TOWN OF GENESEE
Parks will not open on April 1, 2020, as scheduled, pursuant to the State of Wisconsin Emergency Order #12 Safer at Home Order. This Order is effective until Friday, April 24, 2020, at 8:00 a.m.or until a superseding order is issued.
April 7, 2020 is the Spring Election and Presidental Preference Vote
In person absentee voting will begin on March 18th and will go through April 4 , 2020. Photo ID is required to vote. We are open M-F 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
There is no voting or registration on Monday April 6, 2020
To request a ballot by mail you can go to myvote.wi.gov
To register to vote after March 18, 2020, you would need to come to the Town Hall with proof of residency
Sample ballots go to your voting ward then click on your school district
Wards 1,6, 9 Wards 2,5 Wards 3,10 Wards 4,7,8
When the Parks open on April 1st, 2020, per the Governor’s directive on COVID 19, All Town of Genesee Town Parks are only open for passive activities (walking, hiking, etc.). No organized groups or activities shall take place in the Town Parks. All sporting events have been cancelled until May 1st, 2020. All restroom facilities will be closed during this time. In the middle of April, the Town will reevaluate the status of the parks and changes may or may not be made at that time.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Town Hall at 262-968-3656
Town of Genesee
Town of Genesee Parks Department, 35 hr./wk. from April 1st thru October 31st. Duties include grass cutting, trash pickup, weed cutting, general janitorial, baseball and soccer field setting, pulling weeds and power washing. Weekend work required. Age 18+. Starting salary is $10.00 to $15.00 per hour. Training will be provided. Click here for an application. Drop off at Genesee Town Hall S43W31391 Hwy. 83, P.O. Box 242, Genesee Depot, WI 53127 Mon. – Fri 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Accepting applications until position is filled.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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.