Welcome to the Town of Leroy
Dodge County, Wisconsin
Public Notice Date: January 3, 2024 Time: 6:30 PM Location: LeRoy Town Hall, N10725 CTY…Read More
The Town of LeRoy was established in 1846. The Town of LeRoy is located in northern Dodge County, bounded by Fond du Lac County to the north, the Town of Lomira to the east, the Town of Williamstown on the south and the Town of Chester to the west. The Town Hall is located at N10725 Hwy. YY Lomira, WI 53048 near the unincorporated Village of LeRoy. The current town hall was purchased in 1985 and serves as the regular town meeting and polling place.
Town of LeRoy is serviced by 3 school districts Mayville, Lomira and Oakfield. The Town is also protected by 3 fire departments - Knowles, Kekoskee and Brownsville. Mayville EMS provides ambulance service to the Town. We also have Kekoskee and Brownsville First Responders providing assistance to the Town.
The Town is made up of residential and agriculture areas. There are 957 people living in LeRoy as of the 2010 census.
Building permits are required in the Town of LeRoy for new construction and some remodeling. Permits are issued by the Dodge County Land Resources and Parks at 920-386-3700. For information on zoning, land divisions, and permits please contact Dodge County Land Resources and Parks at 920-386-3700.
You will also need to contact Rob Froh at Kunkel Engineering 920-356-9447 regarding permits needed from the Town.
On information on how to reach Town of LeRoy officials refer to our Town Directory link.