Welcome to the Village of Elkhart Lake
Located in the middle of the beautiful Kettle Moraine, the Village of Elkhart Lake is nestled on the shores of one of Wisconsin’s deepest and cleanest lakes. Incorporated in 1894, Elkhart Lake is rich with legends stretching from its American Indian forebearers and infamous gamblers to its longstanding status as one of the world’s top road racing destinations. The Village is known for the charm of its Victorian architecture and welcoming spirit.
Elkhart Lake is a community right with quality schools, community services and active governmental and civic organizations. If you are in the neighborhood, we hope you’ll pull up a chair and enjoy our annual Fireman’s Parade as just one example of the kind of values, spirit and hospitality that makes Elkhart Lake a great place to live, work and play.
Update: Effective Saturday, August 1, 2020, the Village of Elkhart Lake will require the use of face coverings in all village-owned or operated buildings and on any village-owned property. Update: On May 18, 2020, the Village Board approved the guidelines set by Sheboygan County, WEDC, and CDC. The Board set capacity limits at all Village…
The 2020-2021 Village Residents’ Beach Passes are available for purchase at the Village Hall. Please be patient as we will allow one person at a time into the office area. We will need names, phone numbers, and addresses for each pass holder. The residents’ beach is available for residents and their immediate family only. If…
We have some exciting news!! Victory Park subdivision will be breaking ground next week. This means they will be starting Monday by moving dirt. If you have any questions, please contact Pat Zorn at 920-207-8002.
Please respond to the census. The Village’s current response rate is only slightly over 55%. We need you to participate. Please respond to the 2020 Census online, by phone, or by mail, and shape the Village’s future today. Please click here for more information.
Take a look at this important message about “flushable” wipes and the damage they do to our sewer systems!