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VILLAGE DEPARTMENTS

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VILLAGE ADMINISTRATOR'S OFFICE (715) 345-5252

The Village Administrator is the administrative head of the Village, and oversees the functions of all departments, and is the primary liason between the Village Board and the Village Staff. The department is also responsible for human resource activities, labor relations, communications, and general government administration. The administrator ensures that all appropriate agendas are prepared for all Village Board meetings, as well as the Village's other Boards, Commissions, and Committees. The administrator is also responsible for promoting the economic well-being and growth of the Village through public and private sector cooperation. To find out more information about this office and its services, click here.

ASSESSOR'S OFFICE (715) 345-5250

The Village Assessor is responsible for the establishment of village-wide real and personal property assessments annually and reports to the Village Administrator. The property assessment functions are carried out in accordance with Wisconsin State Statutes governing local assessment administration. To find out more information about this department and its services, click here.

CLERK'S OFFICE (715) 345-5250

The Village Clerk is responsible for maintaining the Village's ordinances, resolutions, and Village Code, supplying information to Village Staff and residents as necessary, and working on local, state, and federal elections. The Clerk's Office drafts the Village Board agendas, records the proceedings and prepares the minutes for the Village Board meetings. The Clerk is legally responsible for licensing and elections. The Clerk is also a member of the Municipal Board of Review. To find out more information about this department and its service, click here.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT (715) 345-5250

The Community Development Manager administers the Village's growth, economic development, redevelopment, planning, code enforcement, zoning, and DOC, DNR, FEMA grant programs, excluding DOT. Other responsibilities include administrative and professional planning work in directing the Village's planning and community development functions and adminsters the Village's Community Development Revolving Loan Fund. This department also serves as Zoning Administrator and Health Officer for ordinance enforcement purposes. To find out more information about this department and its service, click here.

FINANCE DEPARTMENT (715) 345-5250

The Village Treasurer responsibility is to ensure financial integrity of the Village by timely collection, investment and disbursement of all Village funds; providing accurate and timely financial information to Board members, Village departments, governmental agencies and the financial community. The department also provides proper collection, deposit, and safekeeping of all funds while maintaining the safety and liquidity of Village funds and investing excess Village funds prudently in accordance with adopted investment policies. To find out more information about this department and its service, click here.

FIRE DEPARTMENT (Non-Emergency) (715) 345-5310

The Fire Department is dedicated to preserving life and property for the Village of Plover and surrounding areas as necessary. They provide fire suppression, emergency medical, fire rescue, confined space, and hazardous materials response services. The department also includes a Fire Prevention and Inspection Division and a Residential Rental Property Inspection Division. To find out more information about this department and its services, click here.

GIS DEPARTMENT (715) 345-5250

The GIS Department is responsible for the modernization of land records and land information systems, and the operation and support of GIS data and technology in the Village of Plover. The GIS Manager is responsible for all maintenance, collection, and development of the Village's parcel map, currently at 4000 parcels. To find out more information about this department and its services, click here.

POLICE DEPARTMENT (Non-Emergency) (715) 345-5255

The Police Department is responsible for providing law enforcement services that include responding to and addressing citizen complaints, investigating crimes, and apprehending violators or federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. To find out more information about this department and its services, click here.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (715) 345-5257

The Public Works Department is responsible for the operation and maintenance of all streets, storm water systems, sidewalks, trails, and parks within the Village of Plover. The department also coordinates the design, repair, construction, and maintenance of streets, sidewalks, ditches, signage, parking lots, sewer and water main installation, well house, berms irrigated, lanscaped boulevards, and storm sewer; curbside pick up of yard waste/brush; compost site; cemetery. They also maintain a fleet of construction equipment, and trucks. To find out more information about this department and its service, click here.

WASTEWATER SYSTEM DEPARTMENT (715) 345-5259

The Wastewater System is responsible for the overall efficient and effective operation of the wastewater system and meeting regulatory and permit requirements. The department is also responsible for all general maintenance and construction involving sewer mains, and laterals to the Village of Plover. To find out more information about this department and its service, click here.

WATER SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT (715) 345-5254

The main responsibility of the Water Systems Department is to provide good, clean, drinkable water to the consumers. Field personnel of the Water Systems Department maintain the transmission and distribution system by repairing leaks and main breaks. The metering of water usage is another area of responsibility. The Utility is regulated by the Public Service Commission and must follow the rules and regulations approved by the Commission. Meter reading personnel record this water usage measured on the property owner's meter every three months. To find out more information about this department and its service, click here.