The Village of Muscoda is accepting applications for full-time and part-time lifeguards for the summer of 2016. Lifeguards must be sixteen years old. Applicants must have CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard training; proof of certifications must accompany application. Applications are available at the Riverdale High School, online at http://www.muscoda.com and at the Muscoda Village Office, 206 N Wisconsin Avenue, Muscoda, Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and are due by 4 p.m. Thursday, March 3, 2016
For training information and age requirements contact Symons Rec Center at 647-8522 or their web site at http://www.symonsrec.com
The Village of Muscoda is accepting applications for part-time pool cashier / attendant for the summer of 2016. This position will include the sale of pool passes and concessions, balancing cash drawer and some light cleaning. Applications are available at Riverdale High School Office, online at http://www.muscoda.com and at the Muscoda Village Office, 206 N Wisconsin Avenue, Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and are due by 4:00 pm. Thursday March 3, 2016
The Village of Muscoda will start picking up yard waste/compost on Monday, April 6th and continue through October on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of those months. Yard waste must be at the curb or in the alley before 7 am and must be in cardboard boxes, paper bags or containers weighing less than 35 pounds. NO PLASTIC BAGS. Also, DO NOT rake anything into the curb during the spring of the year.
Brush pickup will begin on Thursday, April 30th and continue through October on the last Thursday of those months. Brush must be placed in an orderly manner at the curb or in the alley before 7 am on the scheduled day of pickup.
Reminder: DO NOT blow grass clippings into the curb or street area when mowing.
Muscoda is now part of NextDoor, a private, local social network. Membership is only open to residents of Muscoda. Addresses must be verified, this way you can be sure that your ‘Babysitter wanted’ ad and any other content is not visible to anyone except other Muscoda residents.
On our Nextdoor site, neighbors share community events, recommendations, items for sale/free, crime/safety concerns, ideas about how to make our village better, and more. Please join us to build a better village and neighborhood!
Thanks to donations from Universal Silencer, Richland Medical Center, Golden Living Center and Grant County a permanent drug drop box is now available in the Kratochwill Memorial Building (206 N Wisconsin Avenue) just outside of the Police Department Office. Unused medications should be removed from container, placed in a baggie and dropped in.
Starting in July, minutes (once approved) and agendas will be posted under the Village Information tab – click on link to Village Government