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"Saukville Says"
Weekly e-Newsletter - Oct. 29, 2019
Clock at 3:00 with caption - don't forget to FALL BACK

Daylight Savings Time Ends

Daylight Savings Time Ends Sunday, Nov. 3rd.
Fall Back!  Remember to turn your clocks back one hour on Saturday night.

Jack-o-lantern on fall leaves

Community Events & Programs


Oscar Grady Library Events & Programs (link) 


Visit the Library website for info on fun and interesting events such as:
  • Healthy Eating for the Holidays - Tues., Nov. 5th - an informative session with an Aurora Health Care chef
  • "No School Day" Movies
  • Book Discussion sessions for adults

Making Your Money Work for You - Financial Seminar

Saturday, Nov. 2nd  -  8:30 - 11:45 a.m.
Grafton High School, 1950 Washington St., Grafton

You are invited to a seminar, sponsored collaboratively by the Adult Literacy Center of Ozaukee County, to assist you in alleviating financial stress and learning strategies for your financial well-being.  Making Your Money Work For You is free and open to the public.  There are workshops for people in all financial stages and income levels.  Visit our webpage for details about the workshops and to register.  Other sponsors include: Kohler Credit Union, Interfaith Caregivers Network of Ozaukee County, Ozaukee Family Services and United Way of Northern Ozaukee County.


Boy Scout Troop 868 Annual Wreath Fundraiser

Order now for delivery Nov. 16th - Nov. 23rd
Available Items:  wreaths, candle rings, planters, swags, garland, and Fallen Hero Wreaths (Fallen Hero Wreaths are delivered to a national cemetery to honor our veterans)
Fundraising Goal:  Send scouts to camp
Call to have a live Scout come to you to place your order and deliver! 
Contact:  Kelly Krentz - 262-408-9849.

Raking fall leaves on lawn

News & Services

2019-20 Fall/Winter Newsletter 
2019 Residential Recycle Collection Schedule
2019 DPW Services & Yard Hours 

Annual Water Quality Report (2018)

Recycling Center - Port Washington

Curbside Branch Chipping is Over for the Season 

Please do not place branches curbside any longer.  If you currently have branches curbside, they must be removed.

Curbside Leaf Collection - Oct. 1 - Dec. 2

The Village will collect leaves curbside as time and weather permit.  Do NOT place brush or plant materials in leaf piles.  Keep clear of storm drains.  Avoid parking vehicles on or near leaf piles.  
We suggest that you containerize and bring leaves to the Compost Site on Saturdays as there is no regular or guaranteed collection and depending on wind and weather conditions, leaves may be blown back into yards.

Yard Debris

The Village does NOT collect plant debris curbside.  You must containerize plant debris and grass clippings and bring to the Compost Drop-off Site at the DPW yard, Saturdays only through Nov. 16th.  

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.  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)


Sign - "Now Hiring - Apply Today"

Employment Opportunity

Census Takers

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

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.

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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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