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City of Port Washington - News And Information Archive - 2017

November - 2017

Employment Opportunity
The City of Port Washington Adult Community Senior Center has a part-time position available for Senior Center Assistant. Please visit our City of Port Washington Employment page for more information.

BREAKING NEWS - PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER ORDER LIFTED - UPDATED
The City of Port Washington's Precautionary Water Boil Order is no longer in effect as of 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 16, 2017. All water samples have come back as safe.

Holiday Hours
City Hall will be closed Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th. City Hall will reopen on Monday, November 27th. Happy Holidays!

ALERT - PRECAUTIONARY BOIL WATER ORDER - UPDATED
On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, we had a complete loss of water pressure in the affected area of west of South Park Street and south of West Grand Avenue due to an accident. A driver hit the fire hydrant with her car causing the complete loss of pressure in portions of the area mentioned above. Click here for a map.

Wisconsin DNR requires us to collect 5 - 10 water samples following a loss of water pressure in the area and recommends that you do not drink or use it for potable purposes until samples verify that it is safe. You may use the water for washing and flushing, but not for drinking. Continue to drink water from bottled water, or boil your water for I minute and cool it before drinking it until we notify you the water tested "safe".

Water tests take at least 24 hours. We have been collecting water samples and hope to have results by tonight, Thursday, November 16, 2017 , to be able to notify residents that the water is safe again.

The Precautionary Water Boil Order for the City of Port Washington continues to be in effect until Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. or until notified by the City.

If you have any questions, please call: Water Filtration Plant at 262-284-2172 or Department of Public Works at 262-284-2600.

Holiday Craft & Bake Sale
The Port Washington Adult Community Senior Center is hosting their Holiday Craft & Bake Corner With Silent Auction, November 13th through December 6th, 2017. Click here for more information.

Downtown Building Heights
Permitted building heights in the downtown area have been evolving over the past 45 years. The 1962 Comprehensive Plan contained a zoning ordinance where the maximum permitted building height be 85 feet in the B4 (Central Business District), which was later codified in the 1970 zoning ordinance. In the 1980’s through the creation of overlay districts, the height limit was modified to make the area east of Franklin Street to the lake 35 feet by right but up to 85 feet by conditional use and a simple majority vote. The intent was to create an outer bowl of taller buildings which remained at 85 feet. During this time, a local businessman proposed a high-rise in the vicinity of E. Pier and Jackson Streets which was not constructed but the Lighthouse Condominium project on N. Lake Street was approved. In 2004, in reaction to the Lighthouse Condos, the overlay districts were repealed and the maximum permitted height for new buildings was still 35 feet but could be increased to 61 feet (the average height of Harbor Square) by special exception and a 2/3 vote. At the time of this new ordinance, an inventory of building heights was undertaken and it determined that 26 buildings exceeded 35 feet. Under this ordinance, a special exception for Harbour Lights was approved. In 2014, the Council agreed that each project requesting a special exception would be decided on its merits and that 61 feet was an arbitrary maximum height and it was repealed. Site and building design would be taken into consideration when considering a special exception and a 2/3 vote would still be required.

Birchwood Hills Update
Wetland Restoration is scheduled to begin work the week of November 13th, 2017. The work will mainly be done on Tuesday, November 14th and should take one day to complete. It involves a mini excavator removing existing drain tile and re-creating natural drainage patterns. This will serve to improve water quality and re-establish the native eco-system. For more information, please click here.

I-43 Detour in 2018
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation plans to diamond grind 17 miles of I-43 from mid-August 2018 to mid-December 2018 in Ozaukee County. The project will include several safety upgrades too. To facilitate this fast track project schedule, WisDOT is proposing to close I-43 during the evening hours and detour evening traffic onto local and county roadways. For more details on the traffic control staging/detour plans, please click here.

Newest Proclamations
Please visit our Proclamations page to view the proclamations presented at the 11/07/17 Common Council meeting honoring Business Appreciation Month and World Diabetes Day.

October - 2017

Employment Opportunity
The City of Port Washington Adult Community Senior Center has two part-time positions available for Senior Center Assistant and Environmental Maintenance. Please visit our City of Port Washington Employment page for more information.

Drug Take Back Day
Saturday, October 28, 2017 - Ozaukee County Transit Building, 741 W. Oakland Ave., Port Washington. Bring your expired/unwanted prescription medicatiaon. Safe disposal saves lives! For more information and other locations, please click here.

