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For information regarding Washington County's May 7th Clean Sweep, click on the link to Washington County.  The Clean Sweep information is on the right side of the page.

 

For Allenton Youth Organization Softball information, 'friend' AYO Kids on Facebook.

The Town of Addison encourages all of our residents to PLEASE continue to recycle with Advanced Disposal.  There have been no changes to the Town of Addison Recycling program.  The Town needs to keep participation and collected recyclable weights up to continue to be eligible for the DNR Recycling Grant. 

Town of Addison residents should never pay for recycling pick-up no matter which company you use for garbage pick-up.  Recycling pick-up is a service provided for residents by the Town of Addison.  The DNR Recycling Grant helps to pay for that service.

Thank you for your past and future participation in the Town of Addison Recycling Program.

Messages for community events, community informational announcements and messages can be posted on the Community LCD sign located in Allenton, just west of the Hwy. 33/41 bridge.  Call or drop off your message at the Town Hall.  Messages to be posted need to be submitted well in advance of your event.  Since the sign is not updated weekly, messages received less than two weeks before the event are not guaranteed to be posted.

The Addison Town Hall and buildings in Veterans Memorial Park are available for rent for private events.  First come, first serve. Payment in full, including the deposit will reserve your date. Please call the Town office for available dates.

Dog Licenses are due by April 1st each year.  After April 1st a $5.00 per dog late fee applies.  The application for a dog license can be found in the Forms, Licenses, Permits tab. 

And, remember, not everyone loves your dog as much as you do.  Be a responsible dog owner and keep your dog on your property.  When you are out and about with your dog, keep your dog under your control at all times. Clean-up after your dog, no matter where you are. Leaving your dog's droppings behind is not going to make anyone grow any fonder of you, or your dog!!! Be the person you would want for a neighbor!
Dogs that terrorize, attack, and bite are not good dogs.  
You are responsible for your dog 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!  
No exceptions! No excuses!

Click here for a bulletin issued by Washington County in July, 2012.

    
    * Sex offenders live in our area.

These notices are intended to help keep you safe.

An informed public is a safer public.

Cigarette butts are litter too!

Happy Summer!

 


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