Monday, April 12, 2021

Community Listening Session

Thursday, April 22, 2021 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM ZOOM Webinar

Please join Village President Chris Zellner for a Community Listening Session via zoom on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 6:00 PM. The purpose of the listening session is to give Village residents the opportunity to meet informally with Village President Chris Zellner and members of the Village’s management team to discuss issues and ask questions. Topics of discussion can cover a variety of issues including Waunakee’s growth, improvements and current projects, conditions of the neighborhood, traffic, public safety issues, or any other Village-related issues.
We are eager to hear from you and your neighbors in this virtual setting. There are 2 ways to participate:
• PREFERRED METHOD: Participate on-line in Zoom webinar by using this link to join: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89891529119. A computer (with audio/microphone), tablet, or smart phone will allow participation.
• Call (312) 626-6799, and enter Webinar ID: 898 9152 9119. Those requiring toll-free options are asked to contact Village Hall for details prior to the meeting at administrator@waunakee.com or (608) 850-2182.
Questions will be accepted live during the webinar, or may be submitted in advance by emailing administrator@waunakee.com. Anyone with questions about how to participate in this session should call (608) 850-2182.

Thursday, April 8, 2021

New Joint Plan Commission Agenda Available

To view the agenda for the April 13, 2021 Joint Plan Commission meeting, please click the link below:

JPC Agenda

New Plan Commission Agenda Available

To view the agenda for the April 12, 2021 Plan Commission meeting, please click the link below:

Opportunity to Serve

The Village of Waunakee is currently accepting applications for committee positions. Please view our website using the link below to complete a Committee Application Form. The deadline for completed applications will be April 23.

Committee Application Form


Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Workshop on Wellness - Immunity 101

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Virtual via ZOOM
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Workshops on Wellness presentations take place the second Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm and cover a wide range of health and wellness topics. The WOW program is sponsored by the Waunakee Village Center and Waunakee Lions Club and is free to attend. Due to Dane County Public Health Guidelines, we will be transitioning presentations to a virtual format. If you are interested in being notified of the monthly topics and would like to receive a link to the presentations, please email Travis at tsteuber@waunakee.com or call 608-850-5992 to be added to an email list.

Click the link below for more details:

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Returning Your Absentee Ballot.

Have an absentee ballot you need to return for today’s election? You have two options to return your absentee ballot: 1) the mailbox outside of the Village Center (see picture) or 2) in the silver drop box outside of Village Hall. Ballots need to be received by 8 pm today to be counted in this election. Both boxes will be checked regularly. All absentee return envelops must contain the signature and address of a witness under section 4 "Certification of Witness". Ballots not containing a witness signature will not be counted for the election. If a ballot is returned without a witness signature, the Clerk’s office will make an attempt to contact the voter to correct the error.

Today is Election Day!

Polls are now open until 8 pm at the Village Center (333 S. Madison Street). Voters choosing to vote in-person, please read the following information:

  • Please consider wearing a mask to the polls.
  • If you are experiencing any symptoms related to COVID-19, please choose to curbside vote. See the notice on the doors of the Village Center for more information.
  • Upon entering and leaving the poll place, you will be asked to either sanitize or wash your hands (we will be providing hand sanitizer).
  • Remember to practice social distancing while in the polling place. We will have tape on the floor to assist with maintaining 6 feet in lines.
  • We ask that you promptly leave the polling place when you are finished voting.
  • We ask that you refrain from bringing your children with you to the polling place.
  • Consider voting during off-peak times. Typical peak times for voting are when the polls open at 7 am and in the evening from 4 pm to 8 pm.