Eau Claire County assigns addresses within the township. Contact Eau Claire Planning and Development at (715) 839-4741 with any address assignment questions.
Fire numbers are assigned and are used for your address.
Make sure your fire number sign can be clearly read from the road to assist emergency vehicles.
The Town purchases your first address sign. As the signs age, some of the signs fade and lose their reflective qualities.
If you would like a replacement fire number sign, please send a check for $25 and your address to:
Town of Pleasant Valley
W165 Woodridge Dr
Eau Claire, WI 54701
and a new sign will be ordered for you.
Please contact the Eau Claire County Humane Association (715) 839-4747 or the Eau Claire County Non-Emergency Communication Center at (715) 839-4972 for any complaints of animals running at large, nuisance animals or any animal being treated inhumanely.
There is a 24 hour locked drop box in front of the main entrance to the Town Hall that you can place your completed ballot in anytime before 8pm on Election Day. Make sure you have signed the envelope and you witness has signed AND provided their address.
If you are planning on new construction on your property make sure to have the correct County permits.
It may be confusing on what types of permits you will need for certain projects but being prepared ahead of time will save you money in the long run.
Any questions regarding what types of permits you will need please contact Eau Claire County Zoning Inspector at (715) 839-1660
Hadleyville Cemetery is located on HH just west of S. Lowes Creek Road.
The township maintains this cemetery. For more information contact us.
Dial 911 for any required emergency services.
Fire protection and first responders are provided by the Township Fire Department.
The City of Eau Claire provides ambulance services.
The Eau Claire County Sheriff’s Department provides law enforcement for the township.
The Community Center is available for use, free of charge by any organization, association or governmental entity that is based in Pleasant Valley.
The Community Center and Park Pavilion are available for rent by any private party.
Please contact Jen Meyer (715) 878-4645 or firstname.lastname@example.org for rental agreements and availability.
A permit is required by State Statute to possess or use fireworks without first obtaining a user's permit from the local municipality.
After receipt of your user's permit, you must also notify the Eau Claire County Sheriff's Department and Township Fire Department at least 48 hours prior to discharging the permitted fireworks.
Garbage & Recycling service is provided by area refuse haulers.
Currently there are four haulers licensed to collect refuse in the Town of Pleasant Valley.
Eau Claire County has a recycling center located next to the Town Hall.
Click here for hours and other locations.
Licensed Haulers are:
Boxx Sanitation - 715-514-2995
Advanced Disposal Services - 715-839-9553
Waste Management - 715-723-7241
ES Sanitation - 715-533-0483
Over-sized mailboxes are prohibited. They can cause a hazard and present liability issues for the property owner.
According the the Dept. of Transportation, acceptable mailbox supports are as follows: a wood post no larger the 4" X 4" square or soft metal conduits which are 1.5" to 2" in diameter.
Residents are asked to replace any mailbox not meeting these standards.
The Town has the legal right and annually does mow the road-right-of-way of all town roads. Road right-of-way is typically extends to 33 feet from the center of the road.
Mowing is performed for safety and visibility reasons.
State law requires all dogs over the age of 5 months must be licensed by April 1st of each calendar year.
A current rabies certificate must accompany the license.
Fees are $15 for each spayed/neutered dog and $25 for each intact dog.
Any application received after April 1st will be assessed a $10 late fee.
Application for licensing your dog can be found here
Cats are not required to be licensed in the Town of Pleasant Valley.
Interested in becoming a poll worker?
Contact Jen Meyer, Town Clerk at (715) 878-4645 or email@example.com
The assessment of your property is determined by the Assessor as of January 1 of each year. Under Wisconsin Statutes, the Assessor's values are assumed to be correct unless proven otherwise, which places the burden of proof on the taxpayer. If you are not satisfied with the assessment of your property, the time to do something about it is during Open Book. You do not need an appointment. You simply come in and speak with the assessor during the set Open Book hours. Open Book is held at the Town Hall located at S10414 Cty Rd HH/I in Cleghorn. The date is typically in July of each year. Please watch this webpage for notices of the date of Open Book.
If after reviewing your information at Open Book, you believe your property is not assessed fairly in relation to other properties in the Town of Pleasant Valley, you must file a written objection form to be heard by the formal Board of Review. Factual evidence must be presented at the hearing. The Board of Review is typically scheduled about one week after the Open Book in July. Please watch this webpage for notices of the date and procedures associated with Board of Review.
