WELCOME TO THE VILLAGE OF RANDOLPH WEBSITE!

We hope that any questions you have regarding our community will be answered by the information you find inside. Thank you for your interest in Randolph and for visiting us at our Website. And please...visit often!

Thank you,


Ken Ireland,

Village President

 

ATTENTION RANDOLPH: Tuesday, April 7th's Election is on! 

 

We will be offering a DRIVE UP option to voters. Voters would remain in their vehicles and be waited on 1 at a time at the Village Hall. We will have signs, cones, etc. to help with flow and communication. Traditional voting is still available within the Village Hall.

  You can request an absentee ballot through myvote.wi.gov until 5pm today. You can also come to the Village Hall and absentee vote in person until 5pm today. Please just give us a call (326-4600).

 

COVID-19 ANNOUCEMENT - VILLAGE OFFICE CLOSED

Per the new "Safer-at-Home" Order by Governor Evers, we are limiting in-person accessibility to the Village Office.  

We ask that if you have something to drop off at the Village Office (water payment, etc.) you please use our drop box out front on the brick wall.

Any other questions, please call.  

THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING.

STAY SAFE! 

 

BUSINESS PARK LOTS AVAILABLE 

Randolph Business Park has multiple lots available to fit your needs.  If necessary, we will adjust or combine lot sizes to accommodate your building requirements.

For more information, please contact Randolph Village Office at 920-326-4600 or Economic Development Committee Member, Nick Weinberger at 920-382-3469.

 

 

 

PUBLIC NOTICE OF ELECTION PUBLIC TEST 

Public notice is hereby given that the Village of Randolph will conduct a Public Test of the voting equipment on Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 9:00am at the Randolph Municipal Building, 248 W Stroud Street. This voting equipment will be used in the Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary on April 7, 2020. 

 

ASSIST EMERGENCY PERSONNEL 

Your help is requested when calling 911 for emergency assistance.  For quicker response, have someone outside to direct the emergency personnel when at all possible.  After dark, have the area well-lit.  It's also important that the house number is visible from the street.

 

2020 GARBAGE / RECYCLING  SCHEDULE 

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Contractors working on behalf of Spectrum will be driving through neighborhoods in the next weeks, measuring distances between utility poles and underground pedestal facilities to determine location routes for Spectrum to build facilities in the Village of Randolph. Workers will have reflective vests and may be looking through measuring scope devices and using measuring walk wheels in order to obtain footages and distances between poles and other structures.