Welcome to the Town of New Holstein!                           

 We are a small friendly rural community among many in east central Wisconsin with rolling hills and small woodlands scattered throughout our township.  We have many fine dining locations in and around the surrounding area. We are also centrally located to a number of larger communities for shopping, work, entertainment, etc. plus we have access to three fine public school systems.

Upcoming Events

                     Special Meeting: Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 7:00pm        (Click for details)     


                   Annual Town Meeting: April 16, 2019 at 7:30 pm           (Reports will be available at the meeting)


                         Monthly Board Meeting: May 8, 2019 at 7:00 PM        (Click green button below for details, when available)


                             2019 Tire Recycling Event:  June 1st, 2019                   See Recycling and Garbage page for Details!


News . Notices . Updates

!!  CAREFUL  !!

Even though Spring is here:

Town Roads can be Snow Covered or Icy and Slippery with late winter weather events. 

Be careful driving, road conditions can change quickly! 

Use good winter driving techniques!

  • ELECTION INFORMATION: If you have questions about upcoming elections, please go to the  Election Information page under the Government dropdown of our website for help.
  • Application for WPS Natural Gas Project. See Attachment
  • How to Control Noxious Weeds.
  • Residents can now request a 2nd Recycling Bin if desired.  The fee for this is $33.55/year. Contact Mary Jo Muellenbach if you are interested in a 2nd bin.
  • Automated Curbside Recycling Pick-up. See the Community section on the Recycling and Garbage page for Instructions.
  • The Town Board adopted an ordinance regulating the Razing or Removal of Buildings in the township, see the full ordinance in the Government section on the Town Ordinances page. Raze or Removal of a building in the Town requires a Permit.  Contact Supervisor Ben Henke to obtain a permit.
  • The Fire Departments remind all residents to check their driveways for tree growth or placement of objects near or on your driveways. A minimum clearance of 10 feet in width and 13 feet in height is requested. Remember, a fire truck or ambulance is much larger than your car.  Please maintain driveways to allow the safe and efficient passage of emergency vehicles should the need arise.

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