The Town of Medina is in northeast Dane County, Wisconsin. The Town was established at a meeting held April 4, 1848 at the residence of Louis Morrill in Bird’s Ruins. After several name changes Bird’s Ruins became the Village of Marshall which is in the central area of the Town of Medina. The 2016 estimated population of the Town was 1386. The Maunesha River meanders through the Town and a significant portion of the Marshall Millpond lies in the Town. Riley-Deppe Park is situated on the Marshall Millpond in the Town of Medina off STH 19.
The April Town Board Meeting Date has been moved from April 4th to April 11th 7:00 PM
TO BE VOTED ON APRIL 2018 Ordinance 08-16-17 (Clerk Appointment)
Notice of Road Weight Limits:
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 348.17 of the Wisconsin Statutes, that Seasonal Weight Limits will be imposed on the Town of Medina roads the week of March 12, 2018 and continue until such time that the town roads are deemed accessible by the Town Patrolman.
Information on the 2018 Revaluation in the Town of Medina can be found by clicking on “Property Tax & Assessment” in the Quick Links
Monthly meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of each month, starting at 7:00 PM in the Medina Town Hall. If you wish to be on the agenda, please contact the Town Chairman or Town Clerk at least 1 week before the meeting.
Town of Medina
634 State Road 19
PO Box 37
Marshall, WI 53559
The Town of Medina does not
have regular office hours.