SCOUTING FOR FOOD

Saturday April 17th
Food Donation will go to local St Vincent de Paul Food Pantry Brillion.
Place bag outside your door by 8AM, Saturday April 17th.
It will be picked up by the Scouts.
If you did not receive a bag, place your donation in a plastic bag.

City of Brillion Free Large Item Pickup

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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 2020 Large Item Pick-up is scheduled for Monday, May 17th for residents on the East side of Main Street and Monday, May 24th for residents on the West side of Main Street.  This is subject to change per COVID-19 orders.

Residents should place items on the curb prior to the morning of pickup. Advanced Disposal will not clean up messes left by improperly prepared material or left by scavengers. All electronic items, tires and items containing Freon will not be picked up.  Please note that this Free Large Item pickup is only offered once a year.  There will not be a fall pickup date in 2020.
 

2021 Adopt-a-Flower form

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COVID VACCINE INFORMATION

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COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine Appointments Available from Calumet County
 

COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine Appointments Available from Calumet County
 
 
Our COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Chilton is offering appointments on April 14, 16, and 20. All individuals, age 16 and over, are eligible. Youth, ages 16 and 17, are required to have a parent or guardian with them to sign paperwork and be present during vaccination.
 
"Receiving the COVID-19 vaccine continues to prove quite effective and safe. It offers significant protection to not just the individual, but to their family, friends, coworkers, and the entire community," advised Bonnie Kolbe, Calumet County Public Health Officer.
 
Bonnie continued, "Having a large majority of the population vaccinated will decrease the spread of the virus and get us back to socializing and participating in activities without having to take precautions like wearing a mask and keeping one’s distance”.
 
Registration:
• Schedule an appointment online beginning Monday, April 12, at 10:00 a.m.
• All individuals, age 16 and older, are eligible.
• Your second dose in the series will be scheduled at your first appointment.
 
Clinic Location:
St. Martin Lutheran Church
717 Memorial Drive, Chilton, WI 53014
 
Individuals with questions or non-English speaking individuals needing assistance may call (920) 849-1466, starting at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, April 12.
 
 
Cindi Goebel
Communications and Project Specialist
Department of Administration
 
206 Court St | Chilton, WI 53014
Phone (920) 849-1611 | Toll-Free (833) 620-2730
Fax (920) 849-1475 | www.calumetcounty.org

City of Brillion April 6, 2021 Election Results Final-Precinct-Summary

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City of Brillion Hiring Aquatics Coordinator Position

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CITY OF BRILLION
POSITION DESCRIPTION

POSITION TITLE:         AQUATICS COORDINATOR

DEPARTMENT:   PARKS, RECREATION & AQUATICS
 DIVISION:  BRILLION COMMUNITY CENTER

SUPERVISOR:             PARK & RECREATION DIRECTOR

WAGES:                       COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE

HOURS:      Flexible

Position:       Full time or Part-time
                                 

Position Description attached
 

Download "Aquatics Coord. Position Description (March 2021).pdf"

Sen Jacque to Hold Listening Sessions 04.09.21 at Brillion City Center Council Chambers

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Brillion city newsletter April - June 2021

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DOG AND CAT LICENSE

The due date to license your dog or cat is still April 1st.  This is a State Statute. If you haven't licensed your pet yet, please do so by completing the application from the City website https://www.ci.brillion.wi.us/permits-dog-cat and mail it in with the fee and proof of rabies vaccination.  We will return the tag and receipt to you by mail.  A drop off box is also available at the east (Main Street) entrance to City Center.  If you have any questions please call City Center at 920-756-2250.  Thank you for your cooperation.

WINTER STREET AND SIDEWALK MAINTENANCE POLICY

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Residents

2021 Announcements

2021 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 2021 Dog or Cat License is April 1, 2021.

License Fees:           
$3.00 spayed or neutered,  $8.00 non-spayed or non-neutered,  A $5.00 penalty will be imposed after April 1, 2021.

2020 Property Taxes:
The first installment or full payment of the 2020 property tax is due to the City Clerk/Treasurer by Friday, January 29, 2021 at 201 N. Main St. in Brillion.  Second installments are due to the Calumet County Treasurer by Friday, July 31, 2021.

Please Note: 
Mortgage escrow checks must be paid directly to the City Treasurer to be applied to the property tax bill.  If a refund is due, the Treasurer will send a refund check to the property owners.  The City Treasurer will not endorse mortgage escrow checks over to the property owners.

Talent Bank Questionnaire

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Interested in serving your community?  Complete our Talent Bank Questionnaire.

Download "BRILLION COMMITTEE VOLUNTEER QUESTIONAIRE FORM.pdf"

TOILETS ARE NOT TRASHCANS

With report of toilet paper shortages due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), people may be temped to use paper towels, facial tissue, or wipes.  Please continue to ONLY FLUSH THE 3Ps (Pee, Poo and Toilet Paper) at this time and always.  Anything but the 3Ps can clog pipes, cause a backup in your home, and inhibit the sanitary sewer system of the City from working.  Please do your part to protect public health!

Bellin Health will begin vaccinating individuals age 65 and older starting Monday, Jan. 25

VACCINATION DETAILS:
In accordance with state of Wisconsin COVID-19 vaccination guidelines, Bellin Health will begin vaccinating individuals age 65 and older starting Monday, Jan. 25.

Vaccinations for individuals age 65 and older can be scheduled via an individual’s MyBellinHealth account or by calling the Bellin Health COVID-19 hotline at (920) 445-7313 or 1-888-330-3524. Individuals do not need to be Bellin patients to schedule vaccinations. If you don’t have a MyBellin account, see attached slide for instructions on how to sign up.
***Please be aware that both the hotline and MyBellinHealth are experiencing some delays due to high volumes. Again, we sincerely appreciate your patience.

Vaccinations will be administered at the following locations:
  • Bellin Health Ashwaubenon clinic campus, 1630 Commanche Ave. (turf gym area just inside the Northwest entrance).
  • Oconto: Bellin Health Bond Community Center, 1201 Park Ave.
  • Marinette: Details will be shared once available

NOT SURE IF THE COVID VACCINE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
We believe that vaccination is critical to ending this pandemic and returning us to life as normal. To help your people make an informed decision, here’s a link with Q&A about the vaccine: https://www.bellin.org/covid19#vaccineInfo and a 30-min video with a Bellin physician to answer some of the vaccine questions we are receiving.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqJAYdBemmM
 

City Newsletter Jan-March 2021