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Happy Holidays! We hope you all enjoy the Holiday with your families. Please note that City Hall and City Services will ...
12/21/2021

Happy Holidays! We hope you all enjoy the Holiday with your families. Please note that City Hall and City Services will be closed on Thursday, December 23 and Friday, December 24 in observance of the Holiday. Normal office hours will resume on Monday, December 27 from 8:00am-4:30pm.

In the meantime, tax payments may be mailed to Glendale City Hall at 5909 N Milwaukee River Parkway or placed in the silver dropbox located in the Police Department Parking Lot.

Thank you!

Happy Holidays! We hope you all enjoy the Holiday with your families. Please note that City Hall and City Services will be closed on Thursday, December 23 and Friday, December 24 in observance of the Holiday. Normal office hours will resume on Monday, December 27 from 8:00am-4:30pm.

In the meantime, tax payments may be mailed to Glendale City Hall at 5909 N Milwaukee River Parkway or placed in the silver dropbox located in the Police Department Parking Lot.

Thank you!

Do you have brush and yard waste due to the windstorm earlier this week? City Services has a brush and yard waste dumpst...
12/17/2021

Do you have brush and yard waste due to the windstorm earlier this week? City Services has a brush and yard waste dumpster temporarily available at 5930 N Glen Park Rd (DPW Yard) in Glendale. The same brush and yard waste stipulations apply for drop-off.
• NO GRASS CLIPPINGS will be accepted.
• YARD WASTE MIXED WITH TRASH WILL BE REJECTED.
• The following materials WILL NOT be accepted: stumps; root systems or parts of roots attached to brush; brush mixed with garden debris; brush generated from site clearing activities; materials resulting from tree pruning or removal at an address other than the collection point; and tree branches greater than 4" in diameter and 4' in length.

The Department of Public Works Yard will be open for brush and yard waste collection temporarily during the following times:
• Friday, December 17 until 3:00pm.
• Saturday. December 18 from 7:00am – 12:00pm
• Monday, December 20 from 7:00am – 5:00pm
• Tuesday, December 21 from 7:00am – 5:00pm

**All participants must show an ID to confirm Glendale residency, as this service is solely for Glendale residents.

For more information, please call Ashley at (414)-228-1710.

Do you have brush and yard waste due to the windstorm earlier this week? City Services has a brush and yard waste dumpster temporarily available at 5930 N Glen Park Rd (DPW Yard) in Glendale. The same brush and yard waste stipulations apply for drop-off.
• NO GRASS CLIPPINGS will be accepted.
• YARD WASTE MIXED WITH TRASH WILL BE REJECTED.
• The following materials WILL NOT be accepted: stumps; root systems or parts of roots attached to brush; brush mixed with garden debris; brush generated from site clearing activities; materials resulting from tree pruning or removal at an address other than the collection point; and tree branches greater than 4" in diameter and 4' in length.

The Department of Public Works Yard will be open for brush and yard waste collection temporarily during the following times:
• Friday, December 17 until 3:00pm.
• Saturday. December 18 from 7:00am – 12:00pm
• Monday, December 20 from 7:00am – 5:00pm
• Tuesday, December 21 from 7:00am – 5:00pm

**All participants must show an ID to confirm Glendale residency, as this service is solely for Glendale residents.

For more information, please call Ashley at (414)-228-1710.

Please be aware that Glendale’s winter overnight parking regulations are in effect. No Parking is allowed on any street ...
12/07/2021

Please be aware that Glendale’s winter overnight parking regulations are in effect. No Parking is allowed on any street between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00am through March 31, 2022. All parking permits expired on December 1, 2021. If you have an emergency parking consideration or further questions regarding the regulations, please call (414) 228-1753 with your request or concern.

Please be aware that Glendale’s winter overnight parking regulations are in effect. No Parking is allowed on any street between the hours of 2:00am and 6:00am through March 31, 2022. All parking permits expired on December 1, 2021. If you have an emergency parking consideration or further questions regarding the regulations, please call (414) 228-1753 with your request or concern.

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you all enjoy the weekend with your families. Please note that City Hall and City Services w...
11/24/2021

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you all enjoy the weekend with your families. Please note that City Hall and City Services will be closed on Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26 in observance of the Holiday. Normal office hours will resume on Monday, November 29 from 8:00am-4:30pm.

Happy Thanksgiving! We hope you all enjoy the weekend with your families. Please note that City Hall and City Services will be closed on Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26 in observance of the Holiday. Normal office hours will resume on Monday, November 29 from 8:00am-4:30pm.

