The Town of Harrison is an unincorporated, rural town located in
northwest Waupaca County. The town occupies an area of about
37 square miles with a stable population of approximately 500,
and is bordered by Shawano County and Portage County to its
north and west, respectively. The town's landscape is dominated
by forests and woodlands, high quality rivers, lakes and wetlands,
all contributing to the town's attractive recreational and scenic
beauty. Hunting, fishing, trail riding, wildlife viewing and other
recreational pursuits are abundant. Agriculture also plays a
significant role in the local landscape. The town's farmland includes
a mix of dairy farms, cropland, and smaller hobby farms.
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Town Board meetings are held the second Monday of each month
at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of Northland Lutheran Church, N9880
State Road 49, Iola, WI 54945-9288. The public is welcome to
Summer Road Work in Harrison
Cold Mix Wedging: Wolf River Road (east of Barikmo Road), Wolf
River Road (south of Norrin Road), Brandt Road (south of Anderson
Road), Fisher Road (east of Helgeson Road), Kluck Road (west of
Helgeson Road), Burke Road (west of County P), North River Road,
Seal Coating: Wolf River Road (CTH P to Johnson Road),
Engebretsen road and South River Road, Norske Road.
Crack Fill/ Spot seal: River Hill Roads, Wolf River Road (Wrolstad
to Fisher), Helgeson Road (Johnson to Fisher) Aasen Road.
Most of the work will be done in June.
September 10, 2018, Public Hearing, Driveway Zoning
Ordinance, 6:00 p.m., Northland Church
September 10, 2018, Monthly Town Board Meeting, 6:30 p.m.,
Clearing Fallen Trees from Roads
We are repeatedly reminded how many great people we have
in the Town of Harrison. Countless examples of neighbor helping
neighbor and pitching in for the greater cause. This positive sense
of community is one of the reasons Harrison is a great place to live.
One example where we see this is the clearance of fallen trees from
our roadways. While the local electric company clears trees fallen
on power lines and town officials often clear downed trees not on
power lines, we know many folks take it upon themselves to clear
the road. They have the ability, equipment, and good sense of
community to want to help out. Many times we have no idea who
has done the work. However, we urge caution when power lines
are involved -- please leave those for the professionals at the power
company. Also you are reminded that the town does not assume
responsibility when you act on your own.
August 14, 2018 Primary Election Results
April 3, 2018 Election Results
February 20, 2018 Election Results
April 4, 2017 Election Results
February 21, 2017 Election Results
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initial publication on September 14, 2015. It is
still very much under construction with more web
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