PEWAUKEE LAKE LEVEL ORDER

Pewaukee Lake Level Order

The water levels and dates for changing the Pewaukee Lake level were established in an Order by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources March 25, 1974. The Village of Pewaukee is designated as the Outlet Dam operator and shall maintain levels as indicated below:

The maximum level of the lake is 852.80 feet above mean sea level. (msl)

The minimum level of the lake is 852.20’ msl.

From May 15 to October 1 the lake shall be maintained as reasonably as possible to 852.80’ msl

From October 15 to May 1 the lake shall be maintained as reasonably as possible to 852.20’ msl

The transition periods between the minimum and maximum are from May 1 to May 15, and October 1 to October 15, as reasonably can be achieved.

(0.10 feet = approximately 1 ¼”)

2019 Open Book & Board of Review

Village of Pewaukee Open Book & Board of Review Information

The Village of Pewaukee Assessment Roll is now available for viewing during our normal business hours Monday – Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm
or you may click the document below to view the PDF version.

The 2019 Open Book will be held Monday, May 6, 2019 at 2 p.m. until 6 p.m.

Please contact the Village Clerk at 262-691-5660 or email csmith@villageofpewaukee.com to receive objection or waiver form.
These forms should be filled out 48 hours before the Board of Review hearing on May 22, 2019.

The 2019 Village of Pewaukee Board of Review will meet Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 3 p.m.  

Published BOR Notice 2019

You can visit the Board of Review page for more information.

Please contact the Assessor’s Office (800-721-4157) if you have questions concerning your assessment.

Please visit our Assessment Page for more information.

Thank you.

2019 Spring Hydrant Flushing Notice

Village of Pewaukee Water Utility Customers – Flushing of Mains

Routine flushing of the Village of Pewaukee water main distribution system will begin on April 29, 2019.

The flushing will occur between the hours of 7am and 3pm, Monday through Friday, for approximately 6 weeks.

The flushing of water mains is to improve and maintain long-term water quality and to minimize discoloration and odors. Residents may experience a reduction in water pressure when the crew is flushing the main immediately adjacent to their home or business.

Please visit the Water Main Flushing Page for more information.

Thank you!

Recycling Center Hours

The Village of Pewaukee Recycling Center, located at 1000 Hickory Street will re-open to receive yard waste and recyclables on the following dates:

Saturdays beginning March 2nd – 9am to 3pm

Wednesdays beginning March 13th – 3:30pm to 7pm

Please note that while any person may utilize the Recycling Center to drop off recyclables, Yard Waste dumping is for Village Residents Only. Residents must display their Yellow Brush and Yard Waste Tag in order to dispose of yard waste. Please re-use the tag from last year, or stop at the Village Hall at 235 Hickory St to obtain one. You will need to bring you ID for proof of residency.

If you have questions, please call 262-691-5660.

Dark Store Legislation Campaign

The Village of Pewaukee, along with many other Wisconsin municipalities, is supporting the League of Wisconsin Municipalities efforts to get legislation passed that would close Dark Store Loopholes that currently exist. Currently, loopholes in State law make it possible for commercial property owners to be assessed for much lower values, ultimately shifting the tax burden to residential property owners. The League of Wisconsin Municipalities has created a website with additional information regarding Dark Store Loopholes.

Please watch this short whiteboard video that explains how the Dark Store loopholes work and how it impacts you!

Railroad Crossing Project Information & Quiet Zones

State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Federal Railroad Administration Grant

Waukesha County Sealed Corridor Project

Village of Pewaukee Railroad Crossings

 

As indicated in a press release from the Federal Railroad Administration dated February 22, 2016, the State of Wisconsin was awarded a $3 million grant to increase safety at 10 railroad crossings in Waukesha County. Four of the crossings scheduled for safety upgrades are located within the Village. The proposed safety upgrades are summarized in the FRA press release provided below.

On Tuesday, March 28, 2017, representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, Canadian Pacific Railway, Office of the Commissioner of Railroads, and the Village, met to conduct a field review of the four crossings within the Village in relation to the grant to verify crossing conditions as part of a fact-finding part of the planning process.

The grant and its components are administered by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.

Please see the following documents for information related to this project:

 Quiet Zone Information

For information related to Quiet Zones and their establishment process, please review the Quiet Zone Guidelines, as provided by the Federal Railroad Administration.