Today Governor Evers issued a proclamation recognizing November 1, 2021 as Election Hero Day in Wisconsin. This celebrat...
11/01/2021

Today Governor Evers issued a proclamation recognizing November 1, 2021 as Election Hero Day in Wisconsin. This celebrates the important work of election officials across the state, including our amazing Election Inspectors (Poll Workers)! Thank you for everything you do on Election Day – the City of Glendale appreciates you! If you would like more information about becoming a Poll Worker in 2022, please contact our office at [email protected] or 414-228-1718.

Today Governor Evers issued a proclamation recognizing November 1, 2021 as Election Hero Day in Wisconsin. This celebrates the important work of election officials across the state, including our amazing Election Inspectors (Poll Workers)! Thank you for everything you do on Election Day – the City of Glendale appreciates you! If you would like more information about becoming a Poll Worker in 2022, please contact our office at [email protected] or 414-228-1718.

The #AmericanRedCrossofWisconsin is urgently seeking local Disaster Action Team volunteers. Training is available both o...
10/22/2021

The #AmericanRedCrossofWisconsin is urgently seeking local Disaster Action Team volunteers. Training is available both online and in-person. Learn more at http://www.redcross.org/volunteer.

The #AmericanRedCrossofWisconsin is urgently seeking local Disaster Action Team volunteers. Training is available both online and in-person. Learn more at http://www.redcross.org/volunteer.

Remember to be exact and use simple words. Do not send photos, videos, group texts, abbreviations, or emojis when textin...
10/15/2021

Remember to be exact and use simple words. Do not send photos, videos, group texts, abbreviations, or emojis when texting 9-1-1.

Text-to-911 is available in all 7 North Shore communities.

Please visit us online at https://www.baysidewi.gov/text-to-911/ to learn more about Text-to-911.

Remember to be exact and use simple words. Do not send photos, videos, group texts, abbreviations, or emojis when texting 9-1-1.

Text-to-911 is available in all 7 North Shore communities.

Please visit us online at https://www.baysidewi.gov/text-to-911/ to learn more about Text-to-911.

If one of the following applies to you or the situation you are experiencing, text your location and type of emergency t...
10/08/2021

If one of the following applies to you or the situation you are experiencing, text your location and type of emergency to 911. Be sure to answer all questions and instructions that are sent back to you.
Text-to-911 is available in all 7 North Shore communities.
Please visit us online at https://www.baysidewi.gov/text-to-911/ to learn more about Text-to-911.

If one of the following applies to you or the situation you are experiencing, text your location and type of emergency to 911. Be sure to answer all questions and instructions that are sent back to you.
Text-to-911 is available in all 7 North Shore communities.
Please visit us online at https://www.baysidewi.gov/text-to-911/ to learn more about Text-to-911.

Get ready! The City of Glendale is preparing to start leaf collection! This process goes through November 2021 (continge...
10/06/2021

Get ready! The City of Glendale is preparing to start leaf collection! This process goes through November 2021 (contingent upon the weather) provided the following procedures are followed:

• Leaves raked to the curb, gutter and road shoulder areas by November 14.
• Leaves placed on City right-of-ways for City pickup should be raked in long narrow piles that are within reach of the leaf vacuum tube.
• Piles should not extend into traffic lanes, thereby creating traffic hazards.
• Leaves should not be placed around obstacles such as mailbox posts, sign posts and light poles.
• Crews will not pick up leaves mixed with debris, grass clippings, logs, branches, rocks, plastic, metal or glass containers, or any other type of refuse.
• Leaves should not be placed on City cul-de-sacs, vacant land or City property except on public right-of-way along the curb and gutter, and road shoulder areas.

To ensure your leaves are collected, please visit https://www.glendale-wi.org/289/Leaf-Collection for the proper leaf collection guidelines. Leaf collection is a service the city provides to its residents; however, the City encourages leaf mulching throughout the City.

Get ready! The City of Glendale is preparing to start leaf collection! This process goes through November 2021 (contingent upon the weather) provided the following procedures are followed:

• Leaves raked to the curb, gutter and road shoulder areas by November 14.
• Leaves placed on City right-of-ways for City pickup should be raked in long narrow piles that are within reach of the leaf vacuum tube.
• Piles should not extend into traffic lanes, thereby creating traffic hazards.
• Leaves should not be placed around obstacles such as mailbox posts, sign posts and light poles.
• Crews will not pick up leaves mixed with debris, grass clippings, logs, branches, rocks, plastic, metal or glass containers, or any other type of refuse.
• Leaves should not be placed on City cul-de-sacs, vacant land or City property except on public right-of-way along the curb and gutter, and road shoulder areas.

To ensure your leaves are collected, please visit https://www.glendale-wi.org/289/Leaf-Collection for the proper leaf collection guidelines. Leaf collection is a service the city provides to its residents; however, the City encourages leaf mulching throughout the City.

