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Send a self-addressed stamped envelope along with payment and proof of residence to the Village of Twin Lakes, PO Box 1024, Twin Lakes, WI 53181 or place in the Village Hall drop box.

Seasonal Launch Passes :

  • Residents: $50 (Seniors: $20)
  • Non-Residents: $75 (Seniors: $30)
  • Multiple-Launch Permit- Application


Send a self addressed stamped envelope along with proof of residence to the Village of Twin Lakes, PO Box 1024, Twin Lakes, WI 53181 or drop off in the drop box.

Grass clippings, leaves, and brush under 6” in diameter can be dropped off at the Twin Lakes Recycling Center (Public Works Facility) from April to November on the following schedule:

Wednesdays 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Saturdays & Sundays 7:00am to Noon

The Yard Waste Recycling Center is located at the Public Works Facility, 800 Burlington Avenue.


Building Inspection Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 pm-2:00 pm.

To schedule inspections contact Building Inspector Justin Border at (262) 877-3700.

Building & Zoning Payments


Visit for information on Voter Registration, Absentee Ballots, and Polling locations.


Dog  Licenses: All Dogs in the Village over five months of age must be licensed annually by April 1 or within 30 days of ownership.

Dog fees are as follows:

Un-neutered/Un-spayed animals $10.00
Neutered/Spayed animals $5.00

Proof of current Rabies Vaccination is required to obtain a license.

Failure to receive a dog license by April 1 will subject the owner to a $5.00 penalty. Duplicate Licenses cost $10.

Applications can be printed off here or may be picked up at Village Hall.


The Village of Twin Lakes Sewer Department urges residents to refrain from flushing anything other than toilet paper. If you’re using items other than toilet paper, please dispose of them in the garbage instead of flushing them down your toilet.

Additionally, it’s essential to consider the potential for sewer blockages. The lateral piping from your home to the sewer main in the road is your responsibility as a property owner. The Village of Twin Lakes owns the sewer main. While the Sewer Department will address blockages in the street sewer main, it’s often caused by residents flushing disinfectant wipes, feminine hygiene products, facial tissues, paper towels, diapers, and similar items. Blockages in the sewer main can result in sewage backups affecting numerous homes. By complying with this request, you’re not only helping yourself but also your fellow homeowners and the sewer department.

Thank you,

Village of Twin Lakes Sewer Department