Plan Commission Meetings  

  • Wednesday, October 19 @ 6:30 pm agenda
  • Wednesday, November 16 @ 6:30 pm



There will be an advisory referendum on the ballot on November 8.   It asks "Shall Portage County construct a new three story Portage County Government Center, with new court and law enforcement and jail facilities in downtown Stevens Point adjacent to the existing Portage County Government Annex at a capital cost not to exceed seventy-eight million five hundred thousand dollars ($78,500,000.0)?  For more details, click here to see the resolution leading to the referendum.

Transfer Station Hours (September-October)

Portage County, Wisconsin



Bid Notice:  Oak Street pavement replacement  Click here for notice


Current notices and events !


DATE: Friday, October 21

TIME: 10:00 AM - NOON


9011 County Road WW

Seasonal flu shots will be available to anyone wishing to be vaccinated (you do not need to be a town resident). Bring along your insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid card, if available.  SEE THE FLYER HERE

Town Board Meetings (regular meeting on 2nd Wednesday of the month)

From Where They Came to Where We Are!

Did you miss obtaining a copy of the book on the history of the Town of Grant during the sesquicentennial celebration?

It is again available. Copies are available at the Kellner Community Bank - Bancroft State Bank and the Chat-R-Box Cafe.

General Election - November 8, 2016

Remember to bring photo ID(Click for Info on Acceptable IDs)

Find more information on voting on the "ELECTION/VOTING" page.


Town Of Grant
9011 County Road WW
Wisconsin Rapids WI  54494

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    Fax: 715-423-9115
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Need a Ride to the Polls This Election Day?
The November elections are predicted to have one of the highest turnouts of voters in recent years. The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) Mobility Management Department is offering transportation to the polls on November 8 for adults 60 years and older and individuals with disabilities.  If you need assistance to the polls or to the Department of Motor Vehicles to obtain a voter ID, please contact the ADRC at least 48 hours in advance at 715-346-1401 or toll free, 1-866-920-2525.