VILLAGE NEWS STORIES
Village Board Adopts 2023 Budget
2022 Community Survey Results
A total of 802 responses were submitted to the Village of Greendale Community Survey administered in August 2022, representing 13.9% of all Village households. The survey results will serve as a guide to the Village Board in future decision processes. A survey results report is now available to download.
Village to Consider Creation of TID #6 for Boston Store Redevelopment
2022 Property Tax Bills
Property tax payments may be paid online, mailed in, placed in the Village Hall drop box or paid in person at Village Hall. Village Hall is open Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Holiday hours at Village Hall are as follows:
Friday December 23rd: Closed
Monday December 26th: Closed
Monday January 2nd: Closed
Water Meter Replacement Project
The meter installation will start in the West side of the Village. You will receive a welcome letter a few weeks prior to the installers being in your area. After that you will receive a letter with instructions on how to schedule an appointment for your water meter replacement.
Fall Leaf Collection
After November 11th the crews will work from the East side of the Village to the West side of the Village (This might not be on your recycling day) until collections aren’t needed or a major snow fall occurs. If we receive a large enough snow fall at any time that requires the Department to plow the streets, leaf collection will have to end. We use the same equipment for leaf collection as we do for snow removal and public safety is our number one priority.
Bus Route Changes
For more information on the route changes please visit:
For more information on Route 76 please visit:
Pedestrian Improvements on Broad Street
This project will begin in early October and take approximately 3 weeks to complete. While the construction is going on a portion of Broad Street will be closed, and the detour route will be Parking Street. The parking lots for the Downtown businesses will still be accessible during the construction.
The project will involve constructing fa lat-topped speed hump (similar to a speed table) designed to physically limit the speed at which a vehicle can traverse it.
Village Board Adopts Resolution to Acquire and Extinguish Out-Dated Restrictons on Southridge Mall property
Redevelopment of former Boston Store Site to include Apartments and Retail
On December 21, 2021 the Greendale Village Board approved Barrett Lo Visionary Development’s proposal for a mixed-use development at the site of the former Boston Store property at Southridge Mall that will bring upscale market-rate apartment options for residents, modern retail amenities and significant new tax base to the community.