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Tuesday, Aug 4 All Day
Saturday, Aug 8 at 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Tuesday, Aug 11 at 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday, Aug 18 at 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

The Park Preservation committee would like to thank those who are helping us reach
our goal by attending our

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e have a
ways to go. 

If you would like to see new playground equipment by Spring 2015.  Please donate or attend our fundraisers.


County E is OPEN!

Construction is complete!  Thank you those who attended the Dedication ceremony on November 8th. 

Thank you for your patience during construction.
  It was worth it!

Familiar Faces. . . . .

Did you know it takes only three. . . . .three loyal and hardworking employees to keep this village running on a day-to-day basis.  Christina, always eager to help you with a bright smile and confident knowledge of her job.   Clem, if he isn't sucking up leaves these days, he's hardworking at whatever "chore list" he has been handed for the day.  Gary, definitely a man required to wear many, many essential hats to keep this village running smoothly.  Stuff that would make your head spin, or your stomache churn, but he makes it all look so easy. 

PLEASE, take a moment and thank them for all that they do. We have a great team working for YOU. . . .the Livingston residents.  The next time you stop by the village office to pay your water bill.  Say THANK YOU, I appreciate what you do!  Next time you call the sewer plant with a complaint, end with THANK YOU, for listening to me and for your help.  Tell or show them you appreciate the work they do.

We always hear the negatives, lets not forget the positives! 
Cause we positively have the best team!

Christina, Gary and Clem. . .



Attention: Village of Livingston Property Owners/Occupants

This is a general notice to inform all residents that the village will be enforcing Ordinance Section 8-1-6 – Regulating of Length of Lawn, Grasses & Weeds.

The Village Board has received several complaints about numerous properties around the Village that have tall grasses and weeds (including Canadian thistles) that have been allowed to accumulate & re-pollinate on several lots around the village limits.

In an effort to clean up the appearance of our village to potential new residents & businesses the Village Board will be fully enforcing this ordinance. In Section 8-1-6 the Village Board finds that lawns, grasses and noxious weeds on lots or parcels of land, within the Village of Livingston which exceeds eight (8) inches in length adversely affect the public health and safety of the public in that they tend to emit pollen and other discomforting bits of plants, constitute a fire hazard and a safety hazard in that debris can be hidden in the grass, which interferes with the public convenience and adversely affects property values of other land within the Village.

If you know that you are in violation of the above mention ordinance please be aware that this is to be considered your informal notice that you are in violation of the village Ordinance Section 8-1-6. The Village Board will allow all current violators 30 days from receipt of this notice to get their tall grasses and/or weeds cut.

In cases where the owner, occupant or person in charge of the property fails to cut his lawn, grass or weeds as set forth in Ordinance, then, and in that event, the Village will elect to cut said lawn, grass or weeds from the subject’s property and shall charge the expenses of doing so at a rate of Fifty Dollars per hour ($50.00) with a minimum charge of $50.00. Property owners will be billed. If statement is not paid within 30 days the Village Clerk-Treasurer shall enter the charges on the tax roll as a special tax against the said lot or parcel of land.

If you have any questions about this policy, please call the Village of Livingston at (608) 943-6800.

Village of Livingston Board Members,

President: Tom Brown,

Trustees: Kim Loeffelolz, Deb France, Ron Haas, Rosemary Gluege, Ryan Walter, Kyle Richards



Email alerts from the village

Members of the village website are urged to check your SPAM folder frequently to get important alerts and updates from the Village. Sometimes these alerts will go directly to your SPAM folder.  These alerts could effect anything from garbage pickup, community events to crime issues.   An email from the village will have WEBS.COM in the address. 
If you have trouble accessing the website, have questions or suggestions, please contact Deb France at 943-8584.       

Please be informed and safe.  4-05-14
Why should you become a member of the village website?
  1. Once a member, you can comment and participate fully on this site.
  2. Members will be notified by email of any sudden changes in the garbage pickup schedule, street repairs, etc.
  3. You will be alerted to any updates or entries to the website
  4. Your email address will not be made public
  5. Becoming a member, keeps you informed, allows you (the resident) to reach out to the community and the community reaching back. 
  6. Costs absolutely nothing!    GUARANTEED FREE!  

IMPORTANT - You can read and keep up to date on the village happenings, classifieds, etc, but to make a comment or entry you MUST become a member.  

Your Village Board and Employees

  Tom Brown                943-8519

   Ryan Walter             642-2792     
   Ron Haas                 943-8323
   Kyle Richards            943-6190
   Rose Mary Gluege     943-6878
   Kim Loeffelholz         778-4888
   Jeremie Klaas            732-5867

   Gary Stuckey         943-6195 (water plant)
                                341-8244 cell (emergencies)

  Christina Christianson     943-6800

   Betty Schambow      943-6801