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A building permit is required for all new building structures and for applicable remodeling and alterations projects. Projects that include new structures or additions to existing structures also require zoning department approval and engineering department approval as applicable. Email questions to email@example.com
Heating Contractors need to have a HVAC Contractor Credential.Electrical Contractors need to have a State of WI Electrical Contractors License.For more information click here…
Note: If performing renovation work on residential properties, schools and child care buildings built before 1978, the Lead Safe Rules administered by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) need to be followed. For more information click here…
The building inspectors are available Monday through Friday, 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. Office hours are from 8:00 am – 10:00 am and from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm. You can call us anytime from 7:00 am – 4:00 pm. If we do not answer the phone we will return the call as soon as possible. The inspectors are out in the field conducting inspections and are not available during non office hours. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
No. Refuse is collected through our contract with GFL Environmental (formerly Advanced Disposal Services), who hauls it to the landfill. Yard waste is not allowed to be placed in the landfill.
The Village has a compost site where residents can take yard waste. Please click here for details.
Residential properties are billed a flat rate of $136.00 (rate as of 1/1/22) and not based consumption, meaning your bill is the same amount each quarter. As a residential property you do not need to worry about the “no active meter found” and “no usage history” portions of your statement. This information is only filled in if it is a Commercial property.
Commercial/Industrial properties are billed a standard commercial rate PLUS consumption if it exceeds the minimum allowed amount per meter reading.
1st Quarter January 1 – March 31 with the bill being due in April. 2nd Quarter April 1 – June 30 with the bill being due in July. 3rd Quarter July 1 – September 30 with the bill being due in October. 4th Quarter October 1 – December 31 with the bill being due in January.
No. If you have municipal water, you will receive a separate quarterly statement from the City of Racine Water Utility.
Yes, a late fee of 3% per quarter will be assessed on any unpaid balance. Any delinquent balance remaining in the account by November 15th of each year will be placed on the tax roll with an added 10% fee.
In an effort to help keep operational costs down we have chosen not to include a return envelope for sewer bill payments. We feel that the percentage of envelopes that would actually be utilized would be minor compared to the number that would be sent out quarterly, resulting in money spent on envelopes that are never used. We do offer several payment options for your sewer utility bill that do not require an envelope and stamp:
1.) Pay your bill at Village Hall
2.) Pay your bill using our Direct Payment plan – your payment can be automatically deducted from your checking or savings account.
3.) Pay your bill using your banks online bill payment process.
4.) Pay your bill by electronic check or credit card through Point & Pay by visiting our website at www.mtpleasantwi.gov and going to the Sewer and Plumbing Department page. There is a nominal convenience fee charged by Point & Pay for this option. Credit Cards: $4.50 fee for $131.02 paid. E-Checks: Up to $10,000 paid is a flat fee of $1.50, over $10,000 paid is a flat fee of $10.00.
5.) Pay over the phone by credit card by calling (855) 414-3914. Credit Cards: Fee charged.