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The Village of Muscoda is accepting applications for full-time and part-time lifeguards for the summer of 2019. Lifeguards must be fifteen 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 noon on March 29, 2019
For training information and age requirements contact Symons Rec Center at 647-8522 or their web site at http://www.symonsrec.com
Alternate Side Parking begins on December 1st and runs through March 1st.
The Village of Muscoda wants to remind residents that Alternate Side Parking begins on December 1st and runs through March 1st. Ordinance 10-1-27 requires persons parking vehicles on Village streets to abide by Alternate Side Parking regulations EACH NIGHT between December 1st and March 1st.
Alternate Side Parking will be enforced between the hours of 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM.
Alternate Side Parking requires vehicles to be parked on the south and west sides of streets (usually odd numbered) on odd numbered dates and the north and east side of the streets (usually even numbered) on even numbered dates. Residents need to remember that the date during the overnight hours of 12:01 am to 6:00 am determines odd or even side parking. Owners of vehicles in violation of Alternate Side Parking regulations will be subject to a $20.00 parking ticket.
During a period of unusually severe winter weather, the Village may declare a Snow Removal Emergency. During a Snow Removal Emergency, parking is prohibited on all Village streets. Residents would be required to find off-street parking until snow-removal operations are declared completed by the Village Superintendent. Residents may use Village owned parking areas such as the lots by: Village Hall, Pierce’s Supermarket, Laundromat, Swimming Pool and Riverside Park. Violations of a snow removal emergency will result is a $20.00 ticket plus your vehicle being towed from the street at your expense. Snow Removal Emergencies are posted on the Village’s website, Village Hall, announced on WRCO and various locations in the Village.
For any questions, please contact the Police Department at 608-739-3144 or the Village Office at 608-739-3182.
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 (Village Information > Village Government)