The Town Office will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
At this time, the Town Board has yet to take official action to proceed with incorporation of the Town as a village or a city, or the scheduling of an incorporation referendum. The earliest this can take place is January 2, 2018. Once this does take place, however, we will post more information on incorporation, including the scheduling of informational sessions, on this website and our Facebook page.
Click here to view a list of upcoming programs for adults and children at the Graham Public Library.
Please be aware that the road closure barricades and signage near the entrance to the Town’s collection site are being relocated further east on Spring Street (CTH C), away from the site’s entrance. While the site will now be within the Highway 45 project work zone, any resident driving to it is considered local traffic for that purpose and can continue to use it. Residents living within the work zone may use Highway 45 or Spring Street from the west to access this site, as long as that route is passable; all others are encouraged to come to the site from the east on Spring Street to avoid adding to traffic on Highway 45.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will be reconstructing USH 45 from just north of Union Grove to Church Street in 2017. The project is expected to be completed late this year. That section of USH 45 will be closed to through traffic during construction. Access to the businesses near USH 45 and CTH C in the work zone will be allowed during construction; access to those businesses will be from the east and west on CTH C. The signalized intersection at USH 45 and CTH C will be replaced as a roundabout as part of this project.
In the spring of 2018, USH 45 will be reconstructed from Church Street to STH 20. This section of USH 45 will be closed to through traffic during the reconstruction of this roadway. Two existing box culverts will be replaced and one existing box culvert will be extended during this reconstruction project. This project is expected to be completed in September of 2018.
The official detour for both phases of this project will use STH 11, STH 75 and STH 20. Any project-related questions can be directed to Wisconsin Department of Transportation Project Manager Allen Gilbertson at 262-548-8817 or Allen.Gilbertson@dot.wi.gov. Click here to access the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s page related to this project.
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 on the CRCHD.
Click here for the no-fee permit application for implements of husbandry and agricultural commercial vehicles.
Click here to view the November 2017 meeting schedule.
Click here to view more information about the Union Grove Parks and Recreation Department.