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.
We have begun the process of updating the Village’s Comprehensive Plan. Please take the time to fill out and return the surveys that were mailed out last week. We did our very best to put together a complete mailing list, but if someone was missed please know that we have surveys available at the clerk’s…
The 2018-2019 passes can be purchased at the Village Clerk’s Office from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. ***2019 is the second year of the two-year pass*** $5.00 per pass…..Village Residents $30.00 per pass….School District Residents who live outside of the Village
A dumpster is provided at the Village Garage beginning April 13th, 2019. Current hours are WEDNESDAYS from 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. and SATURDAYS from 8:30 A.M. to 3 P.M. This is for yard waste only, not lake waste! Yard waste, leaves, brush, garden debris, etc., will not be picked up curbside. A truck for large brush…
Dog Licenses were due March 31st Please stop in at the Village Hall to provide proof of rabies vaccination and pay the fee ($7.00 per spayed or neutered dog and $14.00 per dog if not spayed or neutered plus the $5.00 late fee)
The Elkhart Lake Village Offices will be closed on Friday, April 19th in observance of Good Friday. Water bills can be dropped in the Police depository located to the west of the Pine Street entrance. They can also be dropped off at National Exchange Bank & Trust.