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"Saukville Says"
Weekly e-Newsletter - August 13, 2019
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Employment Opportunities


Custodian - Village of Saukville 

The Village of Saukville is accepting applications for a Part-time Public Works Custodian position.  Base schedule will be Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. Position requires flexible work hours to meet the operational needs of the organization.  Weekly hours will not exceed 12 hours.  Starting wage is $10.43 per hour.  Because this position will be responsible for the care and maintenance of the Police facility, applicants will be subject to extensive background and criminal history checks.  A pre-employment interview, drug screen and physical will also be done. Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, and a valid Wisconsin driver’s license. 
Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Application to:   Raymond deBruijn, Public Works Superintendent, Village of Saukville, 639 E. Green Bay Ave., Saukville, WI  53080.  Phone: (262) 284-0545.  Application materials and job description may be obtained at Village Hall or at www.village.saukville.wi.us

Census Takers

2020 Census jobs provide flexible hours, great weekly pay, and paid training.
Apply online at 2020census.gov/jobs 
For more info or help applying, please call 1-855-JOB-2020
The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

"Saukville Union Cemetery" sign - flower bed

Eagle Project Thank You

Earlier this summer, Alexander Wischki of Saukville Boy Scout Troop 868 built a beautiful flower planter around the Union Cemetery sign as part of his Eagle Scout requirements.  The planter is dedicated to honor our veterans.  The Village would like to extend a heartfelt "Thank You" to Alex along with all those who helped make his project a reality, for providing the Union Cemetery with a beautiful, welcoming entrance.  

"Summer Events - what's coming up" - Pic of melting ice cream bar

Community Events & Programs


Live at the Triangle - Final Concert of 2019
                            
featuring

Otto Day & The Nites (Classic Rock & Hits)
Wed., Aug 21st - Veterans Park, 7- 9:30 p.m.

Bring your family, friends, and lawn chairs for a final summer evening of fun and great music!  Food & beverages are available for purchase from local non-profit groups and local businesses.

Ozaukee County National Night Out 
Tues., Aug. 13th - Grady Park - 5:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Sponsored and organized by the Saukville Police Dept.

Feasting for Felix - Thur., Aug. 15th - 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Wisconsin Humane Society Ozaukee Campus, 630 W. Dekora St., Saukville
Join the WHS for delicious tastings from Ozaukee's best local restaurants and live music by The Mike Maher Band.
Purchase tickets today at wihumane.org/events.  All proceeds benefit shelter animals.
Click Here for details.

Oscar Grady Library Events & Programs (link) 


Saukville Farmers Market 

Sundays at Veterans Park  -  9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 
The Saukville Market features fresh, in-season Wisconsin produce grown by area farmers, green house and locally grown floral products, and artisan quality crafts.

Summer Thunder Poker Run

Sat., Aug. 17th  -  8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Music/Food/Beverages - Veterans Park following the run
For info, call 262-707-8188 or visit http://summerthunderpokerrun.com/ 

Boy Scout Troop #868 Fundraiser

Join Saukville Boy Scout Troop #868 for dinner and /or treats at Dairy Queen in Saukville on Wednesday, August 21st from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Dairy Queen will donate 10% of the profits during this time period to support Troop #868!

Saukville American Legion Post 470 - Wednesday Brat Frys

Every other Wednesday through Oct. 16th at the Saukville American Legion Hall
601 W. Dekora St. (Hwy 33), Saukville
Click Here for dates and details.

Ozaukee County Historical Society 

Sept 21 Harry Potter at the Village
Oct 5 Autumn at the Village
Oct 12 Women in History Luncheon-Voices Longing to be Heard-Women's Suffrage

Find details at https://www.ochs.co.ozaukee.wi.us/
"Save the Date" circled on a calendar page

Mark Your Calendars


Annual Saukville Village Wide Rummage Sale
Sat., Sept. 7th  - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Sellers - Please note Village Ordinance regarding Signs

Annual Custom Auto Show
Sun., Sept. 8th - Grady Park - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Proceeds to benefit the Saukville Fire Dept.

