Town of Brookfield, Wisconsin


The Clerk's Office is in charge of elections, dog licenses, bill payments, taxes and so much more.  They are the best source for information on the town.

Clerk's Office

Georgia Balcerowski, Town Clerk
Marcia Szalewski, Deputy Clerk
Wendy Mills, Bookkeeper


Mission Statement

The Office of the Town Clerk will provide quality services to the Town Board, staff, general public, candidates, voters and media with the highest standards of ethics and integrity and cost effectively. We will also ensure that the electoral process is fair, accurate and impartial.


The Town Clerk is a statutory officer that is responsible for: preparation of agendas and official minutes for Boards, Commissions, and Committees, legal notification to the public, maintenance of finance records, election administration, issue alcohol, and related licenses and management of records which the clerk is legal custodian.

The Town Clerk's office receives all claims filed against the Town as well as correspondence directed to the Town.  Besides the official functions as outlined in the state statutes, the Town Clerk's office and staff handles recycling and garbage information, receivables and payables, and provides administrative support to the Town Board, other various Boards, Commissions and Committees and other departments as needed.  The department is also the primary source of information for citizen questions.



There are two Polling Places throughout the town open from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm on Election Days.  You must live in the specific ward to vote at that Polling Place; contact the Clerk's Office to verify your ward.  Go to the Town of Brookfield Elections & Voting Page for how to Register to Vote and Absentee Voting.


Are You Qualified to Vote?

You May Vote If:
  • You are a United States Citizen
  • You are 18 years or older today
  • You have lived here for 28 days before this election
  • You are registered to vote or are registering today

You May NOT Vote If:
  • You have voted in this election already
  • You are still required to report to a probation or parole officer because of a felony conviction
  • You have been ruled incapable of voting by a judge


Town Calendar



Please note the ordinances, agendas, and minutes are available here online but to contact the Town Hall for final, approved, and legal documents.