Welcome

The Village of Mount Horeb would like to welcome you and thank you for visiting our website.  Here you will find an abundance of information on Village Programs, Services and Departments, and information affecting everyone in Mount Horeb. This website is designed to assist local residents with questions about Village of Mount Horeb Government as well as provide Area Information to Visitors.  No matter which one applies to you, I welcome you and invite you to take a look around.  You will be surprised at all Mount Horeb has to offer.

Sincerely,

Randy J Littel, Village President

  • News To You

    • COMPUTER/ELECTRONICS/APPLIANCES RECYCLING AND BULK ITEM DROPOFF EVENT

      The Village of Mount Horeb and Resource Solutions will hold a recycling event from 8am-noon on Saturday, September 10, 2016 at Sunrise Park, 119 Telemark Parkway. Please see the brochure for specific item charges and also a list of items accepted at no charge.

      A Bulk Item Dropoff will also take place on Saturday, September 10 from 8am-noon at the Village Garage, 301 Blue Mounds Street. There is a $10.00 -  cash only - charge per car/truck/small trailer to drop off items. Items that will be accepted include couches, chairs, household furniture and carpeting.

      NO large auto parts or tires, hazardous items, solid or liquid waste including paint, pesticides, motor oil, solvents or explosive items, appliances, electronics, large amounts of construction material or any yard waste will be allowed.

    • MOUNT HOREB SENIOR CENTER

      Check out this month's calendar of events for the Mount Horeb Senior Center.

    • TALK OF THE TROLLWAY

      If making cheese was a race, Willi Lehner would be the tortoise and proud of it. The rural Blue Mounds cheesemaker ages his artisan Bleu Mont Dairy cheeses in a manmade cave, sometimes for a year or more. See how he adds his own twist to the centuries old craft this month on "Talk of the Trollway."  Talk of the Trollway spotlights the dynamic world of art, entertainment, hobbies, and travel in the Mount Horeb area. Current and prior episodes are available on the Video on Demand page.   

    • Lead Public Education Program

      Some homes in this community have elevated lead levels in their drinking water. Lead can pose a significant risk to your health. Please read the Full Notice for further information.