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New Disc Golf Course

Come check out the new disc golf course at Mayville City Park.  The newly constructed, nine-hole course is free to the public.  No reservations required, just bring your discs!

New Library



Mayville is in the process of building a new library. Please click on the image above to get more information.

Mayville, WI (Dodge County)

• Located on the Rock River, Mayville is the
historic gateway for tourists to the Horicon
Marsh.

• The Gold Star Memorial Trail (GSMT)
connects Mayville to the Horicon Marsh
Education Center and to the state trail
system via the Wild Goose Trail.

• The Mayville downtown hosts an array
of businesses from cigar factories and
breweries, to piano stores and creameries.

• The City of Mayville boasts a combination
of quality employers and a skilled
workforce with highly regarded work and
personal ethic.

• The City of Mayville is a welcoming
community, a community of safe
neighborhoods and affordable housing
with excellent learning and medical
facilities close by, a community with
endless recreational and sightseeing
opportunities. Come see why your future is
here.

Click here to learn more! 


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14
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Welcome to the City of Mayville!

On behalf of the City of Mayville, I would like to extend the warmest of welcomes to all residents and visitors. I encourage you to explore the many possibilities Mayville has to offer.

Mayville’s historic downtown has priceless charm and character with a variety of shopping, entertainment, dining and beverage establishments. If recreation is your thing, our City offers an 18 hole public golf course as well as the 57,000 sq ft TAG Aquatic, Fitness and Recreation Center for your enjoyment. Relax and enjoy the 200 acres of public parks in the City of Mayville.

The spectacular Horicon Marsh neighbors Mayville with miles of trails, bike paths and canoeing opportunities. Visit the million dollar nature center that will amaze you and your family. Birdwatchers can enjoy 307 different varieties of birds that inhabit the Marsh.

Come and enjoy our City and the numerous festival and events we have to offer.

See you around town and don't be afraid to stop and say hello.

Mayor Boelk

Important Notices
Public Notice-Ordinance – 1/18/2022
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Public Notice-Ordinance – 1/18/2022
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Notice-Ordinance – 12/23/2021
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Public Notice-Noncandidacy – 12/22/2021
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Public Notice-Rezone – 12/1/2021
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Final Leaf Pick-up – 12/1/2021
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Public Notice-Spring Election – 11/15/2021
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Notice-Snow & Ice – 11/1/2021
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Notice-Ordinance – 10/26/2021
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Notice-Brush Pick-up November 2021 through March 2022 – 10/26/2021
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Public Notice-Ordinance – 10/25/2021
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Budget Notice 2022 – 10/19/2021
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Leaf Pick-Up – 10/18/2021
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Notice-Rate Increase – 7/13/2021
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Public Notice-Garbage Collection – 6/22/2021
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Public Notice-Weeds – 5/4/2021
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CCR 2021 – 3/9/2021
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Public Notice-Lead – 12/2/2020
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Make it Mayville – 2/12/2019
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Senior Center Brochure – 3/13/2018
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Open Appointments Application – 5/19/2017
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Invasive Species Informational Brochure – 5/19/2017
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Mayville 175th Anniversary Sculpture

Thank you to Rotech for bringing this 175th Anniversary scuplture to life!  

When the city was looking for a way to commemorate 175 Years as a city in Dodge County, Wisconsin the idea of a sculpture emerged with having a focal point in downtown so everyone who visits can see one of the many highlights of our great city and our downtown. The sculpture had to be consistent with our past and present community and uniqueness for the area. Over the last three years the Community Development Authority Committee, Planning Committee, Mayville City Council, Parks Department, Department of Public Works, Engineering and Main Street Mayville discussed and worked on the logistics of the sculpture. The location on Horicon and Main Street was chosen for its downtown location and visibility along with utilization of the green space that has DNR restriction on the piece of land due to past contamination. And then it came to light! We wanted to design a sculpture similar to the “Toronto” sign and we could build it as “Mayville”. Big and bold! The city looked at several sign designers to build this sculpture and the city decided on a local designer “ROTECH” the steel represents the founding of Mayville and its history known for the discovery of iron ore and the smelting plant hence the rustic color of the sign. The 3D effect with spacing represents the industry we have in this city and all the manufacturers with thousands of jobs here in Mayville. The building of the sculpture took over a year to design and build with precise measurements, this also included the rustic color that was used. The city used a local mason Hechimovich Masonry to build the footings and raise each letter in place. Each letter weighs around 600 pounds and stands 6.5 feet high. The length of the sculpture is 32 feet long. To finish the sculpture, it was welded in place and structurally secured.

This sculpture is a gift from the city to the city and a symbol of our existence, hard work and dedication to one another throughout 175 years. I would like to give a special thanks to ROTECH and Hechimovich Masonary for their time and efforts on achieving this great accomplishment. I would also like to thank Main Street Mayville past and present members for their support with this project. I also want to thank the many past and present members of the CDA, City Council and Planning Committee members for their insight with this project and seeing it through. I also want to thank the Parks Department, DPW and the City Staff for the many hours and hard work on this project as well.

Thank you everyone as we wish Mayville a Happy Sequential!!!!!!!!!!!

Mayor Rob

Garbage/Recycling Update

 

The City of Mayville has mutually terminated the garbage and recycling contract with Waste Management as of June 30, 2021.

GFL Environmental will assume the new collection contract as of July 1, 2021. Dates of collection will remain unchanged with trash being collected every Monday and recycling being collected every other Monday according to the schedule.

Waste Management will be collecting old cans starting Monday, June 28th. Please leave garbage and recycling cans at the curb beginning Monday.

GFL will begin distributing new cans starting Tuesday, June 29th. All cans will have a flyer in the inside cover with the collection schedule and information. Depending on routes, new cans may be dropped of in front or back of residence. This does not mean the garbage collection location will change. Place full cans in the location in which they have routinely been collected..

The monthly contract rate will be $13.68 per household unit. Charges will be applied to the water utility bill beginning in August.

Any GFL collection issues can be reported to GFL directly at (920)387-0987. further questions, please call City Hall (920)387-7900 x 1203.

Thank you for your patience.


Video Tour of Mayville

Video Tour of Dodge County

Gold Star Trail

The Gold Star Memorial Trail can be used year-round for running, walking, hiking, biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, improving access to healthy lifestyle opportunities for generations to come.

Mayville Employment Opportunities

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