Sources for Reliable COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information
Responding to the current COVID-19 pandemic requires that we all work together. Below are websites for your reference for up-to-date COVID-19 information from the federal, state and county governments.
Federal Government – Center for Disease Control – www.coronavirus.gov
State of Wisconsin – Department of Health Services – www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19
Waukesha County – www.waukeshacounty.gov (click on Coronavirus tab under Top Services tab)
Recycling Center and Curb Side Brush Collection
Due to COVID-19, the Yard Waste and Recycling Center is closed until further notice.
Normally scheduled April curb side brush collection is postponed until further notice.
To register to receive an absentee ballot see the elections Section on how to receive a ballot by mail.
The Election Commission also has information for voters and election officials regarding the COVID-19.
Out of an abundance of caution related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the Village of Pewaukee Recycling Center is remaining closed until further notice and Spring Brush pick-up will be determined at a later date.
Please continue to check the website for updates.
*Please note that use of the Village recycling center for brush and yard waste for 2020 will require the purchase of an annual display tag. The cost is $25 and will be available at Village Hall after April 13th.
Absentee Voting Information
HOW TO RETURN YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT
1) Mail the Ballot back via the US Postal Service
2) Take the Ballot to Village Hall during normal business hours
3) Take the Ballot to Village Hall and insert in the Silver bin outside the Village Hall doors.
How to receive an absentee ballot by mail/email – Deadline is Thursday, April 2, 2020
Village staff are available to provide four options for residents to vote. Please note a copy of an acceptable photo ID copy is required to request an absentee ballot or to vote in person an acceptable photo ID is required to be presented to the election worker.
- The easiest way to request an absentee ballot is to go to the MyVote website at www.MyVote.wi.gov. You may request a ballot be mailed or emailed to you on this site.
- If you are concerned that your ballot will not be returned on time or that there will be a delay via mail you may insert your ballot in the silver bins outside each door of the Village Hall which would also avoid coming into the office and risking exposure.
- You may send a letter or fill out the EL-121 form which can be sent to the Clerk via mail, email or deliver in person. Please include your name, address, photo ID and which election you would like to receive the ballot for. You may request a ballot to be emailed or mailed to your residence.
- You may come into the Clerk’s office to vote during our normal business hours up until Friday, April 3rd at 5:00pm
- You may call and schedule an appointment with the Clerk’s office to perform a curbside vote. Staff will come to your car, verify your photo ID, and issue a ballot to be completed in the comfort of your car.
Online voter registration has been extended through March 30th.
You may register in the Clerk’s office through Friday, April 3rd and on election day. Registration by mail has closed.
For detailed information please click here.
Register and request an Absentee ballot online – please go to MyVote and click on the corresponding tile, follow the prompts as this site will walk you through the process.
The 2020 Spring Election will be held on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.
Election Day hours are 7:00 a.m. through 8:00 p.m.
The Village Staff have implemented measures to help reduce the exposure of COVID-19 by wiping down voting booths continuously throughout the day, giving each voter a clean pen to use, providing hand sanitizer and utilizing social distancing recommendations.
The Wisconsin Election Commission has also provided COVID-19 guidance for the April 7th election and poll workers on their website. Please visit https://elections.wi.gov/covid-19 .
Spring Election – SAMPLE BALLOT
* Visit the MyVoteWI website to determine if you are currently registered to vote, to request an absentee ballot, or to look up your voting location *
The last day to register by mail is March 18th, 2020. Starting March 19th, 2020 registrations need to be preformed in the Clerk’s office.
Absentee Voting in Residential Care Facilities has been cancelled due to COVID-19 for the April 2020 Election. Ballots were mailed to residents.
Type D Notice – Election Notice
Type B Notice – Election Notice
Wards 1-5 vote at Gethsemane United Methodist Church, located at 642 Main Street. Voting will take place on the upper level of the church, please follow directional signage posted inside and outside of the building.
Wards 6-10 vote will continue to vote at Pewaukee Village Hall in the Board Room, located at 235 Hickory Street
Visit our Elections Page for more information about elections, registering to vote, and voting absentee
The CDC recommended precautions for Preventing COVID-19 from spreading in Polling Places.
In-Office Absentee Voting
You can vote absentee for the following Elections during the dates listed below at Village Hall, 235 Hickory Street, during the regular office hours of 8am-4:30pm.
In-Office Absentee Voting Dates
April Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary
March 23 – April 3, 2020
The last day to Absentee vote is the Friday before the Election and the office is open until 5pm on that day only.
If you need help or have additional questions, please contact Village Hall.
OPEN BOOK is scheduled on April 14th, 2020 between the hours of 2:00 and 4:00 p.m.
The BOARD OF REVIEW meeting is scheduled on May 12th, 2020 at 3:00 p.m.
The Village of Pewaukee Assessment Roll is available for viewing by clicking the link.
If you have any questions regarding your assessment please contact Associated Apprasial.
Please contact the Village Clerk at 262-691-5660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive objection or waiver form.
These forms should be filled out 48 hours before the Board of Review hearing on May 12, 2020.
Fill out the objection form and return to the clerk. 48 hours notice is required.
Guide for Property owners is available at the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
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 or if you would like to set up an appointment to discuss your assessment.
Please visit our Assessment Page for more information.
We are currently hiring Summer Employees and a Recycling Attendant in the Department of Public Works
Visit our Employment Opportunities Page for more information!