TOWN OF GENESEE
In person absentee for April 2nd Election starts Tuesday March 19th
2024 is a Presidential Election year, which means you will soon be finding voter registration forms and absentee ballot request forms in your mailbox. These mailings are not from your municipal clerk, even though they may appear to be. They are sent by special interest groups and the prefilled voter information on the forms is often outrageously inaccurate. The fastest and easiest way to verify you are registered, the information is accurate, or request your absentee ballots, is to visit myvote.wi.gov
Registration Online is Easy! Search for your record by entering your name and date of birth. Then click the “Update Name or Update Address” tab! Answer a few questions when you are prompted and myvote will provide you with the step by step instructions to get your registration completed fast and conveniently, right from home. Tip: Do not put any spaces or periods in your street address numbers, example – S43W31391 State Road 83
If you have moved or experienced a change in name, or if you find information that is not accurate, you may update your registration online if your Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID is current. Keeping your voter registration current saves you time at the polls on Election Day!
If you feel you will need to request an absentee ballot please do so early to be sure you allow enough time for the ballot to be sent to you and returned to the town BEFORE election day. Also make sure all information is filled out on your absentee ballot envelope prior to mailing back. You can also make your request for the absentee ballot on myvote.wi.gov. When making a request for Calendar Year Absentee Ballots be sure to wait until after January 1st 2024. If you have any questions contact Town Clerk Treasurer Meri Majeskie, 262-968-3656 or email email@example.com
Genesee residents can now recycle almost all plastics #1 - 7 including toys, lawn furniture, laundry baskets, buckets and landscaping items. Plastics not acceptable are: Styrofoam, films, bags, and containers that previously held hazardous waste e.g. motor oil containers. A reminder that cartons (i.e.juice boxes, soup cartons, milk cartons) are also recyclable.
Used motor oil & oil filters: All Firestone Stores, Walmart Tire Centers and O’Reilly Auto Parts stores are among several businesses in the County that accept oil and oil filters for free; no purchase necessary. Most businesses that provide oil change services follow this policy. In addition, John’s Disposal will pick up properly contained used motor oil in quantities of 1-5 gal curbside on ‘bulk’ pickup days. The City of Waukesha also accepts used motor oil, oil filters, and antifreeze from any County resident at their recycling center on Sentry Dr.