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Board of Review Open Book 

will be July 30, 2014 from 10:00am - 11:00am


River Hills Subdivision residents, PLEASE READ:

Last night your subdivision had four burglaries from residences.

All of them occurred while the residents were sleeping. The suspect(s)

either cut a basement window screen or pried open a garage

 service door. Items taken consisted of cash and small electronic

 devices that were readily accessible.

Please be extremely vigilant in locking your doors and windows,

 keeping security lights on, keeping valuable objects out of site,

 trimming your bushes down near your home, and reporting all

 suspicious activity to the police department. Non-emergency call

 (262) 524-3831 or emergency call 9-1-1. Please discuss this

 situation with your family members and develop a plan of action to

 stay safe. Thank you!

Russell P. Jack

Chief of Police




W250 S3567 Center Road
Waukesha, WI 53189-7364

FAX (262)542-7870

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Town of Waukesha is located in south-central Waukesha County, on the outer perimeter of the City of Waukesha, approximately 50 minutes east of Madison and 20 minutes west of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Since 1958, the Town hall offices and fire station have been located on a 10-acre parcel at W250 S3567 Center Road, just south of Sunset Drive and north of STH 59. (Map)

The Town of Waukesha, originally named theWaukesha Old Town Hall Town of Prairieville and located in Milwaukee County, has been in existence since 1842 with the original Town Hall located at East and Wisconsin Avenue in what is now downtown Waukesha.

The mission and goal of the Town is to provide a semi-rural living environment for the residents and provide necessary services while maintaining a low and affordable tax rate. The Town continues to accomplish this goal through proper land use planning containing the appropriate mix of residential, business, agriculture and open space. The Town Board believes strongly in the need for cooperative intergovernmental efforts.

The Town of Waukesha Government consists of:

  • an elected five (5) person Board of Supervisors
  • an appointed Town Clerk/Treasurer
  • a Plan Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, and Fire Commission

As of the 2010 census, the Town of Waukesha has a population of 9133 with 3382 residences. The Town offices which are handicapped accessible, are staffed with a Clerk/Treasurer and a Deputy Clerk-Treasurer. The Town has a Public Works Department with one full-time employee and one part-time employee. The Fire Department also providing rescue service has a full-time Fire Chief, a Firefighter/EMT/Fire Inspector and 45 paid-on-call personnel.

The entire Town of Waukesha is within the Waukesha School District.

This website was authorized by the Town Board in order to keep our residents informed and provide access to Town officials and information. Please take note that all official Town records are on file in the Clerk/Treasurer's office.

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—Upcoming Meetings—
Town Board Meeting - 7/24/2014  
Board of Review - 8/15/2014  


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