PALMYRA, WISCONSIN

Welcome to our Web site.  The first settler, Cyrus Norton, arrived in the Scuppernong Valley in 1839. Three years later, a saw mill was built by the Powers brothers, who named the new settlement "Palmyra" after a city in the Syrian desert because of the abundance of sand they found in this area. In 1843, a general store and tavern opened, and later that year the land was surveyed and platted into lots by John Fish. The first town meeting took place in 1846, and the railroad arrived in the fall of 1852. By 1860 the population approached 1,000 residents. Palmyra was officially charted as a Village on May 5, 1874.
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 Open Book May 1st 4-6 pm, call 1-800-721-4157 for an appt.
Board of Review May 29th 5-7 pm


Today's Weather :

 


BURN BAN IS IN EFFECT FOR WEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL WI. AS OF APRIL 10 THROUGH APRIL 11TH.

 

EFFECTIVE APRIL 10TH YOU MAY TURN YOUR WATER OFF. Click here to read more

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Residents and Businesses are responsible for keeping their property clean and free of garbage and debris per Village Ordinances.  Spring is here, pick up to keep Palmyra Clean.

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Click here for the Village Wide Rummage Flyer and related info.

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PAY UTILITY BILL ONLINE

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CHECK OUT OUR VILLAGE NEWSLETTER.  GO TO THE TAB ON THE LEFT!!

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VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED TO WORK AT THE VILLAGE'S "FREE" YARDWASTE SITE ON THE 1ST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH FROM APRIL-NOVEMBER 8 AM - NOON.
IF WE DO NOT GET ANY VOLUNTEERS THE VILLAGE WILL BE FORCED TO CLOSE THE SITE.  CALL 495-8316 IF INTERESTED IN HELPING.

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DO NOT PLACE ITEMS AT THE YARDWASTE/E-WASTE SITE ANY TIME EXCEPT THE REGULARILY SCHEDULED DATES!!  THIS IS A VIOLATION OF VILLAGE ORDINACE AND YOU WILL BE ISSUED A CITATION!!!

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 If you would be interested in receiving your Water & Sewer bill via email vs. having it mailed to you please email the Village Clerk with your name, address, and phone number so that we can contact you regaring possible new E-Bills!!!
Email:    clerk@villageofpalmyra.com

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IT IS THE PROPERTY OWNERS RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP THEIR PROPERTY CLEAN AND FREE OF JUNK & DEBRIS.  THIS INCLUDES BUSINESS OWNERS.  PLEASE HELP PALMYRA LOOK NICE, PICK UP ANY GARBAGE, CIGARETTE BUTTS, ETC.

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   Click here for a list of projects if your group or organization would like to volunteer to clean up our parks and community. Contact 495-8316 for more informaton.

 More Info. regarding the volunteer projects above

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     Following is the schedule to view Village Board meetings on Charter Cable channel
98 or Charter digital channel 980
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Mon., Wed., Fri.  @ 4 p.m.
Tues., Thurs., Sat. @ 7 a.m.
 (There are also copies available on dvd for check out at the Powers Memorial Library)

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Attention Village Residents:  Please remember to attend the Village Board meetings (1st & 3rd Monday of the month @ 7 pm), Committee meetings (scheduled as needed). You need to all be aware of what is happening in your community and these meetings are very important.

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PALMYRA POST OFFICE NOW OFFERING PASSPORTS ON A WALK IN BASIS DURING REGULAR OFFICE HOURS. YOU WILL NEED TO BRING A PHOTO WITH YOU. CALL 495-2784

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                  Food Pantry Donation Bins can be found at Jim & Judy's Foods, Palmyra State Bank and the Village Clerk's office.  Please donate to those who are in need.

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     Purchase Holiday Ornaments from the Historical Preservation Commission at the Village Hall:  The years featured ornament will a historic site within the Village, check with Historic Preservation Commission.  Cost $10, makes a great gift!

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 Watch for upcoming events on our sign located on the corner of Hwy 59 & Anemone Ave.!

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 Note: You will need Adobe's Acrobat Reader to view some of our files.
You can download this free program by clicking here:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/alternate.html

 

 

 

 

Village of Palmyra, Jefferson County, Wisconsin
100 W. Taft Street, Palmyra, WI 53156-0380
Tel. 262-495-8316 | Fax 262-495-8775
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