Village Voice

Screen on the Green

Friday, June 29th
at Village Park
Kids Activities at 7:00 PM
Movie Starts at 8:30 PM
Family Fun

Family Fun Before the 4th
Saturday, June 30th

Visit for more information.

Thanks to First Bank Financial Centre for their entertainment sponsorship!


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Screen on the Green

Saturday, July 21st
at Village Park
Kids Activities at 7:00 PM
Movie Starts at 8:30 PM
Safety Town

2018 Safety Town

WHEN:  July 23rd through August 3rd

Registration forms for Safety Town may be obtained at the Thiensville Police Department, 250 Elm Street or here.  The registration fee for the course is $35.  Classes will be held Monday through Friday each week at Wilson School, 11011 North Buntrock Avenue.

Second Half of Taxes Due

Second Half of Taxes
Due July 31, 2018

The second real estate tax installment is due to the Ozaukee County Treasurer by July 31st.  Please contact the County Treasurer's office at (262) 238-8280 with any questions.  Checks should be made payable to the Ozaukee County Treasurer.

You can pay your taxes at :
Port Washington State Bank
(Taxes will be collected July 2nd - July 31st)

or mail to:
Ozaukee County Treasurer
121 West Main Street
PO Box 994
Port Washington, WI 53074-0994

Thiensville Firemen's Picnic
Saturday, August 18th 2018

@ Village Park
Food & Beverages
Cornhole 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Rebel Grace 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
All Profits Benefit the Fire Department

Wood Mulch

Mulch Delivery

Mulch is now available from the Department of Public Works Yard.  Deliveries are made on Mondays and Fridays.  The cost is $90 per 5 yard load.

Click here for the order form.  Submit to the Village Hall with payment.

Automatic Bill Pay

Sewer Bill
Automated Payment

The Village can now process electronic payments from your checking or savings account to pay your quarterly sewer bill.

Click here to download the application and submit with a cancelled check if using your checking account.

You will still receive a sewer payment card in the mail.  Funds will be withdrawn on the due date.
Walk on Left

Street Safety

We want you to be safe when out and about.  On a road that has sidewalks on both sides of the road, it is acceptable to walk on the sidewalk on either side of the road (facing oncoming traffic or your back to oncoming traffic) because you are separated from the automobiles.
For a road with a sidewalk only on one side, it is recommended to use the sidewalk for traveling in either direction (with traffic or against traffic).  Again, the sidewalk helps separate you from the automobiles.
If no sidewalks exist on the road, it is recommended to walk facing oncoming traffic on the same side of the road as the oncoming traffic.  Also, you should get as far to the side of the road as possible to provide additional space between you and oncoming cars. 
When bicycling, you will want to ride on the right (going in the same direction as automobile traffic).
Also, wear bright colored clothing or reflective wear so cars can see you.

Village Park Reimagined

Giving Tree
Leaf Order Form

Thiensville Village Park will soon be home to the Village's first piece of public art.  A three-dimensional iron "giving tree" will stand more than 10 feet tall and be adorned with up to 500 individualized donor engraved copper leaves.  Click here for more information and the Order Form.

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