Public Test of Voting Equipment: NOTICE OF VILLAGE OF HORTONVILLE, AND TOWN OF HORTONIA PUBLIC TEST OF VOTING EQUIPMENT   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the Village of Hortonville, and Town of Hortonia will conduct the required public test of the DS200 and ExpressVote equipment to be used at the April 7, 2020 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary. This test will be conducted at the places and times indicated below.   This test is open to the public.   Village of Hortonville                                   Tuesday, March 31, 2020                           9:00 A.M.                                                       Community Center                                         531 N. Nash St.                                              Hortonville                                                       Jane Booth                                                      Village Clerk-Treasurer                                                 Town of Hortonia             Tuesday, March 31, 2020             9:30 A.M.             Hortonville/Hortonia Fire Hall             700 W. Nye St.             Hortonville             Lyn Marie Neuenfeldt             Town of Hortonia Clerk Publish:    March 26, 2020

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Open Records Request

Open Records Request Form

How To Obtain Police Reports & Records

Our records personnel are responsible for processing requests for field reports maintained by the Hortonville Police Department.  Examples of field reports include traffic accident reports, traffic citations, municipal ordinance citations, and incident reports.

Police records may be requested from the Hortonville Police Department in person, through the U.S. mail, or by telephone.  Requests made in person may not be processed immediately.

The Records personnel are available Monday through Friday, 7:00-3:30 M-Th, 7:00-1:00 Friday. Please use this form to create an Open Records Request

When requesting a record from the Hortonville Police Department, your request must include enough information for us to be able to locate the record.  Examples of important information to include in your request are the following: date of incident; type of report; name(s) of people involved; location of incident; etc.

The Hortonville Police Department will make every effort to process requests for records within 10 business days of receiving the request.  All requests for information will be processed in accordance with the State of Wisconsin Open Records Law and WI State statute 19.31-19.39.

A fee may be charged for records and the fee is determined based on the type of record, mailing costs and other fees required by state statutes.  Pre-payment may be required for records that exceed $5.00