Don’t feel like raking leaves? That’s okay! The City of Glendale encourages residents to mulch leaves! Why? There are so...
10/05/2021

Don’t feel like raking leaves? That’s okay! The City of Glendale encourages residents to mulch leaves! Why? There are so many benefits: soil enrichment, water conservation, banned from landfill, saves money, insulation, and w**d control. So let’s get started….

• Keep your mower blade sharp
• Set your mower blade to 2.5 inches high
• Mow leaves when dry to prevent clumping
• Push lawnmower slowly to give mower time to chop up leaves
• Mow leaves when there is no more than 1 inch of leaf litter
• When adding mulch to gardens, do not put mulch right up to the base of plants or trees and make the mulch no deeper than 2 to 3 inches
• If your lawnmower bags yard waste, either remove the bag to spread mulch evenly over the lawn, or use the bagged mulch where necessary around trees, shrubs and gardens
• You may be able to convert your mower to a mulching mower by purchasing a mulching blade retrofit kit which is available at hardware stores and garden centers; mulching blades chop up leaves many times, producing very small leaf pieces
• If you use a lawn service, ask them to leaf mulch

For more information on leaf mulching and what you can do with leaf mulch, visit the City’s website at https://www.glendale-wi.org/763/Leaf-Mulching. Happy Mulching!

Don’t feel like raking leaves? That’s okay! The City of Glendale encourages residents to mulch leaves! Why? There are so many benefits: soil enrichment, water conservation, banned from landfill, saves money, insulation, and w**d control. So let’s get started….

• Keep your mower blade sharp
• Set your mower blade to 2.5 inches high
• Mow leaves when dry to prevent clumping
• Push lawnmower slowly to give mower time to chop up leaves
• Mow leaves when there is no more than 1 inch of leaf litter
• When adding mulch to gardens, do not put mulch right up to the base of plants or trees and make the mulch no deeper than 2 to 3 inches
• If your lawnmower bags yard waste, either remove the bag to spread mulch evenly over the lawn, or use the bagged mulch where necessary around trees, shrubs and gardens
• You may be able to convert your mower to a mulching mower by purchasing a mulching blade retrofit kit which is available at hardware stores and garden centers; mulching blades chop up leaves many times, producing very small leaf pieces
• If you use a lawn service, ask them to leaf mulch

For more information on leaf mulching and what you can do with leaf mulch, visit the City’s website at https://www.glendale-wi.org/763/Leaf-Mulching. Happy Mulching!

Text-to-911 services are now available in all 7 North Shore communities. This is not a method of convenience. The servic...
10/01/2021

Text-to-911 services are now available in all 7 North Shore communities. This is not a method of convenience. The service is intended to benefit people who may not be able to speak or hear in an emergency.

Text 911 if you need EMERGENCY police, fire, or medical aid AND you are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech disabled OR you cannot speak due to a medical emergency OR when a voice call might endanger your life or escalate the situation.

Please visit us online to learn more about Text-to-911.
https://www.baysidewi.gov/text-to-911/

Text-to-911 services are now available in all 7 North Shore communities. This is not a method of convenience. The service is intended to benefit people who may not be able to speak or hear in an emergency.

Text 911 if you need EMERGENCY police, fire, or medical aid AND you are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech disabled OR you cannot speak due to a medical emergency OR when a voice call might endanger your life or escalate the situation.

Please visit us online to learn more about Text-to-911.
https://www.baysidewi.gov/text-to-911/

I-43 Northbound Long-Term Lane Closure to Begin Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 6:00AM.
10/01/2021

I-43 Northbound Long-Term Lane Closure to Begin Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 6:00AM.

I-43 Northbound Long-Term Lane Closure to Begin Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 6:00AM.

It Feels like Fall - Enjoy the Day!
09/22/2021

It Feels like Fall - Enjoy the Day!

It Feels like Fall - Enjoy the Day!

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), as part of the I-43 URT (Union Refrigerator Transit Company) bridge...
09/21/2021
I-43 URT Improvements (Capitol Dr. to Hampton Ave.) – Milwaukee County

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), as part of the I-43 URT (Union Refrigerator Transit Company) bridge project, has begun reconstructing 1.5 miles of I-43 between Capitol Drive and north of Hampton Avenue. The following work is scheduled for the next phase of the project.

I-43 northbound, between Capitol Drive and Silver Spring Drive is scheduled to have the following overnight full closures:
- Tuesday, September 21 and Friday, September 24, from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m.
- Friday, October 1 and Saturday, October 2, from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.

