New Zoning Administrator
was appointed as the Town of Glenmore Zoning Administrator at the June Town Board Meeting. We are excited to be working with Ben and all of the future Town needs! You may contact Ben at email@example.com 864-2330
Board of Canvassers--Summary Statement
2017 April 4
231 Ballots were Cast
1 Outstanding Absentee Ballots
0 Provisional Ballots
Board of Canvassers: Vickie Kane, Ann Schaefer, Karen Kane
Click Here to See Full Election Results
Property Tax Collection Sites--For a full list of locations, please click on the link. Please note that many locations will only accept payments if you are a customer and will not be issuing on the spot refunds.
Welcome to the website for the Town of Glenmore of Brown County in Northeastern Wisconsin, a primarily agricultural community located approximately 10 miles southeast of Green Bay. As a visitor to our site, you will be able to access information about our town and the services we provide to our residents, as well as contact information for members of our elected Town Board and other appointed government officials and associates. In addition, meeting minutes and notices are archived and posted for use by interested parties, and information about town planning, zoning, and our municipal code is also available.
Take some time to browse the site, using the navigation bar on the left. If you have specific, unanswered questions about town planning, services, or government, use the contact information provided to get in touch with the appropriate source of information.
Above all, whether you are a long-time resident of the Town of Glenmore, or simply a potential visitor of our beautiful community, thanks for visiting our site.
Emerald Ash Borer has been located in the Town of Glenmore. Please click on the link below that will direct you to the Brown County website. Here you will find information on how to identify, prevent and treat the Emerald Ash Borer. There is also a link on Brown County's website for alternate trees that you can plant in place of an Emerald Ash.
Photo Credits: field and barn photo