The Waukesha Water Utility is responsible for providing water to all residences, businesses, institutions and…More industries in the city. The utility offers a toilet rebate program for residents looking to replace their bathroom fixture for a high-efficiency toilet.
The Waukesha Water Utility is operated by its general manager, Dan Duchniak. The seven-member governing board - Waukesha Water Commission - makes water utility policy decisions.
City of Waukesha: Finance Office 201 Delafield St, Waukesha, WI53188 Waukesha's Finance Department maintains the city budget. It also produces agendas and minutes for Finance Committee…More meetings. Other departments submit claims to the Finance Department. The Finance Department has been housed its current office location for more than a decade and is directed by Steve Neaman.
Waukesha City Administrator 201 Delafield St, Waukesha, WI53188 The city administrator is responsible for implementing policies determined by the Common Council for daily operations of…More the city and for developing the city's budget each year. The city administator's office is combined with the mayor's office. The current city administrator is Lori Luther.
Mayor Jeff Scrima was elected in April 2010. He is a graduate from Wheaton College in Illinois. The mayor grew up in…More Waukesha and graduated from the Waukesha Public School system.
The mayor's position is full time. He chairs common council and plan commission meetings.
"Waukesha is a progressive leader in providing a high quality of life at an affordable price," Mayor Scrima said. "In 2010 Waukesha was named one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People by America's Promise Alliance and rated among the 100 Best Places to Live by Money Magazine."
Dopp Park is located by Waukesha Memorial Hospital. At a high elevation in the city, it has a skyline view of…More downtown Waukesha.
Dopp Park has a playground, two softball fields and a picnic shelter.
City of Waukesha: Department of Public Works 130 Delafield St, Waukesha, WI53188 The Public Works Department is home to the Engineering Department, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Municipal Garage,…More Waukesha Metro Transit and Parking Utility. The Public Works Department clears the roads from snow and ice in the winter, fills potholes in the spring and summer and is responsible for leaf collection in the fall. The current director is Fred Abadi.
Waukesha Memorial Hospital 725 American Ave, Waukesha, WI53188 Waukesha Memorial Hospital is an icon of the city, as the ProHealth Care blue emblem can be seen from many locations…More throughout Waukesha. The facility is a full-service hospital with an emergency room. Services cover a wide range of health issues and include diagnostics, birthing, general surgery, integrative medicine, rehabilitation, nutrition, wellness and much more. Visit the website for a complete list of services.
Waukesha Metro Transit 2311 Badger Dr, Waukesha, WI53188 The Badger Drive location is strictly an administrative and operations facility for the downtown WMT station and buses…More for the city of Waukesha under the Department of Public Works. The bus garage for maintenance and repair of the WMT buses is located in the same facility.
City of Waukesha Library 321 Wisconsin Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 The Waukesha Public Library carries a wide selection of print, non-print and downloadable materials and provides access…More to additional electronic resources. Voted Wisconsin’s 2011 Library of the Year, it serves nearly 470,000 patrons annually. Patrons can read, use computers, attend programs, check out material, view artwork by local artists and use meeting rooms. The Waukesha Public Library aims to provide a dynamic, welcoming environment for patrons of all ages.