Posted on Tuesday March 17, 2020 by Vanessa Lenz

Village of East Troy- Coronavirus Update

The East Troy Village Hall, 2015 Energy Dr., will remain open, especially during the 2020 Election Cycle. However, Village Staff is asking that you utilize its drop boxes (one next to the front door and one located in the parking lot) and the US Postal Service for payments and communications. 



Village Board, Plan Commission, and other committee meetings held during the State of Emergency will be hosted through the Zoom platform.  All agendas will contain the meeting ID and link so public can attend.


The Police Department and Courts are not accepting any walk-in payments.  The Administration and Water/Sewer Utility are asking that walk-ins only be associated with absentee voting at this time.   Payments can be deposited in Village drop boxes outside the building and in the parking lot, mailed via USPS, or made electronically utilizing GovPayNet.  If there are questions every department is available to answer e-mails and phone calls.

If you are registering your dog, you may mail or drop off your documents and payment and the dog tag will be returned to you by mail. 

If residents or businesses need an extension on utility bills due April 6 due to extenuating circumstances, they should contact the utility billing clerk at (262) 684-5479 or


The Village of East Troy is encouraging voters to consider voting by absentee ballot.  Requests can be made online at the address below or email a request to receive an absentee ballot to  with a copy or picture of the photo ID attached.

If you are already registered, visit and request a ballot be mailed to you.  

If you are not registered, you may enter the Village Hall and register in person and vote absentee immediately. (Proof of residency is required for voter registration and Photo ID is required to vote). Hours are M-F, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and until 5 p.m. on Friday, April 3. Monday, March 30 is the last day for mailed and online voter registrations. If you need to register at your current address go to and register today!



"Most of our Election Inspectors are in the 'high risk' categories and I would like to be able to have them 'sit this one out,' explained Village Clerk Lorri Alexander.  "If you are healthy and willing to work the election, please contact me at (262) 684-5478."

There will be training provided (about 1 hour), shifts are from 6:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. or 1:15 p.m. to 9 p.m.  (The afternoon shift is in greater need of additional inspectors.)

"During this time, we remain committed to our residents and community and will do all we can to provide the level of service you expect. We appreciate your understanding and support in the coming days and weeks," village staff said. 


Walk in visits are suspended at this time.  Please contact the building inspector via phone or e-mail at 262-352-4433


Parks are closed under the safer at home order including Lynndale Park, Playmore Park, Francine Pease Skate Park, the Dog Park, and Archery Range.

The Library will also continue to be closed under the safer at home order.

Recreation classes are all canceled and will follow school district closures.


Urban centers are reporting 911 calls associated with these questions.  Instead call 211 for information on COVID or the Safer at Home Order. 

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