The Town of Deerfield is located in central Dane County, Wisconsin. We are a rural community east of Wisconsin’s capital, City of Madison. The Town of Deerfield was organized in 1849, with the first settlers being Norwegian immigrants. A current population of approximately 1,597 enjoys the rural atmosphere with the convenience of being close to larger cities. There are four school districts within our town and they are: Deerfield, Cambridge, Marshall and Stoughton.
Town board meetings are held at the town garage on the second Monday of every month beginning at 7 p.m. Planning Commission Meetings are held as requested by contacting the Planning Commission Chairperson. See Town Directory tab for more information. Fire Commission meetings are held every Thursday night at the Deerfield Fire Department.
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The Town of Deerfield will conduct a Partisan Primary Election on August 11, 2020 at the St. Paul Liberty Lutheran Educational Center, 3494 Oak Park Rd. from 7:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M. The Polls will be open to any town elector choosing to vote in person. The Township Election Officials are asking all interested persons attending to please wear a mask unless some medical condition prevents any person from doing so.
The Town of Deerfield currently has a position open for a Planning Commission member. This position is open to all town residents. The commission usually meets once monthly to consider a variety of rezoning requests within the town and consideration and discussion of Dane County Zoning Ordianances and proposed changes. The commission is solely an advisory commission to the town board which has the final discussion and action authority over all zoning issues within the township. Interested candidates can direct their interest to Chairman Mike Schlobohm (764-8301), the township phone (920-240-6700) or the town’s website (email@example.com)