Applications for poll workers are now being accepted for the Village of Bonduel.
Anyone interested in applying can stop by Village Hall at 117 W. Green Bay Street, to sign up and complete a brief application. To see our full flyer, click here.
The State D.O.T. has informed the village that they will be starting on their portion of the State Highway 117 project on May 6, 2024. This work will consist of water and sewer repairs, traffic light upgrades, and repaving of State Highway 117 through the Village of Bonduel.
The full public notice can be found here
No person shall park any vehicle on any Village streets or alleys or in any Village parking lots between 2:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from November 15th to April 15th.
Village Ordinance Sec 28-7(b).
Effective Immediately a 100% ID check and sign-in will be in place at the Bonduel Recycle Center. If your address does not match your driver's license address, then you will need to bring in your current water bill with the correct address on it. This in efforts to help stop non-residents who have been using the Village Recycle Center.
The Village of Bonduel is accepting applications for the position of a Full-Time Police Chief. The Chief of Police is an independent position responsible for department administration, and enforcement of all laws and ordinances. This position handles the patrolling of the community, investigations, and general keeping of the peace. Link to full job description Application DJ-LE-330
The Village of Bonduel recently conducted a survey to gather feedback and ideas from the community on how to improve Bonduel's parks and recreation facilities.
Here is the feedback from the community from our Park Survey.
Property owners must clear snow and ice from their entire sidewalk, including the concrete terrace within 24 hours of a snowfall. Failure to do so may result in fines and charges for removal. The Village prohibits plowing or blowing snow from a property onto Village streets, alleys, sidewalks, or public places. If snow is deposited on public property, the Village will remove it and bill the property owner for the cost.