Village Manager

Former Police and Fire Station Request for Proposals

The Village of Greendale (“the Village”) is accepting proposals for the renovation and reuse of its Former Police and Fire Station (“the Station”) at 6600 Schoolway, Greendale, Wisconsin.  Copies of the Request for Proposal may be picked up at Greendale Village Hall, 6500 Northway, Greendale, Wisconsin 53129 or from the Village’s Webpage –  The Station is a component of the National Historic Landmark designation that the Village was awarded in October, 2012. 

The Village will evaluate proposals to restore the Station to the greatest extent possible to its original as built appearance.  The Village reserves the sole right to evaluate every aspect of any proposal for the renovation and reuse of the Station and determine their merits/value to the Village as a whole. The Village reserves the right to reject any and all proposals.

The Village is accepting proposals for the potential renovation and reuse of the Station located at 6600 Schoolway in the Village.  The Village was founded in 1938 as one of three (3) Greenbelt communities in the Nation.  In 1938 the Village also built the building at 6600 Schoolway commonly referred to today as the “Former Police and Fire Station”.  Over the years this building has actually served as the Village’s Police Department, Fire Department, Municipal Court and central heating plant. 

The Station is a 2-story brick structure that contains approximately 4,200 square feet on the first floor level, a partial second level of 1,300 square feet and a partial basement of 2,900 square feet.  The total building is approximately 8,400 square feet.  The building has been vacant since November 1998. 

Sealed proposals are due by Noon, November 22, 2017 to the Village Manager, 6500 Northway, Greendale, WI 53129.