Village of Mukwonago

Village of Mukwonago Mukwonago resides at the intersection of life, leisure and economic leadership. Minutes from Milwaukee with convenient access to Chicago and Madison, Mukwonago couples urban amenities with a quaint small-town lifestyle.

We are a connect community! See opportunity below for small business.WEDC is beginning to add Connect Communities to the...
06/04/2020
Main Street Wisconsin

We are a connect community! See opportunity below for small business.

WEDC is beginning to add Connect Communities to their new online retail database (https://www.mainstreetwi.com/).

They are entering any retail businesses that offer online sales that can be delivered within the state beyond gift cards or can be picked up curbside. Right now WEDC is focusing on marketing this tool as a “shop local statewide even if what you need isn’t offered in your home community”. In addition, businesses need to be located in your district and they need to have some kind of online presence.

With all of that being said, if you have businesses that you would like added to the website, please send me the following information for each business.



Information needed:

Business Name

Type of Business (what do they sell)

Website/Social Media

Offer curbside pick up or delivery?

How can someone order from them? (ie: order online, call to order, message on Facebook, etc.)

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you.



Best,

Adriana



Adriana Saia

Downtown Development Promotions Manager

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

201 W. Washington Avenue

Madison, WI 53703



Ph: 608.210.6854

Want to shop small and support local businesses? Search by geography or category to shop hundreds of small businesses from around the state. It’s downtown direct to your door!

06/03/2020

The Village of Mukwonago Department of Public Works is seeking applicants for a Seasonal Crewpersons for the 2020 summer season.

Approximately May through August

Primary duties include sports field prep, park maintenance, mowing and trimming.

See job description for additional duties.

Successful candidates must be 18 years of age on or before start date.

The pay rate is $9.00- $15.00 per hour, D.O.E. for this position.

Only online general applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The general application and job description can be found on the Village of Mukwonago website here:
https://villageofmukwonago.com/government/job-opportunities/

Photos from Village of Mukwonago's post
06/02/2020

Photos from Village of Mukwonago's post

06/02/2020
05/28/2020
register.gotowebinar.com

Please join us tomorrow for "Reopening and Recovery: Village of Mukwonago" hosted by Waukesha County Center for Growth

"Reopening and Recovery" webinars will feature one community each week discussing re-opening and the recovery plans of their community and also give an update on development/redevelopment projects which are moving ahead.

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6015319670950692107

05/27/2020
05/25/2020

Thank you to all of our past, current, and future service members Happy Memorial Day. Stay safe.

The Regular Village Board meeting is May 20, 2020 at 6:30pm.  Due to continued health and safety precautions, the Villag...
05/19/2020

The Regular Village Board meeting is May 20, 2020 at 6:30pm. Due to continued health and safety precautions, the Village will be conducting this meeting virtually. Log on information can be found on the top of the Agenda. If you would like to participate, you can contact the Village Clerk for more information. Agendas and meeting information is available here: https://villageofmukwonago.com/government/agendas-minutes/

Today, Gov. Tony Evers announced $75 million in assistance for small businesses as part of the Wisconsin Economic Develo...
05/18/2020
Press Release: Gov. Evers Announces $75 Million We’re All In Grant Program and Initiative to Spur Wisconsin’s Economic Recovery, Promote Safe Business Practices

Today, Gov. Tony Evers announced $75 million in assistance for small businesses as part of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s “We’re All In” initiative. Funded largely by federal dollars received through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, this initiative will provide direct assistance to small businesses most impacted by the duration and restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic. These $2,500 cash grants will assist with the costs of business interruption or for health and safety improvements, wages and salaries, rent, mortgages, and inventory. Businesses will be able to apply for grant assistance in early June.

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/WIGOV/bulletins/28c2d0c

MADISON—Gov. Tony Evers today announced $75 million in assistance for small businesses as part of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s We’re All In initiative, a comprehensive effort to celebrate and help Wisconsin’s small businesses get back on their feet and support best practi...

The Village is aware of and has reviewed the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision which has invalidated the Secretary of the...
05/16/2020

The Village is aware of and has reviewed the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision which has invalidated the Secretary of the Department of Health’s Safer at Home Order. Considering that decision and in consultation with staff, the following guidelines will be used to reopen Village Hall and related facilities.

