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Call our Community Development Department at (262) 532-4270.
Call our zoning technicians at (262) 532-4273 or (262) 532-4276.
Visit the Waukesha County Register of Deeds website where you can do an online search for property tax bill information among other data, by entering part of an address or the tax key of the property
Effective April 30, 1992: All children under age four must be restrained in an approved child car seat. Safety belt requirements were also extended to apply to children between the ages of 4 to 8 with the use of a child booster seat.
After you complete the required information in the application and have your doctor certify your eligibility, you must send the application form and the appropriate fee directly to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation in Madison, WI.
You should notify the Wisconsin Department of Transportation if your change in address within 10 days.
For information on Wisconsin's Graduated driver's license law (GDL) points, visit WisDOT GDL Points.
For more information on the point system, visit WisDOT Points System.
For more information on occupational license's, visit the WisDOT Occupational License website.
An Erosion Control Permit can be filled out online and submitted to the Engineering & Development Department.
Please report the problem and location of a malfunctioning street light or traffic light to the Engineering Department. Contact engineering by phone at (262)-532-4400 between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm or complete this online report.
There are hundreds of miles of roadside ditches throughout the village. Due to time constraints, we act on a complaint basis only, unless the highway patrol determines that a problem is severe enough for immediate action. Those deemed higher priority will be completed first. Filing a complaint does not guaranty your ditch will be re-graded by the village if the Engineering Department does not deem it necessary.
After reporting the drainage problem, an inspection by staff will be conducted. If it is determined that temporary yard flooding during severe storms events is occurring without residual problems, no further action will be taken. Temporary storm water detention in yards and ditches is desirable to help prevent flooding further downstream by moving excess runoff through the area in a slower manner.
The Village of Menomonee Falls does not have an ordinance requiring that downspouts be located a certain distance from the property line. We would like to see down spouts no closer than 5-10 feet from the lot line if possible. We encourage the property owner to protect their property with a properly graded swale, leading to an acceptable area. Property owners can contact the Engineering Department to see what would be acceptable. Downspouts will not be accepted in cases where the run off would adversely impact village property up to and including sidewalks and roads.
Sec. 18-329(d) All sump pumps installed for the purpose of discharging clear waters from foundation drains and ground infiltration, and where the building is not serviced by a storm sewer shall either discharge into a conduit leading to a drainage ditch or shall discharge onto the ground at least three feet out from the building and one foot above the permanent grade. The sump discharge pipe shall be to the front of the building except where a public drainage ditch, street or drainage easement is on another side of the property, it may be located on that side of the building at least three feet from the corner of the building and be located in such a manner that the drainage shall be across the owner's property toward a street or drainage easement so as not to run on adjacent properties, or to create a nuisance.
Visit the Waukesha County website to view your bill or make an online payment.
Contact the Financial Services Department at (262) 532-4234.
You can expect your tax overpayment refund around 3 weeks after receipt of payment.
For questions regarding your property tax bill, call our Clerk Services Department at (262) 532-4212.
Yes. No person may operate a motor vehicle upon a highway in this state unless the owner or operator of the vehicle has in effect a motor vehicle liability policy with respect to the vehicle being operated.
A person with a CCW license can carry a concealed weapon, including a handgun, in their car. Under the new law, even a person without a CCW license can carry a handgun in his/her vehicle, so long as the weapon is not concealed. However, long guns (rifles and shotguns) still must be unloaded and encased while in a vehicle, whether the person is a CCW license holder or not.
You can pay your citation in full at the court office, then wait the 24-48 hour timeframe for the records to update at DOT, and then reinstate via in-person or on-line at the DOT. There is a reinstatement fee assessed by the DOT. IF you cannot pay the balance in full, you can come to court any Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. and speak with the Judge about your situation (financial/suspended driver’s license/payment plan). If the Judge allows a payment plan, he prefers that you put down 1/3 of your total balance due that same night. Wisconsin DOT
Go to the police department and fill out a records request.
Community Service can be performed at any non-profit organization, church, etc. It must be documented and sent to the court on the letterhead of the organization indicating date, type of service, and name and phone number of person who acknowledges that the service was completed.
You must go to the Waukesha County Circuit Court, 515 W. Moreland Blvd, Waukesha, WI 53188, the listed date and time of your citation. You can contact the District Attorney directly at (262) 548-7076.
Two shelters at Rotary ParkOne band shell and field area at Village Park Two shelters at Willowood Park 50-person capacity facility at Mill Pond ParkFour sheltered sites at Oakwood Park
You must be a Menomonee Falls resident or a company in the Falls to reserve a site. For more information or to reserve a shelter call (262) 532-4212, or visit the Clerks office. Cash and Check only. Reservations
The rinks are located in Riverside Park and Willowood Park. There are no warming devices at the rinks and outdoor lighting is limited. Evening skating is not recommended. Hockey is allowed on the east half of the Riverside Park rink. Village Parks
For more information on opening/closing dates, fees and tee times call (262) 252-3480. Wanaki Golf Course
Always dial 9-1-1 for emergencies. Emergency calls are to report a fire, a crime in-progress, a breathing problem, a poisoning, a major accident, a drowning, a stabbing or shooting, or any life-threatening situation.
