Town of Dunkirk, Wisconsin

Town Services

The Dunkirk Town Hall

The Dunkirk Town Hall is located at 654 County Road N. Travel south of Highway 51 in Stoughton for 2.6 miles on County Road N. Here is a map of Dunkirk. (Get more details or get more of the surrounding area by clicking on the bars in the upper left corner of the map)

new town hall, Town of Dunkirk

The Town of Dunkirk is committed to making the Town Hall and its services accessible to everyone in our community. The Town Hall is wheelchair accessible and provides a handicapped voting machine at elections. We are continually looking for ways in which we may improve our services and welcome your comments.

Town Hall meeting room can be rented by Town of Dunkirk residents for $15 per event. The meeting room includes tables, folding chairs, a kitchenette and bathrooms. Contact us to make arrangements for renting our space:

Town of Dunkirk
654 County Road N
Stoughton, WI 53589
Phone: (608) 873-9177
Fax: (608) 877-5815
email: townofdunkirk@att.net

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The Town Constable

The Town Constable is responsible for enforcing Town ordinances and assisting with animal control.

Constable Greg Holte (608) 873-0381

The Town Constable may be reached at his home number or a message may be left for him at the Town Hall at (608) 873-9177 or townofdunkirk@att.net

Additional Information

  • Dogs are not allowed to run at large.
  • Unlicensed vehicles, junk or waste may not be stored within public view.
  • Open burning of construction material, garbage, trash, or materials not readily combustible is prohibited.
  • Local ordinances are complaint driven.

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Road Patrolmen

The Road Patrolmen are responsible for maintaining Town roads, road signs, roadsides, parks and Town Hall.

Road Patrolman Foreman Mark Gretebeck

Road Patrolman John Bothum

Contact

The Road Patrolmen can be contacted via email townofdunkirk@att.net

Additional Information

  • The Brush and Yardwaste Site on Collins Road is open from 8:00 a.m. to noon on the first Saturday of each month to accept brush. It is also open on the third Saturday during the months of April, May, September and October.
  • Prior to placing a new culvert or driveway, the road patrolmen must be contacted and Town permits must be completed.

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Building Inspector

The Building Inspector inspects Town buildings for compliance with Town, County, and State building codes and ordinances in order to protect public safety and health.

Building Inspector Steve Kittleson
2201 Lake Woods Way
Southern Wisconsin Inspection Service
Stoughton, WI 53589
Wisconsin State Certified Building Inspector
(608) 873-8784
License #70253
cell phone(608) 445-9715

Contact

The Building Inspector can be contacted at (608) 445-9715 or (608) 873-8784.

Additional Information

Town residents must contact the Building Inspector to determine what local permits and inspections are needed for any construction, including new construction, remodeling and additions.

Local Building Permits require the following information:

  • New Homes
    Dane County Zoning Permit
    One set of plans with wall sections
    WI Uniform Building Permit Application completed
  • Additions, Decks and Out Buildings
    Dane County Zoning Permit
    One set of plans
    Names of contractors with addresses & phone numbers
  • Remodeling
    Floor Plan showing project
    Names of contractors with addresses & phone numbers
    Estimated cost

Checks should be made out to Town of Dunkirk.

You can download the Permit Application. The fee schedule for building permits is with the building permit file. If you need to petition the Plan Commission about a change, you can find petitioning process information here.

For information about Dane County Zoning Permits, contact the Dane County Department of Planning & Development at 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Room 116, Madison, WI 53703 or 608-266-4251. The Department also has a website at www.countyofdane.com/plandev

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Senior Services

Stoughton Senior Center

Dunkirk senior residents are encouraged to contact the Stoughton Senior Center. The Center offers a number of services including classes, assistance, meals, social and recreational opportunities.

The Stoughton Senior Center is located at 248 W. Main Street, Stoughton, WI 53589. The Center can be contacted at 608-873-8585. The Stoughton Senior Center has a website at www.stoughton.wi.us

Senior Case Manager

Susan Brodd is the Senior Case Manager for Dunkirk residents. As a case manager, Susan can provide help, information or referrals for food, housing, legal, financial, medical, and transportation services. Susan can be reached at 873-8585.

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Youth Services

Stoughton Youth Center

Dunkirk youth in grades 5 through 8 are encouraged to contact the Stoughton Youth Center. The Center offers regular activities such as sports, fun classes, homework tutoring, and snacks. Services are offered after school as well as on some non-school days.

The Stoughton Youth Center is located 518 S. Fourth Street, Stoughton, WI 53589. The Center can be contacted at (608) 646-0470. The Stoughton Youth Center has a page on the City of Stoughton website at www.stoughton.wi.us.

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