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85th Anniversary Subcommittee Seeking Volunteers

In 2023, the Village will be celebrating its 85th Anniversary.  The Village Board created a subcommittee of the Public Celebrations Committee to plan for special events to celebrate the Villages 85th.  The Village is seeking volunteers to serve on this Committee. Read More

May 17th Village Board Meeting Rescheduled

The May 17th Village Board meeting has been rescheduled to Tuesday May 24th at 7:00 pm.

No Mow May

At a Special Village Board meeting held on April 26th the Board approved an ordinance change that would allow property owners to participate in "No Mow May".  No Mow May has become a popular initiative that encourages people to stop mowing or less often for the month of May.  Letting your grass and weeds grow during the month of May provides a pollinator-friendly habitat in the early growing season for bees, butterflies and other insects.  Participation is completely voluntary.  The Village, as well as Greendale Schools, will be participating in certain green space areas, and signage will be placed by those areas.  There are other ways to promote a pollinator friendly habitat such as reducing pesticide usage and planting pollinator friendly plants.

There will be a limited number of No Mow May signs available to purchase at the Welcome Center starting on Thursday May 5th, for $20 a sign. Read More

2022 Capital Projects - Road Rehabilitation, Street Lighting, Water Mains and Pathways

In the Budget the Village Board added approximately $5 million in additional funding for Capital projects in 2022.  The additional funding will help the Village catch up on deferred maintenance for road rehabilitation, street lighting, water mains and pathways.  A list of projects were bid out, including a number of alternate projects that would be considered depending on how bid pricing came in.   The Board reviewed and approved the bids at their meeting on February 15th.  All projects that were bid out will be completed in 2022. Read More

Village Board Adopts Resolution to Acquire and Extinguish Out-Dated Restrictons on Southridge Mall property

The Village Board approved a resolution at their June 1st meeting that will work to acquire the restrictive covenants governing the 100-acre Southridge Mall property and extinguish those which encumber all parcels associated with the mall and significantly limit redevelopment opportunites. Read More

Refuse and Recycling Center New Hours

The New Recycling Center hours will take effect March 1, 2022 and are listed below.

  • Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 7:00AM-3:00PM
  • Tuesday and Thursday Closed
  • Saturday (April-December) 8:00AM-4:00PM
  • Saturday (December-March) 9:00AM-1:00PM



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Village Board appoints new Village Manager

When Todd Michaels announced his retirement after over 24 years of service with the Village, the Village Board conducted a nationwide recruitment to fill the position of Village Manager.

After reviewing numerous applications, four were selected to meet via teleconference.  Following the interviews, the Village Board selected three finalists.  One of the finalists removed themselves from consideration. The remaining two finalists participated in a battery of examinations, which included an open forum with residents. 


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Redevelopment of former Boston Store Site to include Apartments and Retail

At the December 21st Board meeting the Board approved a redevelopment agreement for the former Boston Store site with Barrett Lo Visionary Development.  The proposed redevelopment will include a mix of retail and apartments.  Please see attached press release for additional information. Read More

2022 Adopted Budget

The Village Board adopted the 2022 Budget at their meeting held on November 16, 2021. Read More

April Utility Bills

Please note that the back of the utility bills sent in April include the incorrect rates.  The back of the bill shows the 2021 rates instead of the 2022 rates.  The bills were calculated using the correct rates.  To find the current rates please click here.


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For more information on COVID-19 please click on this message for a link to the Health Department page.

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