April 7th election for town of Concord
If you would like to see what is on the ballot, the sample ballots are available here: Sample Ballots
The Wisconsin Elections Commission is recommending residents to vote absentee by mail for the April 7th election. There have been three important changes to the absentee voting procedure for this election that affect how you vote. Please read carefully:
1. The deadline to request an absentee ballot by mail, fax, or email has been extended to April 3 at 5 pm. Online requests may also be possible, but we're waiting to hear from the Wisconsin Elections Administration. To request an absentee ballot, download this form absentee-ballot-request-form.pdf , print it, and mail or email it along with a copy of your drivers license to our clerk, Brian Neumann.
2. The deadline for returning absentee ballots has been extended. The ballots must be received by the clerk by 4 pm on Monday, April 13.
3. A witness signature on the absentee ballot certificate envelope is NOT required IF the absentee voter provides a written affirmation or other statement that they were unable to safely obtain a witness certification despite reasonable attempts to do so, provided the ballot is otherwise valid.
Clerk address and contact info:
N6830 County Road E
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
Jefferson County Comprehensive Plan Update
Jefferson County is doing the twenty-year update of the county comprehensive plan. The plan is a very important part of maintaining our high quality of life in Jefferson County.
If you are looking for Concord meeting agenda or minutes, click on “Town Meeting Agenda/Minutes” above.
If you would like to receive email announcements and agenda's monthly from the Concord town clerk click here.
Community Center Rentals
Beverly Stendel is now coordinating use of the Community Center. For details click on Community Center, then the Community Center rental form.