Non-Emergency calls are made to report a minor accident, barking dogs, a burglarized property, a theft, power outages during a storm, someone selling drugs, loud parties, weather or road conditions, and runaways. These cases call (262)446-5070.
Requests for information, police reports, fingerprint services, etc. can be directed to the Business Office at (262)532-8700
Parking for over 30 minutes on any public street or public parking lot is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 am and 6:00 am.
Temporary night parking permission is granted for one or two nights to those persons with legitimate reasons to have their vehicles on the street during restricted night parking enforcement., except during designated holidays. Temporary parking permission will be denied if requests exceed 2-3 in a 30 day period, at which time a monthly permit should be purchased. Call the Police Department business office for overnight parking permission. 262-532-8700
Parking permits are $20.00 a month.
Payments for citations can be made at the Menomonee Falls Municipal Court (1st floor of Village Hall across from the Village Board Room), at the Police Department or online via the following link:
Yes, an alarm permit is required for residential or business alarms.
Yes, it is unlawful for any person under the age of 17 to congregate, loiter, wander, stroll, stand, or play in or upon any public place within the Village of Menomonee Falls either on foot or in a vehicle being driven or parked between the hours of 11:00 pm and 5:00 am, unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Also available to our community are tours of the police department. The tour visits the booking room, special investigations bureau, and the communication center. The officer will also show a squad car and give a brief demonstration of its equipment. More...
The street sweeping is done to clear debris left by winter snowplowing, to keep storm drains free of obstruction, and to help prevent pollutants from entering the drainage system. The sweeping is not intended to remove leaves placed in the street by property owners. Leaves from private properties should be mulched and left on the lawn, or bagged and taken to the Orchard Ridge Landfill with a yard waste permit.
Areas of the village with curb and gutter are swept on a regular basis as time and weather permit.
During an extreme rain event, inlets can become plugged with debris. Public Works crews are often sent to clear these obstructions when they become aware of them, but they cannot clear all inlets at the same time. To protect your property against flooding, consider checking an inlet that is near your house and keep it clear of debris with a shovel or rake if you can do so safely. Do not venture into the road to clear an inlet or wade through deep or murky water. If you cannot safely clear the debris, please contact the Public Works Department at (262) 532-4700.
Heavy trucks D-T plates stay with the vehicle.
You can call (608)266-2353, 24 hours a day to change your address on your driver license. See change of address for information on change of address for your registration/license plates.
No tax is paid if the transfer is to immediate family. WisDOT Title & Registration Application
If the Village main is found to be clear, it is the responsibility of the property owner to call a plumber or sewer / drain cleaning service to correct the problem. The property owner is responsible for maintaining adequate flow to and through the sewer lateral from the property structure to and into the Village sewer main. If the blockage is in the Village main, we will fix it as quickly as possible and keep you informed of what is being done.
You should immediately arrange for the cleanup of your property: Take before-and-after photos of the affected areas Itemize any property losses Wet-vacuum or remove spillage Mop the floors and wipe walls with soap and disinfectant Flush out and disinfect plumbing fixtures Steam clean or remove carpet and drapes Repair or remove wallboard or wall covering Clean up appliances or ductwork
It is important though as an owner of a stormwater pond to inspect it at least yearly to make sure the pond outlet is not clogged, trash is removed and trees are not growing wild in the pond or on it's banks such as Willow trees. Stormwater Inspection
Payment Options: We accept electronic payment, cash, or checks (made payable to: Village of Menomonee Falls).
Check out or payment guide: www.menomonee-falls.org/PayUtility
Pickup trucks may have up to four-inches plus for tires, and five-inches plus for suspension for a combination of an additional nine-inches over the manufacturers original specifications.
The following is a complete list of payment options:
A final read / billing is typically not done as the water / sewer is normally pro-rated at the time of closing. If for some reason it is not going to be pro-rated, we can do a final read / billing upon request.
For example:If the sample was taken through a hose.If you touched the inside of the bag.If the sample bag touched the spigot or faucet from where you collected the sample. If you changed the flow of the water.If you did not let the water run long enough.
It is up to the individual if you want to do another test.
If your water test fails, we automatically mail a sheet from the DNR with instructions on how to disinfect (chlorinate) the well.
Total coliform bacteria are used as indicators of microbial contamination of drinking water because testing for them is relatively simple. Coliform bacteria are hardier than many disease causing organisms; therefore, their absence from water is a good indication that the water is microbiologically safe for human consumption.