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Welcome to Hortonville, Wisconsin – where the air is fresher, the smiles are wider, and the sense of community is contagious! Tucked away in the rolling hills of our beloved state, Hortonville is more than just a village; it's a feeling of home that greets you at every corner.

Take a stroll through our charming streets, where the local shops beckon with unique treasures and the aroma of freshly brewed coffee fills the air. Pause for a chat with friendly faces, and you'll soon discover that Hortonville isn't just a place to live – it's a tight-knit community where neighbors are like family.

Whether you're here to explore our scenic trails, sample our delicious local cuisine, or simply soak up the small-town charm, you'll find a warm welcome waiting for you in Hortonville. So, come on in, kick off your shoes, and experience the magic of our village. We're excited to have you join us on this adventure!



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Rummage Sale Dates

Q: When are the Village Rummage Sales?  

A: Village Wide Rummage Sales are set by the New London Buyer's Guide.  They usually fall the 2nd Saturday of May and August.


Trick or Treat

Q: When is trick or treat?

A: Generally, Trick or Treat Falls on the last Sunday in October from 3:00 - 5:00.  Information is always posted in the Fall Village Voice.



Dog License

Q: Do I need a dog license?

A: Yes, pursuant to state statute the fee is $10 for spayed or neutered dogs and $20 for all others five months of age or older.  A rabies certificate is required for licensing new dogs, and if your dog is being re-licensed an updated certificate may be required.  Licensing your dog is an ANNUAL requirement by the State of Wisconsin and must be done by April 1st of each year.  A late fee of $5 per animal is charged after April 1st.


Q: Does the Village have a notary on staff?

A: We do! Call ahead to ensure one of our 3 certified notaries are in the office.  Office hours are generally between 7-4 Mon-Thurs and 7-1 on Fri.  Remember to bring a photo i.d.


Q: Where can I find voting information, registration, and information on elections?

A: My Vote    Is a great resource.  It will tell you if you're registered, what municipality you will be voting in, and what is on your ballot. You can register on here and request an absentee ballot as well.

Click here for the most current proof of i.d.

Click here for the most current proof of residence