Adopting A Road in the Town of Beloit is an easy
and free process. For additional information, contact the Adopt A
Road coordinator at 364-2980 ext.0 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Town of Beloit
Assessor is Accurate Appraisal LLC. You can reach the assessor at 1
800 770-3927, visit their web site at email@example.com
BEER AND LIQUOR
OPERATOR AND CIGARETTE LICENSES
Operator(Bartender) and cigarette licenses expire in June of
each year. Current license holders will be mailed renewal forms in April.
The Town of Beloit Supervisors
meet the first and third Mondays of each month at the Town Hall,
2871Afton Road, at 7:00 p.m. Agendas are posted at the Town Hall,
the Fire Station, the Police Station and on the web site.
On the alternate Mondays there are Workshops at the Town Hall
at 4:00 p.m.
The Planning Commission meets at 4:15
p.m., the second Wednesday monthly.
Please email the Clerk, Karry DeVault at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you wish to receive a copy of the agenda or minutes.
BOAT LAUNCH PASSES
FOR ARMSTRONG EDDY PARK & PRESERVATION PARK
boat launch passes can be obtained if you live in the Town of
Beloit, or Wisconsin. The cost of an annual pass is:
$30.00 for Town of Beloit residents
Wisconsin residents (but non Town of Beloit)
pass is good from May 1st through September 30th of each year.
Daily passes for residents or nonresidents are available
at the park for a fee of $6.00.
You can pickup
an annual pass application in person or apply by mail at the Beloit
Town Hall, 2871 South Afton Road, or the Police Department, 1133
Inman Pkwy, Beloit WI 53511. The hours are Monday through Friday,
8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
A permit will have to be
purchased until you receive the Annual Permit in the mail, if you
mail in an application.
If planning a construction project, please
contact the Building Inspector at (262) 394-5355, fax number at 262-394-5455 or email email@example.com. Rex Henke is available by appointment. Blank permit applications may be obtained from the Town Hall, 2871 S. Afton Road - Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm.
The Town has an ordinance prohibiting open
burning except, natural wood and leaves can be burned in the months
of April, October and November
from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. each year. All burning
must occur at least fifty (50) feet away from all structures and
combustible materials. The burning of treated wood in any form,
garbage, food products, paper products or cardboard, manure, plastic
and rubber is prohibited.
Burns(Campfires) shall be limited to natural wood or natural wood
products with the base of the fire not to exceed thirty six (36)
inches in diameter, with the flames not exceeding thirty six (36)
inches in height. Exception to the size of the fire may be granted
by the Fire Chief. All fires shall be no less than thirty (30) feet
from any combustible material or structure.
Control burns of prairie land by qualified individuals may be
allowed by permit issued by the Fire Chief.
~ 2015 ~
FESTIVAL ON THE ROCK
= Free admission and
Friday September 11, 2015 - FESTIVAL ON THE ROCK
- last year's started at 4:00 pm to 12am
Craft vendors, Carnival, Bags Tournaments: 6pm, Beer, local
Food vendors, Live Music: To Be Determined
Saturday September 12, 2015 - FESTIVAL ON THE
ROCK - last year's started at 9:00 a.m. to
Horseshoe tournament:10am, Food, Beer
tent: 9am-11:30pm, Patch Toys sale: 9am-4pm, Softball Tournaments:
9am-8pm, free Pontoon Boat Rides: 1pm-3pm, Carnival, affordable
Craft tents, Bands: To Be Determined
9am-4pm, Kids performances: 12pm-1pm, and Fireworks.
Sunday September 13, 2015 - FESTIVAL ON THE ROCK
- last year's GO KART RACES were from 12:00 pm to
Softball Tournaments: 9am-6pm,
Professional Go Kart Races: 12pm-3pm, Carnival, Beer, Food vendors,
Music: To Be Determined, Cardboard Boat Races: 1pm - 3pm
Where: Preservation Park, 3444 S. Riverside Drive (Highway
51, 3 miles north of Beloit)
click here for a map, and
For more information, visit the FESTIVAL ON THE ROCK page on this
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday September 20, 2015 - BELOIT
AUTORAMA CAR SHOW
The Midwest's largest one-day show
featuring over 1,000 cars on display, swap meet,
arts & crafts, food and music.