For Mukwonago Community Library reopening information, please see their webpage: https://www.mukwonagolibrary.org/coronavirus-covid-19-and-your-library/

Please contact the Village Administrator at [email protected] or 262-363-6420 x2100 if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions for improvement. This set of protocols may be amended from time to time to reflect changing best practices or legal requirements.

Warmest regards. Stay safe.

Here it is - Parks guidance We encourage people to stay safe and follow CDC guidelines. In addition, the Village will NO...
05/15/2020

Here it is - Parks guidance

We encourage people to stay safe and follow CDC guidelines. In addition, the Village will NOT be taking any enforcement action in its parks or playgrounds related to social distancing, gathering size, or the Safer at Home order.

05/15/2020

We're going to have guidance on our parks and outdoor facilities and open areas soon, but the bottom line is - it's mostly going to be at your own risk. We can only guarantee weekly sanitization of our outdoor facilities. We're going to open our outdoor restrooms slowly as we determine that we can guarantee timely sanitization.

We want people to get outside and get back to their lives and be safe. And we're going to do everything we can to make sure that you can enjoy everything our outdoor spaces have to offer.

We're simply waiting on a memo to be released by the attorney general to make sure nothing's going to change in the next 24 hours. Thank you for your patience.

If you carry wipes or hand sanitizer with you as you use our parks and facilities and try and maintain appropriate distances, that would be much appreciated.

Fred Winchowky, President of the Village of Mukwonago, designates the week of May 17 - 23, 2020 as National Public Works...
05/15/2020

Fred Winchowky, President of the Village of Mukwonago, designates the week of May 17 - 23, 2020 as National Public Works Week.

05/14/2020

We will have much more detailed policy guidance to follow but the general gist is this...

All businesses in the Village of Mukwonago are free to reopen as there is no longer a State or local emergency directive. Further, any Safer at Home complaints we receive regarding gatherings or businesses will only be logged. We will not send a police officer to check out the business or gathering, as no one will be violating any emergency order.

Village offices and spaces will largely remain closed through the 26th and we will phase in a reopening plan with details to come in the next several days. When we do reopen, we will be providing social distancing/sanitization guidelines and measures to reduce person-to-person contact and occupancy restrictions. All public meetings will continue to take place through zoom through the end of May.

We encourage all residents, businesses, and visitors to use CDC guidelines for safe opening practices and social distancing.

In light of the Supreme Court decision last night, the Village is in the process of discussing next steps toward lifting...
05/14/2020
WEDC Focus Forward Reopen Guidelines - Working Together To Make Wisconsin Prosper

In light of the Supreme Court decision last night, the Village is in the process of discussing next steps toward lifting the local emergency declaration and getting Mukwonago back to business. We will have information posted later this afternoon.

Please expect information regarding reopening of businesses and public facilities to follow. Please share.

In the meantime, please consult the State's webpage for reopening guidelines.

https://wedc.org/reopen-guidelines/

Wisconsin businesses look forward to a future when they can return to providing products and services to their customers. That future will require the gradual adoption of new business practices that reflect the evolving reality of the COVID-19 pandemic and our success in mitigating the effects of th...

Photos from Village of Mukwonago's post
05/12/2020

Photos from Village of Mukwonago's post

If you work in the Village of Mukwonago please take the time to fill out this short survey. The survey is about how busi...
05/11/2020

If you work in the Village of Mukwonago please take the time to fill out this short survey. The survey is about how businesses and other community organizations have been affected by COVID-19 and the Stay at Home Orders.

The survey link is here: https://milwaukee.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_elIwKL3f3Hbfqe1

Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow
05/10/2020

Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow

‪There are still appointments available to get a free COVID-19 test if you are experiencing symptoms of the virus and live or work in Wisconsin. Call 262-548-7626 to schedule a drive-thru test. Test will be available May 11 & 12. Pre-registration is required.‬

Gov. Tony Evers announced yesterday that businesses looking to keep workers, customers, and families safe while “turning...
05/09/2020
WEDC Focus Forward Programs & Resources - Working Together To Make Wisconsin Prosper

Gov. Tony Evers announced yesterday that businesses looking to keep workers, customers, and families safe while “turning the dial” toward reopening can now draw on a series of publications to keep them informed of best practices and safety tips.

The brochures include general guidelines for all businesses to follow as well as industry-specific advice, such as for restaurants, retailers, manufacturers, professional offices, farmers, manufacturers, builders, hotel and motel operators, barbers, personal care services and other fields.

