The cost to rent the town hall is $100 for Town of Warren residents and $175 for Non-Town of Warren residents.
From I-94: North on Hwy 65, West on 70th Avenue. Town Hall and Park is around the corner. From Roberts: West on County Road TT, cross Hwy 65, Continue West to first road South (112th Street), drive between Twin Lakes and the hall/park is on the West side of the road.
The Third Monday of every month at 7:00 PM at the Town Hall 720 112th Street, Roberts, WI 54023
The annual meeting is the Third Tuesday in April, 7:00 PM, at the Town Hall, 720 112th Street, Roberts, WI 54023
The Plan Commission meets at 7 PM the First Monday of every month. To appear before the plan commission complete the application, follow the directions, and submit them to the clerk 10 days prior to the meeting. The form can be accessed under the Forms page.
Animal Control https://www.companionanimalcontrol.com/
Call Companion Animal Control at (715) 220-1332 or visit www.companionanimalcontrol.com/animal-complaint Established in 2011, Companion Animal Control serves more than 30 municipalities across Washington County, MN, Pierce County & St. Croix County, WI. Companion Animal Control responds to hundreds of calls each year to help animals, visit www.companionanimalcontrol.com for the following information & much more:
- What to do if you’ve found an animal
- Photos of impounded animals
- How to find your lost dog or cat
- Companion Animal Control service areas
- Report an animal welfare complaint
- Community resources such as discount spay/neuter
- Impound & rescue partners
While the dog is barking, call Brit Harmon, Companion Animal Control 715-220-1332
Brit Harmon, Companion Animal Control - 715-220-1332
Western Wisconsin Animal Services - 651-248-2282 [email protected]
Western Wisconsin Animal Services, 651-248-2282. Owners reclaiming there are required to make an appointment to reclaim their animal at the office in Baldwin, pay a reclaim fee and may be invoiced by the municipality to recuperate additional animal control expenses. Animals are held for the state required holding period, then evaluated and transferred to local rescues for adoption.