Welcome to Town of Winchester
Town Hall Office Hours:
Town Chairman: First & Third Monday’s 5:00-6:00
Town Clerk: Tuesday’s 10:00-2:00
Town Hall Phone: (715) 686-2123
Phone: (715) 686-2996
A new trash compactor has been installed at the Transfer Station. Recycle Bins in the parking lot will no longer be used. All recyclables should be placed in the new compactor inside the building. Please remember, no plastic bags in the conpactor. If you have questions, please talk with Donnie at (715) 686-7500. Also, remember these are the official hours:
These are the only hours materials can be dropped off!
Building permits are required in the Town of Winchester. Please contact RC Inspection Agency. Tel. (715) 543-2094 Rick Clem. The UDC Ordinance is on the Ordinances tab on the bottom left side of this Home Page.
Do You Need a Street Address/Fire Number?
The town of Winchester does not issue street addresses. If you need an address, also called a “fire number”, contact the Town Clerk during office hours (Tuesday’s from 10:00AM-2:00PM), for necessary forms.
The town will provide the sign and post, but only order them when we qualify for bulk prices. You are free to put up a temporary sign with your number on it in the meantime. If you have questions contact Tom Ghiloni at (715) 686-2580.
The Winchester Library will no longer have seasonal hours
Year Around Hours:
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Follow us on Facebook– check it out to find out the news about the library and upcoming events/programs. Check out the Facebook page: Winchester Public Library 54557 As always, information can also be found on our Website: http://winchester.wislib.org/ and in the FYI. Book reviews of new books we have, will be featured in future editions of the FYI.
Anyone interested in volunteering at our new library, should contact Cyndi Guzman at (715) 686-2926, or via email at email@example.com
Welcome to the Town of Winchester, Wisconsin — “The Real Northwoods!”
Winchester is located in the northwest corner of Vilas County, bounded by Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to the north, Iron County to the west, the town of Presque Isle to the east and the town of Manitowish Waters to the south.
Winchester covers over 34,000 acres and is covered by lakes, with 34 named and 29 unnamed. Almost 80% of the town’s area is wooded, and we have more than 6,000 acres of public land as part of the Northern-Highland American Legion State Forest.
Winchester is a small community most of the year, with approximately 400-500 permanent residents (estimated in the year 2012). Like many towns in the Northwoods, we have a larger summer population, with approximately 3000 seasonal residents. Our area is perfect for summer activities like fishing, boating and hiking. Winter sports such as skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing are also popular.
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