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The Town of Milton is located in northern Rock County and has a population of 2,923 year round residents. The population grows during the summer months to around 6,000 as there are three campgrounds within the town. Lake Koshkonong also borders the Town of Milton.
The Milton Town Hall is located at 23 First St. Milton, WI.
Town Board Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of the month immediately following the Planning and Zoning Committee at 6:30 PM at the Town Hall. Check calendar or postings for any changes.
We will be extending the deadline for Dog Licenses to June 2020- Please do not come to the Town Hall for this. Mail in a current copy of Rabies vaccination records and the Fee and I will send the tags to you.
We have a "drop off" box located between the Front doors for you to leave dog license applications, building permit applications and Absentee ballots, signed by both the VOTER and A WITNESS- include address!
When the Town Hall is Closed- you can put things in the mailbox also.
Town Hall will be available by appointment- please call 868-2465
For Up to date election questions, forms etc. Go to myvote.wi.gov
The Election to be held April 7, 2020 from 7:00am-8:00pm will be held very differently
Social Distancing will be practiced by limiting the number of people in the polling location to 10 (including election officals) at any one time, and 6 foot seperation will be maintained during all steps of voting process. Hand sanitizer will be available upon entering and exiting the polling location. Voters may have to wait outside due to this.
Stickers will not be handed out during this election!
Please come to vote with A LOT OF PATIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING , we are trying our best to keep everyone safe!
MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION
When registering your vehicles with the Department of Motor Vehicles, please make sure that you indicate they are kept in the TOWN OF MILTON, not the city of your mailing address. It affects town revenues and taxes.
To see the Rock River levels - Click Here (Rock County - Flood Information)