Following the 2010 Census, the City’s aldermanic district boundaries were adjusted to bring them back into agreement with the idea of equal representation. The boundaries were modified so the population in each district would have as close to equal as practical. The redistricting also had to take neighborhoods and supervisory boundaries into consideration. Click here to see a full city map of the five aldermanic districts, followed by separate maps of each district. Anyone interested in running for City Council should contact the City Clerk’s office at 839 - 4912 for information on nomination papers and filing deadlines.
To see what Aldermanic District/Ward an address is in, visit MyVote.Wi.gov
You must be registered before you can vote. Anyone who is at least 18 years of age, is a U.S. citizen, has lived at their current address for 10 days and has not lost the right to vote can register and vote.
City residents can register in person at the Election Office prior to Election Day.
You must have one piece of identification showing both your current and complete name and current and complete address. Acceptable forms of identification include: a driver's license, state identification card, or a current utility bill ( Xcel, telephone, cable etc), a bank statement or a pay check.
You must also provide your Wisconsin driver’s license number, if you have been issued one. If you do not have a valid Wisconsin Driver's License, you may provide the last four digits of your Social Security Number.
You can also register on election day at your voting site. You must bring the same information and meet the same requirements for Election Day registration as you would for registering before the election.