If the tree is in the right of way and poses a hazard, a designated Town Supervisor will come to your home and assess the situation. They will work with you on a solution. Call the Town Clerk (920) 648-5867 to schedule an appointment.
All employees of the Town of Lake Mills work part time. Office hours are determined by what is happening in the Town at any given time. The Clerk is always available by email, and phone, and can serve you in the Town Hall building by appointment.
I misplaced the information that came with my tax bill in December.
Curbside yard waste pick up applies to grass clippings, leaves, brush, tree limbs, branches, pumpkins, and similar items. Yard waste should be contained in clear or compostable bags. Branches/limbs need to be 4 ft. in length and less than 8 inches in diameter, bundled so one man can handle it. There is a limit of 30 bundles or compostable bags
The Town Board would prefer use of the bi-annual curbside yard waste pick up service for disposal of brush. If you must burn instead, please notify the Jefferson County Sheriff (920) 674-7310, or Town Clerk (920) 648-5867 ahead of time. And always be mindful of your neighbors health and well being.
Town Ordinance 6-2: Driving Regulations, prohibits parking on specific town roads "when signs are erected" on those roads. Parking in the Shorewood Hills neighborhood has been prohibited for many years, and there were no issues. In 2013 there were issues, and the rule needed to be enforced. In order to enforce, signs had to be erected. So, the rule started a long time ago; it's only the signs that are new.
No problem. Simply call the Town Clerk (920) 648-5867, or the Chief of Police (920) 648-1944 and give the address and date of the gathering. Your guests will not be ticketed for parking on the street. We do ask that vehicles not be parked on the street overnight. There are no street lights or curbs in Shorewood Hills making it especially dangerous to have vehicles parked on the street at night.
No problem. Simply call the Town Clerk (920) 648-5867, or the Chief of Police (920) 648-1944 and give the address and date of the gathering. Your workers will not be ticketed for parking on the street.