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Livingston 

"With the good earth all around"  &  "Where the impossible happened!"

Village Event Calendar  -

Public Information Statement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

COVID-19 Testing Site in Platteville

GRANT COUNTY, WI COVID-19 UPDATE #25

Grant County, WI- A community COVID-19 drive-through testing site will open on Wednesday, June 17 from 9 AM to 4 PM at parking lot 28 on the UW-Platteville campus. The parking lot is located on Southwest Road across from Southwest Hall. Signage will direct participants. Walk-through testing is also available for those without transportation.

This testing site is open to anyone, regardless of residency, with the only restriction that all to be tested must be over the age of 5. Those wanting a COVID-19 test should call 608-723-1604 to schedule a time to be tested. A limited number of unscheduled walk-in openings will be available, so calling ahead will ensure the ability of all to be tested. Testing will be conducted using the nasal swab method and is free of charge. Members of the Wisconsin National Guard and the Grant County Health Department are coordinating this testing site in conjunction with the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and Grant County Emergency Management.

According to Grant County Health Officer/Director, Jeff Kindrai, “Community testing ensures that everyone who wants to be tested can get a test. It also provides a clearer picture of how COVID-19 is affecting our communities. As we continue to find positive cases, we can work to proactively slow the spread of the virus through guidance, education and action.”

Kindrai adds “We appreciate this opportunity to offer our community continued support through this valuable partnership. We’d like to thank UW-Platteville, Grant County Emergency Management, the State Emergency Operations Center, and the Wisconsin National Guard for assisting us in making this testing site a reality.”

-30- Contacts: Julie Durst, Grant County Public Information Officer – [email protected] Jeff Kindrai, Grant County Health Department – [email protected] Steve Braun, Grant County Emergency Management – [email protected]

BIG Garbage day is June 20th

Big Garbage Day is Saturday, June 20th.  Drop off items at the sewer plant from 8:00 am to 11:00 am.


There is a charge for electronics, appliances and tires.  Costs are listed.  Please come prepared to pay.  


If you have any questions, please call the sewer plant at 608-943-6195.



Time to clean out the garage!  


Update on Village Parks

The village parks will remain closed until June 1st. depending upon county and state guidelines. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated as we strive to keep village residents healthy and safe.  

Please regularly check the village website or your email for updates as they occur as we all work through this pandemic. . . . .TOGETHER!    

IRS scam alert

The Livingston Village office has been alerted to an IRS scam.  Scammers are very busy these days.  Please check your email for an detailed alert from the village or go to the link below for more information.


Tax Scams/Consumer Alerts

Annual Spring Big Garbage Day

The Livingston village Big clean up day for May 2nd has been postponed due to the Cornonavirus and will be rescheduled for an undetermined date in June.  Watch the website or your email for alerts of the new date. If you prefer, you can take your items directly to Faherty's in Platteville.


If you have questions or concerns please contact the village office at 943-6800.



 

Garbage/Recycling Pickup

At this time, garbage and recycling pick up will continue as normal, We would like to request that residents place garbage bags out only. No garbage cans.  Recycling should also be bagged (clear bags if possible).  By no longer handling cans and bins, this will potentially help control any inadvertent spread of COVID-19.  All Livingston residents are strongly urged to comply. Thank you!

 

IMPORTANT message from Sewer Department!

As toilet paper is sold out in our area, we are here to remind you to ONLY flush toilet paper down the toilet!!! Just because something seems similar to toilet paper, it does NOT mean it will break down properly in your pipes.  Save yourself the money and the headache of home plumbing problems.  If you have any questions, please call Gary at the sewer plant at 608-943-6195!    

- Village News -

Click on the "Community" tab at the top of the page and it will take you to a variety of helpful Village links!

Pay your bill online!   Click on the "More" tab at the top to find out how fast and easy it is to pay your utility bill

LIVINGSTON/CLIFTON FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS A NEW WEBSITE! CLINK ON THE LINK BELOW TO TAKE YOU TO THEIR WEBSITE!
            www.livingstoncliftonfiredept.com __________________________________________________
 

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Note: Any Flag Can Be Dropped Off To Be Recycled!

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Alternate Side Parking
November 1  to  April 1

Alternate side parking goes into effect November 1st until April 1st.  

- It goes by where you are parked from midnight-7am, so park on the EVEN numbered side on the EVEN numbered days and ODD side on the ODD days from during the time frame of midnight-7am. 

- Also, no overnight parking in the business district of Center St. during this time frame either.

Note: Cars incorrectly parked can and will be ticketed.

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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 stomach 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. . .
THANK YOU!

10-22-14

Title Banner Photo Credit: Cindy Knutson

WELCOME

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 garbage pick-up 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 and allows you (the resident) to reach out to the community & the community reaching back.

6 - It costs absolutely nothing...guaranteed free!

Village Office Details

Hours: Mondays & Thursdays                8:00am-4:00pm

Address: 220 W. Barber Ave.                  (P.O. Box 90), 

            Livingston, WI 53554

Phone#: (608) 943-6800

Email: [email protected]

** Clerk can be reached via phone/email on Tuesdays & Wednesdays!

220 W. Barber Ave., Livingston, WI 53554

"Village Happenings" Facebook Page (click link below)

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 the Village Clerk (608-943-6800).

Please be informed and safe!  
4-05-14