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Giving Back
Happy Thursday--

Giving back is a stellar way to feel involved in your community. This issue of New Berlin Notes highlights numerous ways you can help out. Whether you'd like to volunteer on a City Board or Commission or spend time as a poll worker during the next election, we have plenty of ways you can give back. Don't forget you can nominate someone that is already active in the community to be the next New Berlin Citizen of the Year. It's all here in this week's edition of New Berlin Notes.
Calling All Outstanding Citizens
You still have a few days to get nominations in for the 2019 Citizen of the Year Award. The Mayor's Office will accept nominations through August 31st. The nominee must be a citizen of the City of New Berlin and achievements must be recent
or on-going. You can see all of the qualifications by clicking the button below.
Cop on a Rooftop
The New Berlin Police Department raised $3,001.79 for Wisconsin Special Olympics during Cop on a Rooftop day! That's a new City record by $500! Thank you to all who stopped by to help New Berlin Police surpass their goal. You can view pictures from the event by clicking the button below.
Looking For a Side Gig?
The U.S. Census Bureau is on the verge of becoming the largest "gig" employer next year. More than 500,000 temporary and part-time jobs are available as the Census Bureau Ramps up hiring to conduct the 2020 Census next year.
Volunteers Needed
Mayor Dave Ament is seeking volunteers to fill various positions on the City's Boards and Commissions. Those interested should send a resume and brief letter of intent to Melody Styba at or mail to 3805 S. Casper Dr., New Berlin, WI, 53151.
City Hall Selfie Day
Thank you to all who participated in #CityHallSelfie Day! The national movement is a great way to show some local government love. We highlighted some of our favorite pictures of the day to the left. You can see more pictures by clicking the button below.
27th Annual
Historic Day
Sunday, Sept. 8th, 2019

  • 1:00-4:00 PM - All Historic Buildings Open
  • 2:00 PM - Antique Parade
  • 2:30 PM - Storytelling in School House
Business of the Month Visit
Mayor Ament visited Donovan & Jorgenson Heating and Cooling, our August Business of the Month. Click the button below to see pictures from his tour.
Be sure to stop by city hall to enter to win a free tune up on a gas furnace and air conditioning system valued at $228.
100th Anniversary of 19th Amendment
The New Berlin Historical Society held a celebration on August 17th for the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. Speakers included Mayor Dave Ament, Rebecca Kleefisch and Miss New Berlin Jenna Watkins.
Fall Recreation Guide & Leaflet
The newest edition of the Recreation Guide and City Leaflet is here! All New Berlin residents should have received one in the mail. If you didn't, stop by City Hall and pick one up! Online registration for fall classes opened on August 19th.
Closed Labor Day
City Hall will be closed on Monday, September 2nd for Labor Day. Garbage pickup will be delayed one day that week due to the holiday.
We Need You!
  • Are you looking to make some extra money?
  • Are you a Waukesha County resident?
  • Can you dedicate 2-4 days per year to assist with ensuring a successful election?

Then you need to apply to be a poll worker. Click the button below to learn more.
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Thanks For Reading!
-Your City Clerk,
Georgia Stanford
City of New Berlin
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