Community Events And News

Necedah Food Pantry

The Necedah Food Pantry is located at 1000 Farnam Drive on the ground level of the back side of the Head
Start building. The pantry serves approximately 100 families. Any families that attend the Necedah Area
School District are served by our Pantry. In order to adequately provide quality service, the pantry needs the
support and donations of our fellow citizens. If you are interested in helping out with our local food needs, donations can be accepted directly at the food pantry or in the drop box at the Village Hall. In addition, donation jars are located at several businesses throughout Necedah. Items specifically needed include: non-perishable foods such as baked beans or pork and beans, canned vegetables, rice, pasta, etc. Personal hygiene products such as shampoo, conditioner, soap, toilet paper, toothbrushes, toothpaste, etc. are always in great demand. Lastly, please don’t forget about our area babies. Baby food, powder, lotion, diapers, etc. are always needed and welcomed. The Food Pantry is open every Thursday (except if there is a fifth Thursday in the month) from 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. For questions, or more information, contact Dwayne Olson at 565-2701. Messages can be left at this number in the event the pantry is not open.


Juneau County Aging Unit

Did you know that healthy and delicious meals are served at the Necedah Nutrition Site Monday-Thursday? Are you 60 years
old or older and want to spend time conversing and socializing with others? Then the Necedah Nutrition site is the place for
you. A donation of $3.75 per person is suggested. The service also offers Meals on Wheels. For more information, call Amanda
at the Necedah Meal Site at 547-3125.
The Juneau County Aging Unit is dedicated to enhancing and promoting the general well being and quality of life of all older
adults. For information, you can call Heidi Randall at 847-9371


Cooling & Heating Center

Did you know that the Village and Town Halls are a place of refuge when the weather is too hot or cold. This is offered as a
short term emergency shelter that operates when temperatures or a combination of precipitation, wind chill, wind and
temperature become dangerously inclement. Their paramount purpose is the prevention of death and injury related to exposure
to the elements. This may include acute trauma from cold weather injury to extremities due to frostbite and heat related injuries
during a heat wave. The cooling & heating center is open during normal business hours. If you have further inquiry please call


How You Can Avoid Water Disconnection

Overwhelmed by utility bills? If you are behind on your payments, please contact us soon. Don’t wait for a disconnection
notice. Your best defense against being disconnected is working with us on payment options and arrangements. If you receive
a disconnection notice, please call us at 608-565-2260, Option 1, right away to discuss a payment plan and to learn about our
payment options. You might be surprised at how easy it is. We are willing to work with you.
Good reasons to avoid disconnection:
 If we disconnect your service, we cannot guarantee same-day re-connection
 If your service has been disconnected for non-payment, you will be charged an additional fee for re-connection.