Town Hall office phone number 262-968-3656
Family Movie Night At the Park
Has been rescheduled to Thursday July 24th
due to the weather.
Expect delays on road DT. Mid August we will be crack filling and late August we will be seal coating. The road will remain open but may be down to one lane at times.
Sunset Park will be closed on July 26th & 27th for repaving.
Congressman Paul Ryan's Mobile Bus will be parked at the Town of Genesee's parking lot. Congressman Ryan or one of his staff will be available for questions.Thursday, August 7th from 11:15am-12:15pm, and Tuesday, September 23rd from 11:15am-12:15pm,
Message from the Chairman-
Our Towns Bill (AB 512, SB 390) has been passed in the Assembly and Senate. We owe a great deal of appreciation to Representatives Bill Kramer, Chris Kapenga and David Craig and Senators Paul Farrow and Mary Lazich for their sponsorship and support in guiding these bills through the State Legislature. The bill should be signed by the Governor sometime in April and become law. This legislation will assure Waukesha County that even if all towns in the County have their own zoning, the towns will continue to abide by the Waukesha County Comprehensive Land Use Plan. This was the road block the Town faced in getting County approval. Now that the County has that assurance, we can present our proposed Genesee Zoning Code to the Waukesha County Board for approval. Once approved, businesses and residents will be able to come to the Genesee Town Hall to apply for zoning and conditional use permits and approval of site plans and plans of operation for which they would previously have had to go to the Waukesha County Administration Building. We are anticipating the new zoning code taking effect sometime later this summer. We will update you on our website (www.towngenesee.org) as to when our new zoning code is approved and when this new procedure will begin. You can also call the Town Hall for an update.
Mother Nature has no respect for municipal budgets. This year, it has been a difficult and costly winter season, but so far we have managed to stay in the black. Because of dwindling salt supplies, application had to be cut back from previous years. Thank you for your patience as we strived to keep our 81 miles of roads safe and passable. Here’s hoping for an early spring!
Please click here for Environmental Education activities for all County residents including kids and families.
!! Protect Yourself Against Lymes Disease !!
Any buckthorn in the right of way will be removed because it is considered an invasive species by the DNR.