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REQUEST A BALLOT BY MAIL - ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION EXTENDED

The Wisconsin Elections Commission strongly recommends that anyone planning to vote in the April 7 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary request to have an absentee ballot mailed to them.

  • You must be registered to vote to request an absentee ballot. 
  • A Federal Court Decision Ordered the Continuation of Online Registration Through March 30, 2020 - COVID-19
  • Starting March 31, voters who need to register must do so in person at their municipal clerk's office until the Friday before the election and on Election Day at the polling place.
  • Voters should request an absentee ballot as soon as possible for April 7. The deadline is April 2, but do not wait!
  • Request your absentee ballot online at https://myvote.wi.gov
  • Call city hall if you need assistance at 608-882-2266.

The City Clerk’s Office performs all required statutory duties of the city clerk/treasurer as set forth in Wisconsin Statutes §§ 62.09 (11) & 62.90(9).   The posting, publication and maintaining of minutes, agendas, ordinances and resolutions are some of the duties of the City Clerk’s Office.  Other duties include the administering of elections within the City limits, voter registration and licensing.  There is always something that keeps the office busy but we always do our best to help all residents with their issues. If you require assistance you can call one of our staff members at 608-882-2266.  


Some of the items the City Clerk’s Office does not handle are marriage licenses, deeds, title transfers, old property tax records and land records.  You can find help at the County Clerk's Office, County Treasurer, and Register of Deeds websites.  


The City contracts its property assessment services with Associated Appraisal.  


City of Evansville 2020 Property Revaluation

The City of Evansville contracts its property assessment services with Associated Appraisal.  Staff from Associated Appraisal will be conducting a city-wide property revaluation for the 2020 tax year starting the week of October 7, 2019.  For more information click on the links below:

Press Release

Common Questions

Trespassing Law

Property Owner Rights

 

 

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Avoid Long Lines – visit myvote.wi.gov • Find out if you are properly registered to vote. • Register to vote. • Request an absentee ballot. And remember • Proof of residence is required to register to vote. • Photo ID is required to receive a ballot.

Click here for more election information

Meet Our Staff

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Judy Walton

City Clerk

608-882-2266

judy.walton@ci.evansville.wi.gov