At Monday's Village Board meeting, Library Director Trisha Smith presented the Community Library's 2017 Annual Report.
The report includes achievements, financial data, and information about Wisconsin's libraries.
Do you know a High School student who wants to be part of the electoral process but isn’t old enough to vote yet? Do they want to earn service hours or some spare cash? If you do, you’re in luck!
The Village Clerk’s Office is looking for High School students to help out at the polls for the August 14th Partisan Primary and November 6th General Election. To be qualified to work at the polls, High School students must be in good standing a...
The Friends of the Germantown Community Library would like to thank everyone who donated books to the library over the past year for the 20th Annual Friends Book Sale in March.
Dear Village Residents,
The Friends of the Germantown Community Library would like to thank everyone who donated books to the library over the past year for the 20th Annual Friends Book Sale in March. We hope you'll continue to donate books to the library ...
For your convenience the Village Public Works Department is scheduling a Spring brush pickup starting the second Monday in May (May 14, 2018). Although this process will take approximately two weeks to complete, we will not extend the pickup, or pick up
brush that is put out after the first Monday of the pickup schedule. Limbs shall be no more than 6 foot in length and placed at the curb with the trunk facing the street for easier handling. Please tie branches 2" or smaller into bundles no larger th...
The Monarch Library System is thrilled to be able to provide all patrons in every member library the opportunity to engage in meaningful learning through free Gale Courses.
Gale Courses provide access to exceptional classes on multiple topics of interest, including career training programs. If you seek deeper knowledge of areas from A (Accounting) to W (Writing), Gale Courses has something for you. We hope you consider explo...
Washington County will collect Hazardous Waste, Electronics, TV's & Large Household Appliances on SATURDAY, MAY 5th - 8:00 a.m. to Noon at the Washington County Highway Facility in Slinger.Pre-registration and $30.00 per vehicle fee is required.
Please visit www.co.washington.wi.us/cleansweep for detailed information and registration form or call 262-335-4808.
Construction Pictures of the Gehl Peforming Arts Pavilion.
2018 ELECTIONS:FEBRUARY 20: SPRING PRIMARYAPRIL 3: SPRING ELECTIONAUGUST 14: PARTISAN PRIMARYNOVEMBER 6: GENERAL ELECTION
FEBRUARY 20: SPRING PRIMARY for Wisconsin Supreme Court and Ward 1 and 2 will vote for the primary for County Supervisor
APRIL 3: SPRING ELECTION INCLUDES Local Offices, Court of Appeals Judge, and Circuit Court Judge
Keep up with the latest Germantown happenings.
FEBRUARY 20: SPRING PRIMARY
AUGUST 14: PARTISAN PRIMARY INCLUDES Governor, Senator, Representative, Senat...