phone: (262) 642-7477
Fax: (262)-642-3552
Email: [email protected]

Town Hall and Clerk's Hours

Mondays & Tuesdays 9 a.m. to Noon

Thursdays, 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.

Please call before coming as hours may change without notice due to scheduling conflicts.

The Town Hall will be CLOSED if area schools and other offices are closed due to bad weather. Town Hall will be closed on all observed holidays.

Clerk Treasurer



Town Chairman


W2300 State Road 11
Elkhorn, Wisconsin 53121

Phone: (262) 723-1847


Don Henningfeld, a resident of Spring Prairie for forty years, grows corn, wheat , soybeans and hay on 700 acres in the town, 450 of which he and his wife, Marshelle (Shelly) own. He also tends a herd of 35 Angus beef cattle. Don was elected Town Chairman in 2011 in his first bid for public office. He ran with the desire to preserve the rural atmosphere of Spring Prairie.

Town Supervisor


W1400 Spring Prairie Rd
Burlington, Wisconsin 53105

Phone: (262) 492-8980


Tom Bolfert and his wife, Monty, along with their horses and dogs, reside on a 115-acre parcel consisting of woods, grasslands and some farm land. They have been Spring Prairie property owners since 2003 and residents since 2005. After 35 years in middle management marketing positions at Harley Davidson Motor Company, Tom retired in 2005 to devote himself to the country life. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and is a self-taught artist, working primarily with pencils or pen and ink. Serving his second term in public office, he has been a Town Supervisor since 2011.

Town Supervisor


N6433 Horse Hollow Lane
Burlington, Wisconsin 53105

Phone: (262) 767-8620


Don Trimberger has lived in the area since 2001. He met his wife, Sondra, while earning a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice/Sociology at UW Whitewater, and they married in 1990. They have three boys, including a set of twins. Don is currently a self-employed real estate investor performing contractor work and rehabilitating and managing properties. Prior to this career, he was in the military (Infantry Officer Army) and held the rank of Captain, was a police officer for the City of Racine, and was a stay at home dad. Don is an avid hunter, enjoys landscaping yard work, and cheering for the Packers during football season. Don was first elected as Supervisor in April, 2011. He also serves as a commissioner for the Honey Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District.