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If you have changed addresses or changed names since the last time you voted, you MUST re-register with the City of Verona. If you are a NEW Wisconsin Voter (you have never voted in Wisconsin before), you must register with the City of Verona. The state of Wisconsin has a residency requirement of 28 days prior to the election.
If you have been issued a Wisconsin Driver's License, you must provide this number on the registration application form. If you have not been issued a Wisconsin Driver's License, you may use the last four digits of your social security number. It is not acceptable to use the last four digits of your social security number simply because you do not have your WI Driver's License with you. Failure to provide a WI Driver's License number if you have been issued one will result in a delay of processing the application until the information is provided.All voters wishing to register must provide a proof of residence when registering to vote. Acceptable proof of residence documents include: valid WI Driver's License, utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, real estate bill, residential lease document, or any other government-issued document including the voter's name and address. A complete list can be found on the second page/ backside of your registration application.
A complete list can be found on the second page of the Voter Registration Application.
There are several ways you can register to vote:
Find out where your polling location is by going to MyVote.wi.gov.
Sample ballots are available for viewing a few weeks prior to the election. Contact the City Clerk to obtain a sample ballot.
An "outdoor solid fuel fire heating device or solid fuel unit" is defined as "an outdoor device or structure designed for solid fuel combustion for the purpose of providing indoor heat to a residence or other building, including, but not limited to, solid fuel fired stoves and combustion fuel furnaces or boilers which burn solid fuel (such as firewood or coal)".
If located within a building, permits are required and the building and heating device will need to meet all applicable codes.
If you are unsure of your residency status, please enter your address into AccessDane to check your municipality. Only those who live in the municipality of the City of Verona are considered residents. Please note that your mailing address or school district attendance does not necessarily signify your municipality.
608-845-7623. This line is monitored Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Our lobby and front windows are open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Our phone lines are also monitored during those times. If you have a non-emergency issue outside of those hours, you may call the Dane County non-emergency number at 608-255-2345. For all emergencies, dial 911.
Click here to submit the form online. You may also call us at 608-845-7623. If you only need a crash report for insurance purposes, please specify that in your request - this will expedite the process. Please note, there is a charge of $.25 per page. This applies even if the report is requested to be e-mailed.
In person: You can pay in person at the police department lobby, Monday-Friday 8am-8pm. Please note: we only accept cash, check, or money orders at the window.
By mail: You may also send in a payment by mail to: Verona Police Department, 111 Lincoln Street, Verona, WI 53593. Checks can be made out to City of Verona.
Online: You may also pay online at www.govpaynow.com with a credit card. The location code for this method of payment is 7870. A service fee will be charged for the credit card transaction.
Alternate side parking begins November 20 and ends April 1, and is effective between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. If you park your vehicle on the street during this time, it must be parked on the even/odd side of the street, corresponding with the date it is during this time. In other words, if you will be parking your vehicle during the evening hours, park on the side of the street that will correspond with the date it will be after midnight.
Example: If it is 8:00 p.m. on December 1 and you plan to leave your car on the street overnight, you must park your vehicle on the EVEN side of the street. This is because the ordinance is in effect beginning 1:00 a.m., which would be December 2.
Feel free to give us a call at 608-845-7623 if you have any questions regarding this ordinance.
Yes! If you live within the City of Verona, you can submit a Vacation Watch request here or call us at 608-845-7623. If you decide to return early, just make sure you give us a call and let us know.
We are currently offering fingerprinting services. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are requiring everyone to pass a COVID-19 screening on the day of their appointment. Masks must also be worn throughout the entire appointment.
If you are a City of Verona resident or need the fingerprinting done for a business located within the City limits, there is no charge for this service. Otherwise, we charge $20.00, which can be paid by cash or check on the day of your appointment. Please make sure to bring your photo ID with you when you come.
Yes. You will need to come to the Verona Police Department to fill out a petition for street use permit, or you can access the form here. The application fee is $25.00, plus any additional fees incurred. You will also need to obtain signatures from at least 75% of the residents/businesses that would be affected by the use of the street. During the COVID-19 pandemic, some restrictions may apply.
Yes! Give us a call at 608-845-7623, and we will connect you with an officer who is certified in child safety seat inspections. Make sure you bring your owner’s manuals for your vehicle and your child safety seat to your appointment, which will last approximately 30 minutes.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, we will make every effort to conduct these inspections outside as weather permits, and masks are recommended. In the event the inspection must take place in the police department garage, masks must be worn.
Visit us at the Verona Police Department to obtain your bicycle license and register your bike in our system. The cost of the license is $3.00. Getting a license is not required, but it will help us to identify your bike in the event it is stolen or lost.
We do not sell Wisconsin State trail passes, but you can purchase one at Miller and Sons, Kwik Trip, or mail in the form located at: http://www.friendsofmilitaryridgetrail.org/uploads/6/1/3/5/61359193/trail_pass_order_form.pdf
No. The Verona Police Department does not have a permanent medication drop-off bin. We do host drug take-backs twice a year, which are posted on the City of Verona website. If you have drugs you would like to dispose of, you may do so at Hometown Pharmacy on South Main Street in the City of Verona, or at the Fitchburg or Middleton Police Departments.
Cheif’s Q&A Summary from June 8, 2020 Common Council Meeting
Please contact the Public Works Department the following day at 608-845-6695. We ask that you wait until the next day because collection may be delayed from your usual pick up time.
Brush is picked up on the 2nd and 4th full week of each month. Please have your brush out at the curb by 7:00 am that Monday morning.
No, the city only picks up yard waste during our Fall Leaf Pickup. Please keep your yard waste separate from your brush pile and leaf pile during fall collection. You can always dispose of your yard waste at the city's Drop Off Site.
-You can mail a check or money order with your bill to City Hall (111 Lincoln St.).-You can pay in person at City Hall (111 Lincoln St.).-You can pay your bill online using our online services.-You can use any of the two drop boxes at City Hall (111 Lincoln St).
Most sewer back ups are caused within the pipes on the property and it is the homeowner's responsibility to take care of. Please call a plumber. Sometimes the back up is in the lines on the street and that is our responsibility. Please call the Public Works Department at (608) 845-6695. They may need to view the lines from the street to see if there is a problem.
Many times the engine sound and noise of the plow scraping the pavement give the perception that the truck is flying down the street, when in actuality, they are only moving at 10 to 15 miles per hour. The plows do move faster on open stretches of road to push the snow farther off of the road to ensure there is sufficient space to stack the snow from the next storm.