Job Opening – Town Patrolman

Town of Montrose seeks qualified applicants for a full-time Town Patrolman experienced in road repair, snowplowing, and equipment maintenance.  Preferred applicant must be self-motivated, able to work independently, and reliable.  This position will need to be available 24 hours per day in case of emergencies.  Requires a valid Wisconsin driver’s license and CDL.

Salary and benefits based on experience, ability, and qualifications.  Applications can be found under Forms and Permits, or clicking this link Job Application, or by calling the Town at 608-424-3848.  Application, resume, and references need to be received by August 27, 2021.

Open Book

Notice is hereby given that the Open Book review for the Town of Montrose, Dane County, Wisconsin, will be held on July 16, 2021 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m., at the Town Hall, 1341 Diane Avenue, Belleville WI 53508.

Annual Meeting – Reminder

The Annual Meeting is being held as usual this year – on the 3rd Tuesday, at the Town Hall, at 7 p.m.  No refreshments will be provided.  

We will be meeting on April 20, 2021, at 7 p.m., in the main, and repaired, main hall of the Town Hall.

Election results – Spring Election April 2021

Yesterday, April 6, 2021, we had a 38% turnout for the election (833 registered voters; 320 participating voters).

Results were:


State Superintendent of Schools:  Underly: 225    Kerr:  85

All judicial races were uncontested with the incumbents winning.  Br. 2: Reynolds;  Br. 6: Trammell;  Br. 7:  White;   Br. 9:  Frost;  Br. 10:  Colas;  Br. 12:  Taylor;  Br. 13:  Genovese; Br. 17, Conway.

County Executive:  Nicholson:  84     Parisi:  218

All town offices were uncontested with the incumbents winning.  Chair, Roger Hodel; Supervisors, Randy Francois and Dan Palmer; Constable, Jack Everson.

Belleville School Board:  Johann: 118    Monroe: 105    Fahey:  100    Keyes:  90

New Glarus School Board:  Zimmerman: 1  Oimichen: 1  No votes for any other candidate

Oregon School District:  Area 1 –  Lokuta: 4    King: 1     Area 3 – Pankratz: 4  Heisler: 1

Verona Area School District:  Portion 1, uncontested, Christensen elected.  At large:  Murphy: 31  Williams: 30  Jahnke: 28  Vafadari:  21  Porco: 18  Stanley: 10

New Glarus School District Referendum:  Yes: 1    No:  0


Formal Notice of Spring Election on April 6, 2021

Town of Montrose



For the Spring Election to be held


April 6, 2021


in the Town of Montrose the following polling place will be used for the wards indicated:


Wards 1 and 2: 1341 Diane Avenue, Belleville WI 53508




If you have any questions concerning your polling place, contact the municipal clerk.


Ann R Sayles, 1341 Diane Ave, Belleville WI 53508, 608-424-3848 (Hours vary);


All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters.


Election updates for the 2021 Spring Election

The first week of in person absentee voting is done – a total of 88 absentee ballots have been issued, and 40 have been returned.  You can check the status of your ballot on 

The Town Hall will be open every weekday next week (March 29, 2021 – April 2, 2021, inclusive) for voting and voter registration from 10 to noon and from 2 to 4.  No appointment is necessary.  If those times do not work, feel free to call 608-424-3848 to set up a time that does work.

Election Day is April 6th, with polls open from 7 am to 8 pm.  We will be in our newly remodeled facilities, which are nearly done.

Notice of Public Test

The public test of our voting equipment will be held on March 31, 2021 at 1:30 at the Montrose Town Hall, 1341 Diane Avenue, Belleville WI 53508.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

April 6, 2021 Spring Election

Election Day is April 6, 2021. Vote that day at the Montrose Town Hall in Paoli any time between 7 am and 8 pm.  The races are for State Superintendent of Public Instruction, County Executive, and the various school boards in the township.  Up for election, unopposed, are several Dane County judges and the members of township government.

Mail in absentee ballots can be requested through any time through March 31, 2021; but ask earlier rather than later – any ballot not returned to the town hall by 8 pm on April 6 cannot be counted.  So far 77 ballots have been mailed and 7 returned.

In person absentee voting.  You can come to the town hall any weekday from Tuesday March 23 through Friday, April 1; from 10 am to noon or 2 pm to 4 pm.  If none of those times work for you, just call or text 608-424-3848 to make an appointment for some other time.