Special Village Board Meeting – Tuesday, April 20th at 7pm

MEETINGS MAY BE JOINED BY CONFERENCE CALL.

Participants may join by dialing 608-405-8085 and entering conference   id 532866#.

We may have up to 50 people on the Conference call. Please announce your arrival in the meeting as we will do a roll call. Attendees should mute their phones unless they are speaking to cut down on background noise.

Trempealeau Municipal Pool Employment Opportunities – 2021 Season

Below is the link to the Employment Application for the Village of Trempealeau.

APPLICATION_FOR_EMPLOYMENT

 

SPRING ELECTION RESULTS

The Village of Trempealeau had zero Provisional Ballots and 37 outstanding Absentee Ballots.

COMMUNITY ROOM TO OPEN for Rental starting April 9, 2021

The Village Community Room will be open again for rental starting April 9, 2021. Rentals will be limited and based on availability to enable staff to still adhere to guidelines to keep the space safe for patrons whilst we are still under a health emergency with COVID-19.   The Village Board voted at the Regular Village Board Meeting to approve the updated Community Room Use and Rental Policy which now includes a $50 key deposit for our new electronic keys.

Please see below for more information.

Village Office Update – March 2021

The Village Office is now open during regular hours Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30 pm.  Only two people may be in the reception area at one time and we ask that you make an appointment for obtaining dog licenses. You still may continue to use our outside drop box for payments and other correspondence with the Village.

 

We sincerely appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding whilst we do everything we can to keep our staff, residents and visitors safe and to aid against the spread of COVID-19.

 

 DOG LICENSING

We are open for appointments to obtain your dog license although if need be, Staff  may still process with as little or no contact as possible and tags may be mailed to dog owners upon request. Forms may be mailed with fees or you may contact the Village Office to arrange drop off of form and fees and pick-up of tags. Please submit completed application for license along with copy of current rabies showing vaccination number and expiration of rabies. If you have any questions please contact the Village Office at 608-534-6434 x.101. Late fees will not be waived this year for Dog Licenses renewed after 3/31/2021. Form may be found by clicking link: Dog License Application

 

POP-UP FOOD SHELF

We have been blessed to see our food shelf become such a well received place for people to donate and receive needed items – food, masks, pet supplies, personal hygiene and more.  We cannot thank everyone enough and we have now placed more permanent shelving to house all the donations.  We are happy to be able to provide this service to our Community.

Our Food Shelf is available to anyone in the Village that needs items and can be found located inside the entry way to the Community Center at 24455 Third Street.

 

 Please feel free to pick up something you need or leave donations of non-perishable items.

Popular items for donation are Cereal, Pasta, Pasta sauce, single serve items, quick and easy ready snacks and meals, canned chicken, personal/household items and pet items. 

 

 

 

 

Snow Etiquette Reminders

**Reminder To All Residents**
As the snow continues to fall the Trempealeau Police Department would like to remind all citizens of the Village of a few legal points while shoveling and plowing your driveways and side walks. Under Wisconsin state statute 346.94(5) it is illegal to push or blow snow from your driveway, sidewalk, or yard into the street. This means that you should not be plowing snow across the roadway into the shoulder area. Additionally under no circumstances should a person be blowing snow with a snow blower from their driveway or sidewalk onto the street. Any of the above infractions not only pose a severe safety hazard to vehicles driving on the roadways but may result in fines. We all understand that there is often no where else to go with the snow, however we also know the grass WILL grow back.
Lastly please keep in mind Village of Trempealeau ordinance 468-26 (Winter Snow Emergency) which states that in the event of 1 1/2″ of snow or more it shall be illegal to park on any street or alley within the Village limits until the snow has been cleared.
Stay healthy and safe!! TPD
Also, if you experience damage to your mailbox  please follow the link below:

Dog Licensing in the Village

Due to COVID-19 the Village Office is closed to the public. You may make an appointment to come in during regular business hours if you cannot make alternative arrangements to get a dog license.

 DOG LICENSING

All dog license applications will be processed by staff with as little or no contact as possible and tags may be mailed to dog owners. Forms may be mailed with fees or you may contact the Village Office to arrange drop off of form and fees and pick-up of tags. Please submit completed application for license along with copy of current rabies showing vaccination number and expiration of rabies. If you have any questions please contact the Village Office at 608-534-6434 x.101. Late fees will not be waived this year for Dog Licenses renewed after 3/31/2021.

Village of Trempealeau 2020 Reorganization List

Congratulations to our re-appointed Trustees Kit Locke and Bridgette Turner and welcome to newly elected Trustee Don Hellrung.

2020 Appointments for all Trustees are listed below as approved at the Special Village Board Meeting on April 21, 2020.

Trempealeau Waterworks Consumer Confidence Report 2019

Trempealeau Waterworks Consumer Confidence Report 2019

REGULATION OF ATV AND UTV USE ON VILLAGE STREETS

Information pertaining to the use of ATV’s and UTV’s on Village Streets. Any further questions may be addressed by contacting the Police Department.