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Village Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the Village Hall, located at 301 Main St.  Our next meeting is Tuesday, October 10, 2023.  For future meeting dates please check our website www.villageofwarrens.com

The Village Office will be closed Wednesday, September 20th, starting at 1:30 pm, Thursday, September 21st, all day, and Friday, September 22nd for Cranfest.

CRANBERRY FESTIVAL – The Warrens 50th Cranberry Festival will be held on September 22-24 this year. Come and join the fun.  With over 1300 booths within the village limits, Warrens turns into a giant festival, selling all kinds of items from arts & crafts, antiques, flea market items, fresh fruit and vegetables, and all kinds of foods. This year, the Parade Grand Marshal is Miss America, Wisconsin native, Grace Stanke. The parade will be held on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.

Other Upcoming Community Events

September – No community dinner

October 11th – Community dinner 4:00–6:00 pm

October 20th – Halloween party @ Log Building 7:00-9:00 pm

October 31st – Trick or Treat 4:00-7:00 pm

November 8th – Community dinner 4:00-6:00 pm

November 22nd Thanksgiving dinner 4:00-6:00 pm

December 9th -Community Christmas

December 13th– Community dinner 4:00-6:00 pm

ATTENTION: Public Works asks that you pull your garbage cans back to your house after pick-up.  This is helpful for pick-up as it is easier to determine if there is garbage to be dumped.  It is also appreciated to not have garbage cans close to the road during plowing season.

Pet Owners:  Pets must be on a leash.  No person shall walk any pet beyond the limits of his own property without picking up and removing animal feces; it is unlawful for any person to dispose of animal feces on public or private property other than the person’s own property.

Rent the Log Building: Hosting an event this year?  Rent the Warrens Log building.  If you’re having a wedding, anniversary, birthday, confirmation, graduation, or any other type of gathering check out the Warrens Log Building.  Go to our website and scroll down to the Rental tab.  There is a calendar which will show you what dates are available.  Click on the Rent Me box to enter your information and we will respond within 48 hours.

Leaky water meter or leaky pipes?  If you see any sign of leaks around our water meter, please call the Village Office and we will be happy to come out and inspect it.  We will replace any gaskets and tighten any fittings associated with the meter.  Any leaks that result from the piping to and from the meter will be the home/business owner’s responsibility.  If possible, the Village will help diagnose leaks but will recommend a plumber’s help if our meter is watertight.

The Annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) is located at the Village Hall.  A copy is available upon request.

Call Before You Dig:  Please call 3 working days (72 hours) before you dig to receive information on buried cable.  Call 8-1-1 or 1-800-242-8511 http://www.diggershotline.com SAFETY FIRST!

Building Permits: Building permits are required for most work.  Call the Village Hall for a list of items you will need to submit your application. Building permits must be paid for and posted before work begins.

Pay Your Utility Bill Online:

Log onto www.PaymentServiceNetwork.com; enter Account ID   RT17971

Pay by checking/savings withdrawal or credit/debit card

Avoid late fees; the payment posts the day you make it.

There is a small convenience fee of $1.00 if using checking or savings or 2.75% if using a credit or debit card. This fee will be added to your payment. If you have questions, call our online service provider, PSN, toll-free at

877-885-7968.  http://www.PaymentServiceNetwork.com

Burning:  Open burning of leaves, weeds, brush, stumps, clean wood trees, and other vegetative debris is prohibited.  Outdoor campfires and small bonfires for cooking, ceremonies, or recreation are allowed provided that the fire is confined by a control device or structure such as a fire ring or fire pit.  Bonfires are allowed only if approved by and in accordance with provisions established by the Fire Chief.  BURN BARRELS ARE PROHIBITED.

Comments or Complaints:  Can’t make it to the monthly meeting?  Write to us!  Please sign your letters to the Village so we can respond back to you.

Street Lighting: If there are problems with street lights call the Village office at 608-378-4177.