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Temporary Weight Restrictions

Temporary load-limits restricting heavy vehicle traffic in excess of eight tons starting Tuesday March 19. Weight restrictions on streets in the spring limit damage to the pavement that can occur when frost and moisture leave the roadway sub-grade. During the period...

Community Planner Position

The Village of Mukwonago is looking for a collaborative, creative, and energetic Community Planner to promote economic growth in the community through planning strategies designed to maintain and enhance the Village’s quality of life. Assisting with the orderly and...

Public Works Summer Seasonal Crewperson 2019

PUBLIC WORKS SEASONAL CREWPERSONS The Village of Mukwonago Department of Public Works is seeking applicants for 2 Seasonal Crewpersons for the 2019 summer season. Approximately May through August Primary duties include sports field prep, park maintenance, mowing and...

Become an Election Inspector (poll worker)

Become an Election Inspector (poll worker) The Village of Mukwonago encourages all citizens to vote and to become involved in the election process. One of the most rewarding ways to contribute is to service your community as an Election Inspector (poll worker)....

2019 State of the Village

The 2019 State of the Village Breakfast took place at the Mukwonago Community Library on Thursday, January 24th.  The Village President, Fred Winchowky, and the Village Administrator, John Weidl, gave a presentation on the Village. Listen to the presentation here....

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Judith Taubert, Village Clerk-Treasurer, provides important information on the upcoming election.

You can vote by absentee now until March 29th at Village Hall.

For more information you can visite the Village website:
villageofmukwonago.com/clerk/elections-voting/
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Temporary Weight Restrictions

Temporary load-limits restricting heavy vehicle traffic in excess of 8 tons starting Tuesday March 19.

Weight restrictions on streets in the spring limit damage to the pavement that can occur when frost and moisture leave the roadway sub-grade.

During the period of posted load-limit restrictions, all non-essential vehicles in excess of 8 tons will be prohibited from traveling on posted roadways.

These vehicles include construction material delivery trucks, concrete trucks, landscaping trucks, dumpster transport trucks and the like.
These weight limit restrictions will be enforced by the police department.

Posted load-limit restrictions will be removed when the village determines that the roadways sufficiently support these loads (approximately 30 days).
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Police Chief Kevin Schmidt introduces himself and the Mukwonago Police Department!

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You can find additional information at the Village of Mukwonago website: villageofmukwonago.com/police-department/
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Please join the Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce for the upcoming Political Candidate Forum for the Village of Mukwonago - 3/19/19 ... See MoreSee Less

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