Town of Leroy
Updates and Reminders
Regular towns meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 7:30 PM. All meeting minutes and meeting agendas are posted on the Town’s web page at www.townleroy.com. Ordinances, frequently asked questions, Sanitary District meeting minutes, agendas and many other items are posted on this web page. Please check it out.
The Annual Meeting will be held at the Town Hall on April 17, 2013 at 7:30 PM.
Garbage hours – are Saturday’s from 8 AM to 12 PM. $1.50 per 30 gallon bag, $2.00 for 50 gallon bags. If can’t make the scheduled time we do have a money canister by the large overhead door for your convenience. A dumpster for scrap metal is also available. Recycling – We have a separate container for recyclable items. These items should be cleaned before you deposit them. We also recycle paper and cardboard.
If you see a car parked outside taking pictures don’t be alarmed. Erma Franke (assessor) and Brenda Wenzel (Erma’s helper) will be going around the Town to take pictures of everyone’s property in the coming months to update the town records. If you have any questions or concerns contact Erma Franke at 583-3320.
For those town residents who have not yet registered to vote. All town residents need to register to vote prior to an election. This can be done by contacting Erma Franke at 583-3320 or you can register the day of election prior to voting. You will need a valid Wisconsin drivers licenses or a current utility bill to confirm your address.
The Town Hall is available to rent for your special occasions. The cost is a $50 deposit and $50 hall rental. Separate checks should be written to the Town of LeRoy. The deposit check is returned if everything is in order. Contact Linda Schraufnagel at 387-4132 to book the hall.
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 387-4132 or Ray Collien at 583-9980. If you cannot reach one of the board members contact the sheriff’s department.