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FACTS ABOUT THE VILLAGE

AREA: 5.5 Square Miles (3,073 acres)


POPULATION:              
1591  (2014)
640 Households



ZONING:  
100% single-family residential on lots of at least 5 acres (about 85%), 2 acres (13%),
1 acre (2%)

No businesses are allowed in the Village
Churches
Hill Point Church
St. Christopher's Episcopal Church
Synagogue: 
Congregation Emanu-El B’Ne Jeshurun
Clubs:
Milwaukee Country Club (Private)

River Tennis Club (Private)
Art:
Lynden Sculpture Garden



INCORPORATED: 
March 17, 1930




GOVERNMENT: 
Village Board-Manager since 1947

Village President and Six Trustees
(elected for 3-year terms)



OTHER VILLAGE BODIES: : 
Board of Appeals,
Board of Health,
Board of Review,  

Building Board
Committee on the Environment
Technology Advisory Committee
Community Relations Committee
Plan Commission

Regional Telecommunications Commission



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1:
(South of Calumet Road)  
Glendale/River Hills (K4 to 8)

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8:
(North of Calumet Road)          

Maple Dale/Indian Hills (K4 to 8) 

Nicolet High School  (9 to 12)

University School    (K4 to 12)  (Private)

School District Numbers for Income Tax Forms:
No. 1 = 2184                     No. 8 = 1897



LIBRARY:
North Shore Public Library

6800 N. Port Washington Road



VOTING:
Three Wards; all vote at Village Hall; 7 AM to 8 PM
Ward One: Green Tree Road to south side of Calumet Road

Ward Two: North side of Calumet Road to south side of Brown Deer Road

Ward Three: North side of Brown Deer Road to south side of County Line Road

click here to view ward map



UTILITY BILLING:  
Annual Sewer User fees are included with your tax bills.
 



PROPERTY TAXES:
Property Tax Bills are mailed in mid-December


First one-half of bill plus any special charges is due by January 31
Second installment (1/4) is due by March 31
Third installment (1/4) is due by May 31

Payments can be mailed or dropped off at the Village Hall during normal business hours  



PARKING:
There is no street parking.
"Temporary parking this side of street only" signs are available for special occasions. (contact Police Department)  



REFUSE COLLECTION:
Refuse and recyclables are collected Tuesdays every other week.

Contact John's
Disposal) at 1-262-473-4700 for details.



WILDLIFE: 
Chapter 2 of the General Ordinances prohibits the feeding of deer and also the discharge of firearms and bows and arrows in the Village
 



WETLANDS:
Village Ordinances and State Law prohibit the filling of wetlands or floodplain areas. 

Contact the Village Hall for information prior to commencing any work.
A permit is required.  



HOUSEWATCH:
A vacation house-check can be provided by contacting the River Hills Police Department at 247-2302.
 



POSTINGS:
Official Notices are posted on Village bulletin boards located at: 

Village Hall main entrance;
Green Tree and River Rd intersection;
Dean and Range Line Rd intersection;



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