ROAD WORK TO BE COMPLETED:
Beginning on Monday, July 20th Waupaca County Highway Department will begin crack filling and chip sealing on County F/Alfred Street from Pine Street all the way to Gills Landing. We ask that you please not park on the street to allow for full access and cooperate with flag personnel and operators. All of this work is weather dependent.
JULY MEETING CALENDAR
Finance Committee - July 13, 2020 at 3:00 pm
Police, Fire & Ambulance Committee - July 13, 2020 at 7:00 pm
Public Works Committee - July 14, 2020 at 7:00 pm
City Council - July 20, 2020 at 7:00 pm. Will be held as a Virtual Meeting.
All meetings are held in the Municipal Building Council Chambers located at 109 E Main Street.
Meeting dates and times are subject to change. Contact City Hall for any changes.
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City of Weyauwega 2020 budget
Length of Grass and Weeds
With the weather finally warming up and feeling like spring, please remember that City Ordinance 283-6 regulates that lawn, grasses, and noxious weeds on non-agricultural lots or parcels of land within the City of Weyauwega which exceed eight (8) inches are declared to be a public nuisance. The City of Weyauwega may issue written notice to require the cutting of grasses/weeds exceeding eight (8) inches in length. In the event that the issue is not resolved in a timely manner, the City reserves the right to authorize/contract for the grasses or weeds to be cut, with the applicable costs and expenses to be billed to the property owner.
No Blowing of Grass or Debris into City Streets
Please do not blow grass/debris into the street when you are cutting your lawns. The grass clippings plug up the storm sewer drains. Continuous violation of this ordinance could result in a citation from the Police Department.
Yard Waste Site Now Open
The City's Yard Wast SIte, under the water tower on SLough Road is opened for use by CITY RESIDENTS ONLY. City residents are allowed to drop grass/leaves and brush in separate locations at the facility. All other materials are not allowed to be dumped. Proof of residency tags are REQUIRED, and can be purchased at City Hall for $1.00.
The 2020 Census is Coming!
The U.S. Constitution mandates that everyone in the country be counted every 10 years. Completing the census is mandatory: It's a way to participate in our democracy and say "I COUNT!" An invitation to respond online to the 2020 Census will be mailed out between March 12-20. For more information go to 2020census.gov.
Ordinance Committee Meeting
City Hall Temporarily Closed
City of Weyauwega Residents and guests,
Earlier this week three staff for the City of Weyauwega were exposed to a person that tested positive for COVID while in City Hall. Based on the interaction the Health Department notified myself and two others that we should quarantine for 14 days for safety. None of us are exhibiting any symptoms at this time. We are setting a good example for our staff and community by following the recommendations and guidelines of Waupaca County Public Health and our own protocols. City Hall has been closed to deep clean and ensure we keep community members and guest safe. We may consider making some changes when City Hall reopens. At this time I cannot provide a definite opening date.
Unfortunately the Waupaca County Post has wrote a headline that is completely false and inaccurate that has created unnecessary panic and concern in our community. The story presents the facts but the “headline” is completely inaccurate. We are very disappointed in the County Post for their actions.