If you see a stopped emergency or maintenance vehicle with its emergency lights flashing, move over or slow down. The "Move Over Law" requires drivers to give ample room to workers on the road by moving over to a further lane, or slowing their s...Read on...
Burning permits for residence in the Town of Oconomowoc or Village of Lac La Belle can be obtained by clicking the link below. Open burning is not allowed in the City of Oconomowoc.
The use of any and all fireworks is not allowed in the City of Oconomowoc. Please visit one of the local professional displays that take place throughout the year. Attached is the local ordinance for the City of Oconomowoc regarding fireworks.
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Waukesha County is offering residents opportunities to celebrate and promote recycling by taking part in state and nationwide campaigns. Starting April 3, residents can take advantage of free recycling facility tours and online opportunities to learn
In-Person Absentee Voting at City Hall for the upcoming April 4th Spring Election starts on Monday, March 20th thru Friday, March 31st from 8 am to 5 pm. There is no voting on Saturday's or Sunday's. An absentee application can be downloaded fro...
Waukesha County and the City of Milwaukee celebrate two years since operations began at the regional Materials Recovery Facility (MRF). The new facility’s streamlined recycling process resulted in more recycling, local tax relief and improved public and
Just a reminder that the residential yard waste pickup does not start until the first week of April. With the weather starting to warm, getting a jump on yard work is in our thoughts, but we have a month to go before the first pick up.
Waukesha County is pleased to announce the WDNR has approved a 3-yr grant aimed to prevent or slow the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in county lakes and streams. The grant will fund public invasive species education and programs.
We share important city information, updates on projects and new developments in our departments in this issue of the City Newsletter.
Have you checked out the City's Facebook page recently? The City's Facebook page is a great resource for up-to-date information as well as sharing City events and happenings.
Traffic to Roosevelt Park will be detoured at Jefferson Street to State Street back up to Forest Street to enter Roosevelt Park parking lot. You can also park on surrounding neighborhood streets . Please see the attached map of the detour route.
The Oconomowoc Rec Spring-Summer activity brochure is out. Sign up begins March 13. You must establish a new account at http://recdesk.oconomowoc.com
Oconomowoc Utilities has two $1,000 Public Power scholarships available this year. For eligibility requirements click