Village of Crivitz NEWS BLOG

 

Forest Home Cemetery Decorations

Notice is hereby given that all flowers and decorations in the Forest Home Cemetery in the Village of Crivitz must be removed by Tuesday, April 20, 2021.  All flowers and decorations not removed by that date will be removed and disposed of by the Village of Crivitz. ...

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GREG GOCHT RETIRES FROM VILLAGE OF CRIVITZ

After 36 ½ years of employment with the Village of Crivitz, Greg Gocht has retired! He was honored with a small gathering after the January Village Board meeting, where co-employees, board members, friends, families and residents came and thanked him for his many...

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Regular Board Meeting Schedule Change

Regular monthly meetings will take place on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 6:00pm starting in February, 2021. The next regular board meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 24th. This change took place at the January 19th board meeting with the adoption of...

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Garbage Pick-up Changes to Mondays in January!

A 2021 garbage pick up schedule can be found on the Village Facebook page or you may contact the office at 715-854-2030 and request one be sent to you. https://www.facebook.com/VillageofCrivitzWisconsin Garbage will be picked up on Mondays beginning January 4, 2021 by...

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Parks Reopening May 15, 2020

Don Brooks playground and park is now open for public use. Littleland Playground will remain closed to the public for maintenance until Friday, May 22nd. The remainder of Crivitz Community Veterans Park is now open for public use. Restrooms at both parks will not be...

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30 Days to Slow the Spread

The federal government has extended guidance to 30 days to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Please do your part by following these guidelines. Stay safer at home!

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‘Safer at Home’ FAQ’s

For a very detailed list of frequently asked questions about the Governor's 'Safer at Home' order please visit this website Safer at Home FAQs It contains links to other state agencies, such as WEDA and DHS for more information on what is considered an essential...

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