Door County Municipal News: May 27 – June 3

City of Sturgeon Bay: The Finance/Purchasing & Building Committee meet at 4 pm on May 31.

Town of Baileys Harbor: Effective June 1, Baileys Harbor will have a permanent recycling location at the Green Site north of downtown on Hwy. 57. Advanced Disposal will no longer do the bimonthly collection of recyclables at the Rec Park but will instead have a collection bin at the Green Site available daily. Items for recycling will all be put in the same bin. This is called “single stream” and includes paper, cardboard, glass, aluminum cans, tin and steel cans, and plastic bottles and containers. Signs will be posted at the Green Site where the bin is located for what is allowed for recycling. 

Town of Gardner: Open book will be held at 10:30 am on May 31.

Town of Gibraltar: The town board meets at 7 pm on June 1.

Town of Jacksonport: Board of Review will be held at 9 am on June 4.

Town of Liberty Grove: The town board meets at 7 pm on June 1.

Town of Sevastopol: Open book will be held at 10 am on June 3.

Town of Washington Island: The Town of Washington assessment roll will be open for examination on July 28 in the Rutledge Room in the Community Center from noon to 2 pm. Instructional material about the assessment, on how to file an objection, and board of review procedures under Wisconsin law will be available at that time.

Village of Egg Harbor: The Parks & Public Works Committee meets at 8:30 am on June 1.

Village of Forestville: Registration to participate as a seller in the village-wide rummage sale on June 10 & 11 must be completed by June 3 in order to allow enough time for advertising and map and sign preparation. The registration fee is $10, and proceeds go to the Forestville Park Improvement Fund. The fee includes advertising, a yard sign, balloons and maps showing the locations of all sellers. The maps will be available at the Uni-Mart Gas Station. Find the registration form on the village website,

Village of Sister Bay: The village is excited to announce the completion of reconstruction of our downtown and Waterfront Park. Sister Bay has spent three years under construction with the expectation that these projects will have a useful lifespan of 70 years. Residents, business owners and visitors will experience a 600-foot sandy beach, a dynamic performing arts pavilion named the “Sister Bay Stage,” new 6-foot wide sidewalks, unobstructed views due to the burial of overhead utility lines, widened streets, lots of new parking on and off street, and new street lights. These improvements are intended to spur growth in the community, and a number of project sites are available for enterprising businesses that want to be a part of a growing, vibrant community. The Parks Committee meets at 2 pm on June 1.

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