Category: Village News

Name the Plows!

We received some awesome name ideas and it’s time to vote for your favorite snowplow truck names! There will be two rounds of voting. For this round, you can vote for your top TEN favorite names. The second round of voting will include the top ten names where you will then be able to vote … Continued

Snow Plow Damage

Did the snow plow accidentally clip the shoulder in front of your home? Submit a request through Access Bayside in order for the “oopsie” to be placed on the restoration list. The Department of Public Works will visit the site in spring for restoration. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as the crews … Continued

Bayside Blood Drive

Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin will be hosting a blood drive at Village Hall (9075 N Regent Rd) on April 6 from 10am to 3pm. Schedule your appointment today!

Spring Clean Up Day

Mark your calendars! The Spring Clean Up Day will be held on Saturday, April 15 from 9am to 12pm in the Department of Public Works parking lot. Acceptable materials include: Bicycles Cell Phones Electronics (TVs/Monitors require prepaid fee; no items containing freon – refrigerator, dehumidifier) Garbage Recycling Eyeglasses Ink Cartridges Light bulbs Habitat for Humanity donations … Continued

Weight Limits

During the spring thaw, warming temperatures lead to soft conditions which put the structural strength and base of streets at risk. Weight limits are placed on streets to protect against damage. Weight limits will be effective on Monday, March 20. All interior Village streets are subject to the three (3) ton weight limit until approximately … Continued

Spring Election – April 4

The Spring Election will be held on Tuesday, April 4. Polls will be open from 7am to 8pm. Bayside residents have one (1) polling location – 9075 N Regent Road, Bayside, WI: Village Hall Board Room. All voters will enter through the front door of Village Hall. If you have an absentee ballot request on … Continued

No Mow May

What is No Mow May?  No Mow May is a conservation initiative that encourages people to stop mowing or mow less often for the month of May to create habitat and provide resources for bees and other early-season pollinators. This is particularly important in urban areas where floral resources are often limited. The Village of … Continued

2023 Adopt-A-Tree

The Adopt-A-Tree program is back with two options in 2023. Option 1: Public Right of Way trees The cost per tree is $200, and includes 1 tree, planting in public right-of-way, mulching, & initial watering. Option 2: Private property trees The cost per tree is $225, and only includes the tree. Trees can be planted on private … Continued

Paperless Permitting

The Village is excited to announce the launch of online building permits! This paperless alternative will modernize the permitting process and promote ease of access. It is not only environmentally friendly, but it will also foster better and easier communication between the Village, contractors, and residents.   Now, residents and contractors can submit a building … Continued

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