Community Update COVID-19 03-24-2020 3PM

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update for Town of Ledgeview

UPDATED 3/24/2020 3:00pm:

As the Town of Ledgeview has been deemed to provide essential governmental functions, per Governor Evers Safer at Home Order, we are looking to limit the potential exposure at municipal buildings to protect staff and the general public. This will also help us maintain our ability to continue providing essential services. Please call or email the respective departments to learn what alternate options there are to conduct business over the phone, email or other technology. A staff directory is available here:

The Ledgeview Community Center is closed, but for the exception of in-person absentee or “early voting”.  In-person voting is available Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm.


April 7, 2020, Spring Election and Presidential Preference Vote

Requesting a Ballot by Mail:  Due to the COVID- 19. The preferred way to vote absentee is by mail.  To request a ballot be mailed to you at home please visit the MyVote website ( ) using Google Chrome as your web browser. Photo ID is required to be on file prior to the mailing of the ballot.  A “selfie” is not considered Photo ID.  Please visit the Bring it to the Ballot ( ) website for information on photo identification. The deadline for requesting a ballot by mail is 5:00 p.m. on April 2, 2020.

Registering to Vote:  On-line voter registration has been extended to March 30th. This allows voters to register to vote from the comfort of their home.  Voter registration can also be done in-person at the Community Center.  The Voter Registration Application may be filled out prior to coming to the Town Community Center via .  Simply complete the application on-line, print it off, but do not sign it.  Bring the application with you to the Town Community Center along with your photo ID and then sign your application in front of the Town Clerk. Please see the Town of Ledgeview website for more election information:

Currently, Election Day, Tuesday, April 7, will also serve as an opportunity to cast a vote in person at the polls from 7:00 a m – 8:00 p.m.; however, to reiterate, the Wisconsin Elections Commission strongly recommends that anyone planning to vote should request to have an absentee ballot mailed to them as soon as possible.


If you have a general service inquiry or need assistance from Town staff or consultants, please call or email. We can be reached at 920-336-3360 or We likely can complete your request or transaction without in-person interactions.


You may initiate correspondence and apply for a residential building permit by contacting the Ledgeview Building Inspector via email at  Please be sure to indicate the following in the subject line of your email:  LEDGEVIEW and the ADDRESS of the property you are inquiring about.  Building Inspection requests will be handled on a case by case basis with the property owner and the building inspector.  Please email the building inspector to discuss option for building inspection requests.


We offer several options for paying utility bills:

Online: If you would like to make payment via credit card using our online payment service, please click on

Direct Payment: Sign up to pay your utility bills through ACH. To use this easy, secure and convenient option, download the form here:

Mail: Send your payment to: Ledgeview Sanitary District No. 2, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI

In Person: Drop off payments 24/7 in the secured drop box located within the vestibule at the Ledgeview Community Center at 3700 Dickinson Road.

While payments are still accepted at the Piggly Wiggly (drop off at the service desk at Larry’s Piggly Wiggly, located at 575 Swan Road – Checks only, no cash), we would like to encourage residents to use our online, direct payment or Community Center Dropbox options first.

For questions regarding your utility bill, please contact Lisa Bartz, Administrative Assistant, at or via telephone at (920) 336-3360 extension 105.


Effective immediately, Advanced Disposal will no longer collect refuse and recycling that is not contained in a cart. Loose bags are not acceptable and any items placed outside the cart will not be collected. This procedure is necessary to keep our employees from handling items that may be potentially contaminated with the virus and minimize the spread of the virus to employees, customers and the public. Please ensure that all refuse and recycling is properly contained in the cart in order to be picked up. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation with this request.


All non-essential Town committee meetings will be cancelled indefinitely immediately. For the moment Town Board meetings will continue with only essential agenda items.  No public hearings will be scheduled until further notice.  The next regularly scheduled Town Board meeting is set for April 6, 2020 at 6:00pm at Town Community Center. Town Board members will be participating remotely and the public will be provided information on how to access the meetings via telephonic conference.


Town staff will remain working, either at Town Community Center or remotely, and will be available to answer questions regarding Town services.  The general phone number for Town Community Center is 920-336-3360. General email inquiries may be emailed to Town offices will be open, but limited to in-person absentee or “early voting”.


Public Works employees will remain working throughout the community, just as they would under normal working conditions. Please remember to avoid close contact with these employees should you have the need for their assistance.


PLAYGROUNDS ARE CLOSED until further notice.  The Town does not wipe down or sanitize playground equipment, tables, or other surfaces at parks.

All park shelters are currently closed for the winter season and will remain closed until further notice.

Please also note that team or contact sports do not comply with social distancing requirements.

Please practice social distancing and avoid close contact with others as you visit our parks and trails.  The CDC recommends a minimum of 6 feet distance to help reduce the risk of spread between individuals.

Please Pick Up After Your Pet. It doesn’t take much to remember that we have pets in our community. In fact, if you don’t watch your step, you’re liable to step in one such reminder! Besides being unsightly and smelly, animal waste can be hazardous to the health of our children as well as other pets and animals. One of the most common forms of disease transmission between dogs is through fecal matter. When walking your dog in our community, remember that it should be leashed. Also, it is important to remember to immediately clean up after your pet. Take along a baggie with you to pick up waste with and then dispose of it properly. By taking a few simple steps to clean up after your pet, you can contribute not only to the beautification of our community, but also towards the elimination of one of the most irritating nuisances in our community. Remember, dogs and pets are not allowed in public conservancies or parks.  Remember, personal responsibility extends to being responsible for your pet.  Thank you for your cooperation!

(Rule #1:  Pick up #2)

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