City of Johnson Creek, WI



Election & Voting Information

The polling location for all Village of Johnson Creek voters on Election Day is the Johnson Creek Community Center, 417 Union Street.  Election Day poll hours are 7 am - 8 pm. 

The Village is divided into four wards as shown on the ward map below.  All wards are in Congressional District 5, State Senate District 13, State Assembly District 38.  Ward 1 is in County Supervisory District 11 and Wards 2-4 are in County Supervisory District 12.

2024 Elections

Following final candidate certification prior to each election, you can find what races will appear on your local ballot at
  • April 2, 2024- Spring Election & Presidential Preference
  • August 13, 2024 - Partisan Primary
  • November 5, 2024 - General Election

Voter Registration

Voters may register online at:, by mail, or in person at Village Hall. Anyone who has changed their name or address since they last voted will need to register as well.  We strongly encourage registering BEFORE Election Day.  Although Election Day registration is available, you may experience a wait or delay if you need to register on Election Day.  NOTE: Registration on and by mail ends the 3rd Wednesday prior to an election.  After that point, in person registration is the only option available. 

Proof of residence showing a voter's current name and current address is required to register.  Documents that can serve as proof of residence include (but are not limited to): State of WI driver's license or ID card, current utility bill or bank statement, payroll check, government document, or property tax bill.

Photo ID Required to Vote

Photo ID is required to vote in Wisconsin.  A State of WI driver's license or State of WI identification card are the most common forms of acceptable photo ID.  If you are in need of a free ID for voting, visit for information on how to obtain one.  Other forms of photo ID may be acceptable.  Please visit for more info on acceptable IDs. 

Absentee Voting

Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may request an absentee ballot. The elector must be a registered voter in order to receive an absentee ballot. Proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued. 

Absentee Voting Via MailRequests for a ballot to be mailed must be received no later than 5 p.m. on the Thursday preceding the election. Request ballots by visiting or by submitting a written request or completed absentee ballot application to the Clerk's office.   

In-Person Absentee VotingAbsentee voting in-person at the Clerk's office can be done Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. beginning two weeks prior to an electionThe deadline to vote in absentee in the Clerk's office is 5 p.m. on the Friday preceding the election.

Official site of the Village of Johnson Creek, Wisconsin