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Town Meeting Schedules

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1. When does the Town Board meet?

The Town Board meets monthly on the second (2nd) Tuesday of the month. The meeting is at the Plymouth Town Hall and starts at 7 pm. Meetings are open to the general public. Contact Town Clerk, Sue Douglas for information.

2. When does the Planning & Zoning Committee meet?

The Planning & Zoning Committee meets on the last Tuesday of the month when necessary. The meeting is at the Plymouth Town Hall and starts at 7 pm. Meetings are open to the general public. Contact Committee Chairperson Brad Inman at 608-921-8114 for more information.

Licenses and Permits

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1. How do I get a dog license?

Forms are also available at the Town Office or Contact Town Treasurer, Tippy Phillips@ 290-2211 (Please see Forms and Permit page for 2014 Dog License Application Form)

2. How do I get a permit for a new construction, remodeling, electrical, plumbling, signs, etc.?

First contact Planning & Zoning Chairperson, Brad Inman, @608-921-8114 to obtain a Zoning Permit and then Contact Town Building Inspector Roland Hemmann @ 262-894-2546 or Independent Inspections Ltd @ 800-422-5220 for any building permit.

3. How do I get a Zoning Permit?

Contact Brad Inman, Planning & Zoning Chairperson, who also serves as Zoning Officer. He can be reached at 608-921-8114.

4. How do I get a permit to take down a building or structure?

Contact Town Building Inspector Roland Hemmann @ 262-894-2546 or Independent Inspections Ltd @ 800-422-5220 for a raze permit.

5. How do I get a permit for a driveway?

Contact Planning & Zoning Chairperson, Brad Inman, @ 608-921-8114 for a driveway permit.

Garbage and Recycling

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1. When is refuse & recycling picked up?

Advanced Disposal is contracted by the Town to provide roadside pickup every Wednesday. If a holiday falls during the week, pickup will be the following day. Contact Advanced Disposal at 608-365-7625.

2. How do I get a cart for waste or recycling?

Contact the Town Clerk @ 879-4012 or Advanced Disposal at 608-365-7625.

3. How is waste and recycling pickup paid for?

A special charge is placed on property tax statement for all properties with a residence. The amount of the charge is determined by the actual cost to the Town for the service.

About Notices

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1. Where does the Town post notices?

In addition to this web site, public notices are posted at the Plymouth Town Hall. If a notice is required to be posted in 3 places, it will also be posted at Plymouth Sanitary District #1 Office and Kenneth S Wells American Legion Post 209. The Brodhead Independent Register is used when there is a legal requirement to publish in a newspaper.

Assessment

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1. Assessment Questions?

Contact Associated Appraisal Consultants, Inc. @1-800-721-4157

Fire

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1. How do I get a new fire number sign?

Contact Steve Schraufnagel, Rock County Planning & Development, @ 757-5587

Open Records

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1. Open Records?

NOTICE OF RECORDS ACCESS. STATE OF WISCONSIN TOWN OF PLYMOUTH ROCK COUNTY The Clerk of the Town of Plymouth, Rock County, Wisconsin, by this notice states that the Clerk of the Town of Plymouth has been designated under s. 19.33, Wisconsin. Statutes, as the legal custodian of records for the Town of Plymouth except that elected officials are the custodians of their own records of office and chairpersons of committees of elected officials are custodians of the records of the committee. The public may obtain information and access to records in the custody of the Clerk, make requests for records, or obtain copies of records, and learn the costs of obtaining copies of records from the Town Clerk as follows: The Town Clerk does not maintain regular office hours at the location where records of the Town are kept. The Town Clerk will permit access to Town records in the custody of the Clerk upon at least 48 hours' written or oral notice to the Town Clerk of the intent to inspect or copy a record of the Town. The main location of the records in the custody of the Clerk is as follows: Plymouth Town Hall 8219 High St. P.O. Box 464 Hanover, Wisconsin 53542 608-879-4012 Email: townofplymouth@gmail.com Please contact Town Clerk, Sue Douglas, at the above location or call her at 608-876-6112. (For a copy of the Open Request Form, Please check the Forms and Permits page)

Zoning

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1. How do I rezone my property?

If the rezone request will involve a land division, contact the Rock County Planning Development Department @ 608-757-5587 first then contact the Town of Plymouth Planning & Zoning Chairperson.

2. How do I get an application for rezoning?

Application forms and instructions are available on this website under Forms & Permits. Copies are also available at the Town Office.