“Wisconsin businesses have done a great job in adapting to our state’s Safer at Home order,” Gov. Evers said. “As we begin to ‘turn the dial,’ they need to know how to reopen safely so that employees and customers can feel confident when they return.”

The guides were developed by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) in consultation with the Departments of Health Services, Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, and Tourism, as well as and industry experts and associations.

“What these guides really aim to do is provide actionable advice for businesses, especially small businesses, as they begin the road back to reopening,” said WEDC Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes. “The guides answer basic questions, such as how to handle transactions at cash registers, what to do about merchandise that’s been handled by customers, and how to set up an office using social distancing strategies.”

Some of the general advice for businesses includes:
• Making sure that employees who are sick don’t come to work
• Curtailing business travel whenever possible.
• Promoting telecommuting or other work-from-home arrangements
• Making sure employees have access to sanitizers and personal protective equipment when appropriate.

Gov. Evers said the reopening of state businesses will continue to be guided by the health care metrics contained in the Badger Bounce Back plan, which include tracking new cases of COVID-19, assessing available medical resources to cope with COVID cases, and ensuring adequate testing and mitigation resources.

Copies of the guide will be available on the WEDC website at: https://wedc.org/reopen-guidelines.

Relief and recovery resources for your business

Virtual Job and Resource Fair May 7https://www.waukeshacounty.gov/news/virtual-job-fair/
05/07/2020
Waukesha County - Virtual Job Fair

Virtual Job and Resource Fair May 7

https://www.waukeshacounty.gov/news/virtual-job-fair/

Job seekers and employers will have the opportunity to participate in a virtual job and resource fair on May 7, 2020 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Waukesha-Ozaukee-Washington Workforce Development Board and Centers, Employ Milwaukee, the Southeastern Wisconsin Workforce Development Board, and their....

05/04/2020

The Village of Mukwonago Department of Public Works is seeking applicants for a Seasonal Crewpersons for the 2020 summer season.

Approximately May through August

Primary duties include sports field prep, park maintenance, mowing and trimming.

See job description for additional duties.

Successful candidates must be 18 years of age on or before start date.

The pay rate is $9.00- $15.00 per hour, D.O.E. for this position.

Only online general applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The general application and job description can be found on the Village of Mukwonago website here:
https://villageofmukwonago.com/government/job-opportunities/

The Village of Mukwonago Police Department
05/04/2020

The Village of Mukwonago Police Department

The second tax installment is due April 30th.In person payments will not be accepted.You can pay your taxes on the Villa...
04/28/2020

The second tax installment is due April 30th.
In person payments will not be accepted.
You can pay your taxes on the Village Website or mail payments (must be postmarked) by April 30th or leave in our payment drop box.

Updated Safer at Home Order language and article.NOW THEREFORE, I, Andrea Palm, Department of Health Services Secretary-...
04/27/2020
Gov. Evers eases restrictions, allows some businesses to reopen

Updated Safer at Home Order language and article.

NOW THEREFORE, I, Andrea Palm, Department of Health Services Secretary-designee, by the authority vested in me by the Laws of the State,
including but not limited to Section 252.02(3), (4), and (6) of the Wisconsin Statutes, order the following:

Minimum Basic Operations. Minimum Basic Operations is defined by Section 14 of Emergency Order #28, Safer at Home Order, and shall additionally include the following:

a. Curb-side drop-off. Minimum Basic Operations may include customer curb-side drop-off of goods or animals for the purpose
of having those goods or animals serviced, repaired, or cared for by the business. Staff within the business or facility must be
limited to one person in a room or confined space at a time, including a car or truck. Services must be paid for on-line or by
phone. Drop-offs and pick-ups must be scheduled ahead of time to ensure compliance with Social Distancing Requirements as
defined in section 16 of the Safer at Home Order. Customers are not permitted in the business or facility. The business may not
require a signature by the customer. Suppliers to non-essential businesses and supply chains for non-essential businesses are
non-essential and shall only operate under Minimum Basic Operations to provide goods or services to other non-essential
businesses operating under this section.

b. Outdoor recreational rentals. Minimum Basic Operations may include rental of recreational equipment including but not limited
to boats, kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, golf carts, snowmobiles, and ATVs. Staff within the business or facility must be limited to one person in a room or confined space at a time, including a car or truck. Rentals must be paid for on-line or by phone. The business must schedule pick-up and drop-off ahead of time to
ensure compliance with Social Distancing Requirements as defined in section 16 of the Safer at Home Order. Customers must remain outside the business or facility. Rented equipment must be cleaned after each use.
Suppliers to non-essential businesses and supply chains for non-essential businesses are
non-essential and shall only operate under Minimum Basic Operations to provide goods or services to other non-essential
businesses operating under this section.

c. Car washes. Entirely automatic car washes and self-service car washes may open for service. High-touch surfaces must be
cleaned between each use if possible, or as frequently as practicable.

