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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.

VILLAGE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Street Salt Shortage

Due to a county-wide salt supply shortage, Public Works will be salting intersections and corners only. Please contact the Clerk’s Office at 920-876-2122 with any concerns.

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Property Taxes must now be sent to Sheboygan County

As of February 5th, 2019, the Village Treasurer’s Office is no longer collecting property taxes. Please do not send them to the Village of Elkhart Lake.  Property taxes must now be sent to the Sheboygan County Treasurer, 508 New York Avenue – Room 109, Sheboygan, WI 53081-4126. 

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Help Reduce Chloride in the Village

Please review this brochure on ways that you can help reduce the level of Chloride in our sewer system.

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Photo ID is required for all elections

For more information please visit bringit.wisconsin.gov or call the Clerk’s Office at 920-876-2122.

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ATTENTION DOG OWNERS

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…

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