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Village of Mount Horeb Website
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, area attractions, 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.
David L Becker, Village President
|WATER SERVICE FREEZE-UP CONCERN|
If you are concerned that your water service will freeze please run a pencil-sized stream of cold water from any faucet in your home. At this time we would suggest running the stream thru the middle of March. Please contact the Utility Office at 437-3084 and let them know you are running water to avoid a freeze-up.The Utility will adjust your monthly bills so that you will not be charged for this additional water or sewer cost.
|MOUNT HOREB UTILITIES 2014 COMMUNITY FUNDS GRANT|
Mount Horeb Utilities will award three $500.00 grants to eligible organizations that serve the Mount Horeb community. The awards are provided in partnership with WPPI Energy. Applications can be mailed or dropped off at the Mount Horeb Utility Office, 138 E Main Street, Mount Horeb, and are due by 5:00pm on Friday, March 7, 2014.
|TALK OF THE TROLLWAY|
“Talk of the Trollway” is a locally produced program on Village Cable. The show spotlights Mount Horeb’s dynamic world of art, entertainment, hobbies and travel. The March episode featuring Mount Horeb photographer Vicki France, and prior episodes are available on the Video on Demand page.
|REMEMBER TO SHOVEL OUT YOUR FIRE HYDRANT|
A reminder to property owners that have fire hydrants located on their property or adjacent road right-of way that you are required per ordinance 5.07 to remove all snow and ice within a two foot radius of the fire hydrant within 24 hours following a weather event. If the hydrant is located on the lot line it is the responsibility of the property owner to the north or east to ensure the hydrant is cleared.
|WINTER PARKING RESTRICTIONS DECEMBER 1 THRU MARCH 31|
Please click here for additional information regarding winter parking restrictions.
|VIDEO ON DEMAND|
Did you miss a Village meeting, or want to watch a Wednesday Night Live performance? Click on the video camera in the left column to access taped Village meetings and other videos.
|LEAD PUBLIC EDUCATION PROGRAM|
Please see attached regarding lead levels in drinking water.
|MOUNT HOREB SENIOR CENTER |
Check out what is happening at the Mount Horeb Senior Center this month. Click here!
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