Town of Mazomanie Home

The Town of Mazomanie is located along the Wisconsin River in northwestern Dane County, Wisconsin. The Town is about 30 miles west of the state capitol, Madison.

*Second installment payments and payments made after 1/31/24 MUST to be sent to the Dane County Treasurer



Cost of 2024 Annual Permit: $200

The transfer site is located at:

10347 Highway 14, East of the Village of Mazomanie.

Open Fridays: 7 am – 10 am and Saturdays:  7 am – 1 pm

If you received a 2024 transfer site permit with your tax bill, the transfer site permit fee was included on your tax bill. No additional payment is due.

If you currently don’t have a permit but would like one, send a check (payable to the Town of Mazomanie) along with a self-addressed stamped envelope to:  Town Hall, 711 West Hudson, Mazomanie, WI  53560.


All current Agendas, Minutes and Election Notices are posted to the front page of the website!!!!

boardminutes06102024 (June’s Board Minutes)

landplanminutes06032024 (June’s Land Plan Minutes)

landplanagenda07012024 (July’s Land Plan Meeting Agenda)

boardagenda07082024 (July’s Board Meeting Agenda)

Type E Notice – August 13, 2024 – Partisan Primary – publication (August Primary Absentee Voting Notice)

Dane County Type B Notice for Partisan Primary (August Primary Election Notice)

Dane County Type C Notice for Ref for August 2024(1) (August Primary Referendum Notice)




A Fireworks permit is required for ALL firework being done in the Township. To get a Fireworks permit please call the Town Hall at 608-795-2920 or email at [email protected]


Due to an increase in rural residential break ins the Sheriff’s Office is urging citizens to lock their vehicles and remove any valuables.
Theft is a preventable crime of opportunity that can happen in just moments. Following
these simple steps can prevent you from becoming a victim.

1. Check vehicles to ensure you have removed all valuables
2. Lock your car doors, and ensure your garage door is secured
3. Walk around the inside of your home and lock/secure all doors and windows
4. Turn ON outside lights
5. Report any suspicious activity

When reporting a crime please include as much information as possible to include
location, description of subject, direction of travel, and if any potential security camera
footage is available.

How to Report;
Non-Emergency (608) 255-2345
Emergency 911
If you have additional questions please contact Deputy Jodi Hager @ (608)444-7099 or
[email protected]



Dane county has received money to fund rural broadband improvement projects. They are actively requesting that every home in Dane county perform a speed test in order to decide where to distribute those funds. Please click on the following link and follow the instructions. This only take a few minutes, and you can be discrete if you’d like. Qualification for this money is largely based on survey participation.


Boat Landing Permits

Town Hall Rental


Elected Officials

Recycling/Transfer Site