Absentee Voting for Partisan Primary Election – August 11th, 2020
You may find information about how to request an absentee ballot for the 2020 Partisan Primary Election to be held on August 11th, 2020 here.
Town of Holland Hall is Open
The Town of Holland Hall is open for regular business. This is subject to change, so please continue to check this website for updates.
The Clerk-Treasurer’s office is open to the public during the following hours:
PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE ON TUESDAYS
and by appointment
Please also note that hall rental reservations will resume on July 1st, 2020. Hall rental reservations made through the end of June 2020 have been cancelled and refunded.
Notice of Adopted Ordinance
An ordinance to create an agricultural tourism zoning district in the Town of Holland can be viewed here. This ordinance was adopted by the Holland Town Board on May 19th, 2020. Please contact Clerk-Treasurer Janelle Kaiser at 920-668-6625 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Attention: Short-Term Rental Property Owners
The annual expiration date for all short-term rental licenses in the Town of Holland is June 30th. The application portal for both new short-term rental license applications and renewal short-term rental license applications is available on our website at www.townofholland.com; you may access the application portal and related help guide by clicking on ‘Resources’, then scrolling to ‘Short-Term Rentals Information’. The short-term rental license application portal and related help guide will be posted to the website in red text under ‘Short-Term Rentals Information.’ Applicants are strongly encouraged to use the help guide when submitting applications using the portal. If you have already submitted your 2020-2021 renewal short-term rental license application to the Town of Holland, you may disregard this information but please note the following information:
A Tourist Rooming House (TRH) License issued by the Sheboygan County Health and Human Services Department on behalf of the State of Wisconsin is a requirement for a property owner to obtain a Town of Holland Short-Term Rental License. The Town of Holland has been informed that TRH Licenses have been extended through December 31st, 2020. The Town of Holland will not require that a 2020-2021 license certificate or inspection certificate be submitted with renewal applications for the 2020-2021 short-term rental license period, however, the renewal short-term rental license application deadline of June 30th, 2020 will remain. Please note that this provision applies to the 2020-2021 short-term rental license period only.
Please contact Town Clerk-Treasurer Janelle Kaiser with questions.
Attention: Local Area Residents
The Town of Holland is looking for civic-minded individuals who are interested in serving as operators at the Town of Holland Recycling Center. The Recycling Center is open 8 hours every Saturday year-round; a typical shift is 4 hours. Responsibilities include supervising disposal of material into the proper location, collecting fees on behalf of the town for certain items per published fee schedule, maintaining cleanliness and order and occasionally helping unload material. Applicants must be able to lift 40 pounds. The starting rate is $16.50 per hour. If you are interested in becoming a Recycling Center Operator for the Town of Holland or would like to learn more about the position, please notify:
Janelle Kaiser, Town of Holland Clerk-Treasurer
W3005 County Hwy G
Cedar Grove, WI 53013
The Town of Holland was settled by Dutch immigrants in the 1840’s. Located along the western shore of Lake Michigan in Sheboygan County, the township remains home to many descendants of the original Dutch pioneers.
Unless otherwise noted, meetings are conducted at the Town of Holland Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. The town hall is located at W3005 County Road G in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin.