TOWN OF GENESEE
General Election November 3, 2020
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In Person absentee voting will be October 20th - October 31st
Due to COVID -19 we are extending our absentee voting hours.
We will be open M-F 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m for In Person absentee voting . We will also have In Person absentee voting on Saturday October 24th and 31st from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
To request a absentee ballot to be mailed to you go to myvote.wi.gov. or email email@example.com you will need to attach a photo ID if you do not have one on file. When you have completed your absentee ballot you may put it in the mail. If you would rather deliver it to the Town Hall we have a dedicated, secure drop box by the front door that you can put it in day or night you do not need to check in with us, or you can stop in to the Town Hall durring office hours and hand it to one of the Clerks staff.
Please call the Town Hall if you have any questions 262-968-3656.
Genesee and Town Park are open as of May 11, 2020.
The playground is open, please observe social distancing.
Road Overlays for 2020 Road Program:
Madison Street, Lilac Ct., Woodcock Ct., Llanfair Ct., Gate Keeper Dr., Meadowlark Ln., Meadow Lane
London Dr., Canyon View Dr., Part of Harvest View Dr.
Patching and Chip Sealing:
Cambrian Ridge, Jarmon Road, Partridge Ct., Country Glen Dr.
26 Plan Commission Meeting
October 26 - Monday
03 General Election
November 3 - Tuesday
07:00 AM - 08:00 PM
09 Public Hearing on the 2021 Budget and Town Meeting 11-9-2020
November 9 - Monday
Genesee residents can now recycle almost all plastics #1 - 7 including toys, lawn furniture, laundry baskets, buckets and landscaping items. Plastics not acceptable are: Styrofoam, films, bags, and containers that previously held hazardous waste e.g. motor oil containers. A reminder that cartons (i.e.juice boxes, soup cartons, milk cartons) are also recyclable.
Used motor oil & oil filters: All Firestone Stores, Walmart Tire Centers and O’Reilly Auto Parts stores are among several businesses in the County that accept oil and oil filters for free; no purchase necessary. Most businesses that provide oil change services follow this policy. In addition, John’s Disposal will pick up properly contained used motor oil in quantities of 1-5 gal curbside on ‘bulk’ pickup days. The City of Waukesha also accepts used motor oil, oil filters, and antifreeze from any County resident at their recycling center on Sentry Dr.