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Licensing of Dogs
All dogs over the age of four months of age must be licensed in the Town of Greenville by March 31st. This is the requirement of the Town, County and State of Wisconsin. New residents must license their dogs as soon as possible. This can be done by mail or in person. We need the rabies shot expiration date, the dog's name, color and breed. Call Laurie at 757-5151 ext 0 for the cost.
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If you lived in your home as of January 1, 2009 and are not already receiving the lottery credit, call Debbie at 757-5151 ext 3 and I will send you a card to pre-qualify for the credit on your tax bill.
Complaints continue to come into the office regarding dogs barking and running loose. The Town of Greenville has a dog ordinance in place and we will enforce it. If you are having a problem with a dog, call the Town Constable, Vicki Prey, at 810-2679. Ms. Prey will assist you with your problem.
Moving? What do I do with all that garbage?
Call Harter's Disposal directly at 888-804-8556. They will determine a fee and a day to pick up your excess trash that does not fit into your container.
Before you fill that ditch in your front yard (or side yard or rear yard if applicable), you need to purchase the proper permit from Town Hall. Anyone not obtaining a permit will be required to put the ditch back to the way it was at the property owners cost. This will be enforced.
Want to see if you are registered to vote and where you vote? Visit: https://myvote.wi.gov/
Note: This is not a Greenville site, but a State site.