Residents

 July 4th Holiday

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July Brush Pick up

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Brillion Lions Brat Fry

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PA-115a  Objection to Real Property Assessment

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Board of Review
June 15, 2022
4-6pm
City Hall

Download "PA-115a Objection to Real Property Assessment.pdf"

CCR 2021

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Talent Bank Questionnaire

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

Download "Talent Bank Committee Volunter Form-City of Brillion.pdf"

Finance Committee Description

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Protections of Persons  Property Committee

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2022 CITY OF BRILLION BUDGET

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Main Street Bounceback Grants

Main Street Bounceback Grants - Application Period Ongoing
The Main Street Bounceback Grants program provides $10,000 to new or existing businesses and non-profit organizations moving into vacant properties in Wisconsin’s downtowns and commercial corridors. The program is open to new or existing businesses opening a new location or expanding operations in a vacant commercial space as of January 1, 2021. Grant funds are available as part of the American Recovery Plan Act and will be distributed by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) regional partners. Businesses must apply through the partner organization for the region in which they are located. Applications are open through June 30, 2022. 
Additional information about the Main Street Bounce Back Grants is available here: https://wedc.org/programs-and-resources/mainstreet-bounceback-grants/
 

Low Income Water Assistance Program

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Providing FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE to low-income households to restore disconnected water services and to pay arrears preventing disconnection of water service. 
FOR MORE INFORMATION: call 833-426-9472
wisconsinwater.help

Download "LIHWAP bifold brochure Jan 2022.pdf"

Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance Program - Help Is Still Available

Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance Program - Help Is Still Available 
The Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance Program (WERA) provides up to 18 months of assistance with current or overdue bills to help households that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic avoid eviction. More than 25,000 Wisconsinites have already received help with rent and utilities statewide. Help is still available for eligible households through WISCAP agencies and Energy Services. The program is funded by the Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program and administered by the Wisconsin Department of Administration.
Additional information about the Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance Program is available here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/WERA.aspx

 

NOTICE OF THE BOARD OF REVIEW

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WINTER STREET AND SIDEWALK MAINTENANCE POLICY

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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!

City Newsletter Jan-March 2021