Click here to view the advertisement for the Saturday, April 21 Clean Sweep of Electronics and Tires, to be held from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Village’s collection site, 19040 Spring Street (CTH C).
Please note that as we continue our transition into the Village of Yorkville, changes to our email addresses, website, Facebook page and signage will be ongoing. Please be patient during this time of transition, as some of these changes will occur gradually over time.
Until such time as the Yorkville Village Board (currently composed of the three sitting Town Board members at the time of the April 3 election) schedules an election for a new Village Board and the Village establishes a nomination period for candidates, nomination papers for positions on that new board (whether Trustee or President) should not be circulated or filled out, as those offices will not officially exist for nomination purposes until those actions are taken. It is expected at this time that such an election will be scheduled in mid- to late April upon the certification of the incorporation referendum by the State of Wisconsin. The period for circulating nomination papers will likely be sometime in late April/early May; based upon the number of votes cast in the April 3 referendum, the range of signatures required for these nomination papers will need to be between 56-112. The preferred date for this election at this time is June 12, 2018; this date is subject to change. Updates will be provided on this website and the Village’s Facebook page as they become available.
Included below is information that individuals interested in running for Village Trustee or Village President can review in advance of the official candidate nomination period:
Ballot Access Checklist – Click here (note that this was the form used for municipal offices in the April election; filing deadlines and signatures required are not the same)
Declaration of Candidacy – Click here
Campaign Registration Statement- Click here
Nomination Paper for Non-Partisan Office – Click here
Construction of the Washington Avenue (STH 20)/Spring Street (CTH C) roundabout is scheduled to begin the week of March 5. Traffic on STH 20 will be reduced to one lane in each direction beginning that week for the duration of the project. In mid-March, CTH C north of STH 20 will be closed until late June or early July. Motorists can use STH 20 and the West Frontage Road as a detour around this closure. This project is scheduled for completion in October 2018. Per WisDOT, no other closures are planned beyond that on CTH C north of STH 20. Please direct any questions related to this project to Dan Sellers, WisDOT Southeast Region Communications, at (262) 548-6702 or Daniel.Sellers@dot.wi.gov. The WisDOT website for this project can be found here: https://projects.511wi.gov/20rab/.
The second half of the Colony Avenue (USH 45) construction project is scheduled to begin the week of March 12. USH 45 will be closed from Church Road to Washington Avenue (STH 20) for the duration of the project. Plank Road (CTH A) will be closed at USH 45 for the duration of the project. The closed portion of USH 45 will ONLY be open to local traffic and emergency vehicles. Other drivers may be ticketed for operating in the construction zone. The detour for this project follows STH 11, STH 75 and STH 20. This project is scheduled for completion in August 2018. Please direct any questions related to this project to Dan Sellers, WisDOT Southeast Region Communications, at (262) 548-6702 or Daniel.Sellers@dot.wi.gov. The WisDOT website for this project can be found here: https://projects.511wi.gov/us45rac/.
Click here to view more information from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation on road improvement plans in the vicinity of the proposed Foxconn development in the Village of Mount Pleasant.
Click here to view a list of upcoming programs for adults and children at the Graham Public Library.
Click here for more information on how to dispose of various household hazardous wastes.
Click here to view a list of locations in Racine and Kenosha Counties that accept used oil, oil filters, antifreeze and batteries.
Click here to view a list of locations in Racine and Kenosha Counties that accept medical waste and styrofoam-like materials.
Click here to view a list of locations in Racine and Kenosha Counties that accept electronics and light bulbs.
Click here to request sex offender placement notifications from the Wisconsin Department of Corrections.
As of January 1, 2015, we will begin contracting with the Central Racine County Health Department (CRCHD) for public health services. Click here for more information about the CRCHD.
Click here to view the April 2018 meeting schedule.
Click here to view more information about the Union Grove Parks and Recreation Department.