The Town of New Haven is located in the northwestern most corner of Dunn County. The town consists of 36 sections, each section consists of 640 acres for a total of 23,040 acres. The town is bordered on the north by Barron County, on the west by St. Croix County, on the east by the Town of Sheridan and on the south by the Town of Tiffany. As of January 1, 2014, the population of the town is 676.
For a more thorough and enjoyable history of the town, please click on the "Town History" tab above. Thank you to Jayme Kistner-Beyrer for doing the research and providing the town's history along with many of the photos seen on the slideshow above.
FULL-TIME ROAD PATROLMAN
The Town of New Haven is seeking a full-time road patrolman. The Town Shop is located in Connorsville, WI. Candidates must have a valid CDL and pass drug/alcohol testing. General duties include driving truck, grader, and tractor to maintain roads including plowing, mowing ditches, and cutting brush. Must have the ability to safely operate a chainsaw, perform equipment maintenance and maintain records. Candidates must be self-motivated, dependable, organized, and able to work with the public. Candidates must be available to be on call as needed during inclement weather.
Wage depends on qualifications. Benefits include paid time off, paid holidays, flexible scheduling, and State of WI Retirement. Applications can be obtained by contacting the Clerk or a resume, with references, may be submitted to:
Diane Duerst, Clerk
Town of New Haven
N12488 150th St
Boyceville, WI 54725
Deadline for applying is May 25, 2016. Interviews are anticipated to be held during the first two weeks of June. The Town of New Haven is an equal opportunity employer.