No, the Department of Public Works does not mow any private land. In the event of a property maintenance violation, the Village will make arrangements for the grass to be cut.
FAQ Topic: Public Works
Village code states that grass cannot be longer than 5 inches. The Village encourages neighbors to communicate in order to prevent possible disagreements. You may contact the Police Department at 414-206-3916 if issues remain unresolved.
No, there is only one. Differences in color can be a result of whether the mulch is wet or dry.
Mulch will be restocked weekly. To access the mulch, turn onto the Village’s property from Fairy Chasm Road across from Broadmoor Road. The mulch is behind the sledding hill.
No, but we do have a pile available on the sled hill parking lot that is free for the taking.
It is not littering, the toilet paper acts as a sealant to hold the tar in place after the crew has performed road crack filling, allows for traffic to drive on it immediately, and prevents it from sticking to car tires which will pull the tar out of the roadway.
The grass seed that the Village uses takes anywhere from 10-21 days to show signs of growth. There are so many variables that play into this such as the time of year, temperature, and moisture being the main factors. If restoration has happened in your yard, please help the Village out and give it some … Continued
Yes, as long as the property’s stormwater does not negatively impact another property including the right-of-way.
Eventually, yes. The Village maintains a program by the State of Wisconsin called the Pacer Program. This program rates every road in the Village of Bayside. During the culvert project, residents have the option to find a private contractor to perform the work or use the Village’s out of network program. The out of network … Continued
New grass needs to be watered daily to grow; most failed restorations are from not watering new grass. Normal germination or sight of grass growth is between 10-21 days.