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Animal Control Questions, Concerns or Problems?
Dogs running at large, unleashed, barking or nuisance.Chapter 64 Animals, Town of St. Joseph Ordinance
Contact the Animal Control Officer:
View our Animal Control page for more information.
DogLicensing General InformationStatelaw requires all dogs to be licensed annually. All dog licenses expire December31st of the year they were issued. Pay in person or by mail to Town Hall, 1337 County Road V, Hudson WI 54016. Proof of rabies is required.
Dog License Application:
Private Kennel Licenses Individuals with three (3) or more dogs or six (6) or more cats must applyfor a commercial kennel license. All kennel licenses expire December 31st of the year they were issued.
Commercial Kennel Licenses Individuals with three (3) or more dogs or six (6) or more cats must apply for a commercial kennel license. All kennel licenses expire December 31st of the year they were issued.
Kennel Application (PDF)
Animal Reclaiming Fees
First Offense: $100 plus actual costs
Second or Additional Offenses per Year: $200/ea plus actual costs
Visit the Treasurer of St. Croix County, WIfor property tax information.
Visit the St. Croix County website to find your property records.
Contact the town’s assessor, Chimney Rock Appraisal, Mark Garlic.
Office Hours: Monday: ClosedTuesday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PMWednesday: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PMThursday: 12:00 PM -6:00 PMFriday: Closed
1337 County Road V Hudson, WI 54016
Phone: (715) 549-6235
In the Town of St. Joseph all building inspection services and any questions regarding "building permits" are handled by All-Croix Inspectios, Corp . For more information see their website at https://www.allcroix.com/
Burning permit questions can be answered on this page. This includes: When do you need a burning permit? How much does a burning permit cost? How long is a burning permit good for? I lost my burning permit, what do I do?
Visit the MyVote website.
The form is not available on-line. The burning permit form is available at the Town Hall or the Fire Department during regular hours of operation.
There is no cost to obtain a burn permit.
The time is perpetual for the address listed.
Each day you plan to burn, call the St. Croix County Communication Center at (715) 386-4701.
If the burn goes past the date provided you will need to make an additional call to the communication center.
Contact the town’s building inspector, All Croix Inspections, Todd Dolan.
Contact the town’s Deputy Zoning Administrator, Jay Kimble.
Fill out the Fire Number form (PDF).
Fill out the Transient Merchant form (PDF).
Effective January 10, 2019 the Town of St. Joseph does not rent tables or chairs. The decision to discontinue rental of tables and chairs was passed at the 01/10/2019 Town Board meeting by Resolution 2019-01.
In order to reserve your date you will need to complete this form Ball Field Request Form (PDF) and submit payment to the clerk's office. Your reservation will not be final until staff has processed your request. Reservations are first to submit form and payment no tentative dates will be held. Payment is nonrefundable.
Fill out the Park Pavilion Request Form (PDF). Reservations are first to submit form and deposit no tentative dates will be held. Your deposit check will be shredded if no damage occurs.
Fill out the Town Hall Use Form (PDF). Reservations are first to submit form and payment no tentative dates will be held. Payment is nonrefundable and your deposit check will be shredded if no issues occur.
Complete an Employment Application.
You can drop your donation off at the clerk’s office or send it in the mail to:1339 County Road VHudson, WI 54016
Please make checks payable to the St. Joseph Fire Department.
Every January, thetown holds a Caucus for the purpose of nominating individuals for town boardpositions. The Chair, Supervisor 2 and Supervisor 4 are nominated on odd number years. The Supervisor one and Supervisor 3 positions are nominated on even number years.
When to Hold the Caucus:Between December 1 and January 1 preceding a spring election, the governing body of a town or villagenominating candidates by caucus must decide the date on which the caucus will be held. The caucusmust be held between January 2 and January 21. The deadline to hold a caucus is not extended ifJanuary 21 falls on a weekend. When possible, preference should be given to having the caucus onJanuary 21. The caucus is not required to be conducted on a Tuesday. Wis. Stat. § 8.05 (1)(a).
The remaining members of the Town Board and the Clerk/Treasurer may select the process to fill the vacancy.
Regular town board meetings start at 6:00 p.m. on the 2nd Thursday of every month.
Send an email request to email@example.com
Send an email request to Nicole Stewart.
Send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
All Plan Commission materials and payment are due 14 days before the meeting.
Please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Plan Commission members are appointed by the town board. If interested, submit a letter of interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Meeting Dates
Public Works Committee: 1st Tuesday of every month
Plan Commission: 1st Wednesday of every month
Parks, Trails & Recreation Committee: 3rd Wednesday of every month
Quarterly Meeting Dates
The Finance and Public Safety Committees meet every quarter.
Plan Commission members receive $20 for every meeting the member attends.
The Plan Commission Chair is paid $100 every month for holding that position.
Submit a letter of interest by emailing email@example.com.