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To our City of Waukesha Business Owners and Residents:
On August 1st Governor Evers’ Emergency Order #1 goes into effect and requires face coverings for every individual, age five and older, while in an enclosed space. We ask that our business ow...
Responding to COVID-19 requires all of us working together. Please review the following action steps and City cancellations.
The next Election Day is Tuesday, August 11.
Don't miss out on Waukesha's first Drive-In Movie, featuring Toy Story 4! Event will be held on Monday, August 17, 8pm at the Waukesha North High School Parking Lot (2222 Michigan Ave)
Pre-registration (one per vehicle) is required by August 14.
The City of Waukesha is proud to have been named a Top 2020 workplace by The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
TV/Electronics/Recycling Drop-off event is scheduled for October 3, 2020 from 9 am to noon. There will be a $25 cost per TV and a $10 cost per CRT computer monitor. All other accepted electronics/appliances are no charge.
The City is currently conducting its meetings virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City has developed a specific process in order to allow the public to provide comments, while also making sure that the meeting is conducted appropriately.
Every year we all look forward to coming together as a community in our City’s parks for a number of special events. Considering the health and safety of our patrons, performers, partners, volunteers and City staff, we have had to make the diffi...
Per the Face Mask Order by the Governor, effective Saturday August 1st all passengers 5 years and older on a Waukesha Metro bus, inside the Transit Center, on the concourse waiting for a bus at the bus bays or waiting inside a bus shelter, will be require...
There are simple things that can be done to help make riding Waukesha Metro safer for everyone during the COVID pandemic. Please see the link below for tips that will help the community when riding Waukesha Metro.
Effective Saturday, March 21, 2020 Waukesha Metro and Waukesha Metrolift will not be collecting fares until further notice.
All able-bodied passengers are to board and exit the bus from the rear door. If a passenger is using a wheelchai...
For the safety of everyone, Waukesha Metro buses will be limited to 10 passengers at a time on the bus until further notice.
If there are already 10 passengers on the bus when you board, you will be asked to wait and another bus or supervisory ve...
Effective Monday, April 6th, Routes 901 and 905 will have the following Trips suspended from service until further notice:Route 901: E4, E7, E9, W2, W6, W8 & W12Route 905: OE6
All other trips on these routes will operate as scheduled. &nb...
Waukesha County Route 79 operated by Milwaukee County Transit System will be suspended from operation effective Monday, March 23 until further notice.
For more details, please see the link below.