On September 11, 2021 the Wisconsin ATV/UTV Association, Kettle Moraine ATV Association and Lakeshore ATV/UTV Club will be hosting the 14th annual Wisconsin ATV/UTV Charity Ride benefiting “Make-A-Wish Wisconsin.” This will be the first year the event and ride have been held in Southeast Wisconsin. The ride, event and banquet will be held at the Washington County Fair Park and Convention Center (3000 CTH PV, West Bend, WI) in Washington County. Riders will be using ATV/UTV road routes throughout the Kettle Moraine (used loosely) region.
There may be an extraordinary volume of traffic from ATV/UTVs in the area. In the past few years, the event has drawn approximately 150-175 participants. As this is the first year the event is in Southeast Wisconsin, we cannot foresee if there will be more or less attendees. September 11th will be the heaviest traffic day; however, you may also have extra ATV/UTV traffic on Thursday and Friday as we prepare for the event. Heaviest ATV/UTV traffic will be near the West Bend area, and dispersing from there.
When paying your taxes by mail, return to Gerald Schulz only the coupon on the bottom of your tax slip.
Please enclose a self addressed stamped envelope for your receipt. If no envelope is enclosed, no receipt will be sent. If you want to know if your taxes are paid or want to print a receipt, go to the Washington County website.
-Gerald Schulz, Treasurer, 5520 Hwy D, West Bend, WI 53090 - Telephone 262-629-5416
BUILDING INSPECTOR/ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
Jeremy Pfeifer, Office-262-629-1774, Cell-262-689-7346
Please go to the FORMS tab at the top of this page to find building information and applications.
TO BE PUT ON AN UPCOMING MEETING
You must notify the clerk 2 weeks in advance of the next meeting to be put on as an agenda item. Meetings occur on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. Please plan accordingly.
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TOWN OF WAYNE TRANSFER STATION: We are OPEN during the COVID-19 (Safer at Home) agreement
TOWN HALL FOR RENT:
Welcome to Wayne, Wisconsin. The town of Wayne was originally settled in 1848 and was named after U.S. General Anthony Wayne of the Pennsylvania Battalion who is famous for commanding the forces of Fort Ticonderoga during the American Revolution and founding the "American Lite Corps." (Revolutionary Special Forces).
Wayne’s earliest settlers were a combination of German, Irish, Scottish, French, and English settlers. Attracted to the area by the rich soils, resources, and abundant farmland, these early settlers became the founding fathers and mothers of our three hamlet areas: Wayne, Kohlsville, and St. Killian. Today Wayne is a beautiful, rural town surrounded by rolling hills, rivers, and many small ponds. Residents enjoy the pleasantries of country life combined with convenient access to the larger communities of Kewaskum and West Bend.
The Town of Wayne has a three person Town Board that meets the third Wednesday of the month at the Town Hall . There is also a Planning Commission that meets that same night, at the Town Hall at 6:30p.m. The Town Board meeting immediately follows the Planning Commission meeting
The town hall is located at 6030 Mohawk Road, Campbellsport, Wisconsin, 53010.