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Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes may be made in the following manner;

  1. Send in your tax payment to Village of Reeseville Treasurer - PO Box 426 - Reeseville, WI 53579 -- Include a Stamped Self-addressed envelope if you want a receipt.
  2. Pay in person at the State Bank of Reeseville 203 S. Main St. ---- Reeseville Office only
  3. You may pay on line at https://govpaynow.com/gps/user/plc/a000aj

VILLAGE UTILITIES

Dean Ziegel
Director of Public Works

208 Firehouse Drive Office (920)927-5243 Fax (920)927-5245
Cell (920)210-2516    Emergency Number (920-927-5477)

SEWER & WATER

Services are through the Utilities Department
(920)927-5243 
Emergency Only 920-927-5477


    CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT
    The Reeseville Water Department is required to issue a Consumer Confidence Report each year. 
    This report is for the purpose of informing the public as to the condition of the Village Water System.
    This report will now be included in the Newsletter.
    This report is for the previous year and must be out by July 1st of the following year.
    If you would like a hard copy or if you have any questions regarding this report,
    please contact Dean Ziegel, Director of Public Works, at 920-927-5243.


THE REESEVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER
408 N. MAIN ST.
CONTACT MANAGER, DENISE BEAL
920-927-5333

 

LOCAL PHONE SERVICE

services are through TDS Telecom
Phone (920)927-5210
1-888-CALL-TDS
www.tdstelecome.com

 
GAS & ELECTRIC
is through We Energies

We Energies
PO Box 2089
Milwaukee, WI  53201-2089
Phone 1-800-242-9137
Emergency Number 1-800-662-4797 
E-mail Customer Service service@mail.we-energies.com
Web site:  www.we-energies.com



CABLE TV

is through Charter Communications
1-800-581-0081 
Web site:  www.charter.com


SEWER & WATER

Services are through the Utilities Department
(920)927-5243 
Emergency Only 920-927-5477

Payments may be made several ways as follows;

      1. Mail check payable to Village of Reeseville Treasurer - PO Box 426 - Reeseville, WI 53579
      2. You may put them in the Drop Box in front of Village Hall
      3. You may pay on line at https://govpaynow.com/gps/user/plc/a000ai

     

POST OFICE

All Mail is picked up at the Post office. All residents must have a Post Office box.
All mail addressed to you should have your PO Box number listed first.

Post Office Hours

Window Hours
Monday - Friday 7:30am - 10:30am
& 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Saturday 8:30am - 10:15am

Lobby Hours
Monday - Saturday 6:00am - 6:00pm

Last pick-up for outgoing mail from the box in the lobby is 3:30pm Monday thru Friday and 10:15am on Saturday

Last pick-up for outgoing mail from the blue box outside the office is 4:45pm Monday thru Saturday

Post Office Phone
920-927-3696

 

REESEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY

216 S. Main St.  Phone 920-927-7390.   
Library Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 11 AM - 7 PM
Wednesday and Friday: 3 PM - 5 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 12 NOON

Web site;  www.reeseville.lib.wi.us.


 

Trash and Recyclable pick-up is every Friday except Holiday weeks when pick-up is on Saturday. 
On the first Friday of the month you may put any large items such as sofas, chairs, appliances etc.

No trash or recyclables are to be put out more than 24 hrs before pick-up days. This is a Village Ordinance.
All containers should be brought in within 12 hours of pick-up to keep the Village looking clean.              

Recyclable containers may be obtained from 
Dean Ziegel. Director of Public Works

All Village residents are entitled to ONE Recycle Bin.
This Bin is the property of the residence and must stay with the residence if you move. It does not belong to the property owner.

