Here is some information to clarify the dog tax collection in the Town of Chilton. The Town offers free dog tags as a way to make sure every dog in the Town is vaccinated. The Town has to pay the County by April 1st as per State Rule. To receive a free dog tag the following rules have to be followed.
It is the OWNER'S respoinsibility to send in proof of vaccination of each dog to the Town Treasurer, David Gasch, N4962 McHugh Road, Chilton, WI 53014 by March 31st and you will receive a free dog license.
Dave will keep record of your dog's vaccination, good for 3 years, but each year he needs to know if you still have the dog, otherwise the Town will be purchasing tags for nonexistent dogs.
Sending in either a proof of vaccination or a note that you still require a dog tag along with your taxes works great. After April 1st you will pay $8 for a whole dog license or $3 for a neutered or spayed dog license.
A Safe Drug Drop Box for leftover medications is now located in the lobby of the Calumet County Sheriff’s Department. It is available to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more details about the drop off box, visit the UW Extension website at: http://calumet.uwex.edu/community-development/medication-disposal-and-water-quality/
As a reminder, similar drop boxes are already in place at the Appleton and Brillion Police Departments for use by your residents. Download the Calumet County Safe Drug Drop box PDF Flyer