From 8:00 am to 4:00
at the Preservation Park, 3444 S.Riverside
Drive (Highway 51, 3 miles north of Beloit). View
The Town of Beloit owns Baldwin Cemetery on S. Afton Road. Lots
are sold at the Town Hall located 2871 S. Afton Road.
TOWN OF BELOIT ADVISORY COMMITTEE OPENINGS
of Beloit Residents: if you've ever considered getting involved in
your local government, now may be the time. A vacancy exists
currently on the: There are currently no openings on any of the Town Committees.
Please consider joining other committees such as: the Parks
Commssion, Planning Commission, and Board of Adjustment and help
make a difference in our community
Please contact the Town Hall for a simple application at 364-2980
or stop by at 2871 S. Afton Road. To be considered, you must be a
Town of Beloit resident and of legal voting age.
Each year in March dog licenses are due for the
following year. They are now sold at the Town Hall located at 2871 S. Afton Road or the Town Police Department
located1133 Inman Parkway from 8:00am - 4:30pm. Owners are required
to have the dog vaccinated against Rabies within a 30 day period
after the dog reaches four (4) months of age. Each dog five (5)
months old or older requires a dog license. Bring the vaccination
certificate with you to purchase a dog license. License your dog by
March 31st annually to avoid the $10 late fee.
None at this time.
MUNICIPAL COURT NEWS
The Clerk of Courts office is located 2871 S. Afton Road.
Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00am to
Court only is held at the Town Hall, 2871 S.
Afton Rd, Beloit on second, third and fourth Tuesday
afternoons at 3:30 p.m. Check with the Clerk of
Court at 608 364-2985 for the schedule.
Traffic or ordinance citations
should be paid at the Town Hall at 2871 S. Afton Road from 8:00am -
Parking tickets and tow
fees should be paid at the Police Station at 1133 Inman
Parkway from 8:00am - 4:30pm.
Wards 1,2,3: Beloit Town Hall, 2871 S. Afton Road, Beloit, WI
Wards 4,5, 6: McKearn Park Building, 2711 Park Avenue, Beloit, WI
Wards 7,8,9, 10, 11: Turner High School, 1231 Inman Parkway, Beloit, WI
To register to vote, provide identification showing name &
current address and apply at the Town Hall or at the polls
Spring Primary election: Tuesday February 17, 2015
Polls open from 7:00am-8:00pm
Voting for the February 17th Primary will be at the Town Hall ONLY....No other polling locations will be open.
Spring election: Tuesday April 7, 2015
Polls open from 7:00am-8:00pm
Questions: contact Karry DeVault at email@example.com
, call 364 2980 extension 3
or come to the Town of
Beloit Town Hall, 2871 S. Afton Rd., Beloit from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30
For more information go to the Voter Public
Access website: https://myvote.wi.gov/
Tuesday January 5, 2015 - 5:00 p.m is the deadline for
Candidates for Town Office.
~~~ Become a Canditate
for Town Office ~~~
The following Town Officers for
the Town of Beloit are to be elected:
OFFICERS_________ ____ _ INCUMBENT__
Town Chairman -------Tim Guenther
Supervisor #1 -------- David Townsend
Supervisor #2 -------- David Russell
Pick-up an application at the Town of Beloit Hall, 2871 S. Afton
(lower level),from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
-Call the Town Hall at 364-2980 if you have any questions.-
PROPERTY PERMIT APPLICATION
The Town of Beloit now requires single and multi-unit rental
properties to be permitted.
To receive the Rental
Property Permit Applications, contact Karry DeVault at firstname.lastname@example.org
, call 364 2980 extension 3 or come to the Town of Beloit Town Hall,
2871 S. Afton Rd., Beloit from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
There is a $25.00 per dwelling fee.
The Sewer Department is located on Walters Road. For more
information call 364-2982 or visit the Public Utilities Department
*** For more information, see the Public
Utilities page under "Departments"***
Each residence in the Town of Beloit is required to
contract with a hauler for trash and recyclables.
