A Public Information Meeting regarding the reconstruction of the Honey Creek Bridge over County Highway DD at Honey Lake will be held from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17 at the Spring Prairie Town Hall, N6097 State Road 120 (corner of Potter Rd. & STH 120).
Representatives of Walworth County and Ayers Associates (Engineers) will be present to answer questions and address concerns of residents and persons who regularly use the road and will be affected by the construction and road closing.
It’s Spring Clean Up Time! Dumpsters and trucks will be at the Town Garage (corner of Potter Road and Hwy. 120) on Saturday May 13, 2017 from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. There will also be a dumpster and truck positioned at the end of W. Lakeshore Dr. by the beach for use by the residents of the Honey Lake area at the same time. Containers will be provided for electronic items (televisions, radios, computers, monitors and other items that “plug-in”) as well as dumpsters for scrap metal. This is an excellent time to dispose of articles not usually picked up by your waste hauler (ex. TVs, furniture, carpet, appliances, lumber, cans of dried latex paint, etc.). VEHICLE batteries and tireswill be accepted at the Town garage only. NO hazardous materials will be accepted. Please call the Town Hall at 262-642-7477 with questions.
Due to higher costs to the Town, there will be a charge for Televisions and Computer Monitors at $25 each; car tires, $5 each, truck tires, $25 each, and tractor tires, $75 each. These are direct pass-thru charges from our disposal company.
Mt. Hope Cemetery is located at W698 Spring Prairie Road. The Town became responsible for the Cemetery in 2014 and a number of volunteers have worked diligently to bring the Cemetery back to a place of dignity and beauty and ready to receive new burials. Everyone is invited to a Rededication of the Cemetery on Sunday, June 25 from Noon until 4 p.m. Free refreshments and information on gravesites will be available. Watch our website: www.springprairiewi.com for more information!
Walworth and Waukesha Counties will hold a Clean Sweep for household, yard, and garage chemicals and other items, including fluorescent bulbs in Mukwonago on Saturday, May 20th. Please click the link for all the details!