We have 2 young cats that were found on the north end of town. Contact the Pulaski Police Department with any info.
The Department Public Works provides Village residents quality services and provides access to safe, well-maintained recreational areas. The Department Public Works mission is to ensure Village residents receive quality services and have access to safe, well-maintained recreational areas.
The department strives not only to maintain the Village infrastructure, but to implement long-term improvements aimed at enhancing the quality of life for the residents of the community. The Village of Pulaski has five parks covering ninety acres, a fishing pond, cross country and walking trails. The Public Works Department takes pride in maintaining pur streets and sidewalks during all four seasons. They also provide seasonal decorating, and support services for many community activities.
We have 2 young cats that were found on the north end of town. Contact the Pulaski Police Department with any info.
Update: The owner has been found.
We have a lost dog found Hawthorne Dr close to the Mountain Bay Trail. Please contact the Pulaski Police Dept. with any info.
He is back with his owner.
We have a lost cat found on Blue Heron Dr. Please contact the Pulaski Police Department with any information.
The owner has been found. Thank you for the shares.
We have 2 lost dogs found on the 700 block of Pine St.
Contact the Pulaski Police Dept. with any info.
***The dog is back with its owner***
Thank you for the shares!
Found dog on N. St. Augustine St. Contact the Pulaski Police Department with any info.
Found dog near Main Laney Dr and State Hwy 29. Contact the Pulaski Police Department with any info.
The dog is back with its owner. Thank you.
Here is some helpful information for businesses that are beginning the process of opening up that have recently been closed or were open with limited capacity.
We will be flushing fire hydrants and water mains starting May 26th and extending through June 5th. Unless unforeseen problems arise, this should not interrupt your water service.
Advance Construction, Inc.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Office (920) 434-3978
Fax (920) 434-6228
2141 Woodale Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54313
Please refrain from parking on the road on E Green Bay St tomorrow (Thursday) 5-21-2020 and again on Friday 5-22-2020. Northeast Asphalt will be working on paving the next 2 days to get the surface layer of asphalt down. You will still have access, but it may require you to take a different route.
We thank you for your cooperation and apologize for any inconvenience.
SPRING CLEAN UP NOTICE
This Friday, May 8th, will be the last day for Spring cleaning yard waste pickup. Items no longer accepted at the curb for the season include leaves and grass clippings. These items may still be dropped off at the compost site. We will be resuming normal Friday pickup of brush, garden waste, and metal. For a complete list of items accepted and services please visit our website at villageofpulaski.org.
E. Glenbrook Dr is back open.
Crews will be excavating today on the 500 Block of E. Glenbrook Dr for utility repair. Due to the excavation, E. Glenbrook Dr will be closed between Karcz Dr and Redhawk Dr starting mid morning. We expect reopening early to mid afternoon. Thank you for your patience.
**Residents on E. Glenbrook dr, Nancy ln, and James ct**
We currently have an issue with a fire hydrant on the corner of S. St. Augustine st and E. Glenbrook dr. There may be some interruptions in water service today during repairs to residents within 1-2 blocks of this location for the streets listed. Thank you for your patience!
The Village of Pulaski has started our leak locating and water service mapping. You may see us out in your front yard digging and raising/repairing the water shut off for your residence/business. Thank You!
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and recommendations from the state and federal agencies, please note the following changes to Village of Pulaski operations:
Village Hall and Public Works & Utilities Department offices are closed to the public until further notice. Residents are encouraged to visit www.villageofpulaski.org for information about services, the election, upcoming events, and other items of interest.
All Village meetings will be cancelled until further notice due to the direction of Governor Tony Evers ordering a statewide moratorium on mass gatherings of 10 people or more.
We encourage all residents to use our online services and outside drop box as much as possible.
The prescription drug collection service has been postponed. We cannot accept any medications until further notice. Do NOT leave prescription medications in the outdoor drop box.
For timely or urgent business matters, please call Village Hall at (920) 822-5182 or Public Works at (920) 822-8618. Staff will still be working, answering phones, and processing payments. Appointments may be scheduled if necessary.
We encourage everyone to limit their social contact as much as possible. Follow the recommendations, wash your hands, and take care of each other!
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Found dog on E. Green Bay St and Flora St. Contact the Pulaski Police Department with any info.
Owner has been found, thank you all!
Found dog on Corporate Way. Contact the Pulaski Police Dept. with info.
ICE SKATING RINK UPDATE
The ice rink located off of N. Fourth Ave. is open and in good condition!
The ice rink located in Veteran’s Memorial Park off of S St. Augustine St remains closed while still under construction. Stay tuned for updates!
Massey Ferguson 50- Minimum bid $2000.00
10’ Hydraulic V-box Auger Salter- Minimum bid- $1500.00
Both can be viewed at the Pulaski Village Hall at 585 East Glenbrook Dr. Bids are due by Monday, December 2nd at 12:00pm.
*Village of Pulaski Snow/Ice Removal Information*
Winter Storms are trying for all of us. No snow/ice event is the same. Some conditions that affect operations are wind, temperature before during and after snowfall, time of storm, duration of storm. Snow and Ice removal does come at a cost, but does not factor into our goal of keeping streets open, passable and returning them to a condition prior to a storm event. The Village of Pulaski does not have a “bare pavement policy” as this is not economically feasible or practical in Wisconsin winters.
