The Glenwood City Clerk's office is currently located at:
City Municipal Offices
217 W Oak Street
PO Box 368
Glenwood City WI 54013
CITY HALL OFFICE HOURS:
Monday -Thursday 7:00 am – 4:30 pm; Friday 7:00 am – 11:00 am
For questions regarding any of these services, please call City Hall. All forms can be found on the Forms & Applications page.
For matters you would like addressed by the City please fill out a Citizen Comment & Request For Service Form and mail or drop off at City Hall. Your concern will be forwarded to the correct department. Please visit the Forms & Applications page for this and other forms.
The City's ordinances are updated and are now available to view online! Click here to view them.
All dogs 5 months of age or older need to be licensed each year. Proof of rabies vaccine is required. There are breed-specific restrictions pertaining to licensing. Information can be found in the City's ordinances, at City Hall or from the City Police Department.
The polling place for all elections held in the City is the Municipal Building located at 217 W. Oak Street. The polling place is open on election day from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Register to vote or apply for an absentee ballot at the City Clerk's office or at www.myvote.wi.gov.
For more information, visit the Elections page.
Licenses to serve alcholic beverages in the City are required. Applications can be found under forms on the Government tab or at City Hall. All applications are subject to a background check and council approval.