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A complete list can be found on the second page of the Voter Registration Application (PDF).
If you have further questions about Voter Registration, please contact City Hall at 608-845-6495.
These machines scan and take a picture of every ballot, therefore it takes a little while for the machine to fully scan each ballot. Please be patient while the machine is scanning your ballot and wait for the beep and 'Thank you for Voting' to appear on the screen before exiting the polling place.
An "outdoor solid fuel fire heating device or solid fuel unit" is defined as "an outdoor device or structure designed for solid fuel combustion for the purpose of providing indoor heat to a residence or other building, including, but not limited to, solid fuel fired stoves and combustion fuel furnaces or boilers which burn solid fuel (such as firewood or coal)".
If located within a building, permits are required and the building and heating device will need to meet all applicable codes.
If you are unsure of your residency status, please enter your address into AccessDane to check your municipality. Only those who live in the municipality of the City of Verona are considered residents. Please note that your mailing address or school district attendance does not necessarily signify your municipality.
Our officers are on duty 24/7, but our Business Office is staffed, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Any questions related to winter parking regulations may be directed to the Verona Police Department at 608-845-7623.
Please contact the Public Works Department the following day at 608-845-6695. We ask that you wait until the next day because collection may be delayed from your usual pick up time.
Most sewer back ups are caused within the pipes on the property and it is the homeowner's responsibility to take care of. Please call a plumber. Sometimes the back up is in the lines on the street and that is our responsibility. Please call the Public Works Department at (608) 845-6695. They may need to view the lines from the street to see if there is a problem.
Many times the engine sound and noise of the plow scraping the pavement give the perception that the truck is flying down the street, when in actuality, they are only moving at 10 to 15 miles per hour. The plows do move faster on open stretches of road to push the snow farther off of the road to ensure there is sufficient space to stack the snow from the next storm.