City Clerk

Under the supervision of the City Administrator, the City Clerk performs a variety of administrative duties in maintaining official records, issuing licenses, and conducting and overseeing all city, state, and federal elections. The Clerk is required to attend applicable meetings and is responsible for the maintenance of official records of proceedings and other official city records.  The Clerk maintains sewer and water utility billing account information, processes monthly utility billings, prepares information for tax roll procedures for all delinquent accounts, and processes utility information for the PSC annual report. The City Clerk also performs statutory duties established by Wisconsin Statutes Sec. 61.25 and 61.26 and City of Hillsboro Municipal Code. 

City Clerk
Sheila Schraufnagel
123 Mechanic St.
P.O. Box 447
Hillsboro, WI 54634
(608)489-2521

WORK PERMITS - Available at City Hall at the City Clerks Office (M-F 8:00AM - 4:00PM)

How to Obtain a Work Permit

Minor's under the age of sixteen (16) are required to obtain a work permit. To obtain a work permit, either the minor alone or the minor and a parent must visit the permit officer, taking with them:

  • the minor's birth certificate or other proof of age;
  • the minor's social security card;
  • letter from the employer expressing intent to hire, on employer's regular letterhead, describing:
    • job duties,
    • hours of work,
  • a written parents consent;
  • a $10 permit fee. 
Please note that work permits submitted past 4:00 PM will not be processed until the following business day.