Public Works

About

The Public Works Department provides a safe environment for drivers and their families by maintaining our roads and adjacent right of ways.

For questions regarding garbage and waste collection or special pickups, please call Advanced Disposal at 1-262-679-0860.

Hours

Monday - Friday
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Address

8700 Campus Drive
Mount Pleasant, WI 53406

Oil and Antifreeze Drop-Off

Residents may drop off used oil and antifreeze at the waste drop off site, located at the Public Works Building (8700 Campus Drive).

Directions: Go to the Village Campus at 8811 Campus Drive. Follow Campus Drive to the Public Works Building. Use the south driveway and follow the signs to the drop-off area.

  1. 2019 Road Projects
  2. 2018 Road Projects

Emmerston Road (16th Street - STH 20)

Construction is scheduled to begin on Emmertson Road (16th Street - STH 20) during the Spring of 2019. Changes in traffic patterns/detours are to be expected during construction. More information to follow.

Please use the image below as a reference.


Please view the following exhibits for more detail.



Updated 4/10/19: Road Project - 16th Street (Oakes Road - STH 31)

Installation of the new water main on 16th St continues east, and is now crossing Emmertsen Rd. The contractor will be providing a 48-hour notice prior to any temporary driveway & road closures as the water main work progresses. Temporary closures should reopen at the end of the same day.

Most of the grading work on 16th St between Emmertsen Rd and Oakes Rd has been completed. Work on infiltration basins will continue as soon as utility relocates have been finalized. Rough grading on the south side of 16th St; between Emmertsen Rd and STH 31, has been done to allow additional room for traffic during the water main installation. The remainder of the storm sewer will be installed prior to the water main crossing STH 31.

A weekend closure of STH 31 will be in place when the water main is installation work is being done across STH 31.

Please use the images below as a reference.



The following exhibits were displayed at the Public Informational Meeting at Village Hall on 7/26/2018: