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Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm, except for holidays and weather emergencies.
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All Village residents vote at the Jackson Municipal Complex, located at N168W19851 Main Street. The elections take place in the Training Rooms. The polling hours are 7 am to 8 pm on election days.
Dog and cat licenses are issued at the Jackson Municipal Complex. Forms are available at the Administration Office or on our website under the Clerk's section of Permits and Forms. Dogs and cats are required to be licensed after they are 5 months of age. We require the Rabies Certificate which will need to include the Manufacturer as well as the lot number of the Rabies vaccination, as well as the expiration of the Rabies vaccination before we can issue a tag. The fee for a dog license is $10 for spayed or neutered, and $15 for unaltered, and for cats, the fee is $7 for spayed or neutered and $10 for unaltered. All pets are required to be licensed each year. The tags for the new year are available in mid-December. Tags are valid from January to December of the given year. Dogs and Cats need to be licensed by January. After March 31st, there will be a $10 late fee in addition to the regular tag fee. (This fee does NOT apply to new residents who recently moved into the Village, and have pets that have not been previously licensed.)
The Village allows 2 dogs and 2 cats per household. More than 2 dogs or 2 cats require a Conditional Use Permit. The application can be found under the Permits and Form and Clerk's Office on the Village website. The application is due by the 1st Friday of the Month to be considered at the Plan Commission meeting and then the next month's Village Board meeting. Any questions, please call the Village Clerk at 262-677-9001, ext. 213.
The winter parking rules go into effect December 1st and remain in effect until April 1st. There is no parking on the street from 2 am to 6 am. Tickets will be issued if you park on the street during those times.
No, the Village Administration Office used to issue work permits, however, the Department of Workforce Development made a change as of June 30, 2023, that the parents can do this right from the comfort of home. The permits are paid for online with an E-check or debit/credit card and mailed directly to the employer. Work permits no longer need to be issued to anyone 16 years of age or older.
Yes, we do. The water sample bottles and complete instructions can be picked up at the Department of Public Works (DPW) building located at N194 W16660 Eagle Drive. We test water for Coliform and fecal/E Coli ONLY. We do not test for Benzene. After the sample is taken, it will need to be brought back to the DPW building. The fee for this test is $20, payable when the sample is brought in.
Village of Jackson offices will be closed on the following dates in 2024: January 1 &2, March 29 (Clerk will be in for In-Person Absentee Voting), May 27, July 4, September 2, November 28 and 29, December 24 and 25.
If the snowplow happens to knock down your mailbox, you can download a mailbox reimbursement form (PDF), or contact the Department of Public Works at 262-677-0707, W194N16660 Eagle Drive. You will be reimbursed $50 for your mailbox, which will be mailed to you.
It is best to call the Building Inspector before doing any work to inquire whether or not a permit will need to be issued for the project. You can also check on our website in Building Inspection under Permit and Forms for the permit applications. You would need to contact the Building Inspector directly at 262-677-9696, regarding any permit fees.
If you notice that a street light is out, please contact the Director of Public Works at 262-677-0707. Please have the location of the pole, state the issue (flashing on and off, burned out, etc.) and the tag number that is located on the pole for reference. Light poles on Main Street do not have tag numbers, so we would just need the address of their location.
There is a "flag deposit box" at the Jackson Community Center, N165W20330 Hickory Lane. Phone Number: 262-677-9665. Flags are then picked up and disposed of in the proper manner by the Boy Scouts.
To find a place near you that will accept these items, click on "recycling guides", type the name of the item and your zip code at earth911.com.
For information, contact the West Bend Transfer Station located at 803 North River Road, West Bend, WI 53090. The phone number is 262-334-5618.
The number for the Town of Jackson is 262-677-4048. The hours at their office located at 3146 Division Road, Jackson are Monday through Thursday 9 am to 4:30 pm, and Friday from 9 am to 1 pm.
Recycling services are provided through GFL Environmental and are picked up every other week along with your regular garbage. Call the Department of Public Works at 677-0707 with any questions.
The Village-Wide Rummage takes place on the Saturday following Mother's Day every year.
Trick-or-Treat will be the Sunday before the 31st unless Halloween falls on Saturday or Sunday. Starting in 2010, the hours of Trick-or-Treating were changed to 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
The post office is located at W225N16702 Cedar Park Court, just east of the Jackson Health Center/Froedtert. The phone number is 262-677-4078.