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Nov 22, 2022

Village Board Adopts 2023 Budget

The Village Board adopted the 2023 Village Budget following a public hearing on November 15, 2022. The 2023 Budget is the culmination of a three-month process involving direction from the Village Board, and teamwork among staff members and department heads across the organization. The 2023 Budget aims to continue high-quality municipal services, without any significant addition or reduction in staffing or service levels. Read More

Change to Curbside Garbage Collection

Beginning April 3, 2023 residents will be required to either use a Village purchased 65 or 95 gallon refuse cart, or leave individual bags at the curb.  No other refuse containers may be used for curbside collection.  This change will cut down on the amount of work-related injuries, and increase efficiency of the garbage routes.

As a reminder refuse may not be placed curbside prior to 6:00 PM on the day before collection, and no later than 7:00 AM on the day of collection. Read More

2022 Property Tax Bills

The 2022 property tax bills were dropped off at the post office on Friday December 2nd, and should be delivered by early the following week.  You may view your property tax bill online now by visiting:

Property tax payments may be paid online, mailed in, placed in the Village Hall drop box or paid in person at Village Hall.  Village Hall is open Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:30 pm. 
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Water Meter Replacement Project

The Village of Greendale will begin replacing residential water meters starting the week of August 22nd.  Replacement of the water meter is mandatory, takes about 25-35 minutes and is at no cost to the homeowner.  The Village of Greendale has contracted with Core & Main, and their installer Midwest Testing, to furnish new Sensus water meters.  All installers will have photo ids, uniform, travel in marked vehicles and have completed a background check.
The meter installation will start in the West side of the Village.  You will receive a welcome letter a few weeks  prior to the installers being in your area.  After that you will receive a letter with instructions on how to schedule an appointment for your water meter replacement. Read More

2022 Community Survey Results

A total of 802 responses were submitted to the Village of Greendale Community Survey administered in August 2022, representing 13.9% of all Village households. The survey results will serve as a guide to the Village Board in future decision processes. A survey results report is now available to download.

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Village to Consider Creation of TID #6 for Boston Store Redevelopment

The Village of Greendale will be considering the creation of Tax Incremental Financing District (TID) #6 to allow for the redevelopment of the former Boston Store property adjacent to Southridge Mall. The TID #6 Project Plan was presented to the Joint Review Board and Plan Commission on August 31, and received approval from Plan Commission. Village Board approved the creation of TID #6 on October 18, 2022 and final approval will be needed by Joint Review Board on a later date to be determined. Additional information about the proposed TID #6 can be found in the draft Project Plan. Read More

Bus Route Changes

Currently, Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS) Route 60 comes down S. 60th Street and travels down Northway through Downtown Greendale.  Due to low ridership, effective August 28, 2022, Route 60 will no longer come down Northway in the Village.  MCTS has agreed to send Route 76 down Northway in order to still serve this area.   Route 76 will come down Northway approximately every 45 minutes, specific route information can be found in the link below.

For more information on the route changes please visit:

For more information on Route 76 please visit:

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Pedestrian Improvements on Broad Street

In a continued effort to improve safety, a pedestrian safety/ADA improvement project will take place on Broad Street mid-block between Northway/Schoolway (where the existing crosswalk is).  The project costs are 100% funded by Community Development Block Grants. 

 This project will begin in early October and take approximately 3 weeks to complete.  While the construction is going on a portion of Broad Street will be closed, and the detour route will be Parking Street.  The parking lots for the Downtown businesses will still be accessible during the construction.

The project will involve constructing fa lat-topped speed hump (similar to a speed table) designed to physically limit the speed at which a vehicle can traverse it.  
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Village Board Adopts Resolution to Acquire and Extinguish Out-Dated Restrictons on Southridge Mall property

The Village Board approved a resolution at their June 1st meeting that will work to acquire the restrictive covenants governing the 100-acre Southridge Mall property and extinguish those which encumber all parcels associated with the mall and significantly limit redevelopment opportunites. Read More

Redevelopment of former Boston Store Site to include Apartments and Retail

On December 21, 2021 the Greendale Village Board approved Barrett Lo Visionary Development’s proposal for a mixed-use development at the site of the former Boston Store property at Southridge Mall that will bring upscale market-rate apartment options for residents, modern retail amenities and significant new tax base to the community. 

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