Elections – Spring Primary is Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Type B Notice of Voting Instructions

Notice of Location & Polling Hous

Notice of Outstanding Provisional Posting

2017 Spring Primary – All Wards

Notice of Absentee Board of Canvass

Notice of Municipal Board of Canvass

Notice of Public Test Salem

It’s Official

The Salem – Silver Lake Cooperative Plan has been officially approved – 11-21-2016_approval_cv


Ordinance 294(7.04)(a) states:  “No person shall park or leave standing any vehicle at any time, day or night, on any street, road or thoroughfare within the Village of Silver Lake, during or after a snowfall of two (2) inches or more until snow plowing operations are completed …”.

Ordinance 200(4)(a) states:  “It shall be unlawful for the owner or keeper of any dog or cat to permit such animals to run at large.  For the purposes of this ordinance “running at large” shall mean the presence of a dog or cat at any place other than on the premises of its owner or keeper and not on a leash or otherwise under the immediate control of a person authorized by such owner or keeper to take charge of such animal”.

Ordinance 200(4)(b) states:  “No person shall cause or permit a dog or cat to be on property, public or private, not owned or possessed by such keeper unless such person has in his immediate possession an appropriate device for scooping excrement …”.

Community Library Storytime

Any questions, contact Tara Buesing of the Community Library Outreach Program at:  tbuesing@communitylib.org

An enjoyable half hour of activity from 10:30 am to 11:00 am;
Wednesdays in February are the 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd

Westosha Community Senior Center

A non-profit organization to aid and service the senior citizens of Western Kenosha County.  The website is:  www.westoshaseniorcenter.com

Village Hall Office Hours

Monday thru Friday, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, or, by appointment calling (262) 889-4308

Board Meetings

The 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 pm at the Village Hall

Medication Collection program

Empty all medications (whether they are prescription or over-the counter medications) into a plastic bag.  Keep the prescription bottles to put into your own recycling receptacle at home.  You may drop off the bag in the secured metal lock box located in the Village Hall.  Please no needles, sharps or syringes.