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Sewer Inspection Truck

Village-wide sewer televising project
starts this week

Green Bay Pipe & TV, a contractor working for the village of Thiensville, will be in town for the next several weeks conducting inspections of the village's sanitary sewer system.

The inspections are part of the village’s asset management plan. They are used to plan for future maintenance needs and improvements.There will be no disruption of sewer service. 

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Thiensville Fire Department hosts
Public Safety Day on Sept. 21

Thiensville's annual Safety Day will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 21, in the south portion of the Walgreens lot at the corner of Main Street and Freistadt Road.

A variety of Thiensville public safety equipment, including fire trucks and police squads, will be on display.

Others scheduled to participate include the Mequon Police Department K-9 officer, the Wisconsin State Patrol, Ozaukee County Emergency Management, Ozaukee County Haz-Mat, Gierach's Towing, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Great Lakes K-9 Search and Rescue and the Milwaukee Fire Bell Club.

Flight for Life is expected to land at Public Safety Day at approximately 11:30 a.m., depending on the helicopter's availability.

The Thiensville Fire Department Corp. will conduct a brat fry during the event. Proceeds will be used by the TFD Corp. to purchase equipment for the Fire Department.

Pancake Breakfast Art

Thiensville Fire Department plans
pancake breakfast this Sunday

You're invited to an all-you-can eat pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon this Sunday, Sept. 22, at the Thiensville Fire House, 250 Elm St.

The cost of breakfast is $7 for adults and $5 for children. Each meal includes all the pancakes you can eat, a serving of breakfast sausage and a choice of beverage. Extra sausages are available at three for $1.

Funds raised during the event will benefit the Fire Department.

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Meet Thiensville Police Chief
Curt Kleppin on Wednesday Walk

Thiensville Police Chief Curt Kleppin will lead the next Wednesday Walk on Sept. 25. The walk will begin at Village Hall at 6:30 p.m.

Kleppin, who spent most of his career with the Watertown Police, started as Thiensville's  chief in early January. 

In addition to a walk through the village, participants will get a tour of the Police Department.

As with all of the previous walks, which are organized by the Thiensville Lifestyle Coalition, those attending are encouraged to donate items to Family Sharing. A collection cart will be at Village Hall.

This will be the second-to-last Wednesday Walk of the season. The final event is the "Ghosts of Thiensville" walk on Oct. 9.

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Thiensville Village Market is every Tuesday in Village Park

Thiensville Village Market -- the best farmers' market on the North Shore -- runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Tuesday through Oct. 15.

More than 70 vendors will be in Thiensville's Village Park with a wide selection of locally produced goods. There will be live music during the lunch hour. Village Market is organized by the Thiensville Business Association.

Village Park Reimagined

Giving Tree
Leaf Order Form

The Giving Tree in Village Park has been installed and leaves are being attached.

Click here for more information and the order form.

Thank you for your consideration of donating to our Village Park!

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