Message from the Village President, Julie Siegel:
Join me in wishing Village Manager, Paul Boening, a happy one year anniversary in this role.
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Mon., April 30 - Sun., May 6
Wed., May 2
- WFB Library Dance Storytime with the CeCi Broussard Dancers 6:30 - 7:30pm Help us welcome Ceci Broussard and the Ceci Broussard Dancers for a special dance storytime! This is the fifth year the Ceci Broussard Dancers have shared their special talents with our library to celebrate National Dance Week, and we're thrilled to have them back again. This is an all-ages event, and there is no registration required.
Thurs., May 3
- 55+ and Better- Last chance to register for the Schlitz Audubon presentation held on Tuesday, May 8, given by Moya Mowbray "Gardening for Backyard Pollinators" ! Linda Strike will be showing her own garden examples! Lunch included- menu is:stuffed chicken in a cream sauce, red potatoes, croissant, fresh broccoli, green salad, chocolate, vanilla parfait pudding, milk and Starbucks coffee. Cost $9.00. Held at the Whitefish Bay Recreation Department, doors open at 11:30, lunch at 12:00 and presentation starts at 12:45pm. Must be registered and paid by today.
- Architectural Review Commission 5:30pm Whitefish Bay Library Program Room
Fri., May 4
- Friends of the Whitefish Bay Library Book Sale starts today 5:00-7:00pm- Friends Only Preview! Book lovers and bargain hunters, mark your calendars now. The Spring Book Sale sponsored by Friends of the Whitefish Bay Library is right around the corner. Not a Friend? You can sign up at the sale.
- WFB Library May the Fourth Be With You: a Star Wars Party 6:00-8:00pm Celebrate Star Wars at this all ages, after hours party. Please register( https://www.wfblibrary.org/our_events/?eid=185) for this program. Costumes are encouraged and welcome. Dress up as your favorite Jedi, Wookie or Storm Trooper. Join the Force or Dark Side with:
- Jedi Training
- Team Trivia
- Who's Your Sidekick?
- Photo Booths
- Craft and Coloring
- Snacks, Goodies and More
Sat., May 5
- Friends of the Whitefish Bay Library Book Sale 9:30am-3:30pm Book lovers and bargain hunters, mark your calendars now. The Spring Book Sale sponsored by Friends of the Whitefish Bay Library is right around the corner.
- Run the Bay Proceeds support Whitefish Bay's Education Foundation.
- Adult 5K - $25
- Adult 10K - $30
- Kids Run (12 & under) - $10
Sun., May 6
- Friends of the Whitefish Bay Library Book Sale Last Day: 12:00-3:00pm
Mon., May 7
Village Board Meeting 6:00pm Whitefish Bay Library Program Room
The Police Department is Not accepting Medication Drop Off in the Temporary Location at 155 W. Fairmount Ave., or at Recycle Day in the Bay on Saturday, May 5.
New Overnight Parking Procedure:
The Whitefish Bay Police Department began using a new overnight parking system March 31st. The link for the website to request overnight parking permission can be located at
or in the
section of the
. We will no longer accept overnight parking permission by telephone. A maximum 15 nights permission per vehicle are allowed annually at no cost. If you require more than 15 nights, monthly parking permits can be purchased.
The new system allows monthly parking permits to be purchased online rather than coming to the Police Department during normal business hours. Permit sales for the next month will be allowed starting at 5 AM on the last day of the current month. Monthly permits can still be purchased at the station (currently housed in the Public Works Department at 155 W. Fairmount Ave.) from 8:00am to 4:30pm.
Requests for overnight parking permission must be made prior to 3 a.m. of the current day. No parking permission will be granted during a declared Snow Emergency. As a reminder, all vehicles parked on the street must be moved at least once every 24 hours, regardless of any permission granted or parking permit held.