Character Counts 11th Anniversary Celebration
You are invited to the Character Counts! 11th Anniversary Celebration at the W.J. Niederkorn Library on Monday, October 16, 2017, from 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Please click here for more information.

Manufacturing Day
Four City of Port Washington manufacturing companies will be opening their doors to local high school and technical college students and interested parents on Friday, October 6th, 2017 as part of a collaborative celebration of "National Manufacturing Day." Click here for more information.

September - 2017

Newest Proclamations
Proclamations honoring Kleen Test Products and Senior Center Appreciation Month were read at the September 19th Common Council meeting. To view the proclamations, please visit our City of Port Washington Proclamations page.

Notice of Vacancy For Office of Alderperson - District/Ward 4
The City of Port Washington is accepting applications/resumes to fill a vacancy in the office of District/Ward 4 Alderperson. The Common Council will interview qualified applicants at a meeting in Open Session on November 7, 2017. This appointment runs until the next Municipal Election on April 3, 2017. Please click here for more information.

2017 Brush Pick-Up Schedule
Click here for the 2017 City of Port Washington Brush Pick-Up Schedule, or visit our Public Works page for more information.

Aging Mastery Program
Live better with the Aging Mastery Program! Baby Boomers and older adults are invited to attend the Aging Mastery Program's (AMP) fun, engaging, innovative classes! As part of the course you will make and maintain small changes in 3 key aspects of your life: Physical Health, Financial Health and Life Enrichment. Visit the City of Port Washington Adult Community Senior Center page for more information.

Newest Proclamation
Captain Michael Keller was honored with a proclamation for 40 years of service with the Port Washington Police Department. Please visit our Proclamations page for more information.

Trick-Or-TreatTrick or Treat - City of Port Washington
Trick or Treating for the City of Port Washington will be Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

For more information from the Port Washington Police Department on how to make your Halloween safe and fun, please click here.

Alderman Resigns
At the Common Council meeting on 09/05/17, Alderman Doug Biggs (District 4) read his letter of resignation to be effective at 5:00 p.m. on September 15, 2017. Mayor Mlada and Aldermen along with City Staff would like to thank Alderman Biggs for his years of hard work and dedicated service to the City of Port Washington. The process to fill this vacancy for the remainder of the term of office will be discussed at the next Common Council meeting on September 19th.

August - 2017

City Newsletter
The Fall 2017 City Newsletter is here. To view it and past issues, please visit our City Newsletter page.

Hydrant Flushing
The City of Port Washington Water Department will be flushing hydrants in the City during the weeks of September 11 – 15, 2017, September 18 – 22, 2017, September 25 – 29, 2017 and October 2 – 6, 2017. Because of the possibility of discoloring of your water due to disturbance of mains, we advise if it is at all possible, that you refrain from washing clothes between the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during these weeks. If you have any questions, please contact David Kleckner, Water Superintendent at 262-284-2172.

2017 Marina Study - Updated
The 2017 City of Port Washington Marina Study is available for download and viewing. Click here.

Road Closures
On Monday, August 14, David Tenor Contractors will mobilize at the former City car trailer parking lot to begin work relocating the City’s gravity sanitary sewer and force main that currently bisect the parking lot between Washington and Pier St. This work will result in street closures on Washington, Pier, and Lake St. Access to the marina will be maintained at all times, however, while work is occurring at the intersection of Washington/Lake, marina access will only be available by cutting through the marina parking lot. This work is scheduled to take approximately three weeks to complete.

The City’s on-site representative will be Jason Nyenhuis from Ruekert and Mielke. He can be reached at 414-588-3167. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact City Engineer Rob Vanden Noven at 262-284-2600.

Updated - 2017 Street and Water Main Improvement Project
Below is the updated 2017 Street and Water Main Improvement Project estimated dates.

For Dodge, Montgomery, Pierre and Harrison:
    August 14-25 - Landscape restoration
    August 14-30 - Adjust manholes, repair water valve boxes
    August 31-September 1 - Asphalt final surface

For Walters and Holden:
    August 11-18 - Curb, gutter and concrete flatwork
    August 16-18 - Prepping terrace landscape
    August 21-23 - Street grading
    August 23 - Adjust manholes
    August 24-25 - Asphalt-Binder (lower layer)
    August 28-31 - Landscaping (topsoil and seed)
    August 31-September 1 - Asphalt-Surface

All roads will be remain 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 City Engineer Rob Vanden Noven at 262-284-2600 or the City’s New Project Representative, Ross Kroeger, 262-483-6004, rkroeger@ci.port-washington.wi.us.

