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Town of Hartland Reminders and Postings

Monthly Town Board Meetings will be held the second Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. unless posted otherwise. Meeting agendas are posted on this website 48 hours before meeting.

The Town of Hartland e-mail address is: sar.hartland@gmail.com

Information regarding Town Hall Rental can be found under Permit/Forms on this website. Call Sharon Riehl at 920 619-7696 regarding availability or refer to the Calendar link on this website. Depending on the browser you are using to view the Calendar, you may need to refresh the page for current information.

Please contact Zoning Administrator - Scott Schara, (920) 788-0829 or scott@pondpeopleonline.com before begining any construction project. More information can be found under the Zoning link on this website.

Notices!

*** RESOLUTION 2021-02 Approve District Plan-Voting Wards ***

Please take notice that the Town of Hartland has enacted Resolution #2021-02 Approve District Plan-Voting Wards, on November 8, 2021.

The full text of Resolution #2021-02 can be viewed on the town website by clicking the link below. For additional information contact Sharon Riehl, Town Clerk at 920-619-7696.

2021-02 Approve District Plan-Voting Wards

*** CONGRATULATIONS TO RODNEY HOPPE ***

Rodney Hoppe received the 2021 EMS Person of the Year on October 22, 2021, at the Ball of the Badges, held at the Shawano Lake County Park. The Town of Hartland Board thanks Rodney for the excellent service he provides with the Bonduel EMS!

The next Town of Hartland monthly meeting will be held on December 13th at 7:00 p.m.

*** Friends of Mountain Bay Trail - Shawano County ***

There is a newly formed group called Friends of the Mountain Bay Trail, to raise awareness of and to promote use of the Trail in Shawano County. They are in need of volunteers to assist in areas of planning, signage, reporting trail issues, etc. For more information email shawanomountainbaytrail@gmail.com.

*** BURN PERMITS ***

A Burn Permit is REQUIRED in the Town of Hartland. To avoid a penalty, call Tom Riehl, Town Chairman, 920-680-2723, for burning permits.

More information on burning can be found under Permits/Forms Open Burning, or Ordinances 2012-02.

*** ROAD MAINTENANCE ***

Please report any road repair issues to the Chairman or any Supervisor. This includes pot holes, raised culverts, signs down, etc. Contact information can be found under the 'Government' link on the page.

Vandalism to Town of Hartland Signs

Recently there have been numerous incidents regarding vandalism to signs in the Town of Hartland. This includes removing, damaging, painting, etc. Replacing and/or repairing road signs is costly to the taxpayers of Hartland. If you witness any event of vandalism please try to get a license plate number and call 9-1-1 to report. Thank you.

Fire Commission News!

If any Town of Hartland resident suspects high levels of carbon monoxide in their home, call 911. The fire department will be dispatched to determine if levels are dangerous. Currently this call is free of charge!

Our volunteer Fire Department is in need of Fire Fighters. Please submit an application if you are interested. Applications available under Permits/Forms.

Overview

The Town of Hartland is located in northeastern Shawano County, surrounding the Village of Bonduel. The unincorporated community of Slab City is located within the Town of Hartland and the unincorporated communities of Frazer Corners and Zachow are also located partially in the town. The Town of Hartland has a total area of approximately 35 square miles. As of the latest census the population was 900.

Established in 1859, the Town of Hartland reached its sesquicentennial or 150th anniversary in 2009. The residents take great pride in their history with many pictures on display at the town hall and have even published a book called ‘Hartland Roots’. For more information on how to acquire this book and to learn more about the Town of Hartland, visit the ‘History’ link on the left of this page.

The majority of the Town of Hartland is agricultural, including both active and non-active dairy farms and many acres of cropland. There are also several parcels of woodlands that serve as recreation or home to wildlife. Drive through our township to enjoy a peaceful tranquility or view the old barns that often display a barn quilt.