Town of LeRoy Newsletter

December 2022


Regular Town Board meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 6:30 PM. Please check the Town website at for changes in meeting dates.  All meeting minutes and meeting agendas are posted at the Town Hall and on the Town’s web page at Additional posting places if needed are at Mayville Piggly Wiggly and Knowles Produce in Knowles. Ordinances, frequently asked questions, Sanitary District meeting minutes, agendas and many other items are posted on this web page.

Tax Collection Information - DO NOT place tax payments in the drop box outside of Town Hall. All payments must be mailed or made in person during collections hours set by the Treasurer.

Annual Meeting - The Annual Meeting will be held at the Town Hall on April 18, 2023, at 6:30 PM.

Garbage & RecyclingCHANGE IN HOURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS - CLOSED DECEMBER 24 AND DECEMBER 31.  NEW HOURS – MONDAY, DECEMBER 26 AND MONDAY, JANUARY 2 FROM 8 AM TO 11 AM.  *Hours for disposal are Saturday’s from 8 AM to 11 AM. and Wednesday’s from 4 PM to 6 PM. PRICE INCREASE effective January 1, 2023, $2.00 for 15 gallon or less, $3.00 for 15 - 30-gallon bag, $4.00 for over 30-gallon bags. A dumpster for scrap metal will also be available during these hours. Do not place bags on ground next to the dumpsters after hours.

*Recycling - All items must be cleaned before you deposit them. No plastic bags of any kind can be put in the recycling dumpster. We also recycle paper and cardboard. Cardboard boxes should be broken down before putting in the dumpster.  Refuse and recyclable material placed in collection carts or dumpsters for collection, may not be removed by any person or entity other than a resident or agent of the premises from which the item came, or by the authorized waste hauler.

*The 4-H Club has placed a container at the Garbage and Recycling site to collect aluminum cans. The 4-H Club will collect the profits from this recycling of the cans to help the club with expenses. Please place only aluminum cans in the container, no garbage.

Town Hall Rental –The Town Hall is available to rent for your special occasions. The cost is a $100.00 which includes a $50.00 deposit for town residents, $200.00 for non-residents which includes a $100.00 deposit. One check should be written to the Town of LeRoy for deposit and rental. The deposit amount will be returned if everything is in order. Contact Linda Schraufnagel at 920-948-4714 to check availability of the hall. Please sign and send the rental agreement, which is on the Town Website along with your check to secure your date. Your date will not be considered booked until the agreement and check have been received.

Emergencies - If there is an emergency such as a tree or power line that is down or a road sign down or missing, especially stop signs or stop ahead signs, please contact Linda Schraufnagel at 920-948-4714, Ray Collien at 920-948-8338 or Susan Gassner at 920-948-4072. If you cannot reach one of the board members contact the sheriff’s department.

Dog Information – No animal shall be allowed to run at large within the Town. Any animal found running at large, regardless of known ownership or the lack thereof, may be subject to impoundment. Please contact Dale Klueger at 920-948-7181 if you see a dog at large. All dogs must be licensed in the Town of LeRoy. Any dogs found to be in violation of the Town of LeRoy Dog Ordinance shall forfeit an amount not less than $50 nor more than $100. Each day of violation is considered a separate offense. For License information see the Treasurers insert in this mailing.

Street Light Outage - Please contact Ray Collien for street light outages at 920-948-8338

Town Road Right of Way – It is prohibited to plant any crops in the road right of way. The Town of LeRoy has the right to cut any crops in the road right of way if so warranted. Wisconsin State Statute 346.94(5) prohibits anyone from placing or causing to be placed upon a highway any foreign substance which is or may be injurious to any vehicle traffic, this includes plowing snow from a driveway into or across town roads and mowing lawn clippings onto the roadway. Anyone causing such a condition will be reported to the Dodge County Sheriff's Office.

Absentee Ballots

If you want to vote absentee, you must reapply each year, unless you have indicated on your last application that you are indefinitely confined. To apply for an absentee application, go to and click on Vote absentee. Or you can contact the town clerk for the absentee application. If you apply through the town clerk, please be advised that you must include a copy of your driver’s license. If you do not have a driver’s license, there are other forms of ID that will work, please contact the clerk about what forms of ID you can use. Also, please note when you apply for an absentee ballot you must check on the form if you want to get your absentee ballot for just one election or all elections in 2023. Town of Leroy Clerk, Sandra Porter N10725 Hwy YY, Lomira WI, 53050. 920-583-0201

Town Contact Information

Linda Schraufnagel–Town Chair - 920-948-4714

Ray Collien – Supervisor - 920-948-8338

Susan Gassner– Supervisor - 920-948-4072

Sandra Porter – Clerk - 920-583-0201

Bryant Halverson – Treasurer - 920-904-3748


Interested in the Future of the Town of LeRoy?

Please attend our Public Meeting

to discuss updating our Town’s Comprehensive Plan

When: Monday, January 16, 2023

Time: 6:30 pm

Where: LeRoy Town Hall, N10725, Cty. Hwy. “YY”

Agenda: Presentation then Public Comment

Why: Your input and opinions are valuable!

Should you have any questions or comments prior to

the meeting, contact:

Linda Schraufnagel

Town Chair

[email protected]


See you there!