BRUSH SITE is now open to all residents. No pass code is required until further notice.
BOAT STICKER sales are suspended until further notice.
IN PERSON Absentee Voting is available in the Town Hall. Hours are Monday 9am-6pm – Tuesday-Thursday, 1:30pm to 6 pm until further notice. Changes may be posted on Hall door. Request an absentee ballot by mail. Go to Myvote.wi.gov You can also email [email protected]. We need your name, address and a photo id if possible. Otherwise email the office and we will give you other options.
The APRIL 6, 2020 TOWN BOARD MEETING IS CANCELLED AND THE APRIL 20, 2020 MEETING IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Make sure you participate in the Census. It is very important for everyone to be counted. A few examples of what the results assist with are: allocating money for highways, school lunches, firefighters and families in need to name a few. Census results affect your community every day.
We will update voting information as we receive new instructions. If you aren’t registered yet, you can go to www.myvotewi if you have a current driver’s license and register online, or you can register in the office. You will need to bring your photo id for early voting. Call for any other information. ABSENTEE VOTING INFORMATION is available at www.myvotewi. You may request an absentee ballot if you are currently registered as a voter in the Town of Lafayette
We have received several calls regarding burn barrels. Per Ord. 96-7 Amended, 08/19/2019, SECTION 6. BURN BARRELS. Any outdoor container used for repeated burning of authorized materials shall require a Town of Lafayette Burning Barrel Written Permit, valid for 12 months for an annual fee of $10. The burn barrel shall be of non-combustible construction, equipped with a mesh, or similar cover with openings of maximum 0.50-inch in any direction, with 1- inch holes punched in for ventilation and drainage, and also blocked 6 to 10-inches up off the ground. It shall be located a safe distance away from any habitable structure, and shall not produce irritating or noxious smoke or fumes. Burn barrels shall be located at least 250 feet distance from the nearest building that is not on the same property as the burn barrel. Burn Barrels are not allowed in R-1 or R-2 Residential Districts within the Town of Lafayette. Attached is a copy of the amended Ordinance 89-7.