The Village of Kohler is a community of friendly people, charming homes, and diverse cultural and recreational amenities. The dream of developing Kohler Village as a garden/industrial community was conceived by Walter J. Kohler. Walter worked with the prominent landscape design firm Olmsted Bros. to develop one of the nation's first and finest planned communities. Noted landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, designed New York's Central Park and the grounds of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. 

"Kohler Village Remembers"

There are a limited supply of Centennial books still available for purchase. Books can be purchased at Village Hall for $40, cash or check only. Books can also be shipped for an additional charge of $5. For more information, please contact the Clerk-Treasurer's Office.

 

Government News & Notices
Holiday Garbage Pick-up, September 03, 2014
When a holiday falls on a Monday or Tuesday all garbage pick-ups will be one day later than scheduled. Labor Day falls on Monday, September 1; therefore, garbage pick-up for that week will be on Wednesday, September 3rd. Read More
Partisan Primary, August 12, 2014
The Partisan Primary will held Tuesday, August 12. The polling place is located in the Kirkpatrick Center at Village Hall, 319 Highland Drive, and will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Read More
Greenfield Drive/Upper Road Intersection Closing, July 16, 2014
The intersection of Greenfield Drive and Upper Road by Orchard Court will be closing permanently in August. As part of the non-motorized construction grant, a new pedestrian crossing will be constructed across Upper Road and Greenfield Drive to Ebben Field. As part of the design, the intersection of Greenfield Drive and Upper Road will be closed to facilitate a better traffic flow and to safely protect pedestrians crossing to Ebben Field.
Brush Pick-up, July 16, 2014
The Village crew picks up brush (tree branches) on Tuesdays that can be run through the Village chipper. After the yard waste cart is full, additional brush must be in 4-foot lengths, maximum 6-inch diameter and piled neatly at the curb. No thorny material or material with root balls is allowed. Thorny material, root balls and all loose and leafy material must go in the yard waste cart. Read More
Fire Hydrant Flushing and Water Valve Exercising, July 16, 2014
During the months of August and September, the Village Public Works Department will be exercising water valves. The Department will also be performiong maintenance on fire hydrants and flushing the mains. The work will be performed Monday through Thursday. Residents should be aware that there will be periods of cloudy and discolored water as sediment and mineral deposits in the water mains are disturbed.
New Advance Disposal Combination Garbage/Recycling Truck, June 24, 2014
Advance Disposal is now using a combination garbage/recycling truck. The truck will pick up both garbage and recycling. The truck box is divided into two bays. One bay is used for garbage, and the other bay is for recyclables. The driver pushes a button in the truck to direct the material into the proper bay. Read More
WIS 23 Ramps Closing, June 18, 2014
The Wisconsin DOT announced tentative plans for closing the WIS 23 on-ramps from County Y beginning Wednesday, June 18 to mid-August. Concurrent with this change, the WIS 23 off-ramps to County Y will be reopened. County Y will continue to be reduced to one lane in each direction, but traffic will be moved to the west side side of the County Y median. Single-lane closures on WIS 23 will also continue in the westbound and eastbound directions. WisDOT will make an announcement if the June 18 ramp closure date is delayed. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes and use caution when driving through this or any work zone. News releases from the WisDOT can be viewed on the web at: www.dot.wisconsin.gov/news/index.htm.
County Highway Y Repaving Project, April 21, 2014
Monday, April 21, construction will begin on CTH Y. This will include CTH Y from Greenfield Drive north to CTH O, Highway 23 ramps, and Twin Oaks Road. Construction is expected to be completed in August. CTH Y and Twin Oaks Road will continue to be open to traffic, however, HWY 23 ramps will be closed for phased periods of time. Signage will be placed to direct drivers through the construction. Click below to see a map of the area. Read More
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