COVID-19 and the Village

    COVID-19 and the Village
    Posted on 05/27/2020
    Following the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision to overturn the Safer-at-Home Order from Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers on May 13, 2020, Kenosha County officials issued a local order continuing the county's regulations until May 26. Read more here.

    Many Village parks and daily operations are still open "as normal." Please see details below:

    Village parks, open spaces, and trails - OPEN
    Parks include Prairie Springs Park, Ingram Park, Rolling Meadows Park, Pleasant Prairie Park, Carol Beach Park, Becker Park, Brookside Gardens Park, Creekside Park, Village Green Park, and Woodland Park.

    Dog Park - OPEN

    Lake Andrea Beach - CLOSED

    RecPlex - OPEN with limited hours
    See RecPlex reopening information here.

    Public Works - Closed to the public but still fully operational.

    Residential Recycling Center - OPEN

    New hours until further notice: Weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    Village Hall - Closed to the public but still fully operational.
    Residents can still apply for the following during the lock-down:
    Dog Licenses
    Employment Opportunities

    Residents are encouraged to make online payments:
    Traffic/Ordinance Citations
    Parking Citations
    *Property Tax
    *Utility Bills

    *payment can also be made by check and dropped off in the Village Hall drop box (located 9915 39th Avenue, to the right of the main doors).

    Village Board and Commission meetings are being held virtually until further notice.

    Municipal Court
    With the exception for May 20 trials and May 27 juvenile citations, “in person” court appearances through June 17 will be replaced by several alternatives.
    If you wish to contest a ticket you may plead “not guilty” not guilty by mail (Pleasant Prairie Municipal Court, 9915 39th Ave., Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158) or e-mail before your court date and you will receive a notice of a pretrial conference at a later date.
    If you want to plead guilty or no contest you can simply pay the citation before your court date, click here. If you can’t afford to pay it now, send a note explaining your circumstances and the judge will review it and respond to you.
    While this should eliminate the need for almost all court appearance anyone who wants to appear at the regularly scheduled time may do so online or by phone.  Instructions for online or phone appearances differ by date:

    May 27 (morning only): Call (646) 749-3122 and enter access code 469-432-925 or go online to:

    June 3: Call (646) 749-3122 and enter access code 831-382-765 or go online to:

    June 10: Call (571) 317-3112 and enter access code 862-779-573 or go online to: 

    June 17: Call (571) 317-3112 and enter access code 645-338-205 or go online to:
    Anyone needing further assistance may e-mail the Court Clerk or call 262.694.8923.

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