Greendale Village Hall Update

Village Hall Update

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Greendale Village Hall
6500 Northway
Greendale, WI 53129

Your bi-weekly news update from the Village of Greendale including important announcements, a look back at recent events and a look forward at the upcoming events in Greendale, Wisconsin. 


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Village Board Meeting in Review
At the December 21, 2021 Board meeting the Board approved the following items:

  • A special use/building permit to replace an existing garage at 5574 Angle Lane.
  • A redevelopment agreement for the former Boston Store site between the Village of Greendale and Barrett Lo Visionary Development. The redevelopment would include the removal of the Boston Store building and the addition of apartments and retail space.
  • A resolution approving the appointment of the 2022 and 2023 Election officials.
  • To begin the process for recruiting the next Village Manager (the current Village Manager has provided his notice of retirement) and that the recruitment will be handled internally.
  • Amending the salary resolution to increase the salary range of the Deputy Treasurer position.
  • A proclamation proclaiming January 8, 2022 as Carter Kurzka Day in the Village of Greendale in recognition for him achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.

January 18, 2022 Village Board Meeting Preview
The Board will consider approving:

  • A special use/building permit application to install canopy structures in the drive-thru at Chick-Fil-A (A public hearing will be held on this item).
  • The purchase of a replacement UPS Battery Backup unit for the Police Department, as included in the 2022 Budget.
  • A renewal of the IT Services Agreement with the Greendale School District.
  • A policy for determining how a regular Class B liquor license would be reassigned upon the closure of a business that had a regular license.  The Village is limited in the number of regular liquor licenses we can issue per year and after the regular licenses are used up we have a set number of reserve liquor licenses that we can issue.
  • Fee increases for certain licenses, permits and special services in the Inspection Services, Public Works, Health, Fire and Clerk & Treasurers Offices.
  • Review of current staffing levels in the Police Department.
  • Review of the current Hose Tower Policy and Rental Agreement.
The Board will meet in closed session to discuss the Southridge Mall area, contract negotiations for the Police & Fire Unions and the Village Manager's 1st Quarter Goals and Objectives, but no action will be taken on these items.

To view the full agenda:  

Police Station Flooring/Painting Project
The police station flooring/painting project will begin on Monday 01/17. The first area will be the lobby, with flooring being replaced 01/17 – 1/20 followed by painting from 1/21-1/25.    While the flooring in the lobby is being completed the lobby will be closed to the public. 

During this time citizens are encouraged to pay their citations online by clicking here.  The medication disposal box will be unavailable, please hold onto your medications until the lobby reopens.  Parking permits will not be sold in person while the lobby is closed.  Please call the non-emergency phone number if you need a parking permit during the timeframe that the lobby is closed, 423-2121.

Polling Place Changes
The Board recently amended the Village's ward map upon completion of the 2020 Census.  As part of this process staff proposed a reduction in the number of polling places in order to provide cost savings to the Village and make the election process more efficient.  All registered voters will be receiving a mailing from the Village providing information on their polling place for the 2022 elections.  The Village will now have 2 polling places - Greendale High School and Highland View Elementary.  All residents who live east of Loomis Road will vote at Highland View and all residents that live west of Loomis Rd will vote at the High School.  You can always find your polling place here:  Beyond the letter there will also be reminders of this change published in the Village's newsletter, social media and signs posted at the prior locations on the day of the election directing people to their new polling location.