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Bring a certified copy of your operator license or your course completion certificate to the City Clerk’s Office, at which time you will complete a license application to receive an operator’s license. A background investigation is conducted and Common Council approval is required before operator licenses are issued.
If you have not held an operator license in the State of Wisconsin or have not registered for or completed a Wisconsin State approved Responsible Beverage Server Training Course, you may not apply for an operator license. You may only apply for an operator license after you have registered for or completed a Wisconsin State approved Responsible Beverage Server Training Course.
Visit the Wisconsin State Department of Revenue website for a list of approved courses. You may apply for a provisional operator license with proof of registration for the course and a letter from your employer stating they would like the City to issue you a provisional operator’s license. Or, you may apply for a regular operator license (as explained above) after you receive your certificate of completion.
Contact the City Clerk’s Office at 414-329-5219 for more information.
Wisconsin State Department of Revenue
You can pay in person at the Treasurer’s Office at City Hall, 7325 W. Forest Home Ave. There is a deposit box located on the south side of the building for drop off payments. In December only, we have two banks that collect for us, Tri City in the Pick N Save Store at 76th and Cold Spring Rd and Associated Bank at 4811 S 76th St. You do not need to be a member of the bank. Confirmation of payment will be provided. Refer to the tax letter for current year’s hours of operation and phone numbers.
This item is a separate charge on the tax bill. The current year fee can be found on the “tax rate sheet”. The city uses Johns Disposal Services 1-888-473-4701. The current year’s calendar and collection map can be found on the Public Works website or in the Park and Recreation magazine “Recreator” mailed to all homes. You can also pick one up at City Hall.
Please see our Medication Disposal page for information about safe medication disposal at home. Never flush medication down the toilet. Medication Disposal
Immunization Clinics are held on the 2nd Monday from 3 p.m. - 4:45 p.m., the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month from 3 - 5 p.m.. Appointments are necessary. Health Department
The application process is outlined within the posting of each available position. Please follow the application process for the position in which you are interested in applying for.
Jobs are posted on the Human Resources Page, and are posted on bulletin boards at City Hall in the Human Resources Department and in the lobby outside the Finance Department. You may also call Human Resources at 414-329-5208.
Property zoning can be obtained from the website, front page, the GIS button along the bottom. Type in the house number and select the street from the list. If further information is needed please contact 414-329-5342.
Please contact Inspection at 414-329-5330. Inspectors have daily office hours of 8:00 am – 10:00 am and 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
Mechanical type permits are issued and mailed to contractors within a few business days of their receipt. Those types of permit requiring review, such as commercial building & residential construction, can take between one to two weeks.
Yes, credit card payment may be made in person or via telephone during our daily business hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Please contact Inspection at 414-329-5330 for more information.
Please contact Inspection at 414-329-5330 at least 24 hours in advance of when you would like an inspection appointment.
Please contact Inspection at 414-329-5330 and we can check the file to see if a survey is available.
The City does not have a surveyor on staff. An internet search using “Land Surveyors” would guide you to a State licensed surveyor and then you would make those arrangements privately.
This can be verified by Code Enforcement, at 414-727-8900.
Please contact Inspection at 414-329-5330 and we can check if any permits have been submitted for a particular address.
Variances are granted by the Zoning Board of Appeals, a citizen member panel. Please contact Inspection at 414-329-5330 to see if what you are pursuing meets the guidelines for a variance; mainly what hardship you are enduring that a variance would alleviate.
At the Greenfield Police Department, 24 hours per day.
At the Greenfield Municipal Court, Monday-Friday 8am to 5 pm.
Mail a letter to the Municipal Court5300 W Layton Avenue Greenfield, WI 53220
with the following information: Full Name Current address Current telephone number Driver’s license number Date parking ticket was issued The parking ticket number (located by PK in right-hand corner of ticket) Preference for either an 8:30 am or 5:30 pm court session
Once this information is received, we will send a letter with your assigned court date.
A court date will not be assigned by telephone.
Directions:From I-94: Take Highway 45 South to I-894 East to the South 60th Street exit. Go South (right). To first light, West Layton Avenue and go East (left). The Municipal Court is located on the north side.
From I-43: Take I-43 South to I-894 West to South 60th Street exit. Go South (left). To first light, West Layton Avenue and go East (left). The Municipal Court is located on the north side.
If you do not wish to contest the matter, you may pay your forfeiture by the scheduled Court date. Please enclose a copy of your citation. The Court will enter a plea of no contest with a finding of guilty - no appearance is necessary.
You may enter your plea in Court on the Court date indicated on the citation. If a juvenile (16 and under with a non-traffic offense), wants to appear at his/her Court date they must be accompanied by a parent and will be seen by the Judge in closed chambers.
You may enter a not guilty plea prior to your Court date in writing by mail or in person at the Court office. If a not guilty plea is entered the matter will be scheduled for a pretrial conference with the City Attorney.
If restitution is made to the victim make sure you get proof. You can bring that proof on your court date and the Judge will review your court case. With proof of restitution, the Judge may consider a reducing the fine.
Bring your registration slip and a $35 fee to the Municipal Court office Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. prior to your court date and the ticket will be dismissed.
Bring your registration slip to court on your assigned court date and present to the Judge.