JOIN NIXLE: Recent Crime Email Notification
If you would like to join the Police Department alert system and receive emails directly to your inbox regarding recent police incidents, sign up
. It is called the Nixle and will be so identified when you receive email/texts from the program.
Police Non-Emergency Phone: 414-351-9900
Call 911 if you see suspicious activity especially if they are not your neighbors.
Village Hall News, Meeting Agendas and Summaries
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Thursday, May 3, 5:30pm, Whitefish Bay Library Program Room
Village Board Meeting, 6:00pm, Whitefish Bay Library Program Room
Village Hall and Police Department operations will be shared with DPW at their location at 155 W Fairmount Ave at Lydell until Fall 2018. Customer Service Window hours are 8:00am-4:30pm Monday - Friday.
Recycle Day in the Bay is Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 9:00am - 12:00noon (Click image for larger view)
Yard Waste Pickup has begun
. All yard waste must be containerized. No grass clippings. Containers should not weigh more than 50 pounds.
Yard waste continues Mondays/Tuesdays starting on north end of Village (weekly)
Chipper continues Wednesdays/Thursdays starting on north end of Village (bi-weekly)
Sidewalk Markings: Spring, 2018
Currently, sidewalk in the southwest corner of the Village is being marked for sidewalk improvements. A white circle indicates the sidewalk block will be replaced. "L" shaped marks indicate that the raised portion of the sidewalk will be ground down to minimize tripping hazards. A white line parallel to a joint abutting a white circle indicates a saw cut will be used to smooth the walk.
Nearby Construction to the south:
Green Tree Bridge Closing: Wisconsin Dept. of Transportation
On April 24, construction will begin on the
Green Tree Road
; Stage 1 Traffic Impacts
- The Good Hope Road entrance ramp to I-43 southbound will close.
- Overnight single lane and full freeway closures for storm sewer work;
- Closure of Green Tree Road west of Jean Nicolet Road;
- Westbound Green Tree Road access to southbound Jean Nicolet Road only
EAB (Emerald Ash Borer) Treatment Plan Schedule and Color Code Key:
What do the colors mean that have been sprayed on the trees in the Village?
- Green Dot - EAB Treatment
- Black Dot - Tree Trimming
- 2 Pink Dots (with aluminum tag) EAB tree removal, which will begin Monday, April 16, and lasting approximately 93 trees which will take 4-5 weeks
- White Dot (very few, none at this point) marking, as needed, throughout the year of hazardous trees not related to EAB removal
Emerald Ash Borer season is approaching and the Village will be maintaining ash trees in the public domain. In order to keep your own ash trees thriving, Kevin Kaegi, Public Works Superintendent and Arborist, offers these tips for the trees on your property.
for a complete list of symptoms, signs, and next steps for emerald ash borer recognition and prevention.
If you feel you have a tree that may be at risk for emerald ash borer, contact a certified arborist for positive identification, diagnosis, and possible treatment or removal options.
Residential Trash and Recycling Collection Program
The Village Website Page for Trash and Recycling is here:
- Residential Refuse and Recycling Collection Program Questions: 414-962-6690 Ext.495, Email: email@example.com (No date is yet set for program launch)
- For missed pickups and special pickups, please call 414-962-6690 to report.
Samples of the New Refuse Carts are now on display at the Whitefish Bay Public Library Lobby: 95-Gallon and 65-Gallon Gray Refuse Carts are on Display
The deadline has passed to pre-order an additional refuse cart or switch down to a smaller size cart. When delivery of the new refuse carts is made, additional cart purchases may be made at that time and ongoing.
New Cart Delivery and Old Cart Collection dates will be announced as soon as they are available via postcard to all residents and in this newsletter. Every attempt to recycle old/unwanted cans and carts will be made.
April is STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) Awareness Month. There's no avoiding the statistics: cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis are at an all-time high. Left untreated, STDs can cause increased risk of giving or getting HIV, long-term pelvic and/or abdominal pain, and inability to get pregnant, or pregnancy complications. How can you protect yourself?
