Living in Lake Country
Mukwonago resides at the intersection of life, leisure and economic leadership. Minutes from Milwaukee with convenient access to Chicago and Madison, Mukwonago couples urban amenities with a quaint small-town lifestyle. It’s where open spaces, parks and waterways converge with academic achievement, safe surroundings and economic opportunity. Mukwonago was featured in the 2015 Niche Rating as one of the best towns in Wisconsin to raise a family.
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Our school district ranks nationally for academic achievement. Our commitment to advance what matters to those who live, work and play in Mukwonago is on display daily. And, because of our people and because of our relentless pursuit of prosperity, we’re committed to breaking down barriers to smart growth and advancing quality of life.
Comprehensive Planning Updates
The Village of Mukwonago seeks input from residents as we update our Comprehensive Plan. This plan guides development within the Village. To ensure residents have a voice in the process, we’ve taken several steps. We’ve formed a representative steering committee comprised of private residents. These residents will make recommendations to Village officials. We’ve assembled background materials to inform the process. And, finally, we created a form for residents to submit comments and questions. Click here to learn more.
Beginning on Wednesday, February 22, load limit signs will be placed along Village roadways restricting heavy vehicle traffic in excess of 8 tons.read more
Mukwonago Fire Dept. is issuing free smoke detectors available for Village and Town of residents.read more
Applications always accepted.read more
Please do not obstruct streets and alley ways with snow or leaves.read more
Applications accepted until 12:00 P.M. February 24, 2017.read more
The Mukwonago Fire Department is requesting that residents and business owners keep fire hydrants on or adjacent to their property free from obstruction of snow during the winter season.read more
Sec. 74-8 of the Municipal Code requires sidewalks to be shoveled no later than 24 hours after snowfall.read more
The Village Board adopted the Update to Comprehensive Plan 2035 on November 29, 2016.read more