"HOW TO" RECYCLING GUIDELINES

Materials to be commingled

What do I Recycle? Cleaning & Preparation What Can't be Recycled?
GLASS

BOTTLES & JARS ONLY

GREEN, CLEAR & BROWN

RINSE CLEAN WINDOWS, MIRRORS, LIGHT BULBS, & TUBES, PYRES & DISHES, DRINKING GLASSES, CHEMICAL BOTTLES, MEDICAL CONTAINERS, LABORATORY GLASS
ALUMINUM CANS ONLY RINSE CLEAN, FLATTENING OPTONAL

FOIL AND BOTTLE CAPS

TIN & STEEL CANS FOOD CANS ONLY RINSE CLEAN FLATTENING OPTIONAL CARDBOARD SIDES JUICE CANS, AEROSOL CANS, PAINT CANS
PLASTIC MILK, SODA, AND DETERGENT BOTTLES MARKED #1 PETE
THRU #7
RINSE CLEAN STYROFOAM, PLASTIC CUPS, AND FIRM, HARD PLASTIC (TOYS, PAILS, ETC) MEDICINE BOTTLES & SYRINGES, PLASTIC SHOPPING BAGS (THESE CAN BE TAKEN TO PARTICIPATING RETAILERS FOR RECYCLING, i.e. WALMART, GROCERY STORES, ETC.

OTHER RECYCLABLE MATERIALS

MATERIALS TO BE MIXED WHAT DO I RECYCLE? WHAT CAN'T BE RECYCLED?
NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, OFFICE PAPER & CARDBOARD ONLY (CARDBOARD BOXES MUST BE BROKEN DOWN)

NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, CARDBOARD CARD STOCK, OFFICE PAPER, BOOKS, ENVELOPES, PAPER

OTHER EXAMPLES:

BROWN PAPER TAPE, COMPUTER PRINTOUTS, FILE FOLDERS-MANILA, GLUED PADS, TABLETS, PHONE BOOKS, POST-IT NOTES & ANY JUNK MAIL

BATHROOM WASTE PAPER(TOWELS, TOILET PAPER), WRAPPING PAPER, CARBON PAPER, CELLOPHANE, CLOTH, CORK, FOIL, POLYSTYRENE STYROFOAM, ANYTHING WAXED, CANDY WRAPPERS, NAPKINS, PAPER CUPS, STYROFOAM CUPS, STYROFOAM OR PAPER FOOD CONTAINERS, PHOTOGRAPHS, FIBERBOARD, LABELS & LABEL BACKINGS

ITEMS NOT LISTED SHALL BE CONSIDERED TRASH/GARBAGE AND DISPOSED OF IN APPROPRIATE TRASH CONTAINERS. ELECTRONICS MAY NOT BE PLACED IN TRASH OR RECYCLE DUMPSTERS.


The Village of Reeseville Building Inspector is General Engineering Company 
Portage, WI.   Phone 608-742-2169  Fax 608-742-2592

Construction which will require a building permit includes, but is not limited to:

1. New buildings including agricultural buildings, detached structures ( decks) and detached accessory buildings.

2. Additions that increase the physical dimensions of a building including decks.

3. Alterations to the building structure, cost shall include market labor value, or alterations to the building's heating, electrical or plumbing systems.

4. Replacement of major building equipment including furnaces and central air conditioners, water heaters and any other major piece of
equipment shall require a permit except as noted in ( C ) below.

5. Alteration of plumbing, venting, electrical, or gas systems.

6. Any electrical wiring for new construction or remodeling.

7. Any HVAC for new construction or remodeling.

8. Any plumbing for new construction or remodeling.

9. Any wood burning system.

( C ) The following construction activities shall not require a building permit:

1. Re-siding, re-roofing and finishing of interior surfaces, installation of cabinetry, and repairs which are deemed minor by the Building Inspector. Notwithstanding this section, however, a permit accompanied by structural load-bearing calculations may be requested of the property owner for re-roofing a building if the proposed re-roofing would constitute a third or more layer of roofing.
2. Normal repairs of HVAC, plumbing and electrical equipment or systems such as replacing switches, receptacles and fixtures.