2016 Caucus Notice





NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the electors of the Village of Montfort, in the Counties of Grant and Iowa, State of Wisconsin, that a Village Caucus for said Village will be held at the Montfort Community Building Auditorium on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. to nominate candidates for Village Trustees to be voted for at the Village Election to be held on the first Tuesday in April of 2015.

Dated this day Tuesday December 29, 2015.


Shelly Kazda

Village Clerk-Treasurer


Village Office Hours

Village office Hours:  Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Phone 943-6917

Email: [email protected]

Clerk-Treasurer –  Shelly Kazda
Maintenance Men – Todd Griffiths & Robert Aide
Village Board Members:  President:  James Schmitz
Trustees: Chris Aultman, Linda Collins, Kent Drury, Casey O’Brien, Don Pluemer & Pat Raimer
Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month @ 7:00 pm at the Community Building.

**Attached is the 2014 CCR Certification and Report for the Village. Please contact the Village Office with any question contained in this report. **

Montfort Pool

Opening:    TBD        Pool Phone:   943-8228

Single Season Pass: $70.00
Family Season Pass: $110.00 (immediate family only)
Day Pass: $5.00 1pm-6pm
$3.00 6:30pm-8:30pm
Swimming Lessons: $20.00 per person with pass
$35.00 per person without pass
Private Pool Party (1 ½ hours): $75.00
Private Swim Lessons: contact the pool for information.

Forms will be available at the Pool after opening (608) 943-8228, Village Office 943-6917 or by emailing Shelly Kazda, Village Clerk at [email protected]

You can also look up Montfort Pool on Facebook for information.

Village Burn Pit

Your cooperation is required in keeping the Village Burn Pit open.  Because of the continued illegal dumping of garbage, the Village is in jeopardy of losing our burn permit.  Please contact any village board member to report any illegal dumping.  Violators will be fined.

Brush will continue to be collected at the curbside on Monday mornings by the Village Maintenance workers.  Brush should be in lengths of no longer than 3 feet and bundled small enough to easily be handled by one individual.   Residents who take down a tree or have a tree that falls should locate a contractor or friendly neighbor to remove it.   Leaves and weeds should be placed in bags or containers for easy handling and pick up.  These will dumped at the designated compost area at the burn pit. 

Weed Ordinance

Be certain you are mowing your lawn and trimming any noxious weeds.  You will be warned once if you do not mow once grass height is 8” or if any noxious weeds not being taken care of.  If your lawn is not mowed within 5 days the Village will mow the lawn and bill you.  You may also face an Ordinance Violation fine.