If you do not wish to contest the matter, you may pay your forfeiture by the scheduled Court date and time. Please enclose a copy of your citation. The Court will enter a plea of no contest with a finding of guilty - no appearance is necessary.
You may enter your plea in Court on the Court date and time indicated on the citation.
Visa & MasterCard are accepted. If writing a check, the person signing must be present with valid identification.
You can mail a check or money order to the Greenfield Police Department.
Do not mail cash.
Overnight parking on any street or alley within the City shall be permitted year-round, with the exception of declared snow emergencies or on those streets where other parking restrictions or ordinances prevent or prohibit such parking. Motor vehicles parked overnight shall be parked only on the even-numbered side of the street on those nights bearing an even calendar date before midnight and on the odd-numbered side of the street on those nights bearing an odd calendar date before midnight. Enforcement of the provisions in this subsection will be between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. (Am. #2066)
The City Attorney is available to review your case. If you want to see the City Attorney, you will need to sign up at the Police Department window on your scheduled court date and time. The City Attorney takes cases on a first come, first serve basis. Sign up generally starts a half hour before the court time. The City Attorney will not see persons on dates other than your scheduled court date.
In person at the Greenfield Municipal CourtBy fax - call the Municipal Court for details.By email
Court dates will not be rescheduled by telephone.
Appear on the due date that is listed on your paperwork and speak with the Judge, or
Before your due date that is listed on your paperwork you can appear in the Municipal Court office for a one time 60 day extension of payment.
Directions:When leaving the Greenfield Municipal Court parking lot go East (left) onto West Layton Avenue to the 2nd traffic light, West Loomis Road, turn right. Go to the 2nd traffic light, West Grange Avenue, turn left and you will see the DMV on the left-hand side. Wisconsin DMV
According to Section 10.19 of the City of Greenfield Municipal Code (ordinance #2891), dogs are permitted in parks, as long as it's in a designated area as allowed in accordance with posted restrictions, and on a leash no more than six feet in length. Dogs are NOT allowed in parks at any time in picnic areas, children's play areas, athletic fields, or in the Farmer's Market. Dogs are also not allowed in parks during the annual Dan Jansen Family Festival, Fourth of July events, concert in the park events, and other special events. The City ordinance does not pertain to service dogs, or dogs that are necessary and required by any person having a hearing or sight impairment or disability. Please pick up after your pet and dispose off premises.
In addition, small groups of 24 or less have the option of renting the “portico” area attached to the garage facility at Konkel Park or the new gazebo area just off the parking lot at Konkel Park. Permit reservations are taken for the current year on the first business day of the new year and require a completed permit and payment of fees to secure your date.
Please call the Parks and Recreation Department for information on rates and availability or visit the Konkel Park Facilities page to find the forms needed.
Picnic areas/tables are available at all city parks without a permit on a first come first-served basis. Konkel Park Facilities Page
In addition, those 18 and over can apply for summer seasonal park laborer positions and concession stand workers. Some positions (lifeguard, water safety instructor, head program instructor) may require extra certifications and/or training, some of which are offered through the Recreation Department. Pay rates start at minimum wage and increase as training and/or level of responsibility increases.
The amount of financial assistance is determined by the Director of Parks and Recreation based on the information provided and is valid for the current season. Additional information may be required or updated assistance forms needed for subsequent seasons.
Also if the class is full by that date, we may offer another class time or place your name on a waiting list for an enlarged class roster or another class date. Once the “Time Out” date has passed, you may still be able to register for a class if openings still exist. Some classes will be closed as of the “Time Out” date so materials can be prepared. Please plan ahead using the “Time Out” date as your guide.
A copy is automatically mailed to all Greenfield residents (single family and multi-family addresses) 3 times per year. Copies are also available at City Hall and at the Greenfield Library. In addition, Greenfield and Whitnall school offices have “reference” copies as does the Hales Corners Library.
This submittal should include a description (detailed as possible) of your program, the ages you wish to reach, supplies and/or room set-up needed and fee that you would charge to teach your class. Program suggestions are always encouraged by calling the department or jotting down your idea at the bottom of your registration form on the space provided.
It is highly recommended that you contact the Community Development Manager at 414-329-5342 to determine if a pre-submittal meeting with staff is needed.
Request: Schedule of Meetings (Timeline)
Certified Survey Map: Staff > Plan Commission > Common Council (4-6 weeks). Planned Unit Development: Combination of many meetings (9-12 months). Rezoning: Staff > Plan Commission > Public Hearing > Common Council (6-10 weeks). Site/Building/Landscape Review: Staff > Plan Commission > Common Council (4-6 weeks). Special Use: Staff > Plan Commission > Public Hearing > Common Council (6-10 weeks). Subdivision Plat: Combination of many meetings (6-12 months).
Once you know your zoning, view the Municipal Code to find your setback requirements or contact the Community Development Division. Community Development Contact Form
At the meeting, Staff will present their recommendations, after which you will have an opportunity to address the Commission to provide additional information or to answer any questions. The Commission generally will vote on your item the same evening and forward their recommendation to the Common Council.
After the meeting you will be sent a copy of the minutes of the Plan Commission meeting confirming the Commission’s recommendation, along with any conditions of approval. Once the Common Council has taken its action, please contact the Planning and Economic Development Department for any necessary follow-up steps.
View the meeting schedules online or contact the Community Development Division for more information. Community Development Contact Form