Denis Sullivan - This Weekend!
Come aboard the world's only three-masted re-creation of the 19th century Great Lakes cargo schooner. During this All-Ages/Family Friendly 2-hour sail, you'll be invited to help set the sails and take a turn at the helm. Or simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. Tickets are selling fast - spots are still open for the Sunset Cruise on Friday, August 11th from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. and also the 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. sail on Saturday, August 12th.

July - 2017

Water Rate Increase
The Port Washington Municipal Water Utility has filed an application with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW) to increase water rates, which has been approved. The increase is necessary due to a 23% increase in utility plant investment and a 6% increase in operating expenses in the 9 years since the last water rate case in 2008. A typical residential customer's bill will rise 4%, beginning with the December 1, 2017 billing. Click here for Authorized Water Rates And Rules, the Public Notice and the PSC (Public Service Commission) Report.

Employment Opportunity
The W.J. Niederkorn Libary is accepting applications for the part-time position of Shelver/Page. Visit our Employment page for more information and an application.

Garbage Pick-Up For The Week of July 3rd
Monday's pick up is on Monday
No Pick up on Tuesday
Tuesday's pick up is on Wednesday
Wednesday's pick up is on Thursday
Friday's pick up is on Saturday
If you have any questions, please call 262-284-2600.

June - 2017

Updated - 2017 Street and Water Main Improvement Project
Below is the updated 2017 Street and Water Main Improvement Project estimated dates.

April 6 - June 30: N. Harrison St. (Jackson to Dodge)
April 6 - June 30: W. Dodge St. (Milwaukee St. to Wisconsin St.)
May 26 - August 11: W. Dodge St. (Milwaukee St. to Webster St.)
May 26 - August 11: N. Montgomery St. (Dodge St. to Walters St.)
May 26 - August 11: W. Pierre Lane (Montgomery to Wisconsin)
June 26 - September 1: W. Walters St. (Holden to Wisconsin)
June 26 - 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 City Engineer Rob Vanden Noven at 262-284-2600 or the City’s Project Representative, Robin Semanko, 414-403-0895.

Welcoming Our Visitors From Sassnitz, Germany!
The City of Port Washington is hosting a welcome gathering for visitors from our Sister City in Sassnitz, Germany. The gathering will include a brief time to socialize, followed by a presentation. The event is free and open to the public - W.J. Niederkorn Library Community Room, Thursday, June 29th, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Hope to see you there!

Recent Development Projects
Recent development projects reviewed by the Plan Commission on June 15, 2017:
Prairie's Edge - Final Concept Development Plant with Phasing - South Bluff Development
Prairie's Edge - South Bluff Development
Hidden Hills Active Adult Community
Pier Street Apartments & Harborview Lane
Lakepointe Townhomes
Lakepointe Townhomes - Landscape Plan

Railing at Coal Dock Promenade
Badger Railing will be installing railing on the Coal Dock Promenade starting Monday, June 19, 2017. The Coal Dock Promenade will be closed. Please stay away from the construction area. The new railing installation should be completed by Friday, 06/23/17.

Library Telescope Program
The Niederkorn Library has been chosen by the Northern Cross Science Foundation to receive an Orion Stgarblast 4.5 telescope. Patrons will be able to check out the telescope beginning in August. Grafton and West Bend Public LIbraries are the only other libraries receiving this gift. For more information, please visit: http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/stargazers-corner/library-telescope-program-update/

Water Rate Increase
The Port Washington Municipal Water Utility has filed an application with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (PSCW) to increase water rates. The increase is necessary due to a 23% increase in utility plant investment and a 6% increase in operating expenses in the 9 years since the last water rate case in 2008. Click here for the Public Notice and the PSC (Public Service Commission) Report.

May - 2017

Bring Your Bikes - It's The 2017 Bike Rodeo!
Thursday, June 22, 2017, 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. at Lincoln Elementary School, 1325 Theis Lane. Presented by the Port Washington Police Department. There will be a bicycle raffle, free helmets and give-aways, free bike registration, bicycle safety training and agility courses. All ages are welcome!