Safer at Home and Badger Bounce Back remains in effect.

Emergency Orders #28 and #31 remain in effect and are modified only by the specific additions described in this Order.

Duration. This Order shall become effective at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 29, 2020. This Order shall remain in effect for the duration of the Safer at Home Order.

https://www.channel3000.com/gov-evers-eases-restrictions-allows-some-businesses-to-reopen/

Gov. Tony Evers announced Monday that some non-essential businesses will be allowed to reopen with some modifications starting Wednesday morning.

04/27/2020

Here is a video from the parade for the health care workers! Thank you for all that you do.

Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Center
04/24/2020

Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Center

Don’t forget our food drive tonight when picking up dinner & drinks! Leave a can if you can! Badger Burger Company David Alan Alan's Smokehouse & Saloon Fork in the Road Culver's Domino's Mukwonago Main Street Liquor Boneyard Pub & Grille Mukwonago
5% off one item while you donate at Main Street Liquor!

Hydrant flushing has begun and will occur between the dates of 4-20-20 and 5-29-20
04/22/2020

Hydrant flushing has begun and will occur between the dates of 4-20-20 and 5-29-20

04/20/2020

Gov. Tony Evers announced the Badger Bounce Back Plan today, outlining information regarding reopening the economy.

The order includes three phases following the Safer at Home Order, which is currently in effect. The transition to each phase will be announced by the Department of Health Services.

Phase one will allow mass gatherings of up to 10 people; restaurants may open with social distancing requirements; some restriction removal (retail restrictions for essential businesses and operations), additional operations for non-essential businesses, K-12 schools can resume in-person operations, child care settings continuing full operations.

Phase two will include mass gatherings of up to 50 people; restaurants can begin full operations; bars may reopen with social distancing requirements; non-essential businesses resume operations with social distancing; post-secondary education institutions may resume operations.

Phase three will resume all business activity and gatherings — there will be minimal preventative measures in place for the general public, more protective measures for populations that are vulnerable.

To read Emergency Order #31, visit:

https://bit.ly/2XXMwKC

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440 River Crest Court
Mukwonago, WI
53149

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 12:00

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(262) 363-6420

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Looking for host families for the coming school year! This is such an amazing experience for families, schools and communities. Experience a different part of the world at home. Of you would like to learn more please pm, or visit our website to meet students and hear from host families 😁
Beautiful morning in our Village:)
To the Mukwonago Water worker that found my phone and turned it in to the police department, I salute you. Also the dispatcher that called me. Great village, great people. Thank you so much!
What day / time will trick or treat be, for the Village? 👻 🎃 Thanks!!
With all this great weather we’ve been having, maybe the village should consider destroying some more wetlands and rezoning the flood plains so they can develop more?
Hey Village of Mukwonago I see an excepted offer on the Horter Property, how much money did we lose on this lot ??
Does anyone know who to ask or who is responsible for stop and go lights? Specifically the ones at 83 and Wolf Run? They recently changed the left turn arrow from flashing yellow to hard red and the green arrow is quite short. Have there been a lot of accidents at this intersection? Just wasn’t sure with whom to discuss it—the DOT? The police? Village/township?
Are you looking to sell your condo? Or know someone who may? I am a Realtor of 18 years. I have a ready to go buyer looking for : *first floor condo, 2 bedrooms and a 2 car car garage. Their budget is $210,000. Please call me if you are looking to sell. Save a lot of money with a one party listing. Lisa Nevinski Homestead Realty 414-801-9753. Thank you.
Is garbage/recycling on for tomorrow?
Terrible snow removal job Village of Mukwonago.
Horrible snow removal Village of Mukwonago!
Who do I talk to about the poor maintance of the sidewalk in front of the cemetery? Last night I about broke my ankle walking my dogs there. This is not the first time. In my 8 years of walking the dogs, it has been an on going issue. It is the worst maintained sidewalk that I have come across in the village.