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Jun 07, 2021 08:38 am | Benjamin Andrews

2021 Contract A-21 Guns Street Reconstruction Guns Street: Verlin Road – Village Limits, Moonrise Ct - Project Update

Project information: Construction on Guns Street consists of sanitary sewer repair and reconditioning, water main replacement, new sidewalk, roadway realignment, culvert replacement, curb patching, and reconstruction of Guns Street. The project also includes minor curb patching and pavement resurfacing on Moonrise Court.

Timeline: Construction June 2021 – September 2021

Road Closures, Vehicles & Traffic: Road closures are required during the cross-culvert replacement and bore and jack of the water main under the railroad crossing. Note the ‘Important Dates’ for road closure updates. For all other construction, the road will be closed to through traffic. Travel through the area will be possible, but delays are likely due to construction equipment using the area. Be attentive of construction workers directing traffic through the construction zone.

Resident Access: Local resident access to and from your home will be maintained as much as possible during construction. If your driveway needs to be closed while construction is taking place, you will be notified by knocking on the door and leaving a door hanger in advance of the closure. Concrete will need cure time of 7 days prior to crossing. Please contact the project inspector, Cedar Corporation if you require special access needs.

Communication: It is the intent of the Village to minimize the amount of disruption and inconvenience to the community during any construction process. If during normal work hours you feel something went unnoticed, or needs attention, please contact Cedar Corporation. As project inspector, Cedar Corporation is most familiar with the daily operations of construction and can resolve many issues quickly.

If something happens after normal work hours that you feel requires immediate attention, please contact Shawn Geiger, and arrangements will be made to resolve the issue.

As always, in an emergency, please call 911.

Please keep an eye on your door hangers for construction updates regarding paving, garbage pick-up, and traffic changes. Additional information is available on the Construction FAQ attached, or on the Village website. Please leave the door hanger on your front door so it can be used for future project correspondence.

Project Updates: Construction updates will be posted on the Village website bi-weekly, and when major changes will be occurring. If at any time you would like additional information, please call Shawn at 920-593-5517 or Thad at 920-785-7302.

The full document can be access on the Village’s Current & Future Projects webpage.

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Jun 07, 2021 07:27 am | Benjamin Andrews

Milwaukee Brewers Coach Bus Trip

On Wednesday, August 4, 2021, the Village of Bellevue offers a trip on a Coach Bus, down to The Brewers stadium to watch them take on the Pittsburgh Pirates! The game is at 1:10pm. The cost to go is $52. Registration ends Thursday, July 22, 2021. All ages under 18 must register with an adult. Drop off and pick up from the bus will be located at Sam’s Club Parking Lot at 9:30am for drop off and 7/7:30pm for pick up. For more information visit:

Trips - Village of Bellevue

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Jun 04, 2021 09:59 am | Benjamin Andrews

Regular Village Board Meeting – June 9, 2021

The next Regular Meeting of the Village Board is scheduled for Wednesday, June 9, 2021- 6:30 PM, at the Village Hall/Public Safety Building at 3100 Eaton Road. To access the agenda and the agenda packet, click the hyperlink below!


 Agenda Packet

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Jun 02, 2021 07:30 am | Benjamin Andrews

Power Washing - To Keep Our Waters Clean Keep Your Dirty Water Out

Wash water from power washing activities may contain a large amount of oil, grease, chemicals, dirt and detergents. Disposing of these materials into storm drains causes serious ecological problems and is PROHIBITED by law. You could be given a citation or fined for discharging pollutants to the storm drain system.


Instead of pressure washing, use dry methods such as mops, brooms, rags or wire brushes to clean pavement, buildings and equipment as much as possible.


Before you start, set up sandbags or other barriers to direct wash water onto grassy or gravel areas where the water will soak into the ground instead of run off into the road.


Minimize water by using high pressure, low volume nozzles. Use the minimal amount and least toxic detergents and degreasers you will need to get the job done.


“Biodegradable” is a popular marketing term that can be misleading. Because a product is labeled as biodegradable does not mean that it is non-toxic. Some products are more toxic than others, but NONE is harmless to aquatic life. Soapy water entering the storm drain system will impact the aquatic environment in our local lakes, streams, and rivers.


Wash vehicles and equipment on grassy or gravel areas so that the wash water can seep into the ground. If the ground is very dry, wet it first so the wash water soaks in and does not run off into the storm drain.

Information made available through Northeast Wisconsin Stormwater Consortium.

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Jun 01, 2021 08:19 am | Benjamin Andrews

Summer Dance Program

Join us in learning basic ballet, tap and jazz techniques all put to fun and popular music! These are 8-week courses available on Mondays and Thursdays. For 3–4-year-olds, classes are 5:30-6:15pm. For 5–7-year-olds, classes are 6:30-7:15pm. All classes will be held at the Community Center, 1811 Allouez Ave. Classes will be running from June 21-August 23 with no classes on July 5 and July 19. The cost for these courses is $40 for residents and $50 for nonresidents.

For more information visit: Dance - Village of Bellevue

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