Your Village Government

The Village Board

Pepin is one of 395 villages in Wisconsin. We use the president-village board form of government. Our board has seven members who serve terms of two years. To serve on the board a person must be at least 18 years of age, be a US citizen and, be a resident of the Village of Pepin, Wisconsin.

Current members are:

  • President; Vern Seifert
  • Board Members; Joel Wener, Bill Wroblewski, Damon Ellison, Paul Riesgraf, David Brassfield

    • Attorney; Jon Seifert
    • Building Inspector; Dan Fedie
    • Assessor; Bill Briggs - Appraisal Services, Inc.

Village Administration Staff

The Village Clerk/Treasurer is appointed by the village board and serves as Administrative Assistant to the board.

The Clerk/Treasurer maintains all village board minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, deeds, leases, records and agreements. In addition to record keeping duties, the Clerk/Treasurer maintains the village calendar and schedules appointments, supervises Municipal Elections, provides Educational Training and serves as a liaison between the public and elected officials.

Our Mission is to provide reliable, responsive, quality services that enhance the safety, livability and prosperity of our community.


Mary Fayerweather

Clerk/Treasurer

Mary was raised in the Plum City/Stockholm/ Pepin area and graduated from Pepin High School. She and her husband Bob have three sons and two daughters as well as eight grandchildren.

Mary was employed for seventeen years at the Bank in Pepin. She began work at the Village in 1995. She has been involved with a number of community projects. She serves on numerous committees which include The Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum, and the annual Laura Ingalls Wilder Days celebration.

Mary says "The job has changed a great deal over the years. New technology has helped us manage all the new regulations that have evolved, but that has also required a lot of learning. Great customer service is our number one goal. Many folks stop in to our office in the Municipal Building but others call or use email. Basically, every day brings something new and that's just the way I like it."

Mary loves being with family, living in the Pepin area and, oh yes, golf! But everyone who knows Mary knows that about her. She says retirement is in her future, but we hope not too soon.



Tracey Seifert Photo

Police Department Administrative Assistant

In addition to her job as Administrative Assistant to the Pepin Police Department, Tracey is an EMT and serves as Treasurer for the Pepin Ambulance Service.

She enjoys working at Harbor View Cafe, as well as being involved in Cub Scouts, 4-H, Church and School activities.

Tracey and her husband Jon have 3 daughters and 1 son.