The five licensed Town haulers in alphabetical order are
•Lentell Disposal - (608) 362-8471
•Rock Disposal Inc. - 1 888 589-7625 or (608)
365-7625 or rockdisposalinc.com
Services - (608) 752-1500 (commercial and dumpsters
•Veolia Environmental Services - 1 800
•Waste Management - 1 800 386-7783 or
Unless specified, the above haulers
handle Residential, Commercial & Dumpster service.
WHAT TO RECYCLE?
Paper: advertisements, beverage cases, catalogs,
cereal boxes, colored paper, computer paper, copy paper, envelopes,
magazines, newspaper, office paper, paper bags, phone books,
corrugated cardboard (cut to fit in bin), NO STICKY NOTES!. Do not
include: napkins, paper plates, paper towels, tissue paper, waxed
paper, juice concentrate containers, sticky notes or hard cover
Aluminum cans: emptied. Rinsed and
crushed if possible
Glass bottles & jars:
green, clear, brown. Emptied. Put lids in
Steel/tin cans: rinsed and crushed if
Plastic containers: containers labeled
with a 1 through 7 on the bottom. (made of PETE #1, HDPE #2, PVC #3,
LDPE#4, PP #5, PS #6 and other resins or multiple resins #7).
Recycle lead acid batteries, waste oil ,major
yard waste, and waste tires as well
You can access the City of Beloit RECYCLING
CENTER located 2351 Springbrook Court, Beloit
Saturdays, 9 a.m. -12 noon (excluding holiday weekends)
for the following items:
For a Fee: Tires (17"
or smaller - no rims)$6 each, Bulky items $10 each, Appliances$15
each, Bagged waste $1/bag
Free of Charge: Antifreeze, Automotive waste
oil (in leak proof containers), Automotive, motorcycle, or boat lead
acid batteries, Automotive oil filters, Recyclables: mixed paper, #1
through #7 plastics, box board, card board, food cans (aluminim,
tin, steel, bi-metal) and food jars.
MOTOR WASTE OIL & AUTOMOTIVE
BATTERIES: Free Recycling at both locations:
Center, 2351 Springbrook Ct., Beloit - Saturdays 9 a.m.-Noon (except
•Kolden Automotive: 2550 Dewey Avenue, Beloit -
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,
•Manic Racing Automotive: 3120 Riverside Dr, Beloit
- Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,
8a.m.- Noon. =will also accept Deep Frying Oil=
Recycle your Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges as well as your
unwanted Cell Phones at the Beloit Town Hall located 2871 S. Afton
Road during regular business hours. Collection boxes are in place in
the Town Hall lobby to ensure those items won't end-up in the
For additional information, call (608) 364-2980 extension 6 or
YARD WASTE COMPOST CENTER
Due to the closure of Bedrock Grinding, residents of the Town of Beloit only have one option for yard waste disposal and that is Leaflan Compost Center.
Leaflan Compost Center is located at 6711 West St. Lawrence Avenue, Beloit, WI 53511.
Their hours vary by season and there is a small annual fee per household which is charged by Leaflan. Leaflan currently offers no municipal rates or contracts and this service is not subsidized or paid for in any way by the Town.
For more information regarding hours of operation, fees, and any other questions, please call Leaflan Compost Center directly at (608)-364-1909 or check their website at http://www.leaflan.com/
Colleges in the area: Beloit College, visit http://www.beloit.edu/
; Blackhawk Technical College, visit http://www.blackhawk.edu/
; University of Wisconsin Rock County, visit
Government websites: Rock County, http://www.co.rock.wi.us/
; State of Wisconsin,
Newspapers in the area: Beloit Daily News, visit
www.beloitdailynews.com ; Janesville Gazette, visit
www.janesvillegazette.com ; Stateline News, visit http://www.communityshopper.com/
School Districts in the Town of Beloit: for Beloit Turner School,
; for the City of Beloit School District, visit http://www.sdb.k12.wi.us/
Environmental Education in Beloit: For Welty
Environmental Center information, visit http://www.weltycenter.org//
Water provided by Beloit Utilities in the Town of Beloit. You
will receive a water bill from Beloit Utilities monthly. To make a
change to your account for disconnect or to change an address call
364-6664. For more information, visit http://www.ci.beloit.wi.us/then
select "City Departments", "Department of Public Works" and "Water