OPEN SEATS on the VILLAGE BOARD
CONSIDER APPLYING TODAY!
DEADLINE IS MAY 10, 2021
For more information, or to obtain an application form, click here.
ACCURATE APPRAISAL LLC
2021 VILLAGE-WIDE PROPERTY REVALUATIONS
Accurate Appraisal LLC has mailed notice to property owners that an assessor will be visiting the property within the next 60 days to review property characteristics and update property values. These values are used for the purpose of property tax assessment. This result will be a more equitable distribution of property values and property taxes.
Assessors will not perform interior residential inspections. The Assessor will take exterior measurements to verify and update data on the property record.
Please contact Accurate Appraisal if you have questions regarding this process: email@example.com or 800-770-3927.
Dog licenses expired December 31, 2020. The Cleveland Police Department has mailed the owners of unlicensed dogs a reminder to obtain a 2021 license.
To issue a license, the Clerk’s Office will need the dog’s rabies vaccination certificate and the license fee. A copy of each rabies vaccination certificate is kept on file until the certificate expires. So, if you already presented your dog’s vaccination certificate to obtain last year’s license, and that certificate hasn’t expired, you will not need to submit it with the license fee this year.
The cost is $30 to license an unaltered dog and $20 to license a spayed or neutered dog (these costs include the $10 late fee.) Payment can be made on the PAYMENTS PAGE or by cash or check in one of the Village Hall drop boxes. Please leave your telephone and email address so you can be contacted in case the office needs to follow up with you before issuing the license.
The license and tag will be mailed to you. You do NOT need to submit a return envelope.
Call the Clerk’s Office at (920) 693-8181 if you have any questions. Thank you!
YARD WASTE SITE
–OPEN THROUGH NOVEMBER 30–
CLOSED MONDAYS or AS NEEDED FOR MAINTENANCE
FOR USE BY VILLAGE RESIDENTS AND PROPERTY OWNERS ONLY
MASKS ARE REQUIRED AT
VFW AND ALL PARK FACILITIES
PARK BUILDINGS and PLAYGROUNDS ARE OPEN
Village Hall Remains Closed
Appearing in Municipal Court?
Court sessions have been moved to the VFW, 1221 Park Ln.
The Village of Cleveland relies upon the Manitowoc Co. Health Dept. for health services. Monitor the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website and the Manitowoc County website for their recommended responses to the pandemic. In addition, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services provides suggestions to protect your health plus great data on the number of current cases, tests, and patient recoveries in Wisconsin.
The Village Board is watching developments at all levels of government. Its directive to close Village Hall remains in place. Effective July 1, the Village Board opened park buildings and playgrounds. These decisions are visited regularly by the Village Board. Watch this website for updates as the situation progresses.
VFW CLUBHOUSE AND PARK RESERVATIONS
Anyone wishing to reserve a park or the VFW Clubhouse for an event must submit a COVID-19 Maintenance Plan for Public Safety Committee review and Village Board approval. Requests should be placed in the drop box outside the Village Hall front door or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your submittal must be received at least one week prior to a Public Safety Committee meeting, which are held on the first Thursday of each month. The Committee will send it to the Village Board meeting, which are held on the third Tuesday of each month.
Please check the table for filing deadlines: Park/VFW Reservations COVID-19 Plan Filing Deadlines.
All Village business will be conducted via Village Hall drop box, email, mail, telephone, or electronic meeting, except for publicly-noticed meetings of a governmental body.
Village Staff will answer phone calls during normal business hours of 10am-12noon, 12:30pm-4pm, Monday through Thursday.
Contact the Village at 920-693-8181 ext. 101 or email@example.com if you believe your situation requires an in-person meeting.
PLEASE USE ONE OF THE DROP BOXES for all licensing, permits, and payment drops.
PAY ONLINE at www.clevelandwi.gov/payments.
Director of Village Services
Updated July 8, 2020, 8:20am
DO NOT ENTER the Village Hall if you are unwell or have been exposed to someone who is unwell.
PROPERTY TAXES. Property tax bills will be mailed Monday, December 21, 2020. Payments can be placed in a drop box outside the Village Hall or made online on the PAYMENTS PAGE of this website. Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope to receive a receipt. We suggest you include an email address or telephone number in case there are questions related to your payment. Do not combine property taxes with any other type of payment.
UTILITY PAYMENTS. Payments can be placed in the drop box outside the Village Hall front door or made online on the PAYMENTS PAGE of this website. A receipt for a drop box payment will be mailed or emailed upon request. Do not combine utility payments with any other type of payment.
DOG LICENSES. Rabies certificates can be emailed or placed in the drop box. License fees can be placed in the drop box or paid online on the PAYMENTS PAGE of this website. The cost is $20 to license an unaltered dog, $10 to license a spayed or neutered dog, plus $10 late fee if licensed after April 1. Once a valid certificate and fee are on file, the dog license will be mailed to you. Please leave a telephone number or email to reach you if there is a problem with the license materials. Do not combine dog license fees with any other type of payment.
BUILDING PERMITS. Building permit applications can be placed in the drop box, mailed to Village Hall, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Permit fees can be placed in the drop box or paid online on the PAYMENTS PAGE of this website. The approved permit card will be mailed, emailed, or faxed to you. Do not combine building permit fees with any other type of payment.
VILLAGE HALL ACCESS. Call (920) 693-8181 ext. 101 and leave a message if you believe your situation requires an in-person meeting. Leave your name, the purpose for the visit and a telephone number or email address to contact you.
POLICE AND COURT. Police Officers are following their regular schedule to handle emergencies and respond to complaints. Other staff in the Cleveland Police Department and Municipal Court offices are available for non-emergency business by phone, email, or fax. Please call (920) 693-3442 or email email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org. Appearing in Court? Court sessions have been moved to the VFW Clubhouse, 1221 Park Ln.