LOOK AHEAD:
**I-43 northbound between Capitol Drive and Bender Road will be reduced to two lanes through late 2021, beginning Saturday October 2nd by 6 a.m.**

I-43 southbound, between Silver Spring Drive and Capitol Drive is scheduled to have the following overnight full closures:
- Tuesday, September 21, from 10 p.m. to 4:30 a.m.
- Friday, September 24, from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
- Saturday, September 25, from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.

The following ramps are scheduled to close approximately one hour prior to all above listed closures:
- Fiebrantz Avenue entrance ramp to I-43 northbound
- Silver Spring Drive entrance ramp to I-43 southbound

Detour Routes:
- NORTHBOUND motorists are encouraged to use the Green Bay Avenue exit ramp, north to Silver Spring Drive, east to Port Washington Road, south to I-43 NORTH entrance ramp to get around the closure.
- SOUTHBOUND motorists are encouraged to use the Silver Spring Drive exit ramp, west to Green Bay Avenue, and south to 9th Street, south to I-43 SOUTH entrance ramp to get around the closure.

For more information, please visit https://projects.511wi.gov/43milw/

Overview (current) Traffic Impacts (current) Project Updates (current) Bridge Locations (current) Map (current) Closures (current) Sign Up for Updates (current) Contact Us (current) Overview This project will reconstruct and rehabilitate bridges and roadway sections along I-43 from Capitol Drive to....

🚧 I-43 Southbound will experience overnight full closure from 11:00pm - 4:30am. Please view the link for more informatio...
09/13/2021
🚧 I-43 Southbound Overnight Full Closure

🚧 I-43 Southbound will experience overnight full closure from 11:00pm - 4:30am. Please view the link for more information: https://mailchi.mp/0d6a044e0434/i-43-north-south-prep-work-starts-5370817?e=df25bdef47

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has begun preparatory work for the upcoming 14-mile, I-43 North-South reconstruction project, between Silver Spring Drive and WIS 60, in Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties. The following work is scheduled for the next phase of this project:

Attend Community Coffee with the newly appointed Superintendent, Alyson Weiss, on Monday, September 20!
09/09/2021

Attend Community Coffee with the newly appointed Superintendent, Alyson Weiss, on Monday, September 20!

Attend Community Coffee with the newly appointed Superintendent, Alyson Weiss, on Monday, September 20!

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5909 N Milwaukee River Pkwy
Glendale, WI
53209

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8am - 4:30pm
Thursday 8am - 4:30pm
Friday 8am - 4:30pm

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+14142281705

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Could you please make it possible to pay property taxes online, directly from our checking accounts or credit cards? I used to go into City Hall to pay and sometimes have used the drop box after hours. I tried that earlier this week and saw no dropbox near the new doors. Would be so much faster and easier -- and safer -- for us all if we could pay electronically (ACH or electronic funds transfer payments). I believe it would simplify things for the City of Glendale, too. Thank you. TW
FOUND DOG. Young intact male brown and white pitbull dog found wandering on Green Bay Rd near Pelican Lane. Please contact me if this may be your dog or if you know who he may belong to.
Just a note to say how great the staff has always been at our voting station! Always helpful and always smiling. They deserve credit! :)
“The only thing Anderson had in common with the thieves is that she is also African-American,” said attorney Mark Thomsen, who filed the lawsuit. “Had Anderson been white this would not have happened.” C'mon, leaders of Glendale. This kind of behavior MUST STOP. I get that policing is a tough job, but really? Please relay to your chief of police that he needs to reform and update police procedures. This simply makes the GPD look like a bunch of racist bullies. We ought to be WAY past this as a nation.
Say goodbye forever to the tunnel beneath the freeway at Nicolet High School. But, why?
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Does anyone happen to know the seasonal hours/ opening date for the Sprecher Oasis at the Maslowski Community Park?
Why did the Common Council approve the construction of Govt, subsidized housing on Bender Rd, did they not consider what happened to North Ridge, Capitol Court and all the criminal activity around this type of housing? I bet none of them live in the area that they voted to destroy. Your common council at work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
HEY PEOPLE. WERE HIRING AT MY WORK IN GLENDALE. Pet University is a dog training, daycare and boarding facility with three locations in the area. We're currently looking for back handlers. This position is about maintaining a group of up to 15 dogs, ensuring their safety and making sure they're having fun 😍 of course this also includes LOTS AND LOTS of cleaning. Dogs are messy 😝 I am the hiring manager at Glendale along with the help of a few of my wonderful other coworkers, we're looking to hire a couple more people ASAP. So if you're interested, go to pet-u.net and scroll to the bottom of the page to find the employment application. You can either fill it out on your computer and send it in, print it and return it or feel free to stop in and fill one out on site 🤗 we're located at 727 W Glendale Ave. basically behind Sprecher Brewery. Any questions lemme know guys! 🐶🐾