Location

Town Garage/Hall/ Polling Location
N3599 Co. Rd. A
Maiden Rock, WI 54750
Phone: 715.647.3585

Town Officials

Chair
Jason Shingledecker
W3455 350th Ave.
Maiden Rock, WI 54750
Phone: 715.307.1388

Supervisors
James Fetzer
N3321 280th St.
Maiden Rock, WI 54750
Phone: 715.647.3006

Barry Bunce
W3417 322nd Ave.
Maiden Rock, WI 54750
Phone: 715.495.0497

Clerk
Melissa Townsend
N1965 450th St.
Maiden Rock, WI 54750
Phone: 715.307.1433

Treasurer
Ann Larson-Graham
W3377 350th Ave.
Maiden Rock, WI 54750
Phone: 715.647.2030

 

Calendar

Monthly Board Meetings
2nd Tuesday each month
6:00 p.m.

Annual Town Meeting
3rd Tuesday in April
6:00 p.m.

Open Book:
2019 TBD

Board of Review
2019 TBD

 

 
 
CURRENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Notice of Salem Town Board Meeting
Wednesday, August 15, 2018 6:00 PM
Town of Salem Shop & Town Hall

Agenda: Call to Order, Approval of July’s Board Meeting Minutes, Visitor Comments, Approval of Bills, Equipment/Building, Road Report, Financial Report, Loan Disbursement for Plow Truck & Attachments, Permits, Correspondence, Planning Commission, Reports on Meetings Attended, Adjournment

Missy Townsend, Clerk

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NOTICE OF REFEREDUM
Town of Salem
Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the Town of Salem, Pierce County, Wisconsin on Tuesday, November 6th, 2018, the following proposed Ordinance of the Town Board will be submitted to a vote of the people: <<Click here for full notice>>

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Weight Restrictions Notice

 

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THE TOWN OF SALEM
POPULATION
2017 estimate 518
EQUALIZATION
2017 value $46,442,200
SCHOOL DISTRICT
Ellsworth & Plum City Schools

The Town of Salem is located in the south central portion of Pierce County, Wisconsin. The Town is bordered by the Towns of El Paso, Union, Hartland, and Maiden Rock. The Town of Salem is a rural township with a mix of farmland, woodland, and creeks. Its primary industry is agriculture, which includes dairy, beef, and crop farms.

 
TOWN MEETINGS

Detailed notices of meetings may be published in the Pierce County Herald and posted outside the town shop. Agendas will also be posted on this web site.

Residents are encouraged to attend the town meetings and are given a portion of each meeting for public comment. Regular monthly meetings for the Town Board are normally held at the Town Shop (Hall) on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. If there's something you wish to discuss at the meeting, please contact the Town Clerk 10 days prior to the meeting so it can be properly placed on the agenda.

Effective in 2013, the annual meeting will be held the third Tuesday in April. At this meeting the resident of the town:

Review the prior year financial report
Hear the prior year and current year road work report
Set the date for the next annual meeting
Express concerns within the township

The annual budget hearing/special town meeting is held in November. At this meeting the resident of the town:
Approve the proposed budget for the next year
Adopt the town tax levy
Authorize highway expenditures
May set the town board members salary for the next term