Election Information and Village Trustee Candidates

Village of Trempealeau Board has three seats for the position of Village Trustee up for election this Spring.

Nomination Papers have been received from the following individuals and will appear on the ballot for the April 7th, 2020 Spring Election in the order shown.

Trustees elected to the three positions will take office on Tuesday, April 21st, 2020.

  1. Kit Locke (Incumbent)
  2. Bridgette Turner (Incumbent)
  3. Chad Narva
  4. Lois Taylor (Incumbent)
  5. Don Hellrung



How to Register

Registration is open until 5:00 pm 20 days before an election. Wisconsin requires 10 days to establish residency at a new address. Temporary absence does not affect residency. Time spent away from your residence still counts toward the 10 day residency requirement as long as you intend to return. When registering, you must present Proof of Residence, a document showing your current name at your current address. You cannot register to vote at a post office box.


You may register to vote at My Vote Wisconsin if you have a valid, unexpired Wisconsin driver license or Wisconsin ID, and your address on file with the DMV matches the address at which you are registering to vote. If the DMV does not have your current address on file, update your address on the DMV website before updating your voter registration at My Vote Wisconsin .

In person

During open registration, Village of Trempealeau residents may register to vote in the Village Clerk’s Office located at 24455 Third Street, Trempealeau WI 54661.



Registration forms are available on the Wisconsin Elections Commission website . To register to vote by mail, download and print the application above and mail the form to the City Clerk’s office. The registration form must be postmarked at least 20 days before the election. You will need to include Proof of Residence with the form.

Mail application to:
Village of Trempealeau
PO Box 247
Trempealeau, WI 54661

Military Voters

Members of the military are not required to register to vote, but must complete forms to vote absentee. Military and overseas voters may download their absentee ballots online.

Overseas Voters

Voters who have moved overseas with no intent to return to live in the United States may continue voting for federal offices from their last Wisconsin address. These voters may register and request absentee ballots using the Federal Postcard Application . Voters who are permanently living overseas do not need to send proof of residence with their voter registration.

Homeless Voters

Homeless voters pdf who do not have a traditional street address may register to vote using the map on the registration form to indicate a location they return to on a regular basis. They may use a letter pdf from a social service agency (public or private) as proof of residence.

Felony Convictions

An individual convicted of a felony pdf may register to vote after completing the terms of the felony sentence, including probation or parole.

Register during Closed Registration

Once registration closes at 5:00 pm 20 days before an election, you may only register to vote in the Village Clerk’s Office with proof of address, until the close of absentee voting the Friday before the election.

Registering prior to Election Day is highly recommended to avoid long lines. However, it is possible to register to vote on Election Day.


Results for Village of Trempealeau – Spring Primary Election, Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Daniel Kelly83
Jill J. Karofsky78
Ed Fallone11

The Village has no Provisional Ballots and 8 unreturned Absentee Ballots.


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.

John “Indian” Ebersold

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of John Ebersold, long time retired employee of the Village of Trempealeau. His presence will be missed by our whole Community.

Our Thoughts are with John’s family at this sorrowful time.


Community Planning Committee – Opportunity to Help

Do you want to see more recreation opportunities available in our local Communities? Do you have ideas or opinions that you want heard? The Village of Trempealeau, Town of Trempealeau and Town of Caledonia are forming a Joint Community Recreation Planning Committee to discuss ideas and plan for the recreation needs and wants of all ages in our Communities.

If this interests you, the Village of Trempealeau is looking for a Village resident that is interested in becoming a member of our new Community Recreation Planning Committee. Any interested persons may call Roxroy Barrett, Village of Trempealeau Planning and Zoning Director at (608) 534-6434 or email [email protected] TODAY!

The Village of Trempealeau Concept Plan for 20 Acre Park

DNR response to Community Action Visit – Village of Trempealeau March, 2017

Trempealeau Waterworks Consumer Confidence Report 2018

Consumer Confidence Report