211 N. Grant Street Rosendale, WI 54974 (920) 872-2740
Welcome to the Village of Rosendale, Wisconsin. Rosendale is a small community located 11 miles west of Fond du Lac in northeast Wisconsin. This website is intended to be of use to both visitors and village members alike. We welcome you to our community and hope you enjoy your time here.
Rosendale Lion's Annual
Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 15th
Rosendale's Village Wide Rummage Sale
Saturday, May 20th
Brush Chipping has started!
Please review the brush chipping policy & information
found in the Public Works Department tab on this site
Rosendale now has a Drug Drop Box!!
The Drug Drop Box is located in the lobby of the Rosendale Municipal Building, 211 N. Grant Street
Open to the public during Clerk's hours:
Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Rosendale's 2nd Annual Snowman Contest
NOTICE OF SPRING ELECTION
VILLAGE OF ROSENDALE
April 4, 2017
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the Village of Rosendale on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, the following offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed. The term for Village President and Village Trustee begings April 18, 2017. All terms are for two years unless otherwise indicated.
Village President Duane Ciske
Village Trustee Elizabeth Crook
Village Trustee John Gruszynske
Village Trustee Rennae Quast
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the first day to circulate nomination papers is December 1, 2016 and the final day for filing nomination papers is 5:00 pm, on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 in the office of the Village Clerk.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 21, 2017.
Acceptable Photo ID will be required to vote at this election. If you do not have a photo ID you may obtain a free ID for voting from the Division of Motor Vehicles.
Done in the Village of Rosendale on November 10, 2016
~Emily Wirkus, Village Clerk
SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE VILLAGE OF ROSENDALE APRIL 4, 2017 ELECTION
WANTED: FIRST RESPONDERS & FIRE FIGHTERS
Rosendale Volunteer Fire Dept. & EMS
Seeking Volunteer Firefighters & EMS Personnel
Since 1090 the Rosendale Volunteer Fire Department has protected our surrounding communities from Fire Emergencies utilizing all volunteers that stepped forward answering the call for their community; whether it be day or night, weekend or holiday. Today the Rosendale Fire Department continues to provide those same Fire/Rescue and Emergency Medical services with those same community volunteers.
The Rosendale Fire Department is accepting applications for future eligible volunteer firefighters and Medical First Responder providers.
We are looking for positive & dedicated individuals who believe in our Fire and EMS mission to serve and protect our community, and to be a part of our fire department team.
You will learn some important life skills, such as how to prevent and fight fires, how to rescue people and sustain them in life threatening situations, and how to operate state of the art firefighting equipment.
Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older, live in the Rosendale Fire District, and have a valid driver's license.
Eligible candidates selected, must be willing to complete the State of Wisconsin Entry Level Firefighter Two Part training program at one of our local community training colleges.
EMS Medical First Responders must complete the Wisconsin Medical First Responder Certified course.
For an application, or more information on how you can help the Rosendale Volunteer Fire Department and your community, please contact Chief Dave McCoy at 920-872-2812 or any one of our Rosendale Volunteer Firefigherts or EMS providers for more information.
Free Little Library
Now in Rosendale!!
Rosendale's Little Free Library is located on Main Street (Hwy 26) by Bluemkes Hardware Store. There is parking available on the road next to the Hardware Store to stop and check out a book
***The only rule is that if you take a book, you MUST leave a book***
No due dates, no "actual" check-out system, OPEN 24 HOURS 7 days a week--PLEASE just leave a book for every book you take.
Fun for ALL ages!!
Thank you to Dave Stetter for building the Little Free Library & to the Rosendale Readers Book Club for starting a new fun reading program in the Village for everyone to take part in.
**Attention Village of Rosendale Residents**
If anyone notices a light pole throughout the Village that appears to be burnt out, please contact the Village Clerks Office so it can be reported to Alliant and repaired.
You can contact the Village Clerks Office by calling 920-872-2740 or
Provide more security for your pet. Lost pets wearing current licenses find their way home sooner than those without. Pets without a collar and tags are often assumed to be a stray and never make their way home to their family. Let people know that you care about your pet. Keep your animal's vaccinations and licenses current. Place a collar with current tags on you pet. If we can locate you, we can get your pet home to you. Licenses can be obtained from the Village Clerk. A record of vaccination is required.
Ordinance #102 now requires ALL DOGS & CATS to be licensed. Residents will be allowed only 3 dogs or 3 cats, or any combination thereof. Licenses can be obtained from the Village Clerk durning normal business hours. A record of vaccination is required.
Dog Licenses: $3.00 each for Spayed or Neutered, $8.oo each if not Spayed or Neutered
Cat Licenses: $3.00 each for Spayed or Neutered, $8.oo each if not Spayed or Neutered
~Late fees: $10.00 per animal if registered AFTER March 31st~
In addition, if you fail to get a valid Village license for each dog or cat you own by March 31st, you may be issued a citation for violating Village Ordinance 102, resulting in a court appearance and fine of $187.00 per non-licensed pet. Call 920-872-2740 if you have any questions.
If you have a lost pet, please contact the Police Department or Public Works Office. The Village has a kennel to house lost pets until the owner(s) can be contacted.
Ordinance #102 defines animal control by the following:
* All dogs must be on a leash or chain not to exceed 6 feet in length and must be in the hands of the person controlling the dog.
* All persons having custody or control of any dog must keep the dog in an enclosure; be kept on an appropriate chain or tie not to exceed 6 feet in length; in an enclosed yard, whether walled or fenced, or in any other appropriate restraining enclosure.
2017 Collection Calendar
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