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TVs and Electronics must be turned in specially for recycling in the state of Wisconsin. In Waukesha, there are multiple options for residents to properly discard their electronics.
See the link below for a PDF with information on local drop off ...
The Spring election will be held on Tuesday, April 3rd. In person absentee voting takes place at City Hall March 19-23 and March 26-30 from 8am-4:30pm with extended hours on March 30 to 5pm.
An open-house style public information meeting will be held on Thursday, March 29 in Council Chambers of City Hall from 5-6:30pm to discuss the Main Street construction project (between N Barstow St. and Lombardi Way).
At the Common Council meeting on Tuesday, March 6, the Council passed a resolution authorizing the City to enter negotiations with Big Top Waukesha to build a new stadium and soccer fields at Mindiola Park.
The new Fire Station #3 and Police sub-station will be open to the public on Monday, April 9 from 5-6 pm. Come see inside the facility, meet Firefighters and Police officers, check out fire trucks and police cars... and more!
The new station is located at ...
There are many ways to pay your tax bill including online, at Waukesha State Bank, by mail, or at the Clerk/Treasurer's office in City Hall.
A license helps reunite you and your pet should they become lost. A license is also proof that your pet has been vaccinated against rabies. Make sure to get your license by March 31.
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Effective Monday, March 12th, the Milwaukee County Transit System(MCTS) Gold Line will no longer layover at the Executive Drive stop on weekday mornings but will layover for all trips at the Brookfield Square stop. This is being done to make transfers bet...