2021 Property Tax Collection Information
2021-2022 property tax collection will take place at the Holland Town Hall. Property tax bills are mailed by the Sheboygan County Treasurer and will be mailed on or before the third Monday in December. The Township encourages use of the 24/7 drop box in front of the Holland Town Hall, located at W3005 County Rd G, Cedar Grove, WI 53013, to make payments. Payment by mail is also encouraged.
In-person collection at Holland Town Hall located at W3005 County Rd G, Cedar Grove, WI 53013 will take place during the following days and times through January 31st, 2022:
You may pay your property taxes electronically by clicking here. There is a 2.65% card processing service fee to use this service with a minimum fee of $1.00. Tax payment collection at Oostburg State Bank is not available. Please call 920-668-6625 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
PAYMENT PROCESSING DATES – PLEASE NOTE: The receipt date for property tax payments is based on the date RECEIVED or the POSTMARK DATE, whichever is earlier, not the date that the payment is processed by the Treasurer. Therefore, if your payment is RECEIVED or POSTMARKED on or before December 31st, 2021, it will be processed with a 2021 receipt date. If your payment is received AFTER December 31st, 2021, it will be processed with a 2022 receipt date.
RECEIPT INFORMATION: If you would like a receipt to be mailed following the processing of your property tax payment, please include a self-addressed and stamped envelope with your payment. You may also email the Clerk-Treasurer to request a receipt or visit the Town Hall during regular office hours.
2022 Dog Licensing Information
All residents of the Town of Holland owning a dog five (5) months or older must have their dog licensed. The license year is January 1st, 2022 through December 31st, 2022. Dog owners must obtain a license prior to April 1st, 2022. Failure to do so can result in a late fee. You may purchase a license while paying your property taxes at the Holland Town Hall, but please write a separate check. Both checks should be made out to “Town of Holland.” You may also purchase a dog license by mailing required information to the Holland Town Hall at W3005 County Rd G, Cedar Grove, WI 53013. Please provide the following information when requesting to purchase a dog license:
- Owner’s name, address, and telephone number
- Dog’s name, color, breed, and sex
- Proof of current rabies vaccination
- Applicable fee payment
- A self-addressed and stamped envelope
Rates for 2022 dog licenses are as follows:
Unneutered males or unspayed females – $12.00
Neutered males or spayed females – $5.00
Town of Holland’s Adopted Budget for 2022 Available for Review
The Town’s adopted budget for the year 2022 can be reviewed by clicking here.
The Town of Holland is looking for Election Inspectors (Poll Workers), Recycling Center Attendants, and a Zoning Administrator!
The Town of Holland is looking to hire Election Inspectors (also known as Poll Workers) for the 2022-2023 election cycle! Election inspectors, also known as poll workers, conduct assigned duties at a polling site on Election Day. Duties can include checking in voters, issuing ballots to registered voters, processing absentee ballots, registering voters, monitoring the voting equipment, and explaining how to mark a ballot or use voting equipment. Training is required and the pay rate for 2022 is $14 per hour.
To be a poll worker, a person must:
- Be a qualified elector of the county in which the municipality is located (i.e., an adult citizen of the United States who has resided in the election district for 28 consecutive days and is not otherwise disqualified to vote)
- Be able to read and write fluently in the English language
- NOT be a candidate for any office to be voted on at the polling place at that election
If you are interested in becoming a poll worker in the Town of Holland, please visit https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/Become-PollWorker and submit a request that will be sent directly to the Town Clerk. Alternatively, you may notify Janelle Kaiser using the phone number or email address below.
The Town of Holland has an opening for a Recycling Center Attendant. The Recycling Center is open 8 hours every Saturday year-round. We try to have flexible scheduling of two 4 hour shifts to accommodate personal schedules. Responsibilities include supervising disposal of material into the proper location, collecting fees for certain items per published fee schedule, maintaining cleanliness and order and helping unload material. Applicants must be able to lift 40 pounds. The starting rate is $17.35 per hour.
