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TOWN OF GENESEE

S43W31391 Hwy 83, PO Box 242 Genesee Depot, WI 53127 | 262-968-3656
Hours of operation: M-F 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 

No provisional Ballots

The Town Hall will be closed September 5, 2022 for Labor Day. 

The Board of Review will meet on July 11, 2022 to reschedule to September 20, 2022. The Assessment rolls will be available August 23, 2022 in the Town of Genesee Town Hall. Open Book will be on September 8, 2022 from 4-6 p.m.


As of  February 1, 2022 the Department of Public Works has a direct phone number, please call them with any questions or problems at 262-888-2805 or email [email protected]


Meri Majeskie, Town Clerk 262-968-3656 or [email protected]

The Building Inspector's in-person office hours are Monday and Wednesday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m  and Thursday by appointment only.
Please contact Paul Launer, Building Inspector 262-825-8820 or [email protected] to schedule an appointment for inspection 

Jeff Herrmann Administrator/Planner contact by email [email protected], or in person Monday and Wednesdays 8:00 a.m. to 1130 a.m., by appointment. 
 262-968-3656

2021 Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation Questionnaire for residents.


The Assessor's Office will start work on the Town's revaluation project 2021, The revaluation will show up on your 2022 tax bill. 






Upcoming Events

Aug
17
Town Board Meeting 6:00 p.m.
August 17 - Wednesday
Aug
22
Plan Commission Meeting 6:00 p.m.
August 22 - Monday
Sep
05
Town Office Closed for Labor Day
September 5 - Monday

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RECYCLE MORE!!

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.

Click here for Waukesha County Recycling information

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.