Licenses - Information, How & Where to Apply

City of Middleton Code


Licenses and Forms
                                                  Liquor Licensing Forms


Alarm License
Bicycle License
Cigarette License
Direct Seller's Permit
   Direct Seller's and Solicitor's Brochure
Entertainment Club License
Mobile Food Establishment
Mobile Food Operator
   Mobile Food Establishment Brochure
Outdoor Amplified Sound Permit
Secondhand Dealer / Pawnbroker License
Sidewalk Café Permit
Solicitor’s Permit
   Direct Seller's and Solicitor's Brochure
Special Assessment
Special Events Permit
Liquor License (New)     Liquor License (Renewal)
     Liquor Licenses and Fee Schedule
     Wisconsin Alcohol and Tobacco Laws for Retailers
     Middleton Police Department Alcohol Letter
Auxiliary Questionnaire
Appointment of Agent     Change of Agent
Operator's License (New)
Operator License (Renewal)
Temporary Operator’s License
Operator’s Licenses and Fee Schedule
Expanded Premise Permit
Temporary “B” Picnic License



Dog Licensing


State and municipal law (City of Middleton Code - Chapter 7) requires that all dogs five months and older be licensed with the city each calendar year. If you are licensing your dog for the first time or you have recently vaccinated your dog, a rabies certificate must be presented at the time of licensing. The city is proud to offer low cost fees for licensing as listed below.

Licensing your dog is a requirement of the city. If your pet were to stray, the tag is a valuable resource to help bring them back home quickly.

Dog & Cat Limit


16.05(17) No person shall harbor, shelter or possess more than five dogs or cats or any combination thereof upon a single premises,

Costs Per Calendar Year


  • Un-spayed or Un-neutered $25
  • Spayed or Neutered $20

Apply Online


**NOTE**
there is a additional service fee when applying online.  If you are not willing to pay this fee do not submit through the online system, either apply in person or by mail.

When applying online you will need to:

  1. Complete and submit the Dog License Application Form
  2. Upload rabies certificate for each dog
  3. Make automatic debit payment from your checking/savings through Payment Services Network (step-by-step payment instructions)            

Apply In Person


Apply in person at City Hall, Monday-Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

 When applying in person, you will need to provide the following:
  1. Proof of current rabies vaccination
  2. Proof of spaying or neutering (if applicable)

Apply By Mail


To obtain your license by mail, send us the following:
  1. A completed Dog License Application Form
    Applications cannot be transmitted by fax or through email, they must be mailed along with your payment and any other necessary documents.
  2. Proof of current rabies vaccination.
  3. Proof of spaying or neutering (if applicable).
  4. A check (made payable to City of Middleton) according to the fee schedule listed above.
  5. A self-addressed stamped business-size envelope for the return of your documents and your new license.
Mail to:
City Clerk
7426 Hubbard Ave.
Middleton, WI 53562


Dane County Dog Parks


Dane County Dog Park Permits are also available. They are good at all Dane County Dog Parks for the calendar year.


Costs


  • Annual Permit: $35
  • Senior/ Disabled (65+): $17
  • Additional Tag or Replacement $17

Apply In Person


When applying in person, you will need to provide the following:
1. Proof of current dog license (license #).

Apply By Mail


To obtain your license by mail, send us the following:
  1. A completed Dog Park Permit Form. Applications cannot be transmitted by fax or through email, they must be mailed along with your payment and any other necessary documents.
  2. Proof of current dog license.
  3. A check (made payable to City of Middleton) according to the fee schedule listed above.
  4. A self-addressed stamped business size envelope for the return of your documents and your new permit.
Mail to:
City Clerk
7426 Hubbard Ave.
Middleton, WI 53562


More Information


Please see the Middleton Public Lands Department for more information on the City of Middleton Parks and Dog Park.