One Solution for getting those New Toters to the Road…..

One of our neighbors has a really long driveway.  To help get the trash and recycling toters to the road, he bought and tested a “Cansporter”.  These are pick-up arms that attach to the rear bumper of your car.  He reports that they work beautifully!

This link takes you to the Cansporter website:

If a lot of people are interested in these, contact the Town Clerk at and she will see if we can get a volume discount.

Swiss Cheese & Spotted Cow Bicycle Tour

There will be a bicycle tour going through part of Primrose on Sunday, June 25th, 2017 with cyclists on the roads from 9am until 2pm.

The route is primarily in towns to the northwest, but will end with Highway A from JG north to JG south in Primrose.


It’s Bike Race Season!

Rob’s Sugar River Ramble is scheduled to occur this Sunday, June 4th.  The race has approximately 170 participants and will start at 7:30am, ending at about 2pm.

The route planned for this race is as follows:

KP (Cross Plains), JG, G, A, H (Perry), A(Primrose), JG, G, U, A, PD (Springdale).  Please plan accordingly.

2017 Board of Review





NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN this 25th day of May 2017 that the first meeting of Town of PRIMROSE Board of Review will be held on the 13th day of June, 2017 at the Primrose Town Hall, 8468 County Highway A, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Instructional material about the assessment, how to file an objection, and board of review procedures are posted below:

Board of Review procedure: 2017 Board of Review Notice

Form of Objection: Form of Objection_Real Property

If you wish to make an appointment with the Board of Review, please contact the Town Clerk as soon as possible.  As specified in the above notice, requests must be received by the Clerk at least 48 hours prior to the hearing.  Requests may be by phone, sent by mail or by email.  The Form of Objection may be mailed or emailed to the Clerk.

Ruth Hansen, Clerk


8468 County Road A, Verona, Wi 53593

Primrose Toter System Now In Place

Town & Country has delivered the trash toters, and now the recycling toters (yellow top).  Items will no longer be picked up from the ground or out of standard trash cans as the new truck with the pick-up arm will be used exclusively.

There have been questions about how to use the recycling toter.  Town & Country has responded with the following:

“You can mix everything which includes glass, plastic, aluminum, cardboard and paper. The office paper or shredded paper must be in a plastic bag and then put in the recycling toter. Cardboard must be cut down to a managable size and put in recycling container.”

If you have further questions, please call the Clerk for Primrose at 608-318-4440 ext 1, or email at

Open Book is May 16

Open Book is Tuesday, May 16 from 5pm – 7pm at the town hall. What is open book? It’s a chance for you to talk to the town’s assessor about the assessment of your house/land. You can ask questions, challenge amounts, and get information.

If you received a letter in the mail stating that your assessment level/amount changed, this is your chance to discuss it. If you agree with the assessment, you don’t have to do anything. If you disagree you need to show up at open book. Your 2017 tax bill that you receive in December is based upon the assessed amount in the letter. It can’t be changed after open book.

If you did not receive a letter in the mail, your assessment has not changed from last year.

If you don’t know what your assessment is or if it has changed – stop in at open book and find out.

Any questions, reach out to the clerk or the treasurer.