The Town of Holland is looking for a Zoning Administrator. The person in this position will report to the Town Chairman but will also frequently interact with the Plan Commission Chairman, the Town Clerk-Treasurer, and the Building Inspector. The zoning administrator will assist Town of Holland landowners and residents in applying for desired changes, including but not limited to rezonings, land divisions, and conditional use permits. The individual will maintain detailed knowledge of the Town of Holland’s comprehensive plan and ordinances, routinely attend Plan Commission meetings, and assist the Town of Holland Plan Commission and Board members in understanding and analyzing application requests by landowners and residents.
If you are interested in filling the poll worker, recycling center attendant, or zoning administrator position(s) for the Town of Holland and would like to learn more, please notify:
Town of Holland Clerk-Treasurer
W3005 County Hwy G
Cedar Grove, WI 53013
Sheboygan County Public Health Recommends Vaccinations and CDC Guidance on Masks + COVID-19 Facts Provided by Sheboygan County Public Health
The Sheboygan County Division of Public Health (DPH) supports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s recommendations that were issued on July 27, 2021 and adopted by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) on July 28, 2021. The new recommendations are based on the most up-to-date information about the Delta variant of COVID-19. The Delta variant is highly infectious and spreads more quickly than any other strains of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the virus that causes COVID-19. Wisconsin DHS reports that the Delta variant is currently the most common strain of the virus in Wisconsin. Please click here for more information from Sheboygan County Public Health.
The Sheboygan County Division of Public Health has issued a fact sheet about the COVID-19 vaccination. You may read the fact sheet by clicking here.
Sheboygan County Health and Human Services provides weekly updates about COVID-19. You may view the updates or subscribe with your email address to receive the updates here.
Information about Ash Tree Management in the Town of Holland
The invasive and destructive emerald ash borer is killing ash trees throughout Sheboygan County at an alarming rate. All native ash tree species – white, green, and black – are vulnerable and are either infected or will soon become infected. The dead ash trees pose numerous safety hazards: large brittle branches can snap off and cause personal injury, mature trees can blow over resulting in property damage, power outages and blocked roads and the dry wood is a fire hazard, especially if struck by lightning. It is important that the condition of ash trees near roads, public parks and recreation areas, cemeteries, and utility lines in the Town of Holland be monitored and addressed.
Please note that property owners may notify WE Energies about dying trees near power lines, however, tree management on private property in the Town of Holland is the responsibility of private property owners. The Town of Holland will exercise tree management and take down trees that are located in the road right-of-way on Town roads and other areas open to the public throughout the Township as time and weather allows. If you observe any trees in those areas that should be addressed by the Township, please contact Clerk-Treasurer Janelle Kaiser using the contact information at the bottom of this notice.
Thank you for your attention to this matter. For more information regarding the emerald ash borer and mitigation efforts in Sheboygan County, you may visit www.rootswi.org.
Janelle Kaiser, Clerk-Treasurer
Town of Holland – Sheboygan County
W3005 County Hwy G, Cedar Grove, WI 53013
Nate Voskuil, Director of Public Works and Property
Town of Holland – Sheboygan County
W3005 County Hwy G, Cedar Grove, WI 53013
Solar Energy Project Joint Development Agreement
Responsibility for permitting the Onion River Solar Project lies with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin. Because the Town does not have permitting authority, the Town and County have worked on and approved a Joint Development Agreement to ensure that, if the project is approved, we have Onion River’s commitment to meet these requirements that are not mandated by the state, including items such as:
• Commitments to fund decommissioning;
• Considerations for non‐participating neighboring landowners;
• Maintaining and repairing roads, if damaged;
• Setbacks from residences and roads;
• Compensation for school districts and Lakeshore Technical college;
• Processes for communications between Ranger Power and the Town and County, along with construction guidelines/expectations/responsibilities.
The Joint Development Agreement was approved without dissent by both the Town Board and the County Board. If the project is not approved by the state, this agreement will be void. The Press Release has additional information.
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.