City Hall Holiday Hours
City Hall will be closed Monday, May 29, 2017 for Memorial Day. City Hall will re-open Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. Have a great holiday weekend!

North Breakwater Lighthouse
Click here to view Mayor Mlada's presentation from the May 16th, 2017 Common Council meeting regarding the North Breakwater Lighthouse.

Newest Proclamation
Mayor Mlada presented a proclamation at the 05/16/17 Common Council meeting declaring May as Mental Health Awareness Month and the week of May 1st as Children's Mental Health Awareness Week. Please visit our Proclamations page for more information.

Tall Ship S/V Denis Sullivan
Discovery World's tall ship, the S/V Denis Sullivan, will be back in Port Washington again this summer! Ticket for June 1-4, 2017 sails are now available for purchase online at www.portexploreum.com.

2017 Marina Study
The 2017 City of Port Washington Marina Study is available for download and viewing. Click here.

Breakwater Fact Sheet
At our Common Council meeting on Tuesday evening, Mayor Mlada shared with all members of the public in attendance this "Breakwater Fact Sheet" for their reference and use as a guide in the ongoing discussion about the necessary investment to repair the breakwaters protecting our harbor, marina, lakefront, and public access to Lake Michigan. This is a relatively concise summary of a very complex topic, but Mayor Mlada believes that in preparing and sharing it with our City and County residents we can advance a better understanding of the many important considerations involved.

As the Mayor highlighted in his 45-minute presentation, there are simple ways for YOU to make a difference for "Our Home Port." Please use this opportunity to contact your Ozaukee County Board Supervisor, our elected State representatives, and our elected Federal legislators -- and let them know you (we!) need their support of our community efforts to repair this vital infrastructure! Your voice matters!

Once more, thank you for engaging on these topics, part of the Mayor's "Challenges and Opportunities" series that will be a focus at every Council meeting until the end of 2017. We are grateful for your continued support of and advocacy for our City leadership efforts!

Download the Breakwater Fact Sheet.

2016 Annual Reports
2016 Annual Reports for City Departments are in. You may view them on our Annual Reports page.

Spring 2017 City Newsletter
The Spring 2017 City of Port Washington Newsletter is here! You may sign up to receive City Newsletters and other important notices by clicking the "Newsletters & Alerts Sign Up" button above on this page. To read the 2017 Spring Newsletter, please visit our City Newsletters.

Newest Proclamations
Visit the City of Port Washington Proclamations page to see the newest proclamations presented for Creative Economy Week and Buddy Poppies Poppy Drive.

Changes To City Brush Collection Policy
Please visit our Department Of Public Works website for updated information regarding changes to the City Brush Collection Policy.

April - 2017

Challenges & Opportunities
Please visit Mayor Tom Mlada's page for a message regarding City Challenges and Opportunities for the remainder of 2017.

Harbour Lights ProclamationNewest Proclamations
Please visit the City of Port Washington Proclamations page. Read the latest proclamations presented for Volunteer Appreciation Month honoring the many volunteers who make Port Washington great, and to Harbour Lights for being honored as Main Street "Best New Building".
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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.

Joint Review Board Meeting
The Joint Review Board will be meeting on Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. For more information, visit our Boards, Committees and Commissions page and click on "Agendas/Minutes" for the Joint Review Board.

Holiday Hours
City Hall will be closed Friday, April 14, 2017. City Hall will re-open on Monday, April 17, 2017.

Newest Proclamations
Visit the City of Port Washington Proclamations page to see the newest proclamations presented to Alderman Bill Driscoll, Alderman Dan Becker, Alderman Kevin Rudser and J.D. Rudser.

Community Recycling Day
Saturday, April 22, 2017, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Port Washington High School, 427 W. Jackson St. Proceeds benefit Port Washington High School FIRST® Robotics Team and Thomas Jefferson Middle School FIRST® LEGO® League Teams. For more information on items that are accepted, please click here or visit www.portpiratech.org.

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.

March - 2017

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: ryana.apraz@gmail.com, 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.

NEW - 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.

Employment Opportunities
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.

Snow Ordinance Lifted
Based on the extended weather forecast for the remainder of March, the Port Washington Police Department will be lifting the snow ordinance. You may now park your vehicles on the roadway overnight without calling in for permission. Please remember there is no overnight parking anytime on Grand Ave., Franklin St. and N. Wisconsin St. as these are considered state highways.

