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Page last updated December 16, 2014

 

Property Taxes Have Been Mailed

The Village of Mukwonago real estate property taxes have been mailed out.  Amounts are now available online.

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Employment Opportunities

Public Works Crewman (Full-time), Firefighters/EMTs/Paramedics

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Winter Parking Regulations

If you park your vehicle on the street between November 1, 2014 and March 31, 2015, you are required to obtain a parking permit from the Mukwonago Police Department. 

 

During this time period, 30-minute-parking-only is permitted on street between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.  On even dates, you must park on the even side of the street, and on odd dates, you must park on the odd side of the street.  If you live in a subdivision where it is one-side parking all the time, you must park on that side every night.

 

The cost for permits is $55.00 for the season or $12.00 per month.  Permits MUST be posted where they are visible to the police officer (lower driver side corner of the dashboard not covered by the vehicle identification number).  Permits must be obtained at the Village of Mukwonago Police Department, 627 S. Rochester St.  For questions regarding permits, please call 262-363-6435.

 

If you do not have a parking permit, Section 82.191 of the Village of Mukwonago Municipal Code takes effect, and you will be issued a $15 parking citation.  Also, please remember that you cannot overnight park on a County or State highway for more than 30 minutes between hours of 2:00 am and 6:00 am during the winter months.

 

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. Obstructions of streets or alleys includes the depositing or placing of leaves, brush or snow into the street or alley."  Sec. 34-32 of the Municipal Code

 

Failure to comply with this ordinance will result in a citation from the Mukwonago Police Department.

 

Please Shovel Your Sidewalk

The owner, occupant or person in charge of each and every building or structure or unoccupied lot in the village fronting or abutting any street shall clean or cause to be cleaned the sidewalk in front of or adjoining each such home, building or unoccupied lot, as the case may be, of snow or ice to the width of such sidewalk within ten hours after snowfall ceases and shall cause the sidewalk to be kept clear from ice and snow, provided that when the ice has formed on any sidewalk so that it cannot be immediately removed, such persons shall keep the sidewalk sprinkled with sand or salt. Sec. 74-7 of the Municipal Code

 

Failure to comply with this ordinance will result in a citation from the Mukwonago Police Department.

 

Holiday Hours for Village Offices

Village Offices will be closed or open for limited hours on the following holidays.  The Police and Fire Departments will remain open 24 hours per day.

 

Wednesday, December 24, 2014 (Christmas Eve) - All Village Offices are closed.

Thursday, December 25, 2014 (Christmas Day) - All Village Offices are closed.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014 (New Year's Eve) - All Village Offices are closed.

Thursday, January 1, 2015 (New Year's Day) - All Village Offices are closed.

 

Operation Reassurance

Village and Town of Mukwonago Police Departments are pleased to announce a new program called "Operation Reassurance."  In communities such as ours, there are many people who live alone.  The Village and Town of Mukwonago Police Departments care about you and are concerned about your well being.  That is why we are offering a free program to Village of Mukwonago and Town of Mukwonago residents called “Operation Reassurance”. 

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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.

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Do Not Place Signs in Right-of-Ways

No sign other than those expressly exempted under Sec. 100-517 of the Municipal Code shall be erected, placed, located or maintained within the limits of any street or highway. Street or highway limits include all the dedicated rights-of-way, encompassing the traveled portion of the highway, the shoulders, ditches and adjacent dedicated areas. This prohibition applies to freestanding signs and those placed on trees, utility poles, fence post stakes and all other structures within the highway limits.

 

Any sign in violation of this section may be removed by the village or its agent without notice or compensation.  Sec. 100-514 of the Municipal Code

 

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.  Sec. 14-55 of the Municipal Code

 

Failure to comply with this ordinance will result in a citation from the Mukwonago Police Department.

 

 

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