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Find your polling location HERE.

Sample ballots may be found here: https://town.middleton.wi.us/elections


Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may submit a request to vote an absentee ballot.  A qualified elector is any U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, who has resided in the ward or municipality where he or she wishes to vote for at least *28 consecutive days before the election.  The elector must also be registered in order to receive an absentee ballot.  Proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued.

You may request an absentee ballot in writing or online at MyVote.wi.gov. The deadline for making an application to receive an absentee ballot by mail is 5 PM on Thursday, August 8, 2024.  Note: Special absentee voting application provisions apply to electors who are indefinitely confined to home or a care facility, in the military, hospitalized, or serving as a sequestered juror.  If this applies to you, contact the Town Clerk at (608) 833-5887 or email at broesslein@town.middleton.wi.us) regarding deadlines for requesting and submitting an absentee ballot.

Voting an absentee ballot in person

You may vote an absentee ballot at the Town Hall (7555 W. Old Sauk Rd) beginning on Tuesday, July 30, 2024 during regular business hours as follows:

8 AM - 4 PM: Monday - Thursday

8 AM - 12 PM: Friday, August 2, 2024

8 AM - 5 PM: Friday, August 9, 2024

The last day to vote an in-person absentee ballot is August 9, 2024.  No in-person absentee voting may occur on the day before the election. 

Additional information on voter registration and voting may be found on the Town website (town.middleton.wi.us/elections) or the Wisconsin Elections Commission website (elections.wi.gov).

* Last day for electors to begin to acquire residence for the Partisan Primary is July 16, 2024. Electors moving after this date may vote from their prior address.


Morey Airport Updates

Town of Middleton Letter to City of Middleton Council regarding Zoning Code Public Hearing 2/20/2024 (letter dated 2/13/2024)

Town of Middleton Letter to FAA, WisDOT, WI Bureau of Aeronautics and City of Middleton regarding Compatible Land Use and Airport Layout Plan (ALP) 1/18/2024 


Towns of Middleton and Springfield Letter to City of Middleton regarding proposed Comprehensive Revision of City of Middleton Zoning Ordinance 12/11/2023


 Towns of Middleton and Springfield Letter to City of Middleton regarding zoning hearing 11/14/2023


US EPA Final Endangerment Finding for Leaded Avgas


City of Middleton proposed new zoning ordinance with respect to the proposed new Airport Zoning District (proposed section 10.02.53) and proposed new text of the Airport Height Limit Overlay Zoning District (proposed section 10.02.83) may be view HERE


The FAA wants to hear from you regarding aircraft overflight noise by 9/29/23

The Town of Middleton electronically submitted its comments to the FAA on 9/6/23.  The Town's comments on Docket Number FAA-2023-0855 (this docket number must be referenced on all comments) are available below: 

Town of Middleton Comments on FAA-2023-0855



 Morey Airport 3-Mile Radius

City of Middleton Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Town 3-Mile Radius

  Reporting Health Concerns or Problems Caused by

Environmental Lead Exposure 

To report or discuss concerns regarding adverse health effects from exposure to airborne, leaded aviation gas emissions from Morey Airport aircraft overflights, please contact: 


Public Health Madison & Dane County, Environmental Health Phone Number: 608/242-6515 


There is no safe level of lead in humans, particularly children with developing brains.  https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/lead/health-effects.htm   

Morey Airport produces 32% of airborne lead emissions in Dane County.  Dane County has the second highest airborne lead emissions of all 72 counties in Wisconsin (WI DNR). 

Primary prevention is key.  Breathable airborne lead is one of the most dangerous ways to be exposed to lead.  "...[The body absorbs higher levels of lead when it is breathed-in.  Within our bodies, lead is absorbed and stored in our bones, blood, and tissues. It does not stay there permanently, rather it is stored there as a source of continual internal exposure."  https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/lead/health.html 


Miranda Study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3230438/ 

Zahran Study and Related Information: https://news.sccgov.org/newsroom/reid-hillview-airport-airborne-lead-study; https://news.sccgov.org/sites/g/files/exjcpb956/files/documents/RHV-Airborne-Lead-Study-Report.pdf 

City of Middleton Morey Airport Master Plan documents can be found here

Environmental Setting
Appendix H
Runway 10/28 alternatives  
Runway 01/19 alternatives
Hangar development alternatives

 How to Report Morey Airport Airplane Noise, Low Altitude and Overflight Concerns

You can report concerns about the City of Middleton, Morey Airport Airplane or Helicopter Noise, Low Altitude, Overflights or other Safety Concerns by calling (608) 836-6473 or by reporting your concerns online here.


Middleton Town Hall

Resident Info

Important Reminders from Pellitteri
         Tipped Over Carts: We are experiencing a high volume of carts being tipped over prior to our trucks arriving. Drivers are not able to collect carts that are knocked over and cannot get out at every stop to upright them. If you can, please set the carts upright prior to our arrival so they can be serviced.
         Cart Placement: To help with plowing efforts and help prevent tipped over carts, please place your carts on the terrace or in your driveway, not in the road, and not on top of snowbanks. You may need to shovel out an area for your carts. Please keep carts 4 feet away from each other and any other obstructions to prevent them from being tipped over during service, or not serviced at all.
         Timing: Collection times may be different, either earlier or later than usual. Please make sure your carts are out by your community’s designated time (7 a.m. for Town of Middleton residents).
         Notifications: Download the Pellitteri Waste Systems mobile app at www.pellitteri.com/recycleright for updates on weather delays or cancellations or sign up for email alerts at www.pellitteri.com. Future weather updates can also be found at www.pellitteri.com/weather.


The Town Crew makes a single "clean sweep" pass of the entire Town of Middleton community.  Once a neighborhood has been collected, the crew will not return to that area until the next scheduled collection.

Collections will be conducted in the most expedient method possible, but inclement weather and mechanical problems may create delays. Depending on weather and workload, it may take up to a week to complete the Town chipping rotation.

Safety of the crew is always a top concern.  Click HERE for more information regarding brush chipping. 

2024 Meeting Calendar

2024 Chipping Schedule
Composting Shed behind the Town Hall is open for the season.
Leaf Clean-up Information

Private Well Questions and Testing Information

2024 Garbage and Recycling Calendars

Noxious Weed Notice

Firework Regulations in the Town of Middleton 

Reserve a Park Shelter

Helpful Links
Last updated 1/25/2023