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Weekly e-Newsletter - November 13, 2018 
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Election Results

82% of registered voters in the Village of Saukville voted at Tuesday's 2018 General Election.

For "unofficial" results for the Village and Ozaukee County, click

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News & Services

Fall-Winter Village Newsletter
Seasonal Services - DPW Yard

Compost Site FINAL DAY: Sat., Nov. 17th

2018 Village Recycle Collection Schedule
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off

Curbside Leaf Collection Runs Through Dec. 3rd:

 - Weather Permitting - No guaranteed or scheduled pick-up.
 - Leaf piles must be curbside with no brush or plant materials.
 - Keep vehicles off and away from leaf piles.
 - Keep piles at a manageable height for the vacuum truck to collect easily.

Transmission Line Work

American Transmission Co. (ATC) will be rebuilding a 5-mile transmission line between Port Washington and Saukville.  The project is needed to improve reliability in the local area. Representatives from Nelson Tree Service and Henkels & McCoy, construction contractor, may be contacting landowners as needed to discuss potential access issues. 

Complete Project Info

Recycling Center - Port Washington
Ozaukee Iron & Metal LLC, 728 Schmitz Dr., Port Washington

Recycling - Fees apply:  furniture, Freon units, electronics, household batteries, microwave ovens, water softeners, tires, carpet, wood, more.
Call 262-284-4060 for complete info and prices.

See how Dark Store Loopholes affect your property taxes.

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Fall Events:

Oscar Grady Library

Contact the  Oscar Grady Library for information about the  fall  programs, presentations, and activities for children, teens, & adults.

November is Food for Fines Month at the O. G. Library.  Bring in non-perishable food items for forgiveness of library fines (up to $5.00).  Donations go to the Ozaukee Co. Food Pantry.

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USDA Rural Development Financing

Does your home need repairs?  Would you like to purchase a home?  USDA Rural Development has funding available for income eligible households to purchase and repair homes in eligible rural communities. Interest rates range between 1-3.75%. Grants for repairs are also available to income eligible households over the age of 62. For more information, contact USDA Rural Development at 715-345-7611.
Additional information is also available at
USDA Rural Development is an equal opportunity provider, lender and employer.
If you have any questions in regards to these programs, please feel free to contact:
Stephanie Kelnhofer
Housing Specialist
Rural Development
United States Department of Agriculture
5417 Clem’s Way, Stevens Point, WI  54482
715-345-7613 | “Committed to the future of rural communities”
Please send all SFH direct loan correspondence to the WI SFH direct email address at
Please send all GRH loan correspondence to the WI GRH email address at

Questions or comments regarding the GRH Program in WI should be directed to our State Office at 715-345-7623.

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I-43 Rehabilitation Project

The Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation (WisDOT) Southeast Region announces I-43 Rehabilitation Project lane closures and restrictions  in Ozaukee County. Drivers should be aware of reduced speed limits and remember to use caution while traveling through any work zone. This advisory does not include closures by local authorities for accidents or unusual incidents (such as weather).

For project and detour information, please visit  .

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Community Rivers Program

Coming Together For Clean Water

We all benefit from having clean and healthy rivers. That's why we're coming together as a community to plan, design, and build projects that will keep our stretch of the Milwaukee River beautiful and livable for generations to come.  For more info and upcoming events, visit us at: 

The Community Rivers Program had a very eventful summer within our three partnering communities (the villages of Grafton, Saukville, and Newburg). From river clean-ups and family fishing programs, to kayaking trips and a spiny soft-shell turtle release, we engaged a total of 892 individuals, offered 12 programs, and knocked on 228 doors. 

Hot off the presses is our  2018 Impact Report (May-Sept.). This report illustrates key outcomes from all of our summer work.

All upcoming fall/winter program details and registration links can be found on the CRP webpage .

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Part-Time & Volunteer Opportunities

Part-time On-Call and Volunteer opportunities are available through the Village of Saukville Fire Dept. and Police Dept.  Please contact the respective department for complete info.

Fire Department
Part-time, paid, on-call positions are available for Fire-Fighters and EMTS.  Applications are available at Village Hall and on the Village website.  For more information, call the Fire Dept. at 262-284-5800 and leave a message.

Police Department
The Saukville Police Dept. is seeking dedicated, community minded individuals to become part of our volunteer Police Reserves team.  For more info, call the Police Dept. at 262-284-0444.

Contact Us

Village of Saukville - 639 E. Green Bay Ave. - Saukville, WI  53080
Ph: 262-284-9423    F: 262-284-9527   
Municipal Office Hours:  M - F 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


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