This is an area for all other electronic forms and services. The forms can be filled in online. Then, print the form and mail it in with any other requirements to the Village of Chenequa.
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Absentee Ballot Application (Fillable PDF)
The Ballot has complete instructions.
Voter Registration Application (Fillable PDF)
Follow instructions on pdf or get started on https://myvote.wi.gov/
Open Record Request (Fillable PDF)
Application for Land Division (Fillable PDF)
Many projects in the Village require a building permit. For specific questions, contact Jacob Lipke.
Bow Hunting Permission to Hunt Form PDF (Fillable PDF)
Goose Fence Application (Fillable PDF)
Goose barrier fencing is permitted from April 1 through November 30 after submittal of a Goose Fence Application and an annual fee of $15.00.
2020 Snow Plow/Sanding Agreement and Liability
To have the Village of Chenequa snow plow and sand your driveway during the winter months, the Village must receive the “Snow Plowing / Sanding Agreement and Release of Liability” along with the $100.00 fee by the last business day of the calendar year. Failure to do so will remove your address from the plowing list, effective January 1, of the new year.
House Check Report (Fillable PDF)
When you are gone for an extended period of time and would like a daily physical inspection of your property, use the ‘House Check Report’ form to provide us with needed information for our inspection. To send electronically, save on your computer and attach it in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Resident Information Form (Fillable PDF)
To help Chenequa Police Department more accurately protect and serve the residents of Chenequa.
Not Guilty Form (Fillable PDF)
IF YOU WISH TO DISPUTE A CITATION, you can enter a plea of NOT GUILTY to the charge by completing and returning the ‘Not Guilty Form‘ to the Municipal Court ONE DAY PRIOR TO COURT. You do not need to appear at your court date. You will be notified within two weeks after your court date of a PRETRIAL CONFERENCE scheduled the following month.