News & Notices
NOTICE: Ordinance Repealing Ordinance 2002-1A waiving the treasurer's tax collection bond click here.
Ordinance 2019-01 An Ordinance Repealing Ordinance 2002-1A waiving the treasurer's tax collection bond click here.
REMINDER: Short term rentals are defined as a "residential dwelling that is offered for rent for a fee and for fewer than 29 consecutive days."
Short term rental property owners must register with the Town of Washington and obtain an Accomodations Tax Permit.
Most short term rentals are required to obtain a "tourist rooming house" license fron the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP). Such a license is required for vacation homes, cabins and cottages that are rented out for more than 10 nights in a 12 month period.
The short term rental law requires owners of short term rentals and lodging marketplaces (Airbnb & VRBO) with a nexus in Wisconsin to collect state sales and use tax and any room tax owed from the person renting the residential dwelling.
TRANSFER STATION UPDATE: Animal carcasses/hides are no longer accepted at the transfer station.
PLEASE NOTE: Cardboard larger than 3' X 4' is NOT ACCEPTED at the transfer station as it causes the compactor to jam. Please ensure cardboard boxes are flattened.
Please note new phone number for the Town Shop 715-477-2024.
The 2018 Town of Washington newsletter is available here.
Oak Wilt, a 100% fatal disease of oak trees, has been confirmed at five locations in the Town of Washington. To read more about it click here.
Do you need to dispose of old computer equipment or appliances? Recycling vouchers are still available. Voucher is limited to a maximum of $15. Contact the Town Clerk here to get your voucher.
CODE OF ORDINANCES: The Town of Washington has adopted a Code of Ordinances. To view ordinances click here.
HELP WANTED: The Town of Washington is hoping to reinstitute the Adopt A Road program. We are looking for someone to coordinate the program and for volunteers. If interested in volunteering for either position, contact Carole here or call 715-479-6873. We'd greatly appreciate the help.
To read the Town of Washington Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) click here.