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On Saturday, October 13, the Hartland Police Dept. along with the Delafield Police Dept., Chenequa Police Dept. and the Waukesha County Sheriff's Office responded to the Great Midwest Bank for an armed bank robbery.
Did you know that absentee ballots for the Nov. 6 election are available? Registered voters may vote an absentee ballot at Village Hall Monday through Friday, 7:30 am. to 4:30 pm. Or click on the link below to request an absentee ballot be mailed to you.
Officer Luke Joswick has been honored with a life-saving award by Chief Torin Misko. His quick actions and life saving efforts played a critical role in saving a citizen's life when he performed CPR and administered medication at a call on Sept. 9.
The Village Board adopted Ordinance No. 850-18 on Sept. 24 which establishes a moratorium while the Village enacts an ordinance regulating residency and presence restrictions for sex offenders. A copy of the ordinance is available at the link below.
Have all leaves out to the curb by Sunday, November 18. Yard waste, brush or garden waste may be taken to the Recycling/Yard Waste site located at 701 Progress Drive. The schedule and rules for use of the Recycling/Yard Waste site are available ...
The bonfire will be held in the chimney. Experienced guides will lead you along the Ice Age Trail under the moonlight. Please bring flashlights and head lamps. All ages are welcome!
Absentee ballots for the November 6 General Election are now available. Sample ballots may be viewed under Resources at the link below.
Over the next several months, the Village of Hartland is updating its Comprehensive Development Plan and its Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan. With the help of a consulting planner, SRF of Madison, we are taking a close look at Hartland's f...
Learn more about the services and programs offered through the Hartland Public Library.
From books and magazines to research material, our digital library takes readers and users beyond what we have on the shelves.
The library's rich history stems back to the summer of 1897.