Tax payments are accepted Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Village office located at 40 Pine Street. If the Village office is closed payments can be dropped in the Police depository, located to the west of the Pine St. entrance. Tax payments can also be dropped off at Wisconsin Bank & Trust and National Exchange Bank & Trust.
Remember to clean up after your dog! If you do not, you are in violation of VILLAGE ORDINANCE 8.29: Any person owning or having control of any animal shall clean up the feces of such animal immediately and dispose of it in a sanitary manner when the animal has defecated on the property of another or on public property.
For more information please visit bringit.wisconsin.gov or call the Clerk’s Office at 920-876-2122.
On January 25, 2016 the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group board of directors voted to accredit the Elkhart Lake Police Department after a rigorous assessment process. The accreditation process is designed to verify that the Elkhart Lake Police Department meets the Board’s state-of-the-art standards and is a voluntary process which is a highly prized recognition of law enforcement professional excellence. This accreditation demonstrates our voluntary commitment to law enforcement excellence by its compliance to a body of standards deemed essential to the protection of life, health, safety and rights of the citizens we serve. The Elkhart Lake Police Department is proud to be among very few accredited departments in Wisconsin and the only agency in Sheboygan County with this respected status. Accreditation status is granted for three years, during which time the agency must submit annual reports attesting continued compliance with those standards under which it was initially accredited. For those wishing more information please contact Chief Meeusen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 876-2244. For more information regarding the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Accreditation Group, please write to WILEAG at P.O. Box 270693, Milwaukee, WI 53227 or email@example.com
Recently a Wisconsin firefighter was killed while assisting at the scene of a vehicle crash. Initial reports indicate that a truck did not see the fire truck until it was too late and when it swerved it struck the fireman and ultimately killed him. Wisconsin law required that all vehicles move over or slow down when approaching/passing stopped emergency vehicles. Please remember this when you are out and about driving. The fine for such a violation is $187 and 3 points assessed to your license.
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The 2015 Elkhart Lake Water Department Consumer Confidence Report is now available. To view it online click here. To obtain a paper copy, please stop in at the Clerk’s Office at 40 Pine Street or call 876-2122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
9. Next door to Subway
Address – 111 E. Rhine St. (View on Google Maps) Owner – Shannon Barrett Business – Vacant Tax Key – 59121580020 Age – 1910, remodeled in 1994 Area On Main Level – 1,000 s.f. Located in the historic Village Square, approximately 1000 square feet on the main level of the building is available for rent. This space would be perfect for a shop or similar venture. Please contact Shannon Barrett at 1-414-588-5919 if interested in operating a business in this space.