Town Business During COVID-19
In response to the current COVID-19 situation and in accordance with recommendations from Dane County Public Health, social distancing measures are being practiced. Our foremost priority is to protect the health and safety of the Town of Dunn’s residents and employees from coronavirus.
Town services are happening in new ways. Whenever possible, we will assist by email, phone, conference call, or online video meetings. The Town has a drop off/pick-up window for the exchange of documents and signatures that are available by appointment. Please call ahead or contact the appropriate staff member by email: staff contact list. We appreciate your support and understanding during this time.
2021 Dane Arts Posters
We regretfully must inform you that Dane Arts will not be producing 2021 posters or calendars. With the many unknowns and variables that COVID-19 continues to bring to all of us, it seems to be the most responsible decision to forego the beloved poster and calendar at this time.
Proposed Capital Springs Bike Trail Connection Meeting
In partnership with the Friends of Capital Springs Recreation Area (FOCSRA) and the Wisconsin DNR, Dane County Parks is in the beginning planning stages for a proposed trail connection to Capital Springs State Park. The project was a recommendation of the 2010 County/State adopted Capital Springs Recreation Area Master Plan and has also been included in Dane County Parks and Open Space Plan since 2006. Below are a few documents related to the proposal. Dane County Parks will be holding a virtual meeting regarding this topic at 6 pm on February 15th. Please check dunn.civicweb.net for an agenda and Zoom login information closer to this date.
US 51 Corridor Study
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) are conducting the US 51 Corridor Study, from 1-39/90 to US 12/18 (Stoughton to McFarland), to evaluate alternatives that will improve safety, pavement condition, and congestion along the corridor and address the needs of bicyclists and pedestrians where feasible.
For more information, please contact Jeff Berens, WisDOT Project Manager, at (608) 245-2656 or at