Located in the southeast corner of Wisconsin, the Town of Randall formed when Kenosha County was created from a much larger Racine County in 1850. The Town of Randall boundaries were determined by splitting the Town of Wheatland, to the north, in half. The Town received its name from the then seated Wisconsin Governor, Alexander Randall. The Town Hall shown as it is today was built in 1938 for a cost of $5,500 which did not include the land. That was an additional $150.00! Today the Town of Randall is home for about 3,184 residents.
The Town Board of Randall meets the second and fourth Thursday each month at 7:00 at the Town Hall. The Plan Commission and Town Board meet the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 at the Town Hall.
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