October 3rd or 4th (depending on your normal pick-up day) is the Town of Dunn's annual extra pick-up spring clean-up days. This is the time to place items that do not fit in your trash cart at the curb to dispose of them. Please place these items neatly at your curbside next to your cart by 6:00am on your day of service, either October 3rd or 4th. Items MUST be placed neatly to avoid a dumping ticket.
Box Springs (only if placed in a sealed, waterproof storage bag)
Charcoal & gas grills (no propane tanks)
Dry Carpet (rolled & tied for one person to handle)
Household trash items
Mattresses (only if placed in a sealed, waterproof storage bag)
Small lawn mowers & snow blowers (gas & oil must be removed).
Swing set (must be dismantled)
Appliances (air conditioners, dehumidifiers, dishwashers, dryers, freezers, microwaves, refrigerators, stoves/ovens, washers, water heaters, water softeners)
Computers and computer monitors
Concrete or dirt pieces
Lead acid batteries
Paints & thinners
Vehicle engine blocks & tires
Note:Some not acceptable items can be pre-arranged for pick-up with Pellitteri Waste Systems for a fee.
Please call (608) 257-4285 for further information.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) are conducting the US 51 Corridor Study, from 1-39/90 to US 12/18 (Stoughton to McFarland), to evaluate alternatives that will improve safety, pavement condition, and congestion along the corridor and address the needs of bicyclists and pedestrians where feasible. Please click here to view recent key decision points and upcoming milestones.
Public Meeting Scheduled:
Thursday, September 26th, 2019
5PM to 8PM at Stoughton Highschool
600 Lincoln Avenue, Stoughton, WI
Open-house style format with a formal presentation starting at 5:30PM. Maps and exhibits will provide details about the study, needs, alternatives, impacts, and project schedule. WisDOT invites the public to participate and provide comments.
For more information, please contact Jeff Berens, WisDOT Project Manager, at (608) 245-2656 or at Jeff.Berens@dot.wi.gov
Please join us at the Town Hall on October 12th, 2019 from 3PM to 6PM to celebrate the arrival of fall and our delayed Arbor Day event! The event will begin promptly at 3PM. Start with constructing a Halloween craft or pumpkin carving and then settle in to enjoy a presentation by guest speaker Gae Bergmann. Gae Bergmann will discuss the monarch butterfly. Mary Gross will also be receiving the Stewardship Award for serving as the staff liaison to the Parks Commission for 20 years. Following the award ceremony and presentation, a potluck dinner will be served. Bring your favorite dish to pass and enjoy your community! Brats, hot dogs, plates, napkins, eating utensils, and a beverage will be supplied. Come meet other residents and share in this fun family event. Free trees and door prizes!
Preliminary Event Itinerary:
Some people may believe that if a product clears their toilet bowl, it’s flushable. However, after flushing, wipes travel in the sewer fully intact where they combine with other items wipes and create solid blockages and potential sewer backups. Even brands that claim to be flushable create a problem.
For several years, Town of Dunn Sanitary Districts have incurred expensive sewer equipment repairs and have spent even more for sewer main clean-outs. Sewer clean-out companies have been continuously removing excessive amounts of wipes from the sewer systems. The costs and risks associated with repairs and clean-out are shared by Dunn residents living in areas with sewer service.
NEVER Flush These Clog Causing Items:
•'Flushable' baby wipes, facial cloths, paper towels, wipes of any kind, diapers, and sanitary pads.
•Hair, dental floss, cotton balls, swabs, make up sponges, condoms, cigarette butts, chewing gum, food items.
•Flushable cat litter and dried waste from the litter box.
•Fish, snakes, or other little critters.
•Medication, supplements, or drugs.
Save the Sewer, Put Wipes in the Trash, Not the Toilet!
Town of Dunn summer road construction is scheduled to begin on July 29th and expected to be completed by August 16th, tentatively. Expect delays and possible road closures.
PLEASE DO NOT PARK ON THE FOLLOWING TOWN ROADS AND KEEP THE WHOLE ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY CLEAR. Town roads undergoing reconstruction:
Each year, for nearly 40 years, the Dane County Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission's annual art poster has showcased a different, talented local artist. This tradition lives on in 2019. Poster donations help support the Commission's mission and programs: fostering public participation, increasing access, and forging alliances in support of local arts, culture and history.
This year’s poster features, “Pleasant Valley Conservatory," Acrylic on Canvas, 30" x 40", by Karen Watson-Newlin.
The following Dane County framing shops are serving as poster distribution sites and in partnership with the Commission offering custom framing discounts for this year’s art poster: Monroe Street Framing (1901 Monroe Street, Madison (255-7330), Douglas Art & Framing (3238 University Avenue, Madison (441-9948), and Megan’s Custom Framing in Madison (1941 Winnebago Street, Madison (709-1322), and Meuer Art & Picture Frame Company in Middleton (8448 Old Sauk Road, Middleton (833-3337).
Dane County Art posters are available at the Town Hall for a suggested donation.
The Town of Dunn is in the process of updating its Land Division Ordinance to reflect the latest amendment to the Town's Comprehensive Plan. Please click here to view a copy of the draft Ordinance and here to see a copy of the draft land division regulations.
The Wisconsin DOT recently selected "Alternative H" as the preferred alternative for the HWY 51 project. More information about this alternative can be found below:
Monday - Friday | 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
The Town Hall is CLOSED on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after, Christmas Eve Day, and Christmas Day.
In addition to these holiday closures, the Town Hall may close when schools close due to snowfall in order to reduce traffic and support snow removal. Call ahead if you are in doubt.
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