Welcome to the Town of St. Joseph!
The Town of St. Joseph, located just North of Hudson, WI, and across the St Croix River from Stillwater, MN, serves as a gateway to the St. Croix River Valley’s many recreational and cultural amenities. This rural setting with its close proximity to the metropolitan areas of Minneapolis and St. Paul offers parks, employment, shopping and entertainment opportunities of an urban area with the peaceful calm and safety of small town living. Simply the perfect place to call home!
The Town of St. Joseph is accepting applications for a seasonal Public Works general laborer. See the employment tab for more information. Please email the [email protected] for an employment application and full job description.
Town of St. Joseph
St Croix County
Starting Wednesday, March 07, 2018
The Town of St Joseph, St Croix County, Wisconsin has posted as required all paved and non-paved town roads limiting all vehicles as follows:
1 axle limited to 6 tons
Tandem axles limited to 10 tons
Each additional axle limited to 3 tons each
The Town asks your cooperation in limiting the size of your loads on all roads so weight restrictions may be kept to a minimum. As noted in the County Public Notice this is the time of year an eighteen wheel truck or semi-trailer has a loading effect of 6000 passenger vehicles. Weight on our roads is most critical during spring break up. Thank you for working with us on preserving our roads.
Notice posted this 7th day of March, 2018
NOXIOUS WEED NOTICE
EVERY PERSON, who owns, occupies or controls land in the Towns of Hudson, St Joseph and Troy, St Croix County, Wisconsin, ARE REQUIRED by Wisconsin State Statute §66.0407 to DESTROY ALL noxious weeds on the land. “Noxious weed” means Canada thistle, leafy spurge field bindweed (creeping Jenny) and any weed designated as a noxious weed by the Department of Natural Resources.
GET INVOLVED IN THE FUTURE OF THE TOWN OF ST JOSEPH:
SERVE ON A COMMITTEE
The Town of St Joseph needs interested residents to serve on its various committees. Committee members should plan to attend at least one meeting monthly. Please send a letter of interest to [email protected]
TOWN HALL OFFICE HOURS
Tuesday: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Friday - Closed