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The village publishes 3 newsletters a year and in each of those newsletters is our program guide. They come out the first week of April, August and December.
Note: Military electors who are on active duty away from their primary residence (active-away) are subject to special procedures, including later absentee ballot request deadlines and voted ballot receipt deadlines.
Note: If an individual is temporarily overseas on election day, that individual may register and vote like any other elector and is not considered an overseas elector.
In either case, the ballot is mailed, faxed, or emailed per the voter’s request. If the voter does not specify the means of transmission, the clerk may send the ballot via whatever means are practical to expedite receipt of the ballot by the voter.
Local election officials are encouraged to make use of the Federal Voting Assistance Program’s Electronic Transmission Service (ETS) for overseas faxes to reduce costs. ETS will also forward emails to military and overseas citizens. Please view the ETS manual for details.
If the request is by fax or email, an original absentee application bearing the voter’s signature must be received by local election officials no later than the deadline to receive the ballot from the elector. The original absentee application is typically included in the carrier envelope containing the voted ballot, which is placed inside its own security envelope.
Military or overseas voters who do not receive their ballots in time may use the Federal Absentee Write-in Ballot, which is available online and at U.S. embassies. Please consult the directory of U.S. Embassies websites for embassy locations and information.
If you missed your Initial Court Appearance, you were mailed a default letter with a future court date to appear for a Good Cause Hearing, you need to appear at that date to ask for an extension.
Please call the Waunakee Municipal Court at (608) 849-4573 and speak with the court clerk and she will discuss a one-time only extension with you. Length of time for your extension will be determined after your discussion.
Please call HE Stark Collection Agency at (608) 274-7764 and they will be able to help you.
You will need to pay your forfeiture in full and the court clerk will lift the 1-year driver's license suspension. This will take 24-48 hours once payment is received for the Department of Motor Vehicles to lift the suspension off your record. At that time you can go and reinstate your driver's license with the Department of Motor Vehicles. Please note this must be done and there are fees for this as well. Your driver's license will not be valid with the Department of Motor Vehicles until you reinstate with them.
Parking Tickets are paid via mail or in person atWaunakee Police Department205 North Klein DriveWaunakee, WI. 53597Non-Emergency Number 608-849-4523
There are organizations such as charitable, non-profit organizations that may be exempt from having to obtain a permit. As a general rule, if you are being asked to make a charitable contribution ask for some proof of credentials, literature and the organizations mission etc. You should consider making your contribution by mailing a check to the organization’s main office. Persistent and aggressive attempts to solicit cash donations should be viewed with reasonable skepticism. In any case if you have questions or concerns regarding people going door to door, please contact the Waunakee Police Department.
Waunakee Senior Center volunteers are registered through Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Dane County. Becoming an RSVP volunteer is a simple and easy process. To learn more about available volunteer opportunities or to apply to become a volunteer, please call (608) 849-8385 and ask to speak with our volunteer coordinator.
Qualified seniors 60 years of age or older may be eligible to receive a home delivered meal. Home delivered meals are determined by the county to be valued at $7.75 and on-site meals are valued at $7.50. Please donate what you can afford for these meals.
A reservation must be made by 2:00 PM the day before to eat at the meal site or to receive meals on wheels (Monday meals must be ordered by 2:00 PM on the Friday before). Cancellations should also be made the day before by 2:00 PM. Transportation to and from the Senior Center to attend meals is available.
Portions are ample and you are free to take home any of your meal that you do not eat, but you must provide your own containers. Call (608) 849-8385 to make a reservation and for more information.
Waunakee Senior Center has two case managers available to help you with your needs. If you would like to speak to a case manager, please contact us at (608) 849-8385 and request an appointment with the case manager assigned to your service area.
If you would like to see what the Waunakee Senior Center has to offer, please take a look at our monthly Silver Notes newsletter. For more information, please contact us at (608) 849-8385.
Please note that you must receive a response and okay in order to burn. For more information, please view the burn permits webpage.
In addition, the department encourages firefighters to continue in other advanced emergency / fire state certified courses and these are also paid for by the department. We have training on just about every Monday night of the year.
For more information regarding volunteering as a firefighter, please contact the WFD by calling (608) 849-5488. Even if we are not hiring, we hold applications for future consideration.
WFD staff responds from home, work or from out-and-about. We all carry special emergency pagers which are a direct line of communication with Dane County Public Safety - 911 Dispatch. When you call 911 for an emergency, we are often paged before you are off the phone with the operator. We are fortunate that many of our staff live very close to the fire station and are able to respond to the station within 1-2 minutes. This allows WFD to have a fire truck out the door, on the way, within 4 minutes. To put that in perspective, City of Madison Fire Department, who is paid full-time and does staff 24-7, typically takes 2 minutes to respond out the door.