Village Hall Update

Village Hall Update

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Greendale Village Hall
6500 Northway
Greendale, WI 53129

Your bi-weekly news update from the Village of Greendale including important announcements, a look back at recent events and a look forward at the upcoming events in Greendale, Wisconsin. 


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Village Board Meeting in Review

At the June 1st Board meeting the Board approved the following items:

  • The annual renewals for beverage operator, class A, B and C Liquor/Beer/Wine licenses.
  • A parade permit for the Ethan’s Run Against Addiction, which was taking place mostly within the City of Greenfield but would be coming down Edgerton Avenue in Greendale.
  • A proclamation for an Eagle Scout.

June 19th Village Board Meeting Preview
The Board will consider approving:

  • A change to the Crossing Guard Program.  Currently the Crossing Guards are Village employees, but the Police Department has had trouble filling the positions so they are proposing contracting out the service.  Many other municipalities are already doing this.
  • A resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of $2,655,000 water system revenue bonds.  These bonds will be used towards the 2018 Capital Improvement projects for replacement of water mains.
  • A resolution authorizing the sale of $1,680,000 in taxable general obligation community development bonds.  These bonds will be used for Tax Incremental District Number 4 (Greenbelt Apartments).
  • Authorization for staff to apply for a water utility rate increase with the Public Service Commission in order to cover the costs of debt payments for the water main improvement projects.
  • A resolution acknowledging the filing of the Village’s 2017 Sanitary Sewer Compliance Maintenance Report with the Department of Natural Resources.
  • A proclamation for an Eagle Scout.

The Board will also discuss, but take no action, on ways to mitigate potential parking problems on Village streets, which may be caused by the development of BallPark Commons in Franklin.

To view the full agenda:  

Other Information

WE Energies Gas Main Replacement Project: From mid-May to September WE Energies will be replacing a 16 inch high pressure gas main which runs along 51st Street from the border with the City of Franklin north to Grange Avenue and along Grange to a point just west of the intersection of 76th Street and Grange Avenue.  More information on this may be found on the Village website:


Spring Gallery Night: Friday June 15th, 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Village Nites on the Green concert series begins on Sunday June 17th

Saturday Night Fun on the Green concert series begins on Saturday June 23rd

Downtown Markets will begin on Saturday June 23rd 8:00 am – noon

Lions Family 4th Fest: July 3- July 7th, Gazebo Park