"Welcome to Saukville" - sign

News & Services

2019 Spring/Summer Newsletter 
2019 Residential Recycle Collection Schedule
2019 DPW Services & Yard Hours 

Annual Water Quality Report (2018)

Recycling Center - Port Washington

Rummage Sale Signs

You do not need a permit to place rummage sale signs, but please follow the requirements of Village Ordinance - sec. 205.79E regarding placement and duration of signage.  Signs must comply with traffic visibility requirements and are not permitted in Village parks, properties, or median areas.  Improperly placed signs will be confiscated.  Do not place signs sooner than 24 hours before your sale and remove within 24 hours after sale.


Branch Chipping vs Tree Removal  

The Village provides curbside branch chipping only for branches resulting from tree trimming or tree maintenance.  Property owners are responsible for removal and disposal of all parts of a tree removal, including the branches, per Village Ordinance 187-21.  The Village chipper will not collect/chip branches left curbside from an owner removed tree.

Grass Clippings & Yard Debris

A reminder to all property owners:  The Village does NOT collect yard debris curbside.  You must containerize plant debris and grass clippings and bring to the Compost Drop-off Site at the DPW yard.  When cutting your lawn, depositing or blowing grass clippings into the street is prohibited, per Village Ordinance 140-10 and a fine will be imposed.  Depositing grass clippings in to the street can lead to storm sewer blockage.  Please help prevent plugged storm sewers by making sure catch basins near your property are clear of debris.

Pet Licensing

All Village residents owning a dog or cat that is older than six months are required by Village Ordinance 61-8, to purchase a pet license.  2019 licenses can be purchased at Village Hall.  Proof of current rabies vaccination (Rabies Certificate) is required for new pets and when updated rabies shots are required.  
A late penalty is imposed for renewal pet license processing after March 31st.
Fees - Dog License:  $8 Altered; $10 Non-altered  ($5 late fee)
Fees - Cat License:   $5 Altered;   $7 Non-altered  ($3 late fee)


Healthy River Community Sign (bird, frog, fish)

Community Rivers Program (CRP)

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:
http://www.riveredgenaturecenter.org/communityrivers 

To see our 2018 Impact Report, click here.

C.L.E.A.N. Team Meeting -- Wed., Aug., 14th -- 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
                                               NSeven Coffee Co., 1307 Wisconsin Ave., Grafton

The Community Rivers Program (CRP) is inviting residents from Saukville to come to the first CRP C.L.E.A.N. Team Meeting.  The CLEAN Team, Community Led Ecosystem Advisory Network, will work with the Community Rivers Program to develop programming for the Village of Saukville.  The goal of the Community Rivers Program is to provide opportunities for people to engage with and learn about the Milwaukee River, from free kayaking trips to family fishing clinics, CRP tries to connect people with the river. 
The Community Rivers Program wants to better incorporate the voices of our community members.  If you have any ideas or interests relating to the Milwaukee River or the outdoors in general please come by for our first meeting. 
Email questions to mzopp@riveredge.us 


Saukville Residents - Family Fishing Event -- Thur., Aug. 15th -- 4:00 - 7:00 PM

Spend the afternoon on the banks of the Milwaukee River at Ehlers County Park with a pole in your hand and hopefully a few bites on your line!  We will be located in the north parking lot at County W and Mink Ranch Rd.  Learn how to tie a hook on your line, bait your hook, and safely cast your line into the water. With the assistance of our CRP Outreach Coordinators we will try to catch and identify each fish before releasing them back into their home, the Milwaukee River. 
Bait and poles are provided on a first-come, first-serve basis, or feel free to bring your own.  Children ages 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult. 
This program is intended and free  for Saukville residents!
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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.

email:  villagehall@village.saukville.wi.us
Website:  www.village.saukville.wi.us 

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