Submit your completed voter registration form to the Clerk's office at Village Hall. Bring an ID and Proof of Residence with you. You may also register at the polls on election day.
Most commonly, your drivers license. Otherwise, a current utility bill, bank statement, pay stub, or a state issued license which displays both your name and your address in the Village of Rochester.
All Rochester residents vote at the Village Hall, 300 W. Spring Street, Rochester, Wisconsin 53167
The maximum number of adult cats and or dogs per household is four, but no more than three can be adult dogs. To exceed this limit, you must obtain a kennel license. The limitation on cats can be exceeded on agriculturally zoned properties when more than three cats are kept for the purpose of rodent control.
Dogs must be licensed annually by January 31st. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required. Cat licenses are not required, but all cats must be vaccinated for rabies.
You must own a property more than three acres in size. You must also submit an application for review and approval by the Village Board.
On agriculturally zoned properties more than five acres in size, there is no restriction. For any property less than five acres in size, a special exception permit is required.
On agriculturally zoned properties more than five acres in size, there is no limitation. To keep horses on a property less than five acres in size, you must obtain a special exemption permit.
The building inspector and the zoning administrator hold office hours in the Village Hall Wednesday mornings from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The Building Inspector, Lee Greivell, is available at (262) 424-6957; or by email at email@example.com
Any new structures must obtain a zoning permit before a building permit. Contact the zoning administrator, Jon Schattner, at (262) 902-2782 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. Permit applications are available under the Forms and Permits link.