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The Town of Harmony is a Zoned Township.

Please check regulations and permits before building or selling property.

Things you Should Know before Buying or Building in Vernon County.

2022 Tax Letter to Town residents.

2022 Tax List Town of Harmony.

New recycling center hours:
Saturday: 7:00 am – 12:00 pm
Tuesday: 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

The Town of Harmony has two Clean-up days per year: the first Saturday of April, and the last Saturday of September.
2023 dates are April 1, and September 30. The recycling center is open 8am-5pm.
2024 dates are April 6, and September 28. Please check the recycling page for accepted waste and cost.

The Town of Harmony has a new UDC inspector - General Engineering Company


Upcoming Events:

Budget Meeting - Change notice

Monday, November 20, 2023, 5:30PM
Harmony Town Hall - E2905 Newton Rd.

Monthly Meeting - Change Notice

Monday, November 20, 2023, Following the Budget Meeting
Harmony Town Hall - E2905 Newton Rd.
NOTE - Monthly Meetings have changed to the third Thursday of the Month.


Harmony History

The following is taken from the History of Vernon County, Wisconsin. published in 1884.

"This township, known as town 15 north, range 6 west, was the sixth one organized in Vernon county. It comprises forty full sections and four half sections, of land containing in all 26,880 acres, or 3,840 more than a full congressional town. The land is mostly owned by residents, who have strenuously endeavored to cultivate and improve it and in comparison with other town in the county, will prove that their efforts have not been in vain. The United States government still owns and controls about 806 acres of land in the town. Only one stream of any note flows through the town, lending fresh life and strength to the already fertile soil. This is the North Bad Ax river, which enters the town in the eastern part on section 24 and takes a westerly course through sections 23, 22, 21, 20 and 19, making a sudden turn on the latter, and flowing southerly through sections 30 and 31. It leaves the town on the southwest quarter of the latter section. This stream is well fed by numerous tributaries, flowing from all parts of the town. Good springs are also plentiful and supply pure, fresh water for drinking and cooking purposes."