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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....

Notice of Spring General Election

NOTICE TO VILLAGE OF MUKWONAGO RESIDENTS OF A SPRING GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that, at an election to be held in the Village of Mukwonago on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, the following offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed. The...

Waukesha County Residents Asked to Keep Propane Cylinders Out of Recycling Containers

(Waukesha, WI) – As grilling season gets underway with the return of nice weather, Waukesha County reminds residents to ‘Recycle Right’.  Residents should not place propane cylinders, plastic bags, scrap metal, or other potentially hazardous items into their curbside...

Mukwonago Means Business

Mukwonago leaders mean it when they say that our community resides at the intersection of life, leisure and economic leadership. To continue to achieve this mission, Village leadership is currently: Undergoing the process of conducting Business Retention and Expansion...

The Mukwonago Economic Summit

On Thursday, August 16 Mukwonago will be hosting the Mukwonago Economic Summit. The summit will include: Information about new tax reforms that affect TIF districts and the Governor's newly created opportunity zones by Danielle Bergner, Managing Partner focused on...

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Village of Mukwonago is declaring a snowstorm emergency effective at 6AM today, Tuesday, February 12. Basically, this means all vehicles need to be off municipal streets for 48 hours from 6AM. See below.

Police and Public Works will be going around and making contact with vehicle owners where possible and then enforcing violations.

Sec. 82-177. - Parking during snowstorm emergency.

(a) Emergency declarations. The village board hereby declares that an emergency exists in the village whenever a snowfall during any period of 24 hours or less, is predicted to, or does reach a depth of six inches or more, as reported by the weather service. Such emergency is declared to be a serious public hazard impairing transportation and public health, safety and welfare for a period of 48 hours or until such earlier time as snow removal operations have been declared completed by the public works director. From subsection 82-180(d), "Snow emergency parking restrictions" whenever the village president shall, by reason of heavy snowstorm or blizzard, proclaim a snow emergency pursuant to W.S.A., §§ 323.11 and 323.14, no person shall park, stop, or leave standing any vehicle upon the streets or any portion of the streets during the hours set forth in such proclamation.

(b) Parking regulations during snow emergencies. Whenever an emergency exists and the public works director shall cause announcement of such emergency to be made by not less than two radio stations whose normal operating range covers the village, and thereafter, no person shall park, or suffer to be parked, any vehicle of any kind or description in an area marked by temporary no parking signs or between the hours of 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., inclusive, upon any street in the village; provided, however, that, notwithstanding such emergency restrictions, vehicles may be parked for a period of time not longer than three minutes for actually loading or unloading of passengers, or 30 minutes for actually loading or unloading of property; and provided further that no other regulation restricting parking as to place, time, or manner is violated thereby.
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