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Town of Lomira, Dodge County, Wisconsin

The Town of Lomira is located in the far northeast corner of Dodge County bordered on the north and east by Fond du Lac County. The villages of Lomira and Brownsville are within its borders.  According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 34.4 square miles (89.0 km2), all of it land and a population of 1,099 (2020 Census).  The Town maintains 36.1 mi. of rural highways.

The Town Hall/Garage is located near the unincorporated village of Knowles on County Road AY. Town board meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month.

Official public notices are posted at the Lomira Town Hall and on our website under News & Notices. Meeting agendas and notices are also posted at the Lomira Town Hall and on this website under Agendas & Minutes.

Town Talk

Town Talk
Town of Lomira Observes its 175th Anniversary in 2024

A little history about the Town . . . .

Settlers began arriving in the area beginning in 1843. The Town of Lomira was created by a group of these early settlers who met on April 10, 1849 at the home of Henry M. Luce. Elections were held soon after.  The duties of the town at that time were to create school districts, lay out roads, provide protection against crime and record mortgages.  All town board meetings and elections were held in the homes of residents from 1849-1904.  In 1905, the Brownsville Fire House became the official Town Hall and remained so until 1952 when the present Town Garage was built at Knowles. In 1997, a large meeting room addition was built on the north side of the Garage.  

In 1849, the Town of Lomira was the governing municipality for the entire township including the villages of Lomira and Brownsville.  The Village of Lomira was incorporated in 1899 and Brownsville was incorporated as a village in 1952.  The railroad played an important role in the development of the communities in Lomira Township since one rail line ran through Lomira and another ran through Brownsville and Knowles. 

Additional information can obtained from the Lomira Historical Society which offers information about Lomira area history. The Silver Leaf School House (displays and artifacts) at Sterr Park in the Village of Lomira is open selected days during the summer. The History Room (family histories, church, & cemetery records) at the Lomira Quad-Graphics Community Library is available during regular library hours. 

Town Notices

Public Notices
Voting by Absentee Ballot – 7/9/2024
  • ABSENTEE VOTING

Voting by absentee ballot instructions and deadlines for the August 13, 2024 election can be viewed by clicking on the link above.

Public Notices
Notice to Control Noxious Weeds

Notice is hereby given to each and every person who owns, occupies, or controls land in the Town of Lomira, County of Dodge, State of Wisconsin to destroy all noxious weeds on such property before the weed plants bloom, bear seed or spread to adjoining property. Noxious weeds include the following: Canada thistle, leafy spurge and field bindweed (creeping Jenny) and any other weeds that have been declared noxious by the town board or county board by resolution or ordinance.

View entire notice by clicking on the title.

Public Notices
Notice of Ordinance Adoption

Please take notice that the Town of Lomira enacted Ordinance No. 2024-01 Amendment to Chapter 14 Building and Mechanical Code at their regular monthly meeting on April 17, 2024.  The ordinance adds SPS 314 Fire Prevention to the Wisconsin Administrative Code sections adopted by the Town of Lomira and is effective upon posting. The full text of Ordinance No. 2024-01 is available at the Town Hall, N10479 County Rd AY, Knowles, WI and on the town's website: www.townoflomira.gov.  

 

Public Notices
Resolution #24-02 Fee Schedule – 3/21/2024
  • RESOLUTION #24-02

Town Calendar

Jul
17
Town Board Meeting
July 17 - Wednesday
07:00 PM
Jul
20
Refuse/Recycling Drop-off
July 20 - Saturday
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Jul
27
Refuse/Recycling Drop-off
July 27 - Saturday
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Aug
03
Refuse/Recycling Drop-off
August 3 - Saturday
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Aug
10
Refuse/Recycling Drop-off
August 10 - Saturday
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Aug
13
Partisan Primary Election
August 13 - Tuesday
07:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Aug
17
Refuse/Recycling Drop-off
August 17 - Saturday
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Aug
21
Town Board Meeting
August 21 - Wednesday
07:00 PM
Aug
24
Refuse/Recycling Drop-off
August 24 - Saturday
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Aug
31
Refuse/Recycling Drop-off
August 31 - Saturday
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM
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