Public Meeting For Marine Sanctuary
The City of Port Washington in conjunction with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) leadership will be hosting our Public Scoping meeting in the Lakeview Community Room (former Wilson House) from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. This is a very important opportunity for us to showcase our strong collective support for the Designation of our proposed Wisconsin-Lake Michigan National Marine Sanctuary. In short, we need to be visible with a strong turnout and a loud unified voice. The public comment period ends on March 31st; please don't miss this chance to offer yours! We are asking for your help in the following ways:

  • Attend the Public Scoping meeting
  • Bring a friend, a family member, a colleague with you
  • Help us spread the word through your personal and professional networks
Attendance at the meetings in Algoma, Manitowoc, and Sheboygan has been very strong. We are fortunate to have partner communities who share our passion for the Designation of our Wisconsin-Lake Michigan National Marine Sanctuary. Remember, this will essentially function as an underwater national park, one of only 15 or 16 in the nation - right here off our Lake Michigan shores -- what an extraordinary opportunity that presents us with limitless possibilities! We've all worked very hard to get this done, and now we are so very, very close. Please help us with a very positive demonstration of support on Thursday night! See you at 6:30 p.m. at the Lakeview Community Room. To read more about our efforts, please visit our Marine Sanctuary page.

Early Voting & Registration
The City of Port Washington will hold in-person early Absentee Voting and in-person Voter Registration Wednesday, March 15th - Friday, March 31st at City Hall, 100 W. Grand Avenue, Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. daily. To vote early by Absentee Ballot you must be a registered voter. To check if you are currently registered, go to www.myvote.wi.gov or by contacting City Hall at 262-284-5585. To vote in-person early by Absentee Ballot you must provide Photo ID. For more information, please visit the City of Port Washington Elections page.

Monday Garbage Pick-Up Suspended
Garbage pickup for Monday, March 13, 2017 has been suspended for today due to the snow storm. Monday's garbage and Tuesday's garbage will be picked on on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. Please do not put your carts in the street, please place on the parkway or the driveway approach.

February - 2017

Election Results
You may view election results after any election by visiting the Ozaukee County Elections page.

Breakwater News
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.

Employment Opportunities
The City of Port Washington is accepting applications for the positions of Marketing & Communications Coordinator, Street Maintenance, Parks Maintenance Supervisor and summer positions in the Water and Street Departments. Please visit our Employment page for more information.

Mayor's 2017 State Of The City Address
Click here to view Mayor Tom Mlada's 2017 State Of The City Address.

South Bluff Development Proposals
Prairie's Edge
Seven Hills Farm
Watercolor

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.

January - 2017

Know The Risks
Join us on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the Port Washington High School Auditorium for a conversation around the risks facing youth in Port Washington. This is an adults only event. The information shared with you will help you support your son/daughter and develop your own awareness of the risks facing kids in 2017. The conversation will range from drugs to alcohol. Click here for more information.

NOAA Marine Sanctuary
Great news from the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries! The Draft Environmental Impact Statement and Draft Management Plan for the proposed Wisconsin-Lake Michigan National Marine Sanctuary have been made publicly available online. Please visit our Marine Sanctuary page for more information.

Attention Residents - Garbage Pick-Up
If your normal garbage pick-up day is Monday or Tuesday, and your garage was NOT picked up today, please leave it out for Wednesday pick-up. If it is not picked up on Wednesday, please call us at 262-284-2600.

Attention Residents - Garbage Pick-Up
As of 9:00 a.m. this morning, Monday, January 16, 2016, Advanced Disposal has pulled their truck from the City due to weather conditions. Advanced Disposal will be picking up Monday's route, along with the recycling that was missed on Friday, with Tuesday's route on Tuesday. If any garbage is missed, please call 262-284-2600 to report it.

Garbage Pick-Up Halted For Remainder of Tuesday, 01/10/2017
Advanced Disposal will not be able to finish their garbage and recycling route today because of icy conditions. They will be back on Wednesday, January 11, 2017 to finish the Tuesday route and do the Wednesday route. If your garbage and recycling were missed today, please leave the carts out for pickup on Wednesday. If you have any questions, please call 262-284-2600. Thank you.

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