Town of Pleasant Springs

             2354 County Road N

             Stoughton WI 53589

                  (608) 873-3063


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NOTICES

**2015 WI ACT 79 changed the posting requirements for municipalities. WI State Statute 985.01(2) now states:


If the governing body of a municipality elects to post under s. 985.05 (1) it shall post in the following manner:  (a) The notice must be posted in at least 3 public places likely to give notice to persons affected or must be posted in at least one

public place likely to give notice to persons affected and placed electronically on an Internet site maintained by the municipality.


Beginning Nov. 2015, the Town of Pleasant Springs will no longer post notices and agendas in the three designated posting locations. The Town will now post on our town website and at the posting board located outside of Town Hall at 2354 County Highway N, Stoughton WI 53589. If you have any questions, please contact the Clerk at 608-873-3063.

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2019 ROAD BID NOTICES


2019 ANNUAL MEETING


TOWN OF PLEASANT SPRINGS TREE TRIMMING


NOTICE - EMERALD ASH BORER


Complaints - Town of Pleasant Springs Parks


2019 NOXIOUS WEED NOTICE

Every person shall destroy all noxious weeds on all lands which he shall own, occupy or control.  The term noxious weeds includes Canada Thistle, leafy spurge and field bindweed.


*AMENDMENT TO THE PROPERTY MAINTENANCE ORDINANCE TO ADD PROVISIONS RE: NOXIOUS WEEDS

On January 19, 2016 the Town Board approved an ordinance amendment to Chapter 170 of the Town code of ordinances regarding noxious weed. For the full amendment, please click below:

Full Ordinance Amendment



Passage of Ordinance 177:  Adoption of the State Traffic Code