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Electric Committee Meeting – Wednesday, January 19th at 6:00PM

Special Village Board Meeting – Thursday, January 20th at 7:00PM

Village Christmas Tree Pick-up

The Village will be collecting Christmas Trees through the month of January. They should be free of decorations and placed curbside. Generally, pick up is planned for Mondays except the first pick-up will be Tuesday, January 3rd, 2022.




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Village of Trempealeau 2021 Reorganization List

Congratulations to our re-appointed Trustees Peggy Sieger, Jackie Pyka and Jeff Barry and Re-appointed Village President Kurt Wood.

2021 Appointments for all Trustees are listed below as approved at the Special Village Board Meeting on April 20, 2021.

Call for Interested Candidates to be Election Inspectors for 2022- 2023 Election Cycle


Are you interested in working for the Village of Trempealeau Elections?  The Village of Trempealeau is looking to appoint Election Inspectors (sometimes called “poll workers”)  for the next Election Cycle 2022-2023. You can join this team of caring individuals who help ensure this basic right of citizenship; to vote in a fair, free election. 

If this would interest you, please submit application of interest by November 30th, 2021. Appointments will be considered at the December 2nd, 2021 Regular Village Board Meeting.

Contact Village Clerk Kathy Peterson at clerk@trempealeauwi.com or  call (608)534-6434 ext. 102.


Election Inspectors

The Wisconsin Elections Commission encourages all private citizens to vote and to become involved in the election process.  One of the most rewarding ways to do this is to become an Election Day poll worker, also known as an election inspector).  The Chief Election Inspector is in charge of the polling place, and has additional training requirements.

Citizen involvement is essential to conduct open, accurate and fair elections in Wisconsin. We hope that you will consider participation in one of these positions.

What are the responsibilities of an Election Inspector?

Election Inspectors are responsible for administering election procedures at a polling site on Election Day.  Duties can include issuing ballots to registered voters, registering voters, monitoring the voting equipment, explaining how to mark the ballot or use the voting equipment, or counting votes.

Other positions at a polling place include a greeter who assists with answering questions and directing voters to the registration or voting area.

Will I be Compensated?

Yes. Election Inspectors are compensated to attend a training classes when available and for service on Election Day. You will also be provided a meal and refreshments during your shift worked.

What is the Time Commitment?

Inspectors work either from 6:45 a.m. until 2:00 pm or 1:45 pm until the completion of their duties (approx. 9:30 p.m., but varies depending on election).
Inspectors are appointed for a two-year term and will not necessarily be called upon to work all elections.

What are the qualifications to be an Election Inspector?

To be a poll worker, a person must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be 18 years old (except high school student poll workers)
  • Be able to read and write fluently in the English language
  • NOT be a candidate for any office to be voted on at the polling place at that election
  • Be a qualified elector of the county where the polling place is located. Please note Chief Inspectors must be a qualified elector of the municipality where the polling place is located (except for Polling Place Helpers).

A poll worker may also:

  • Have strong clerical skills
  • Be able to solve problems
  • Be an effective communicator.

Poll workers are appointed to two-year terms so you will be asked to make a minimum two-year commitment.

High School Student Poll Workers

Wisconsin law allows qualified students to serve as election inspectors, also known as poll workers. It’s great way for students to become involved in their communities and learn about how government works.


Students qualify to serve as election inspectors if they:

  1. Are 16 or 17 years of age
  2. Are enrolled in grades 9 to 12 in a public, private or tribal school or a home-based private educational program.
  3. Have at least a 3.0 grade point average or the equivalent.
  4. Have the written approval of their parent or guardian.
  5. Have the written approval of the principal of the school in which they are enrolled, if the student has less than a 3.0 grade point average.
  6. Reside in the municipality.

Students may serve only at polling places that serve their residence.

Written Authorization

Before a student may be appointed as an inspector, the municipal clerk shall obtain written authorization from the student’s parent or guardian.  The clerk must also obtain written authorization from the principal or program administrator of the school where the student is enrolled if the student has less than a 3.0 grade point average. Upon appointment, the municipal clerk shall notify the principal or program administrator of the school where the student is enrolled as of the date of the election at which the student will serve.


  1. A student may only serve as an inspector at a polling place if at least one inspector, other than the chief inspector, is a qualified elector of the municipality
  2. A student may not serve as chief inspector at a polling place
  3. A student serving as an election inspector may not challenge any person offering to vote.


Ordinance Amendment Adopted – Snow and Ice Removal

Consumer Confidence Report -CCR 2020

Trempealeau Water Utility Consumer Confidence Report-2020