Voters urged to
request absentee ballot
In response to COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Village of Thiensville is urging ALL voters to request an absentee ballot for the April 7 election. Please disregard this notice if you already have requested a ballot for April 7th.
Voting through the mail reduces public contact with our poll workers and staff. You can request a ballot online. You will need to upload a copy of your photo ID.
Please do so as soon as possible. It takes time for the ballot to be mailed to you and for you to mail it back. While you have until April 2 to request a ballot, the possibility of receiving it and having it be received back in the municipality by Election Day is not guaranteed the closer we get to April 2.
Please do not hesitate to contact Village Hall with questions at (262) 242-3720. Thank you for doing your part to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
Sewer payments and pet licenses
Sewer bills are due by April 15. Please return these by mail. Please note that residential sewer bills are now in an envelope and the bill has a Village logo at the top.
Dog and cat licenses are due by April 1 and should be returned by mail. Here are links to the license application forms for dogs and cats.
If you cannot mail these, a drop box is available outside of the Village Hall front doors.
Please note the following changes to Village operations
In an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Village of Thiensville is limiting access to Village buildings. The following buildings are closed to the public: Village Hall, Public Works, Police Department (lobby) and Fire Department (lobby).
At this time, Village staff will still be present at all of these facilities during regular business hours in order to assist citizens with any questions, requests or payments via phone or email. Residents can complete most Village business online, and as outlined below.
- In-person absentee voting is available and the Village will administer voting activities in accordance with State guidelines. All residents are encouraged to vote absentee by mail: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/
- The Fire Department, Police Department and Ozaukee Emeregency 911 Communications Center will operate as they always do, but administrative offices and the lobbies will be closed to the public.
- The Village's website and social media pages (Facebook, Twitter) will be updated if there are any additional changes.
We want to thank you for all your patience and understanding during these uncertain times. Our community's safety is our number-one concern -- and we all should be vigilant in doing our part to slow the spread of this virus.