The Spring 2019 Election is on the horizon. Nomination packages are available in Village Clerk/Treasurer Office during normal working hours, or you can obtain these forms on our web site under Government/Elections. This site also has general information regarding, Absentee voting, Registering to vote, Accepted forms of identification for voting, Proof of residency, and High School Poll Workers. If you have questions or are in need of more information please contact the Village Clerk/Treasurer Office at 920-994-4852.
The Village of Random Lake is hiring for a Department of Public Works Employee.
The Village of Random Lake will be accepting applications for a Full Time Public Works Employee. The job description and application are listed below.
Interested candidtates must be at least 18 years old and possess a valid Wisconsin drivers license. Candidates will be required to pass a background check, drug screening and physical as a condition of employment. A CDL class B, C and D will be required for employment by may be obtained within 30 days.
This Position reports directly to the Director of Public Works. Is responsible for the operation of a variety of construction and maintenance equipment as well as for performing manual labor activities as needed and/or required by the Public Works Department. The compensation is commensurate with experience and skill. Preference will be made to those candidates who have Municipal Water and Municipal Wastewater licenses.
If you wish to join our team, please email a cover letter along with your resume and completed application to Lynn Coenen, clerk/treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail the Village clerk at Village of Random Lake, 96 Russell Drive, Random Lake, WI 53075.
Applications accepted until the position is filled. Village Employment Application
The Village of Random Lake is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The first snowfall has arrived, which means that the Leaf Vacuum is no longer able to pick up leaves… but don’t fret! The Village Brush Pile will remain open until Monday, November 26th! Feel free to bring your leaves, twigs, and other yard debris down for disposal.
Section 22-7 of our Village Ordinances calls for all dead trees to be removed, we ask that you do it safely if contracting. Please follow the links below to articles outlining 11 red flags that should be spotted with a contractor and what to do if they happen and the top 5 contractor scams and how to avoid them.
Thank you and Happy Tree Removal!
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