The Village of Pulaski Public Works Department monitors road conditions very closely. The Public Works Department maintains approximately 19 road miles along with municipal sidewalks and municipal parking lots. Most Village streets must be plowed at least twice in each direction or four passes equaling 76 lane miles. As winter progresses and in times of record snowfalls roads may become narrower, however our goal is to maintain curb to curb width.
Parking Restrictions are December 1- April 1 of each year. Please see Parking Restrictions 39.03 in our Village ordinances.
Snow and Ice Removal Ordinances can be found at 16.12 of our Village ordinances.
To learn more about snow and ice removal operations within the Village of Pulaski or to voice any concerns please contact us at 920-822-8618. Thank You!
Pulaski Public Works Department
The water main break has been repaired and water is turned back on. Pending no unforeseen issues while finishing the project you should not have any more water service interruptions. Thank you again for your patience.
***Water Main Break***
There is a water main break mid-block on Memorial Dr. We are currently preparing to start excavation as we wait for other local utility companies to locate their services. Water service is expected to be briefly interrupted sometime between late morning and early afternoon which should only affect Memorial Dr. residents. Stay tuned for updates and thank you in advance for your patience.
THE PARK BATHROOMS HAVE OFFICIALLY BEEN CLOSED FOR THE SEASON!
Why is my water discolored sometimes?
The Village of Pulaski’s water comes from 2 Wells. One Well is 330 feet in depth and the other Well is 708 feet in depth. Groundwater by its nature will contain dissolved minerals, including naturally occurring iron and/or manganese. These minerals settle out of the water and accumulate as sediment in the water mains running under Village of Pulaski streets. The Village of Pulaski flushes hydrants every spring and fall for maintenance. These dates will be posted in advance on the Village of Pulaski website. The Village of Pulaski Public Works and Utilities flush the mains through fire hydrants to remove this accumulated sediment, and that action or any other disturbances such as fire suppression, a water main break, contractor work, hydrant maintenance or any type of high water demand can stir up sediment resulting in discolored water. If your water becomes discolored, run a cold water tap at full force until the water clears. Usually it will clear in a few minutes. If it doesn’t, please call the Public Works Department at 920-822-8618, or VillageofPulaski.org click on contact us.
Lost dog found on Summit St. Contact the Pulaski Police Department with any info.
The dog is back with its owner. Thanks for the shares!
Found dog this past weekend in the area of W. Pulaski St. and Lincoln St. Contact the Pulaski Police Dept. with any information.
She is back with her family. Thank you to all who helped and shared!
***RESIDENTS ON E. GREEN BAY ST.***
Starting tomorrow 9/13 street construction crews will be starting the removal of curb and gutter between Flora St. and S. Wisconsin St. Driveways will still be accessible.
Road Construction Updates:
Karcz Drive resurfacing is now complete.
South St. Augustine resurfacing and water main extension is almost complete with only shouldering left. Shouldering work is expected to be completed this week.
Pelican Drive/Crest Drive Watermain, Storm Sewer and Sanitary Sewer work is completed. Pelican Drive asphalt binder course is completed with the finish surface to be completed in 2020. Brown County Public Works has completed paving of the Roundabout. Brown County will be installing the remaining signage this week. During construction of the Roundabout and Pelican drive extension Brown County lowered the speed limit to 25 mph along County Highway B/Crest Drive for the safety of the workers. They will be raising the speed limit back to 45 mph. Please take note of the posted speed limit while you are driving! Brown County will be doing a traffic study in the fall of 2019 to determine if 35mph is an option as this is a County Road. Pelican Drive extension from Falcon Drive to the Roundabout will have a posted speed limit of 25mph. Wisconsin Public Service is working on the lighting for the Roundabout, however there is a delay due to the storms this summer.
East Green Bay Street from S. St. Augustine to S. Wisconsin St. Construction is ongoing and is expected to be completed in late October/Early November. Construction crews are replacing all water main, sanitary sewer main, and storm sewer main along with new laterals up to the right of way of each property. New curb and gutter will also happen along with new road surface.
We realize road construction can be an inconvenience, with some projects taking longer than others due to the scope of work being performed. We ask that you please travel with caution in construction zones as the safety of workers should be our number 1 concern.
Any questions or concerns feel free to contact us at 920-822-8618. Thank You!
Don't forget. Crest Drive/County B will be closed tomorrow, May 22, for a road construction project. Please find an alternate route to PHS and PCMS.
Rabbit found around the Williams St area. Contact the Pulaski Police Department with any info.
Found dog on the east side of Pulaski. Please contact the Pulaski Police Department with any information that can help get her home!
She is home with her family. Thank you to all who helped!
Public Works and Utilities is looking to hire summer help. Find the information on our website @ www.villageofpulaski.org
**ROAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATE**
Pelican Dr. / Crest Dr. extension construction has begun. There are temporary stop-and-go lights up. Please use caution while driving through this area. We will update more as construction progresses. Thank you for your patience!
Garbage pickup is still currently scheduled for today.
The ice rink located at the Pulaski Community Park off N. 4th Ave is open and in good shape!
We would like to thank everyone for their hard work and patience as we all dig out from winter storm Evelyn. Due to the amount of snow we understand sidewalk clearing may be a tough task and take some time but we do appreciate the attempt to do your best. This week we will be doing our best to widen the streets, clear fire hydrants, and remove snow from the down town area. Harter's has advised they will be picking up garbage and recycling today and will do their best to get to everyone. Again thank you for cooperation and great job Pulaski!
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