- Vaccinating- Vaccines are safe, effective. vaccines are available for hepatitis B and HPV. Ask your doctor whether these are right for you.
- Reducing number of sex partners- Reducing your number of sex partners can decrease your risk for STDs. It is still important that you and your partner get tested, and that you share your test results with one another.
- Condoms-Correct and consistent use of the male latex condom is highly effective in reducing STD transmission. Use a condom every time you have anal, vaginal, or oral sex.
- Mutual Monogamy- Mutual monogamy means that you agree to be sexually active with only one person, who has agreed to be sexually active only with you.
- Abstinence: The most reliable way to avoid infection is to not have sex.
If you are sexually active, you are at risk of infection, and testing is the only way to know if you have an STD. Many STDs are curable and all are treatable. If either you or your partner has an STD that can be cured, both of
you need to start treatment immediately to avoid getting re-infected. Getting treated right away can also help avoid health problems down the road.
This year's STD Awareness Month theme is "Treat Me Right." The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention encourage you to ask your healthcare provider what you can do - and how you can work together - to ensure that you stay healthy. Some providers may not discuss sex or STD testing with you.
Bring it up if they don't. Arm yourself with the facts and know what you should expect.
If you need to get tested, you can visit your primary care provider.
Uninsured or Underinsured?
Upcoming Immunization Clinics (appointment required) - Please call the North Shore Health Department for an appointment at 414-371-2980.
Thursday, May 10th -3-4:30 p.m., Shorewood
Tuesday, May 15th -7:30-9:00 a.m., Shorewood
Upcoming Blood Pressure Screening (walk-ins welcome - no appointment necessary)
Wednesday, May 2nd - 12:15 - 1:00 p.m., Lois & Tom Dolan Community Center, Brown Deer
Tuesday, May 8th -1:30-2:30 p.m., WFB Sr. Center (5205 Lydell Avenue)
Farmer's Market is coming! July 7, 2018, through October 6, 2018, Same location at 316 E. Silver Spring Drive!
Holy Family Church Guardian Angel Run: Memorial Day
The Kiwanis Club of North Shore Milwaukee was chartered as one of 7,
700 clubs in 80 countries in 1950. Our motto is "Serving the Children of the World".
is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.
All proceeds will benefit Kiwanis youth charities.
Whitefish Bay Memorial Day Ceremony
May 28th at 11:00 am (rain or shine)
Armory Park - 1225 E Henry Clay St, Whitefish Bay, WI
The community is cordially invited to Whitefish Bay's 4th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony. The ceremony will be an opportunity for Veterans to connect with one another and for the community to honor our country's fallen service members. The event will also give Whitefish Bay families a way to teach children the meaning behind Memorial Day and to witness traditional military customs. The program has attracted nearly 800 Whitefish Bay residents and veterans each year, and has been a meaningful tribute to those who gave their lives serving our country.
Run the Bay! Saturday, May 5, 2018!
Looking for runners and walkers for a 5K or 10K community run or walk on Saturday, May 5th. Proceeds support Whitefish Bay's Education Foundation.
- Adult 5K - $25
- Adult 10K - $30
- Kids Run (12 & under) - $10
Register by midnight on Sunday, April 22 to guarantee your t-shirt!
Join us for this fun family event!!
School District Sponsored, will raise funds to renovate the Fitness Center at Whitefish Bay High School
Whitefish Bay High School PTO:
Grad Grams! Deadline May 31
WFB 55+ and Better Program: Register at the WFB Community Center. For more information please contact Carolyn Noori at 414-963-3992
Usual Monthly Schedule:
- Stitching: 9am-12noon 2nd and 4th Mondays - creating teddy bears for people in need.
- Knitting: 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 10am to 12noon at the Woman's Club. Knitting hats for the deployed soldiers.
- Bridge: 1pm Bridge Club 2nd and 4th Thursdays
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