Welcome to the City of Brillion

Nestled between Lake Michigan and Lake Winnebago in Calumet County, the City of Brillion is a great place to live, work, learn, and play. Being centrally located 25 miles from Appleton, Green Bay, and Manitowoc, makes Brillion a great location for quaint living and a short commute.


NEW CITY HALL OFFICE HOURS

Beginning Monday, December 5th:
Mondays - Thursdays: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Fridays: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

2017 Spring Free Large Item Pickup

The City of Brillion in coordination with the contracted services of Advanced Disposal  will once again hold a free large item pick-up for residents of the City.  The 2017 Large Item Pick-up is scheduled for Monday, April 3rd for residents on the East side of Main Street and Monday, April 10th for residents on the West side of Main Street.  We ask residents not to place items for pick up on the curb more than 48 hours prior to your scheduled date of pick up and remember any items not removed will be the responsibility of the property owner to clean up and remove within 48 hours after your date of pick up.  Advanced Disposal will not clean up messes left by improperly prepared material or left by scavengers. All electronic items and items containing Freon will not be picked up.  Items containing Freon may be taken to Midshore Recycling in New Holstein (920-898-5498). Please note that this Free Large Item pickup is only offered once a year.  There will not be a fall pickup date in 2017.

  

NO OVERNIGHT PARKING ON STREETS

As of November 15, 2016 until April 1, 2017 the City of Brillion winter parking ban is in effect.  There is no parking between 1:00 am and 6:00 am on City streets without prior permission from the Brillion Police Department.

2017 Dog and Cat License

REMINDER: All City of Brillion residents owning a cat or dog that is older than 6 months is required by City Ordinance to purchase a license. Proof of rabies vaccination is required when licensing your pet.  The deadline for purchasing a 2017 Dog or Cat License is April 1, 2017. 

 License fees:    $3.00 spayed or neutered, $8.00 non-spayed or non-neutered,  a $5.00 penalty will be imposed after April 1, 2017.

Snow Removal Reminder

Per City Code, any person failing to remove either snow or ice from the sidewalk within 24 hours after a snowfall or sleet storm shall be subject to forfeiture, and the city shall have such sidewalk cleared of snow or ice and the expense thereof levied as a special tax against the property, collected as are other taxes. The expense of such snow and ice removal shall be charged at a rate $120.00 per hour with a minimum charge for 1 hour.

  • Please shovel your sidewalks within 24 hours after a snowfall event.
  • Please DO NOT blow or shovel snow back into or across the street.
  • Please DO NOT pile snow on sidewalk terrace if your property is in the Downtown District.
  • Please keep your sidewalks & sidewalk ramps free of ice & snow.
  • Please remove vehicles from the street when the snowplows are in operation.
  • Please remove snow from around fire hydrants near your home.

Mailbox Policy

The City of Brillion will pay a maximum of $25.00 if a mailbox, located within the terrace area set back 6 to 8 inches from the curb or road edge (per City Code sec. 82-8) and is directly damaged by a snowplow.  The City is not responsible for any damage due to snow coming off of the plow or for damages to mailboxes that are not located within the terrace area defined in City Code sec. 82-8 as follows:   Responsibility to maintain. Every owner of land in the city whose land abuts a terrace is required to maintain, or have maintained by his tenant, the terrace directly abutting such land as provided in this section and elsewhere in this Code. Every owner shall keep mailboxes located on a terrace set back 6 to 8 inches from the front face of the curb or road edge to the mailbox door and shall be kept  free and clear of snow.

2017 Spring Election – April 4, 2017 

The 2017 Spring Election will be held on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 for State Superintendent of Public Instructions, Supreme Court, Court of Appeals Judge, Circuit Court Judge, Municipal Offices, and School District Offices.   

The following municipal officers for the City of Brillion are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed.  The term of Alderperson At-Large begins on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 and is a three (3) year term unless otherwise indicated.                    

Alderperson At-Large:            Incumbent – Bob Brick         

Alderperson At-Large:            Incumbent – Crystal Fhlug

 

CITY FEE SCHEDULE

Please click the link below to access the new City Fee Schedule:

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