Monday, January 28, 2019

2019 Weekly
Village of Whitefish Bay
Official Newsletter
Message from the Village President, Julie Siegel
Please bundle up and be safe in the chilly temperatures this week. Check out the story below for tips on staying warm in winter weather.
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Why is Village Hall's Phone Ringing?
What is the property tax deadline?

Where do I place my refuse and recycling cart in the snow?
  • Please utilize your driveway apron or clear a portion of the parkway for cart placement. Snow and ice must be cleared around the cart(s) as well as the lid. Please do not place your refuse and recycling carts in the street.
Have a question? The Village Hall phone number is 414-962-6690.
Village Meeting Agendas:
This Week's Meetings:
  • Library Board (Rescheduled from Jan. 23)
  • Tuesday, January 29, 7:00 pm, Library Program Room

Last Week's Meetings:
Upcoming at the Whitefish Bay Public Library:
Back by Popular Demand -
Snow Storm Reminders from Public Works:
Village Snow Plowing Procedures:

Village crews clear streets starting with the main thoroughfares, the crews then proceed to streets adjacent to schools, after that residential streets and alleys are cleared. Sidewalks next to village land are also cleared.
Resident Snow and Ice Removal:

All residents and business owners are responsible for snow and ice removal from public sidewalks adjacent to their properties within 24 hours of a snow event. Please clear all corners with crosswalks. Handicap accessible ramps should be cleared out enough to accommodate a wheel chair. Visit the Village website for more details
Cold Weather Reminders from the CDC:
Updates from the Village:
 Circle Drive Area Street Light Replacement Project

The Circle Drive Area Street Light Replacement Project continues this week. The new street light poles are expected to be delivered the week of Monday, January 28.  These poles will be temporarily stored in the roadway median on Lexington Blvd. 

Underground conduit boring work will commence that week as well, but is weather dependent. Extended street light outages in the entire project construction area will continue for several weeks until the final new street light poles, lights and conduit circuits have been installed and energized.For more information on this project,  click here.
Friends of the Whitefish Bay Library 6th Annual Writing Contest

The Friends of the Whitefish Bay Library Writing Contest is back for 2019. This will be the 6th straight year for the contest, which includes submission categories for short story (1,000 words or less), memoirs (1,000 words or less), and poetry (200 words or less).

The contest is open to anyone 16 and up. Submissions will be accepted from January 14-February 11 and are limited to one entry per person per category. Cash prizes will be awarded in mid-March. Read all the details on Library's website.
North Shore Health Department:
News from the Health Department:

Did you know? January 22 to 27, 2019 is National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week (NDAFW). NDAFW links teens with scientists and other experts to counteract the myths about drugs and alcohol that they get from the internet, social media, TV, movies, music or from friends.
The Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division leads a community-wide prevention committee called Light & Unite Red (LUR).

Red represents substance abuse awareness, and LUR members work together to shine a spotlight on the dangers of substance use. LUR members plan events throughout the year but focus on NDAFW.

Learn about activities occurring around Southeastern Wisconsin, follow LUR on Facebook, and take the interactive National Drug & Alcohol IQ Challenge quiz.
Upcoming Immunization Clinics (Appointment Required)

Tuesday, January 29, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm,
North Shore Library

Upcoming Adult Health Clinics
(Appointment Required)

Wednesday, February 20, 8:00 am to 10:00 am, Brown Deer Office

Upcoming Blood Pressure Screening (No Appointment Required)

Tuesday, January 29, 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm, WFB Sr. Center (5205 Lydell Avenue)

Wednesday, February 6, 12:15 pm to 1:00 pm, Lois & Tom Dolan Community Center (4355 W. Bradley)

Please call the North Shore Health Department for appointments at
Shorewood Health Department Office: 2010 E. Shorewood Blvd.

Brown Deer Health Department Office: 4800 W. Green Brook Dr.
Community Spotlight:
Save the date! Pancake Breakfast with the Bunny
Come celebrate Spring at the North Shore Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast with the Bunny on Saturday, March 30, 8:00 am to 11:00 am 
The event will take place at the Bay Shore Lutheran Church, 1200 E. Hampton Road, Whitefish Bay. Guests may enter at the north door from the parking lot on Wildwood Avenue.
Enjoy photos with the Bunny, raffles, face painting, and a delicious breakfast featuring pancakes, sausage, juice, milk & coffee. Tickets are available at the door, from Kiwanis members or at Winkie’s - just $7 per adult (10 & up) and $5 per child (over 2 years of age).

Kiwanis 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. For more information visit
"55 and Better" at the Whitefish Bay Recreation Department

Tuesday, January 29: Luncheon with presentation on "Fall Prevention". How our balance system works, how it changes, and YES how we can improve it! Cost $9.00. Catered lunch menu: Swedish meatballs with gravy over parsley noodles, mixed vegetables, kidney bean salad, bread stick, chocolate brownie, milk, and Starbucks coffee. Preregistration was required by January 24.

Monday, February 4: David Bartlet's technology series is back! 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm. Topic: Protecting your computer, emails and phone from pop-ups, scams and unwanted calls! This is a free class but you MUST be registered.

Questions on any program please contact Carolyn Noori at 414-963-3992 or by email.
Whitefish Bay Garden Club Upcoming Events:

Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 6:15 pm: February Meeting at the Whitefish Bay Public Library. Hear speaker Cheryl Nenn from Milwaukee Riverkeepers.

Cheryl will talk about the history of the Riverkeepers organization and current water issues facing the Milwaukee River and other water sources. Please join us to learn more about how we can make our rivers cleaner and safeguard our drinking water.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at 6:30 pm: March Meeting at the Lydell Community Center.
Other Community Links:
Village of Whitefish Bay | Phone: 414-962-6690 | Fax: 414-962-5651