Public Hearing to be held by the Wisconsin Public Service Commission for Onion River Solar Energy Project
The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin will hold a public hearing for the application submitted by Onion River Solar, LLC to construct a solar electric generation facility in the Town of Holland. You may review the notice, which includes instructions for participation in the hearing, by clicking here. The Town of Holland Board has submitted a comment in the form of the letter. You may review the letter by clicking here.
Attention Electors: Absentee Voting in the 2021 Spring Election
The Spring Election will be held at the Holland Town Hall on April 6th, 2021. Please click here to learn about how you can vote absentee in this election.
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.
2021 Dog Licenses
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, 2021 through December 31st, 2021. Dog owners must obtain a license prior to April 1st, 2021. 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:
1. Owner’s name, address, and telephone number
2. Dog’s name, color, breed, and sex
3. Proof of current rabies vaccination
4. A self‐addressed and stamped envelope
Rates for 2021 dog licenses are as follows:
Unneutered males or unspayed females ‐ $12.00
Neutered males or spayed females ‐ $5.00
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:
and by appointment
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.