El Paso

CURRENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE TOWN OF EL PASO

POPULATION
2020 estimate 721

EQUALIZATION
2020 value $81,142,800

SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Ellsworth, Elmwood, Plum City & Spring Valley

The Town of El Paso is located nearly in the center of Pierce County, WI. It is bordered on the West by the Town of Ellsworth, on the East by the Town of Rock Elm, on the North, by the Town of Gilman, and on the South by the Town of Salem. The Town of El Paso has one small village named El Paso, which is usually a quite town with the exception of the third weekend of August, at which time the annual El Paso Days celebration takes place. Then the tiny hamlet swells to perhaps 2,000 people! There are games for all ages, a horse pull, a horseshoe tournament, and a greased pig contest, all topped off with a grand parade and dancing.
The river that flows through the Town of El Paso is the Rush River. There are a few creeks. They are Brush Creek, Cave Creek, and Lost Creek. The river and creek valleys are picturesque places to visit. There are farms situated on the rolling hills as well as the homes of many people that commute to work.

TOWN MEETINGS

The regular town board meetings are generally held on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the town hall unless otherwise so noticed.  There is a portion of the meeting set aside for public input.  If you wish to have an item put on the agenda please call the Town Chair or email ElPasoClerk@gmail.com.  Notices for the meetings are published in the official newspaper.

The Annual Town meeting is held every spring generally on the third Tuesday in April unless otherwise so noticed.  At the town meeting the voting residents of the Town of El Paso can inspect the Financial Report of the previous year and make comments regarding the town.

The Budget Hearing is held in November of each year.  Town residents are encouraged to attend for input and information.