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  1. Text: Unite With A Blue Light, City of Waukesha. Image: Blue light bulb with broken heart in center

    Unite with a Blue Light

    As a symbol of unity, please light a blue light outside of your home and keep the blue lights on through the holidays. Blue lights will be available at select locations starting at Noon on Friday, December 3, 2021 Additional Info...
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    Waukesha Businesses Trauma & Crisis Resources

    As we continue to heal and unite as a community, know that the city of Waukesha has resources to help people who have been physically and/or mentally affected. Additional Info...
  3. Copy of Holiday Lights Map

    Holiday Lights Map

    Have a blue light display or holiday light display at your home? Submit it for our holiday lights map and join the community in celebrating the holidays. Additional Info...
  4. Leaves on the side of the road

    City of Waukesha Leaf Collection Schedule

    Leaf collection begins October 18th and runs through December 10th, but varies by what leaf collection district you're in. Using your address you can easily find your next leaf pick up date using our interactive leaf collection schedule. Additional Info...
  5. Year End Reflection

    125th Anniversary Year-End Reflection

    Join us for an Open House at City Hall on 12/07/21 at 5:30pm as we conclude our 125th Anniversary. The time capsule items will be out on display and officially sealed in the 50-year time capsule. Additional Info...
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    Waukesha Janboree Volunteers Needed

    From families, to adults, to children, there’s fun for everyone at the Waukesha Janboree, but before it starts, we're looking for volunteers to help us make it happen! If you're interested follow the link and sign-up! Additional Info...
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