Public Works

Overview

The Public Works Department includes Water Utilities, Waste Water Treatment Plant, and Streets. 

Payments

The Village of Jackson mails quarterly water bills to its customers.  Payments are due on the 5th of the month following the mailing of your utility bill. Payments may be mailed to or made in person at our Eagle Dr. address, or you may pay by credit/debit card on our website by following the link on our home page.  (There are additional fees for using cards)  We do also have a drop-box located at the South side door of our building. Additionally, we do offer automatic payments from a checking or savings account, as well as emailing of your utility bill.  Applications may be found under the Permits & Forms then Water Utilities section on our home page.  A late fee of 1% per month is charged on the total unpaid balance after the due date. NSF checks will incur an additional $40 charge to your account.

Moving to or from Our Community

Contact the Utilities Department at 262-677-0707, ext. 710.  If you need to leave a voicemail, please be sure to leave your phone number so that you may be contacted.

Yard Waste Site

Residents interested in utilizing the Village Yard Waste Site can do so by obtaining an access card at the Public Works and Building Inspection facility located at W194N16660 Eagle Drive. The Yard Waste Site is open daily from 7am to 7pm, April 1st thru December 1st, weather dependent.

Grass Clippings

Grass Clippings are an abundant, free source of nutrients. By leaving clippings on the lawn after mowing, you're adding nutrients (especially nitrogen) to the soil and stimulating biological activity. Research has shown that leaving short clippings (1/2 inch or less) can supply up to 40% of a lawn's annual fertilizer needs. If you find that your clippings are thick, wet, and smothering the lawn, it's best to rake them up and compost them. But, if you use a lawn mower that turns the clippings into fine bits, much of your fertilization is done when you mow! Just be sure to mow regularly (so you remove only 1/3 of the blade's length) and keep your mower blades sharp. Supplement the clippings with a slow-release, granular fertilizer.

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