Challenges & Opportunities
Please visit Mayor Tom Mlada's page for a message regarding City Challenges and Opportunities for the remainder of 2017.
Visit the City of Port Washington Proclamations page to see the proclamation presented for Volunteer Appreciation Month.
2017 Parks Plus
The new 2017 Parks Plus from the City of Port Washington Parks & Recreation Department is out! View it here: https://www.flipsnack.com/9A56C5EBDC9/parks-plus-2017.html.
2017-2018 Wisconsin Municipal Guide
For a listing of contacts at Wisconsin Municipalities, State and Regional Contacts, State Assembly, State Senate and U.S. Congress, please visit the 2017-2018 Wisconsin Municipal Guide.
You may view election results after any election by visiting the Ozaukee County Elections page.
2017 Street and Water Main Improvement Project
On Monday, April 3, the City's contractor, Dorner Inc., will begin working on the 2017 Street and Water Main Improvement Project. Main St. will be closed and parking will be prohibited between Wisconsin St. and Franklin St. This work will take approximately three weeks. Also scheduled for Monday, April 3rd on Harrison St. and Dodge St., the pavement over the water main trenches will be pulverized and compacted. The watermain and street improvements are otherwise scheduled to proceed as follows:
April 6 - June 10: N. Harrison St. (Jackson to Dodge)
May 5 - June 26: W. Dodge St. (Webster St. to Wisconsin St.)
May 26 - August 11: N. Montgomery St. (Dodge St. to Walters St.)
July 9 - September 1: W. Pierre Lane (Montgomery to Wisconsin)
July 18 - September 1: W. Walters St. (Holden to Wisconsin)
July 18 - September 1: N. Holden St. (Walters to Jefferson)
All roads will be closed to through traffic, but abutting residents will have access to their driveways except when they are being re-constructed.
The schedule is subject to change based on weather, utility conflicts, and other factors. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me or the City’s Project Representative, Robin Semanko, 414-403-0895.
New City Assessors
The City of Port Washington has new assessors, who may be going door to door, leaving postcards. Their contact information is: Ryan Andersen, Associated Appraisal Consultants, 1314 W. College Ave., P.O. Box 2111, Appleton, WI 54912-2111, Phone: 1-800-721-4157, Fax: 920-731-4158, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.apraz.com.
Answers Regarding Surplus Lands In Downtown Port Washington
Questions have been raised as to why the City is in a “rush to sell” public land, in particular, downtown parking lots. For more information, please click here.
The City of Port Washington is accepting applications for part-time summer positions in the Water, Wastewater and Street Departments. Please visit our Employment page for more information.
After two years of planning work and securing of necessary funds, our City of Port Washington begins work on Monday to completely transform the gateway entrance to the North breakwater! The crane is poised and ready for action! Visit our Breakwater News page for more information.
Cross Connection Control Program
Port Washington is currently replacing water meters throughout the City at residential home sites. During the water meter replacement visit, the meter technician will also conduct a Cross Connection Safety Survey of certain connections to the internal water supply. Areas of the survey include outside hose connections, irrigation systems, boilers and water softeners. Download an informational brochure or visit: City of Port Washington Cross Connection Control Program.
It's Here! City-Branded Merchandise
You may now purchase City of Port Washington branded merchandise! Please click here for more information or visit the "Shop Now" button below.
Comprehensive Plan: 2035
Click here to view the City of Port Washington Comprehensive Plan.
2016 Consumer Confidence/Water Quality Report
The new City of Port Washington 2016 Consumer Confidence Report is now available to view online. Click here to view.