Update: Monday 8/16/17 Today, August 16, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. Emergency Management Director for La Crosse County chaired a meeting with FEMA Representatives, DNR Representatives, County Officials, LAX Representatives and Township Officials. The purpose was to discuss damages from the July 20th storm and determine if each entity’s condition seeking repair from the event has stabilized.
A Representative outline the importance of each of the next steps in toward seeking funding from President Trump.
- Step 1: Over the course of the next two days, FEMA Representatives will review all the data each entity has compiled, labor costs, equipment costs, and product costs to temporarily repair damaged areas. They will look for inconsistencies in funding requests to repair sites which was damaged, only in the July 20th event.
- Step 2: Sites will be visited by the DNR and FEMA in Shelby in reference to damage on roadways, creeks, walking bridges and down trees. (Time Line 3 days)
- FEMA will put together information and costs in the form of a letter that will be sent to Governor Scott Walker. This letter’s subject line is to seek support for funding cleanup and restoration of all the areas affected by the July 20th event. If the letter receives support from Governor Walker it will be sent to President Trump. (Time Line 7 to 10 days)
- This is a critical stage in the process; If President Trump declares our area as a designated national disaster additional funds will be available for homeowners. These grants will help individuals seeking money to recover some or all of their costs associated with the disaster. Additionally, funds will be available for upgrading infrastructure and addressing the problem instead of band aiding the issue.
A meeting is scheduled for tomorrow Thursday at 8:00 a.m. August 17th with FEMA to discuss our application for assistance from the Federal Government.
Prescription glasses found in Pammel Creek Park! Please call the Town Hall if you are missing your glasses.
UNDER FORMS YOU WILL NOW FIND THE RECYCLING FLYER AND LA CROSSE COUNTY PROPERTY SEARCH PLUS OTHER FORMS YOU CAN FILL OUT FOR YOUR CONVIENCE.(posted 6/15/17)
New Shelter at Mormon Coulee Park
The Lions Club is currently accepting donations towards a new shelter for the Mormon Coulee Park for the Town of Shelby. Please click below to donate to this Lions project: Donors will be recognized on a commemorative plaque in the shelter for the following donation levels:
Corporate: $5,000 and above
Platinum: $1,000 to $4,999
Gold: $500 to $999
Silver: $100 to $499
Bronze: $99 and Under
The Town of Shelby has received the following copy of the Bluffland Preservation by La Crosse County LAPC. This document has not been approved the by Town of Shelby Board. This is for reference. Please review and forward your comments or concerns to Tim Candahl, Tim Ehler, or Carroll Vizecky. Additional information will be be posted when it becomes available.
The Town is selling stickers to be used when you have extra garbage that will not fit into the garbage cart. They are 5 stickers for $15.00. (posted 5/2014)
SENIORS: Senior Guidance is an organization dedicated to providing helpful senior living resources for the elderly. They have a website that shows a list of services and may be of value to our residents. Please go to https://www.seniorguidance.org for additional information.
ISSUES TO FOLLOW
Apply for your 2017 FIRE RING PERMIT (FREE) online-see Fire Dept heading on left and apply! They go right to the Fire Chiefs Office and they get emailed back to you! No need to have them mailed or get a paper copy. As of 2014 this is a one time application as long as you reside at the location on the permit. (posted 12/15)
- 911 SIGNS: Signs are still be installed in some locations around Town.
- There is a serious problem with dog feces being left in the parks! It should be picked and taken home, not left in refuse containers at the parks or thrown in the bathrooms. If the problem continues, dogs will be banned from all Town of Shelby parks. Those who use the parks for other activities and park maintenance staff should not have to deal with your dog feces. We are also having reports of dogs running loose in Pammel Creek Park and Mormon Coulee Park. Dogs must be on a lease at all times outside of your yard. (posted 4/13/2014)
- DUMPSTERS: Town does not allow dumpster or other obstructions to be placed on Town right-of-way. Permits are available for special circumstances. (posted 4/13)
- Town right-of-way extends 10-15 feet beyond the edge of the road. This area is used for snow storage when snow is pushed back away from the road and sometimes the plows tear up the sod and dirt. Generally the property owner will be responsible for repair. (posted 1/14/2014)
- A permit is required for Drive Way restructuring, resurfacing. There is no fee for this permit. We just want to make sure culverts are in good condition and the water flow is moving the way it needs to move. (posted 4/7/2015)
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TOWN OF SHELBY
2800 Ward Avenue
La Crosse, WI 54601
Office Hours 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Monday thru Friday
TOWN BOARD MEMBERS
Tim Candahl Town Chairperson 608-780-3564
Tim Ehler Supervisor 608-792-6955
Tim Padesky Supervisor 608-780-1322