Dog owners are responsible for purchasing a dog license for all their dogs, to secure the license tags to the dog collar and to keep the dog on their property. Any dog running at large should be reported to the Town Chair.
Rabies vaccinations must be current and certified at the time of licensing. Dog license fees are $7 for spayed or neutered dogs and $15 for non-spayed or non-neutered dogs. A late fee of $10 per dog must be paid if dogs are not licensed by April 1 of each year. Also check the new Animal Control Ordinance on our website for regulations and prices for a Private Kennel License and a Commercial Kennel License. All dogs are to be licensed by April 1st of each year or when they reach the age of five (5) months.
To obtain dog licenses, contact the Town Treasurer.
Building permits are required for any structural changes or additions, as well as any new structures. Fore more information contact the Pierce County Zoning Department at 715.273.6744. Inspectors are now required for new structures. Contact All Croix Inspections Corp., at 715.377.2152 for information.
All new driveways must meet the codes set by the Town Board. For a driveway permit select the downloadable form below or, contact the Gilman Town Chair. Upon completing the application, paying a $75 fee, and receiving Town Board approval, a driveway permit will be issued by the Town Board.
Gilman Driveway Permit
The Pierce County Zoning office is responsible for assigning addresses and fire numbers.
It is illegal to burn garbage and painted or treated lumber in Pierce County. The town does not issue burning permits, but if you plan to burn, notify the Pierce County Solid Waste Department at 715.273.3092, the town chair or one of the supervisors AND the Spring Valley Fire Department (715.778.4452) AND call the Pierce County Sheriff's Department (715.273.5051) to let them know when and what you are burning. If you do not notify the Sheriff's Department and someone calls in your fire, you will be charged for the fire call.
Gilman Utility Permit