211 N. Grant Street Rosendale, WI 54974 (920) 872-2740
Welcome to the Village of Rosendale, Wisconsin. Rosendale is a small community located 11 miles west of Fond du Lac in northeast Wisconsin. This website is intended to be of use to both visitors and village members alike. We welcome you to our community and hope you enjoy your time here.
Rosendale Village Wide Rummage Sale
Saturday, May 16, 2015
This is an annual event that is fun for the whole community.
The Rosendale Lions Club will also be selling food and drinks on East Midway Street.
Ads for the rummage sale can be dropped off at Bluemkes Food Mart NO LATER than Saturday, May 9th
On behalf of the Village of Rosendale and Rosendale Police Department we would like to express our sincere condolences to the family of Trooper Trevor Casper of the Wisconsin State Patrol. We all appreciate his bravery and dedication to serve and protect.
Brat Fry to Benefit Heroes' Hunt for Wounded Warriors
April 25th ~ 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
(or until food is gone)
**Corner of Highways 23 & 26 in Rosendale**
PLEASE COME SUPPORT YOUR VETERANS!
All profits go to HHWW of Waupun
AttentionVillage of Rosendale Residents
**Reminder: All Dogs & Cats 5 months or older must have a Village license, per State Statute 174.052 and Village Ordinance 102
Fees are $3.00 if spayed or neutered & $8.00 if not spayed or neutered. Proof of rabies vaccination is required along with proof of spayed or neutered. The deadline for a Village license is March 31, 2015, after which a penalty of $10.00 per license will be added.
In addition, if you fail to get a valid Village license for each dog or cat you own by March 31, 2015, you will be issued a citation for violating Village Ordinance 102, resulting in a court appearance and fine of $187.00 per non-licensed pet. Call 920-872-2740 if you have any questions.
If you have a lost pet, please contact the Police Department at 920-872-5050 or Public Works Office at 920-872-2664. The Village has a kennel to house pets until the owner(s) can be contacted.
Stepping On Workshop
**Tuesdays September 15th to October 27th**
9am to 11am
Rosendale Village Hall
Please consider joining a class if you:
*Use a walker only for steadiness when walking outdoors, the class is not beneficial for those who need the use of a walker at all times.
*Are 65 years or older
*Live in your own home or apartment
*Are concerned about falling
*Do not have memory problems
*Want to have fun while learning
*Are able to commit to attending at least 5 of the 7 classes
To Register: Please call Fond du Lac County ADRC
**Attention Village of Rosendale Residents**
If anyone notices a light pole throughout the Village that appears to be burnt out, please contact the Village Clerks Office so it can be reported to Alliant and repaired.
You can contact the Village Clerks Office by calling 920-872-2740 or
Provide more security for your pet. Lost pets wearing current licenses find their way home sooner than those without. Pets without a collar and tags are often assumed to be a stray and never make their way home to their family. Let people know that you care about your pet. Keep your animal's vaccinations and licenses current. Place a collar with current tags on you pet. If we can locate you, we can get your pet home to you. Licenses can be obtained from the Village Clerk. A record of vaccination is required.
Ordinance #102 now requires ALL DOGS & CATS to be licensed. Residents will be allowed only 3 dogs or 3 cats, or any combination thereof. Licenses can be obtained from the Village Clerk durning normal business hours. A record of vaccination is required.
Dog Licenses: $3.00 each for Spayed or Neutered, $8.oo each if not Spayed or Neutered
Cat Licenses: $3.00 each for Spayed or Neutered, $8.oo each if not Spayed or Neutered
~Late fees: $10.00 per animal if registered AFTER March 31st~
If you have a lost pet, please contact the Police Department or Public Works Office. The Village has a kennel to house lost pets until the owner(s) can be contacted.
Ordinance #102 defines animal control by the following:
* All dogs must be on a leash or chain not to exceed 6 feet in length and must be in the hands of the person controlling the dog.
* All persons having custody or control of any dog must keep the dog in an enclosure; be kept on an appropriate chain or tie not to exceed 6 feet in length; in an enclosed yard, whether walled or fenced, or in any other appropriate restraining enclosure. Underground "silent fencing" much also meet the requirements or the ordinance