Contact the town chair or town clerk to indicate your interest. Your name will be kept on a list of future potential town committee members.
A caucus is held annually during the month of January to determine candidates that will be placed on the spring election ballot. Elected town positions are two year terms and are voted on during the general spring election which is held the first Tuesday of April. Town Chair, Supervisors I, Supervisor II, Town Clerk, and Town Treasurer are voted on during the odd numbered years and Supervisor III and Supervisor IV positions are voted on during even numbered years.
If possible, please try to discuss the situation with your neighbor first before getting the town board involved. If your neighbor does not take steps to correct the problem contact the Town Board Chair. There is a listing of policies that the Town Board follows regarding animal control issues under the “Forms” section of the website (near the dog licenses) and also under the “Ordinance” section of the website.
Contact the town’s assessor as soon as you receive your notice as directed under the Assessing Section of this website or as directed on your assessment notice. Open Book and Board of Review notices are also posted on the Town Website under the Assessing Section.
A written request is required before an absentee ballot can be issued. Please refer to the Election Section of this website for further directions on obtaining an absentee ballot.
Road Materials/Driveway Maintenance
Town employees are only allowed to plow and sand private driveways for a fee and with the permission of the Town Chair when plowing of the town roads is completed. Steep or dangerous drives will not be plowed or sanded.
Property owners can have crushed rock delivered to their property. The cost is $90 plus tax per five yards with a 10 yard maximum per year.
Town burn permits can be obtained at the Town Recycling Center during operational hours or from a Town Board or staff member by appointment. The permits are good for an entire calendar year.
At this time the Town of River Falls follows the same hunting regulations as approved by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Hunting is not allowed in town parks and hunters should know where the City of River Falls limits are since hunting is not allowed in the City of River Falls.