Village of Spring Valley Wisconsin


Next election: Partisan Primary August 9, 2022

Absentee Ballots will be mailed no later than June 23, 2022 for applications on file as of that date.

Go to to register, request an absentee ballot, see what’s on the ballot, and verify your registration.  This sight also offers information on elections in general.

Absentee voting notice 2022 August Partisan Primary

2022 Elections

Spring Primary           February 15, 2022

Spring Election           April 5, 2022

Fall Primary                August 9, 2022

General Election          November 8, 2022



Please go to to register, find your polling place, request an absentee ballot, and various other options.


For information on political signs Political or other signs in State ROW prohibited

DO NOT WAIT TO REGISTER OR REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT!!  Open registration ends on March 17, 2021 for the Spring Election.  The easiest way to register is by going to  (see link below)  You can also submit forms via US mail, email ( or drop off completed forms outside the village main door.  After those dates you must register in person, in the clerk’s office and be issued a Certificate of Registration or register on election day which will take approximately 1/2 hour to process before you even get in the election room to vote.  If you wait and need to come into the clerk’s office, remember we are closed to foot traffic due to COVID.  You will need to make an appointment and wear a mask at all times while in the village building.

No one registers or votes in clerk’s office on Monday before an election  is the website that will tell you where you vote and if you’re registered.  You can also register from this site and request an absentee ballot.  You should be able to upload your photo ID from here as well.

For paper forms:

Register to vote with this form  Voter Registration 2021

Request an absentee ballot with this form  Request for absentee ballot 2021


ON ELECTION DAY:  Please wear a mask in the Village Hall.  Please remember we have election/poll workers and 863 registered voters to keep safe during this process!!