This land was settled around 1831 by Page Blake. From him the country about took the name of “Blake’s Prairie".
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1. The next Bloomington Township Regular Monthly Board Meeting will be Monday March 9th, 2020 at 7:00 pm at the Bloomington Town Hall. If there is a topic that you would like to discuss with the Board, please contact the Clerk to be put on the Agenda.
2. The Township's new Assessors, Gardiner, held an introductory meeting before the October 2019 regular monthly board meeting. The meeting was very informative on their procedures for conducting a revaluation. The Revaluation process has started and should finish up by Aug/Sept of 2020. Letters to parcel owners are being sent out. Please be cooperative with the assessors so this process can go quickly and smoothly. If you have any questions regarding your revaluation, please call Gardiner direct at 608-943-8009. Also under the "Notices" tab I have posted the Revaluation Notice and Tresspass Notice. Please take time to read this notice.
3. AN UPDATED RECYCLING ORDINANCE AND COMPLIANCE ASSURANCE PLAN HAS BEEN PASSED. YOU WILL FIND THE COMPLETE ORDINANCE AND C.A.P. POSTED UNDER THE "ORDINANCES" ICON.
The Bloomington Township recycling dump site is open on Wednesday afternoons from noon to 4:00 pm, and on Saturdays from 8:00 am to noon. Please remember to sort &recycle your garbage. This Dump site is for the Bloomington Township residents use only. The complete Township Recycling Ordinance can be found under the Ordinance icon.
The Township of Bloomington extends their deepest sympathy to the family of Fred (Duke) Plondke who recently passed away. Fred has been our Sanitation Officer and has overseen the Township of Bloomington dump site for more than 20 years.
In 2020, four elections are scheduled and with the February 18th election behind us, we are looking forward to the Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary on Tuesday April 7th; Partisan Primary on 08/11; and the General Election 11/03. Visit www.myvote.wi.gov for more information. IF YOU HAVE MOVED AND HAVE NOT YET RE-REGISTERED TO VOTE, PLEASE DO SO EITHER BY GOING ON WWW.MYVOTE.WI.GOV OR CONTACT JANE PATTERSON, TOWNSHIP CLERK. THIS WAY YOUR INFORMATION WILL BE CORRECT IN THE POLL BOOK WHEN YOU COME IN TO VOTE. YOU CAN RE-REGISTER ON THE DAY OF ELECTION, BUT DOING THIS A HEAD OF TIME MAKES YOUR VOTING PROCESS MUCH EASIER.
RESULTS OF THE FEBRUARY PRIMARY ELECTION FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMINGTON: Justice of the Supreme Court: Daniel Kelly-48; Edward Fallone-2; Jill Karofsky-21. The River Ridge Referendum: Yes-20; No-56.
Many people ask me what is a Partisan Primary. It is an election to narrow down the field of candidates that will move forward to the November General Election. If there are enough candidates to warrant a primary for these positions, they will be on the August ballot: US House, US Senate, State Senate, State Assembly, and any county and local positions that would require a primary for the Nov. election.
1. We were informed by the Grant County Conservation, Sanitation and Zoning Dept that building projects in a Floodplain, Shoreland, and/or Comprehensive Zoning area require a zoning permit. The Township of Bloomington adopted a Comprehensive Zoning plan back in 2009 by the Comprehensive Zoning Plan Committee, therefore several small areas within the Township are zoned as residential. These areas include land on Mississippi Lane, Walnut Bluff Road, Jays Landing, and Hoffman Lane.
Zoning permits for structures include but not limited to: barns, agricultural buildings, silos, houses, cabins, garages, pole sheds, garden sheds, semi-truck boxes, signs, retaining walls, decks, patios and fences. Before building, you must contact the Grant County CSZ Department and the Township's building inspector, Brad Smrcina. Failure to contact these people could delay your building project. If you have any questions before you start a project, please call the Township Clerk for further information.
2. A NEW ATV/UTV ORDINANCE HAS BEEN ADOPTED FOR THE TOWN OF BLOOMINGTON. PLEASE CLICK ON THE "ORDINANCE" ICON ABOVE AND READ THE NEW ORDINANCE #2018-7-9.
3. An Alcohol Control Ordinance has been passed for the Township. To read the Ordinance, click on the Ordinances Icon above.
Bloomington Township does not have an Ordinance concerning burning, but it is regulated by the Town Board. Before you start a fire to burn a large pile or area, the Town Board strongly urges you to call and inform our local fire chief, Tom Hoffman of the Bloomington Fire Department and the Grant County Sheriff's Department the location and timing of the burn. We greatly appreciate your cooperation in this matter. Thank you!
This website was created to provide a quick, easy and convenient way for the Bloomington Township residents and landowners to access town board meeting notices and agendas, meeting minutes and other important Bloomington Township information via computer, tablet or cell phone.
Greg Patterson - Chairman
William Erdenberger - Supervisor I
Joseph Kirschbaum - Supervisor II
Mary Sue White - Treasurer
Jane Patterson - Clerk
Andrew (Buck) Crubel - Full time patrolman
Tim Wagner & Bart White - Part-time patrolmen
Michael Strutz - Sanitation Officer
Gardiner Appraisal Service LLC - Assessor
Brad Smrcina - Building Inspector
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Location address: 534 Hwy 35, Bloomington, WI 53804
*Mailing Address: Bloomington Township, %Jane Patterson-Clerk, 10486 Aspen Road, Bloomington, WI 53804
534 Hwy 35, Bloomington, Wisconsin 53804, United States