Please remember that should you need emergency service at any time over the Holiday weekend, call 911.
If it is not an immediate danger, call the Dane County Communications Center non-emergency number at 255-2345 to report any incidents as they are happening.
We hope you and your loved ones can find some time away from work to enjoy the Holiday weekend together.
Amanda, John, Tammy and Mark
Town residents will be serviced one day later than your normal service day. Monday routes in the Town of Verona will be done on Tuesday.
Since collection routes may be serviced differently, your pick-up time may be altered. As always, please make sure to have your carts out by 6:00am.
Also, like Pellitteri’s new Facebook page to keep up to date on Pellitteri happenings!
Curious about your recycling? Check out their expanded recycling list and the recycling video to see what is recyclable and how it gets sorted.
If your lot was recently flooded, your private well may be in danger of contamination from pollutants carried in floodwaters. Public Health of Madison and Dane County and the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene are providing free water test kits to private well owners impacted by the flooding.
If you think our well may be contaminated, feel free to pick up a test kit at the Town Hall. We have fifty and they will be given out on a first come first serve basis. Please read the attached instructions before picking up a kit because timing is critical:
More information is below. If you have questions, please call Public Health at 243-0357.
and runs through 08/30/18. Traffic delays are anticipated throughout the project during the
AM and PM peak travel times.
Closures – Fitchrona Road, Highway G, and Highway 69 are all still closed. Highway G and Highway 69 have damage that could leave them closed for a while.
Sandbags – Dane County provided the Town with sandbags today. We have placed a dozen filled ones and several empty ones by the salt shed at Town Hall (7669 County Highway PD). It’s first come, first served if you’d like these. If you’re in a situation in which you need more, please call the Dane County Public Safety non-emergency number at 267-3913. They have our Road Patrolman’s number and can mobilize him and emergency services if needed.
Trash – As you can imagine, our trash contractor, Pellitteri Waste Systems, is working very hard with several communities to provide trash hauling after the floods. Please be patience if your trash pick-up is delayed on Monday. If your trash does not get picked up for some reason, please call Pellitteri directly at 257-4285. Also if you need special pick up of flood damaged items, please coordinate pick up with them.
Assistance – Dane County is advising residents who need assistance to call 2-1-1, and they can connect you with resources. They are also using that number to track flood damage totals.
Roads in the Town that are still closed are:
Please note that this is an ever changing situation.
In addition, last we heard, the following roads in other jurisdictions were closed:
If you have items that need Town attention (for example, washouts in the Town right-of-way) please contact Tammy Dresser at 807-4467. She will log the issues and we will prioritize them after our crews complete emergency repairs.
Dane County is recommending that homeowners with damage call 2-1-1 for assistance.
Please note that many Town roads are closed due to flooding and dangerous situations could exist. Please remain home until the damage can be assessed in the daylight tomorrow.
The Town of Verona reports total votes for Ward 1: 186.
There were no (0) Provisional Ballots at the close of the polls on August 14, 2018 for Ward 1.
The Town of Verona reports total votes for Wards 2-4: 328.
There was one (1) Provisional Ballot at the close of the polls on August 14, 2018 for Ward 3.
for the installation of underground utilities.
The contractor anticipates to re-open Mica Road on Saturday, Aug 11, 2018.
Please contact Trenton Diehl at Strand Associates, Inc. – (Cell) 608-209-2837 or
email@example.com if you have any questions.