VILLAGE OF WATERFORD
RFP - Financial Advising Services
the Village of Waterford for Financial Advising
Services in accordance
with the attached specifications.
Interested firms shall submit the following information to the
Village of Waterford, Village Treasurer, 123 N. River
Street, Waterford, WI
53185 prior to 4:00
Wednesday, April 30,
2014. Given the short response
firms are encouraged to provide
much detail as possible in their proposal pertaining
to the firmís capability and
be public information
after contract award.
Village of Waterford reserves the right to reject any or all
proposals, to waive informalities in the proposal process, or to accept any proposal considered most advantageous to the
Village of Waterford.
Proposal forms are available
in the Resources Tab on the left under the "Other" header. Look for the document RFP Financial Resources. Proposals must be submitted on the form furnished.
Lori Peternell, Village
Village Hall will be closed Friday 4/18/14
Over Night Parking
Overnight parking restrictions are year round! Park on alternate sides of the street using house numbers to determine odd/even sides and correspond to odd/even dates (use date after midnight).
An overnight parking fine is $20
and increases to $25 if paid more than 5 days after the date of the citation.
2014 Garbage, Recycling,
and Yard Waste Collection Schedule
Waterford Village Hall
123 N River Street, Waterford WI 53185
Village Hall Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Village of Waterford Court Administration
*New Hours Thursdays - 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Building Inspector Office Hours
Monday & Wednesday 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Building Inspector: Martin Montoya, 262-534-7911
Village of Waterford History
Levi Barnes and Samuel Chapman established the area that would later become the Village of Waterford community on January 1, 1836, when they obtained water power rights on the Fox River. A dam was built and later a sawmill and flour mill were added which became the nucleus of Waterford. The Village developed as a result of the milling activities and got its name, "Waterford" because of its location at the shallow area of the Fox River where horse-drawn covered wagons could cross.
The Village would incorporate in 1906 and the first Village President, William Shenkenberg, was elected during the first election on February 20, 1906. The Village has since grown into a community of nearly 5,400 residents, and offers shopping, industry and recreational opportunities.
It is the mission of the Village Board of Trustees to deliver open and accessible governance to the Village of Waterford.
ATTENTION Owners and tenants of existing commercial buildings located in the Village of Waterford
You are now are eligible to apply for a new Curb Appeal Grant for facade improvements for 50% of your project, up to $5,000.
The application must comply with the Heritage District Design Guidelines.
Grant Applications and the Design Guidelines can be found at: www.absolutelywaterford.org
STARTING UP A NEW BUSINESS?
Are you interested in starting a new business in Waterford? Read A Guide to Starting a Small Business in Waterford to see what resources are available to help get you started!
Racine County has a new option for Affordable Transporation called Racine County Link. Click here for more information.
Property Tax and Assessment Values for the Village of Waterford.
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