Established in 1847, the Town of Verona is a local unit of government within the County of Dane in the southern part of the state of Wisconsin. The Town is on the southwestern edge of Madison — Wisconsin's State Capital. The town of Verona has an estimated 2019 population of 1,998 and is part of the Verona Area School District.

Statewide Election to Proceed on April 7th as Planned

The State Supreme court has overruled Governor Evers’ Executive Order postponing the election. As such, Town Hall will be open tomorrow from 7am to 8pm for in-person voting and same-day registration.  

Wisconsin allows election day registration, so if you need to update your address, name, or are new to the Town of Verona you may register and vote tomorrow.  Please bring proof of residency such as a utility bill or checking account statement that includes your name, address, and account number (please note you need to have resided locally for a minimum of 10 days prior to the election).  In order to receive a ballot, you will need to provide photo identification such as a Wisconsin Driver License or United States Passport.

Due to COVID-19, we ask that you not enter Town Hall if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: difficulty breathing, nasal congestion, cough, sore throat, or fever (chills, body aches, or temperature over 100.4 degrees F).  If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you may elect to vote curbside.  To exercise this option, call (608) 845-7187. 

When you arrive at the Town Hall (7669 County Highway PD), please use your elbow to activate the automatic door opener to enter the building.  Blue tape lines will indicate where to stand in order to follow social distancing protocols.  If you arrive with another voter in your family, please separate while waiting in line but keep your children by your side.  Please have your photo identification available to share with the poll book workers and state your name and address to allow both workers to turn to the same page in their respective poll books.  When requested, please place your ID on the platform in front of you so that it can be spun to each poll book worker.  The person working the ballot table will then issue your ballot.  Hand sanitizer will be available for your use once your retrieve your ID and ballot.  When waiting to place your voted ballot in the tabulator, please maintain adequate distancing between yourself and other voters.  Please refrain from engaging in social conversation and depart in a timely manner.  A portable wash station will be available if needed, as the public restrooms and water fountains will be closed.  Thank you for keeping our poll workers, staff and other town residents safe.