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On September 25th 2018, the Village of Harrison Board approved an update to the Dog License Fee Schedule.

Pursuant to Section 174.052, Wisconsin Statutes

All dogs 5 months and older must be licensed annually in your municipality by March 31 of each year.
Licenses will be available beginning December 10 2018.
Spayed Female/Neutered Male  $10.00
Unaltered Female/Male  $15.00
To obtain a license:
Your dog must be rabies vaccinated to be licensed.
Provide a copy of the Rabies Vaccination Certificate from your veterinarian.
When requesting your dog's license by mail please include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
All renewal licenses processed after March 31 are assessed a $5 late fee per license.

If you no longer have a dog that was previously registered in the Village of Harrison, please contact the Harrison Municipal building at 920-989-1062 to have that dog removed from our registry.

Residents may own up to three (3) dogs within a residential zoning district.

Christmas Tree Disposal | 01/02/2019

Residents are able to drop off Christmas trees at the yard waste site anytime during the months of December and January. The site is located behind the Municipal Building.
The Village of Harrison does not do a Christmas Tree pickup.

2018 Tax Bills | 12/17/2018

The Village of Harrison Property Tax Bills are printed and mailed by Calumet County. They should arrive in your mail the week of Dec 17th.


The Village of Harrison has approved the addition of a transportation fee and law enforcement charge to be placed upon tax bills starting in 2018.

Transportation Fee:
The transportation fee was instituted to cover the cost of streets and road maintenance. The Village of Harrison has 100 miles of road that need yearly reconstruction and maintenance. The cost to reconstruct four (4) miles of road is approximately $1.3 million. In the past, the Village has either paid 100% of these costs or, in recent years, assessed for these costs.
Many residents have been upset at having to come up with $8,000 - $10,000 in assessment costs and have asked for another way to cover the costs of these projects. In response, the Village Board approved the addition of a transportation fee.  This fee is placed upon all improved parcels located in the Village of Harrison to cover the cost of reconstruction and/or road maintenance projects to help offset or alleviate any possible street or road assessments. 

Law Enforcement Charge:
The law enforcement charge was approved to cover the cost of law enforcement services. Currently, the Village of Harrison contracts with Calumet County to provide one officer to cover law enforcement services within the village.
Due to the Village of Harrison’s population growth, starting in 2019, the Village of Harrison will be contracting with Calumet County to provide a total of three officers to provide law enforcement coverage within the village.  The cost to provide these three officers is an additional $300,000.00. The law enforcement charge will help offset these increased costs.

If you have any questions concerning the transportation fee or law enforcement charge, please feel free to call 920-989-1062.

ELECTION NEWS | 12/14/2018

Election News:
Village President Jim Salm and Trustee Joe Sprangers have filed their Notification of Noncandidacy papers. They will not be seeking re-election in the April 2, 2019 election.


Harrison Utilities is seeking a full-time Utility Billing Clerk. Qualified candidates should possess strong communication skills, ability to multi-task and a thorough understanding of record keeping, data entry, billing processes and account maintenance. This position is responsible for maintaining the records of the Water and Sewer Utility customers, utility billings, setting up meter inspections, control journals in accordance with generally accepted accounting standards and perform a variety of related clerical tasks. The ideal candidate will have an Associate’s degree or equivalent in accounting, public or business administration or a related field and two years of experience in administrative work or, in lieu of education, three years of experience working in a Utility department.
Starting salary range is $18.00 - $19.00 depending on qualifications. Harrison Utilities offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance and participation in the Wisconsin Retirement System.
Hours are Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 3:30 pm.
Send letter of interest and resume via email or mail by January  7, 2019 to: 
Mail:   Village of Harrison     
            Attn: Village Manager Travis Parish
            W5298 Hwy 114
            Harrison WI 54952

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