Welcome to the official Village of Mukwonago website. Mukwonago is a thriving community rich in historical integrity while balancing a guided plan for future development and redevelopment.
We are located 30 miles west of Milwaukee at the intersection of Highway ‘83’ and Interstate ’43.’ We are home to more than 7,400 residents and numerous commercial and industrial businesses. The Village prides itself on balancing quality of life with economic well-being.
Village Offices Closed on Labor Day
The Village Hall, DPW, Water and Sewer Departments, and the Mukwonago Community Library will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2014, for observance of Labor Day.
Bulky-item Garbage Collection Changes to Bi-Monthly
Beginning January 2014, the bulky-item garbage collection will occur on the first Wednesday of odd-numbered months.
Proper Disposal of Household Sharps
Waukesha County would like to remind residents that improperly disposing of medical sharps poses a public health risk along with the potential to injure haulers and recycling facility workers. To reduce public health risks, Wisconsin rules require all citizens to manage sharps safely. It is illegal to put sharps in the trash or with recyclables and there are several options for safe disposal.
Do Not Throw Leaves, Brush, Grass Clippings or Snow in Street
All obstructions of streets, alleys, sidewalks or crosswalks and all excavations in or under the same, except as permitted by the ordinances of the village or which, although made in accordance with such ordinances, are kept or maintained for an unreasonable or illegal length of time after the purpose thereof has been accomplished.
Residential Cross Connection Inspections
Cross Connection inspections are required by the Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) to be completed every 10 years. Cross connections are prohibited on all municipal, commercial, industrial, and residential buildings.
Do Not Place Signs in Right-of-Ways
No sign shall be erected, placed, located or maintained within the limits of any street or highway.
Please Pick Up After Your Animals
The Village Department of Public Works would like to remind citizens that it is unlawful to allow fecal matter from pets to accumulate on any street, alley or other public or private property unless it is immediately removed.