Wednesday, January 27, 2016

WI Department of Revenue Updated Property Owners Guide

The Wisconsin Department of Revenue has released an updated 2016 Guide for Property Owners.  The Village often refers our residents to this user friendly guide to assist in answering basic questions about the property tax and assessment process.  This updated guide as well as other guides for property owners is available from the WDOR website, under Property Owner Guides.

Friday, January 22, 2016

New Plan Commission Meeting Start Time

The Village of Bellevue has changed the starting time for the Plan Commission Meetings from 7:00 PM to 6:00 PM.  All meetings of the Plan Commission will begin at 6:00 PM moving forward while still being held on the third Tuesday of every month at 3100 Eaton Road.
 
In addition, the Tuesday, February 16th scheduled Plan Commission Meeting will be moved to Thursday, February 18th at 6:00 PM due to 3100 Eaton Road being used as a poll location for the Spring Primary Election.
 
Please refer to the meeting schedule on the front page of the Village of Bellevue website for meeting dates and times as well as any changes. 

Monday, January 18, 2016

Construction Begins on Bellevue Commons

Construction has begun on the Bellevue Commons project located at the northeast corner of Brown County Highway GV (Monroe Road) and Costco Way.  The approximately 12,000 square foot retail multi-tenant building will be just one of many developments getting underway in the first part of 2016. 

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Christmas Tree Collection

On Mondays during the month of January residents can leave their Christmas trees by the road and the Village Public Works Department will collect it and take it to be recycled.  Collection may not occur on a Monday, as staff attend to other priorities such as plowing road, fixing water leaks, and maintaining vehicles.  It is the intent to have all trees picked up by January 31, so please have your tree out there by that date.

Wreaths, trees with plastic bags, stands, wires or lights will not be collected. Frocked trees cannot be recycled due to the chemicals used in the process and will not be picked up.  Trees and wreaths that are frozen into the snow banks will be left until the spring brush collection.  If you miss the January pick up, contact the Village Offices to see if the compost site is accessible to the public for drop off.


Monday, January 11, 2016

SPRING GENERAL ELECTION

The Spring General Election will be held on April 5, 2016.  The following candidate’s names will appear on the ballot for the Village of Bellevue:

BELLEVUE VILLAGE TRUSTEE
(Vote for Not More Than Two)
Thomas M. Katers
David D. Daul

MUNICIPAL JUDGE
(Vote for One)
Ron Metzler

For more information on elections, please contact the Village Clerk at 468-5225.

Friday, January 8, 2016

Village Hires New Recreation Supervisor - Adam Waszak


The Parks & Leisure Services Department is excited to announce the new Recreation Supervisor, Adam Waszak.  Adam started with the Village in May 2015 as the Recreation Intern for the summer. Adam graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay in May 2015 with a major in Public Administration with emphasis in Political Science and Environmental Policy and Planning.  After his internship with the Village, Adam also worked as a Public Works Seasonal Laborer until December 2015. Adam interned with the Village of Ledgeview and also worked in parks and recreation working for the McHenry Parks and Recreation Department by coordinating and executing community events and programs.

While Adam was working for the Village he has garnered a great relationship with some of the seniors through Senior Bingo and other events, as well as the seasonal recreation staff by working closely with them during the summer of 2015. Adam has also worked closely with many Village employees while working with the Public Works Department.  

As the Recreation Supervisor, Adam will oversee the planning, organization and coordination of the year-round community recreational programs, activities and events for all ages. Adam will also be supervising the part-time recreational seasonal/temporary staff and volunteers.  

Adam is a Chicago-area native and is an avid Chicago sports enthusiast. Adam enjoys golfing and volunteering when he is not working. Welcome to the Village of Bellevue Adam!