At the Eagle Town Park on Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 8am to 11am.
Yard waste must be placed in compostable paper or clear plastic bags. Brush must be cut in no longer than four (4) foot sections and be bundled no more than fifty (50) pounds.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly updated website!
Our goal is to provide our Town residents and visitors an easy way to access information.
The user-friendly content is well organized so you can easily navigate the site to find the information you’re looking for. The website will always be up to date with current and valuable information.
Please be patient with us while we are still in the process of making some improvements!
For the most up-to-date election information regarding your voter information, how to register to vote, how to obtain an absentee ballot, and where your polling place is located, please visit: myvote.wi.us.
You may send your completed application, along with a copy of your photo ID by mail, fax or email to the Town Clerk at:
Mail: PO Box 327 Eagle, WI 53119
Fax: (262) 594-5820
Email: [email protected]
This event is open to ALL Waukesha County residents. A list of collection sites/dates can be found at Waukesha County Hazardous Waste
*** COMMUNITY NOTIFICATIONS ***
Public Emergency Alerts can come right to your cellphone or your landline. AlertSense is a free application that sends alerts out in the form of a text, voice mail or email.
They have also launched a FREE APP for your smartphone.
The messages will contain critical emergency information, such as a missing child, or if there is an area the public needs to avoid because of an ongoing dangerous situation, or a life-threatening situation that requires a lockdown or an evacuation. The notification software is designed to keep citizens both safe and aware.
~~ SIGN UP TODAY~~ There are 3 ways to get free Public Emergency notifications via the online system AlertSense.
1. WCC WEBSITE – can be found at this link:
Bottom of the page in Quick Links:
Emergency Alert Signup
Revised and adopted May 16, 2018
The purpose of this booklet is to provide information about addiction and the opioid/heroin epidemic, as well as relevant resources for residents of Waukesha County. From foundational addiction education, to personal stories of struggle and success, to important local and national resources, we hope that you will benefit from the information contained within these pages.