Administration Department


Contact Us

  • Scott A. Heinig

  • Fax: (608) 526-4357

  • 421 S. Main St.
    P.O. Box 158
    Holmen, WI 54636

  • Office Hours:
    Monday – Friday
    8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

The Village Administrator is the Village’s CEO and is responsible to the Village Board as the community’s leader, for overseeing, developing, implementing and maintaining the Village’s overall municipal government operations.

The Administrator is the direct supervisor of all Village Department Heads and managerial staff. Additionally, the Administrator also serves as the Village’s Human Resource Director; serves as the Village’s Planning and Community, Economic Development Director; negotiates and oversees all Village contracts; and ensures the enforcement of all Village ordinances, policies and procedures adopted by the Village Board.

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To provide excellence in the delivery of municipal services, while preserving and enhancing the image of the community, through honest, fair, ethical, accountable and fiscally responsible leadership and team dedication.

Integrity, Accountability and Credibility from:

  • Honesty
  • Fairness
  • Professional Ethics
  • Respect
  • Dedication
SERVICE to the public is our fundamental reason for being. We strive to create a welcoming organization that achieves true excellence in customer service and overall delivery with anyone whom we may interact.

COOPERATION between department management and members of Village staff is essential to creating a highly efficient and smoothly operating organization. We strive to take care of each other internally at all times.
PARTNERSHIPS and external collaborative efforts promote regional relationships and are essential to creating sound governmental efficiencies. We will maintain positive attitudes and promote opportunities to enhance relationships with other public entities, the business community, nonprofit organizations and citizens.

DILIGENCE is the foundation of our work ethic. We challenge and inspire all staff to be efficient and effective in carrying out day-to-day tasks and activities.

ACCOUNTABILITY is vital to maintaining public trust. We achieve accountability through ensuring each staff members is dedicated to the core values of integrity and high credibility, and by adopting and enforcing policies, procedures and processes that serve our public effectively.

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY is fundamental to the way we conduct business. We maximize our human, physical and financial resources in order to provide effective stewardship of public funds.

COMMUNICATION and an informed citizenry are essential to the democratic process. We are committed to providing citizens with relevant, accurate and timely information about our goals, services and the decisions that will affect them or our partners.

INNOVATION and creativity shape our future. We encourage staff to challenge the status quo and discover new ideas or better methods. We foster staff development in order to respond to changing needs in our community.

SAFETY is critical to a high standard of living. We protect the citizenry through quality zoning ordinances, regulatory oversight and enforcement of the law.

IMAGE is central to our community. Preservation and enhancement of the visual community ensures that current and future generations will benefit from living in a beautiful, well planned community, that preserves our heritage, culture and maintains community pride.

From the Administrator

New Polling Locations for Holmen in 2024

Beginning in 2024, the Village will have two polling locations for elections. With the extreme growth of the community, it was no longer effective to have just one polling location to host elections. Thus, both the Village Hall (same location) and the Village Public Library (additional location) will be utilized, splitting the voting wards into two locations. The new polling separates the “western” areas of Holmen which will now vote at the Library (Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 12), from the “eastern” areas of Holmen which will continue to vote at the Village Hall (Wards 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11). The separating line from the South to the North, follows along Holmen Drive, then to and along the Halfway Creek and then to and along Hwy. V (separating the community into West—Library and East—Village Hall). More information will be sent out to all voters in the coming months.