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The Town of Townsend was built along a Military road in 1864. It was originally named Johnson Siding and later, along with Lakewood, became known as the Town of Wheeler. The Town was named Townsend in honor of the man who drove the first railroad spike here.

The Townsend Clerk will be in the office Tuesday, March 31 and Friday April 3 for in house absentee voting.

To request an absentee ballot be sent to your home, visit 

myvote.wi.gov 

or, e-mail the clerk at townsend54175@gmail.com.  Include a copy of your identification 

NOTICE

TOWN OF TOWNSEND

WEIGHT LIMITS

 

Effective Monday, March 9, 2020, road limits will be posted for the town of Townsend in Oconto County.  Anyone violating these restrictions will be fined $500.00 for the 1st offense and $1000.00 for the second offense.  Please contact the Town Chairperson, Carla VanCamp, for the exception to the above restriction

NOTICES

Mar 31, 2020

Public test of the election equip

Public test 10am

Apr 07, 2020

Tuesday 7am - 8pm

Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary

Apr 13, 2020

11-4pm

Red Cross Blood Mobile

Townsend Town Hall

Apr 14, 2020

Regular Board meeting

6pm Townsend Town hall

Apr 21, 2020

Town hall 6pm

Annual Meeting of the Electors

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In accordance with Ordinance #1-93, NO PARKING of any vehicle is permitted on roads in the Town of Townsend during the hours of 8:00pm and 8:00am from November 1, 2019 to April 1, 2020

Any road issues, please contact the Hwy Maintenance crew at 715-276-1801 

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