The Town of Pleasant Valley contracts Bowmar Appraisals to conduct appraisals.
Roger Koski is the contact person. Bowmar Apprasials is located at 2706 Birch St, Eau Claire, WI 54703. (715) 835-1141.
Watch for Board of Review dates to be posted in May of each year.
If you intend to contest your assessment at the Board of Review, a 48 hour notice is required by law to be given to the Town Clerk.
Please see "Open Book and Board of Review" located in this section of the webpage for more information.
Tax bills are sent out in mid-December. The first payment is due to the Town of Pleasant Valley Clerk/Treasurer by January 31st. Public tax collection dates are printed on your tax bill.
The second installment is due by July 31st, payable to the Eau Claire County treasurer’s office.
At this time, the Town does not accept credit card payments.
1st Payment: Payable to Town of Pleasant Valley
Town of Pleasant Valley
Jen Meyer Clerk/Treasurer
W165 Woodridge Dr
Eau Claire, WI 54701
2nd Payment: Payable to Eau Claire County
Eau Claire County Treasurer
721 Oxford Ave
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Public Tax collection times are printed on your tax statement and in the December newsletter. Public tax collections are held at the Town Hall located at S10414 Cty Rd HHI in Cleghorn.
Public notices are published on the website and posted on the exterior of the town hall.
As required by law the following notices will also be posted at two additional locations:
-Board of Review dates and location
-Annual Town Meeting if not on the 2nd Tuesday of April
-Special Town Meetings date and location
-Budget Public Hearing date and location
The following items will be published in the Leader-Telegram:
-Summaries of ordinances with forfeitures
-Liquor license applications
-Budget Public Hearing date and location
-Board of Review
Additional posting locations when required are: The Cleghorn Keg and Hickory Hills Golf Course
Each year, radon kills more people than home fires, drowning, falls or drunk driving. Eau Claire County has a high rate of homes with high levels of radon. Yet many community members know very little about radon. Over 35% of tested homes in the county exceed the level of radon that is considered safe to have around your home.
Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from the soil beneath and around some of our homes. In some homes here in Eau Claire it accumulates to levels that create a risk to the residents. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers! You can't smell or taste it but it puts your family at risk!
Test your home for radon by purchasing a short-term test kit at the Eau Claire City County Health Department for just $10!. For more information on radon or the test kits please call the Eau Claire City County Health Department at 715-839-4718.
Town road right-of-way is 33 feet from the center line of any town road.
Please do not install items (i.e. fencing, landscaping, sprinklers, or lawn markers) within this right-of-way; the Town is not responsible for any damage that may occur to these objects.
Large items in the right-of-way can present direct hazard and impede vision at intersections which can pose liability issues.
Please see Ordinance No. 19-15-05 Road Right of Way
County Ordinance Code Obstructing Highways Section 10.30.020:
A. It shall be unlawful for any person to leave or place any snow removed from private property in piles or rows upon the traveled portion of any highway open to public travel.
B. Violation and Penalty. Persons who violate provisions of this chapter shall be subject to forfeiture schedule cited at Section 1.50.020 of the Eau Claire County Code.
It is the responsibility of the property owner to make sure no snow is deposited on any Town of Pleasant Valley roadway. Snow deposited on the roadway creates an additional hazard for motorists.
The Town of Pleasant Valley Board meets at 7:00 pm on the 2nd Monday of each month at the Town Hall.
Additional meetings are posted on this website as well as the other posting locations as required.
Contact Mark Behlke, Town of Pleasant Valley Highway Supervisor, at (715) 878-9461 or (715) 577-7404 to report any highway obstructions or washouts.
Like other states, Wisconsin has been grappling for more than a decade with transportation revenue insufficient to meet state and local needs. The issue has been studied. Reports have been issued and recommendations have been put forth. However, no progress has been made toward a long-term funding solution, while Wisconsin falls further behind. Some problems are truly perplexing to solve - like eradicating poverty or reigning in the cost of health care. Fixing our state and local roads and bus systems is not one of those. We know what needs to be done. JUST FIX IT.
The Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance in its 2015 benchmark report gave Wisconsin's highways a D grade. Without increased resources, the percentage of state trunk highways in poor condition is projected to double by 2023. This trend of deteriorating road conditions is seen at every level: county, city, town, and state.
Go to www.tdawisconsin.org to find out what you can do.