Saukville is one of the fastest developing communities in Wisconsin, located in the beautiful open country north of Milwaukee. Woods and water meet the interstate in this rustic yet progressive community. Saukville offers the peace and serenity of small town life with accessibility to the metropolitan culture of Milwaukee.
|Licenses, Permits and Ordinances|
Residents are reminded that a permit is required before any construction work is done on a home.
All building, electrical, and plumbing permit and inspection services for the Village of Saukville are now administered by the Village of Grafton Inspection Department.Building Permits include new construction, additions & alterations, and accessory structures (sheds, pools, decks). Permit forms will continue to be available at Saukville Village Hall and on our website, but all questions, permit processing, and inspection services will be handled by the Village of Grafton Inspection Department. The Village of Grafton Inspection Department is located at 860 Badger Circle, Grafton and can be reached at 262-375-5305 or Village of Grafton Inspection Dept.
Electrical Contractor Licensing is
required for all electrical work being done in the Village. We
require a copy of the Wisconsin Contractor's Certification, License,
or Registration Card along with a $50 licensing fee in order to
obtain a Village of Saukville license, and before a permit can be
taken out and work begun. Licenses are effective for one year,
beginning July 1st of the licensing year through June 30th of the
The Village of Saukville will continue to administer permits and inspections as required for:
SIGNS, FENCES, CODE COMPLIANCE (Change of Use), WATER METERS, RIGHT OF WAY, SPECIAL EVENT, & RECREATIONAL BURNING.
Trash and recycling service through Veolia Environmental Services will continue to be collected on Thursdays (Fridays when a holiday occurs earlier in the week) and must be placed curbside by 7:00 a.m. on pick-up day. Residents are urged not to place trash loosely in trash carts as this will lead to odor and pest problems as well as blowing materials when the carts are emptied. Any trash or recyclable materials placed curbside in any container other than the carts will not be collected.
Carts must face the street as indicated by the arrow on the cart, must be fully accessible, need to be placed side by side, and must be placed with a minimum of three (3) feet of space between carts and/or other obstacles.
Recycling will be collected only every other week. The recycling collection dates are posted on this website under the Navigation menu, 'Recycling Collection' link, and can also be found on the Village's Government Access Cable Channel 25. Information is also available at Village Hall and Oscar Grady Library. All recyclable materials (paper, plastic, glass, metal) can be placed in the same recycle cart. More information can be found under Village Services - Recycling Guidelines link.
Large item pick-up service: to dispose of large items, such as furniture, mattresses, and appliances, you must arrange for special pick-up by Veolia, or you can take items to the Veolia drop-off site at 803 N. River Road, West Bend. There is a fee for large item disposal. Contact Veolia directly (1-800-387-0949) for prices and information. Residents generating large amounts of refuse should also arrange for special pick-up in advance before placing trash curbside, or arrange for dumpster service.
lawns, yards, and property foliage located within the Village must
be kept free from the accumulation of all-unsightly growth, foliage,
and noxious weeds.
The fee for a dog license is $8.00 for a spayed/neutered dog and $10.00 for a dog not spayed/neutered. The fee for a cat license is $5.00 for a spayed/neutered cat and $7.00 for a cat not spayed/neutered.
After March 31 of each year an additional $5.00 late fee will be charged to each license. Proof of current vaccination (rabies certificate) must be shown when purchasing pet licenses.
Pets are not permitted to run at large in the Village.