Blooming Grove is located in central Dane County Wisconsin and borders the city of Madison to the West, village of McFarland and town of Dunn to the South, town of Cottage Grove to the East, and the city of Madison and town of Burke to the North.
Blooming Grove has 1816 residents who reside in five different school districts: Madison, Monona Grove, Oregon, McFarland and Sun Prairie. All residents are served by the Town Board, Fire Department, Public Works Department and Office Staff.
ID's NEEDED TO VOTE ON ELECTION DAY AND FOR ABSENTEE BALLOTS
According to the Government Accountability Board (GAB), if you have an absentee ballot request on file in the Clerk's Office for November, we CANNOT mail your absentee ballot until we have a copy of your Voter ID in our hands.
We are still waiting for direction on what is an acceptable method of receiving the Voter ID other than bringing it in person, (email/snail mail and if black and white copies are acceptable). To be continued...also remember you will need your ID to vote on the General Election that takes place on November 4.
Chipping and Yard Waste Collection in the Fall
Chipping will be done weekly during the months of September and October. Yard waste collection begins October 15 and concludes at the end of November or until the first snow falls; whichever is earlier. Click on "Notices" to the left for more details regarding chipping and yard waste.
Town Website Features
Our homepage has information for residents and visitors alike. Under the Cemetery menu, you'll find a listing of each burial that has taken place since the cemetery's existence. This listing is updated once a year, usually in January or February. There is a lot guide and searchable database so you can find anyone buried in the cemetery. Under the Forms and Permits section, we've added forms for obtaining a building permit, as well as the fee schedule. Finally under the zoning section, there are forms and FAQ's for obtaining a rezone, CUP, variance, and CSM. Check out all of our links and forms, and keep an eye out for more in the future.