On May 15th the Village Board held a Special meeting and passed a resolution opposing the Greendale Health Order. The resolution does not change the order, but indicates the Village Board's position on continued restrictions. Attached is the press release.
The Police Department will begin enforcing night time parking restrictions on June 1st. Please see the Police Department page for information on how to obtain a parking permit.
On May 13th the Wisconsin Supreme Court overruled the Wisconsin Safer at Home order. The Public Health Officers of Milwaukee County have issued their own order, which is in effect until 11:59 pm on May 21st. The order is similar to the Safer at Home restrictions with some modifications, see attachment for the full order.
With the Village Hall being closed you may pay your water bill online, by mailing it in, or by leaving it in the Village's drop box in the parking lot.
We have been receiving a number of questions regarding the bill amounts. In July 2019 a letter was sent out to all water bill users (attached) stating that there will be an additional $16.50 (for the average customer with a 5/8 meter) added to water bills for public fire protection. There is also a rate increase that went into effect on this water bill. Additionally, we had to estimate a large number of bills due to a server crash of the meter reading software. If the estimated bill is higher than the customer believes is appropriate the next bill will reflect the actual usage and it will balance out on the next bill.
Please click here for updates on Village facilities/services during this COVID-19 outbreak
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 Emergency Response activation, all Greendale Health Department services have been reduced to essential services and staff are working on confirmed cases and contacts and assisting other health departments. For up-to-date details, Please click here for the latest information on the virus.
In an effort to reduce the spread in larger contained gatherings, we will not have activities in the Hose Tower, or have the Chili Cook off. However, all of the Greendale Businesses will still be open, see the updated flyer with specials/activities/food & drinks! Please come down to support our small businesses and restaurants in Greendale!
Again, as recommended by the Health Department, please look at your own risk factors in making your decision to attend, & use good hygiene practices: Cough into your elbow/sleeve, NOT your hand. You should STAY HOME if you are ill, wash your hands, avoid close contact with people who are sick, disinfect objects and surfaces.
Attached is the 2020 Adopted Budget
The School District recently initiated a community-wide inclusion effort. Beyond the School District the process included members of the Village of Greendale, as well as residents and community leaders. To view a copy of the Greendale Welcomes Diversity Action Plan please click here.
The Concept Plan now includes parcels and a street network to allow for a cohesive multi-use district that transitions in scale between Southridge and the small-scale Historic Greendale fabric. The Village is working with three potential tenants for this area. Please click here to see the Master Plan Study for the South End of the Southridge Mall Area.
The Village of Greendale is embarking on a process to update its Comprehensive Plan – a document that will guide the growth of the Village over the course of the next decade. A public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday November 19th at 7:00 pm during the Regular Village Board meeting. To view a copy of the current comprehensive plan click here.
Dick's Sporting Goods and Round 1 Bowling and Amusement Complex will be moving into the former Sears store at Southridge Mall. Please click on the press release for additional information.
Attached is a copy of the draft TIF plan. There will be a public hearing on this issue at the March 14th Plan Commission meeting.
The Police Department has put together a Home Security handbook to assist residents with reducing the chance of being burglarized, click here for additional information.
On January 2, 2018 the Village Board approved a resolution objecting to development at The Rocks Sports Complex/Ballpark Commons in the City of Franklin. Attached is the press release that was prepared and a copy of the resolution.
Please see the attached letter from the Greendale Police Department regarding safety tips. Maximum Number of Pets
Previously the Village only permitted a maximum of 2 pets per household per ordinance (any combination of cats and/or dogs). The Village Board recently reviewed this ordinance and compared to other area communities to see what their restrictions are for maximum number of pets.
Earlier this year we learned that Sears was closing hundreds of stores across the nation. We later learned that the Sears store at Southridge was closing. Since hearing this news the Village Board has met to discuss plans to redevelop the north anchor site. Over the past couple of months the Village has met with representatives from the owners of the north anchor site, Seritage Growth Properties. We have also met with representatives from the City of Greenfield since part of the site is located in Greenfield. Discussions with Seritage have gone very well. Seritage, Greenfield and the Village are working on a redevelopment plan for the north anchor site. (Village of Greendale Press Release)
The Police Department is still collecting unused prescription medication, but there are some changes to the program. See the attached press release for more information. Proposed Canterbury Heights Downtown Greendale Revitalization Project
At the August 6th Community Development Authority (CDA) Meeting the CDA recommended a tentative Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) boundary for downtown Greendale.Fire Department page for information on this recall.
For more information on how to purchase a garbage cart please click here.