The Summer Meter Program has changed. See Residential Services - Water Sewer Information for details.
Coon Valley Wisconsin
is located in the heart of the Driftless area, an area never touched by glaciers. This unique characteristic has produced a beautiful area of rolling hills and spring fed trout streams. Coon Creek which is known for its excellent fishing borders Coon Valley Park and provides a wonderful place to picnic, hike and enjoy time with friends and family. Coon Valley offers unique shops and wonderful restaurants and numerous places to explore and enjoy!!
Contained on these pages are important phone numbers and general information about services and opportunities in Coon Valley and the surrounding area. We hope that you find the information useful.
Our Mailing address and contact information:
205 Anderson Street
P.O. Box 129
Coon Valley, WI 54623
Office Phone: 608-452-3168
Coon Valley Residents:
Please remember when mowing your lawns that your
grass clippings need to stay out of the streets.
This is very important to keep our storm sewers free of debris.
You can be cited for violations.
Thank you very much for your cooperation.
WISCONSIN VOTER IDENTIFICATION LAW
On September 12, 2014 a federal appeals court in Chicago reinstated the Wisconsin voter identification law. This means in most instances, everyone who would like to vote will be required to show a photo ID at the polling place on November 4th.
Acceptable IDs include driver’s licenses, state ID cards, passports, limited types of student IDs, military IDs, naturalization certificates or IDs issued by a tribe based in Wisconsin. Student college IDs will be accepted only if they come from Wisconsin-based colleges and universities, have signatures on them and expire within two years of being issued. Those using student IDs also have to provide proof they are enrolled at the school.
If you need to obtain a photo ID, contact the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Voters who go to the polls without the proper form of ID can cast provisional ballots. If the voters show a poll worker or clerk a copy of their ID by 4 p.m. on the Friday following the election, their provisional ballots will be counted.
Register early: To save time on election day, residents can register to vote in advance at the Village Office or online at www.myvote.wi.gov. When registering online, residents must still provide proof of residence. Send proof of residence to the Village Office (PO Box 129 Coon Valley), by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax to 608-452-3242. Voter information is also available on the Government Accountability Board website.