Welcome to the Village of Union Grove website.
Growing Community with Small Town Charm…
We’re ideally located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 45 and Wisconsin Highway 11, only five miles west of Interstate 94.
T-BALL, COACH PITCH & GIRLS SOFTBALL
UNION GROVE VILLAGE DRUM CIRCLE
Come Celebrate life, community, family, friendships and music-making! Sit with us in a circle, playing drums and hand percussion. Facilitator, Scott Cincotta will guide the group in rhythms, rhythms-based activities and games, no experience necessary, all levels and ages welcome, instruments are provided. Donations are accepted. 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each Month at 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. at 3131 67th Drive, Union Grove. For more information please call 262-939-4299
BURLINGTON CLEAN SWEEP
Seven area communities are teaming up to provide their residents a venue to dispose of hazardous waste, appliances, medication, and electronics. With the help of Wisconsin Clean Sweep Grants, the City of Burlington, Town of Burlington, Town of Dover, Village of Rochester, Village of Union Grove, Village of Waterford and Town of Yorkville have collaborated to hold this event on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
If you are a City or Town of Burlington, Town of Dover, Village of Rochester, Village of Union Grove, Village of Waterford or Town of Yorkville resident, you can drop your materials off for FREE. There is a $25 cash fee to ASDA for all tube tv/monitors and a $10 cash fee for flat screen tv/monitors. Payment is required at the time of disposal. You must provide proof of residency with a valid driver’s license.
Enter at the City of Burlington Wastewater Treatment Facility, 2100 S. Pine Street, Burlington.
Saturday, April 28, 2018
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon)
Burlington Wastewater Treatment Facility
2100 S. Pine Street
Burlington, WI 53105
*$25 cash only fee for tube televisions and monitors
*$10 cash only fee for flat screen tv/monitors
Please consider donating non-perishable food or personal care items for local charities.
Please call 262.342.1181 with any questions about the program.
Super Saturday to End???
Started in 1996, by then Village of Union Grove President, Edna Lowe, Super Saturday began in response to a village survey indicating the concern for the safety of children in the community. It was an end of summer event where everyone could get to know their neighbors and focus on children and safety.
The event has evolved and changed over the past 20 plus years but has always maintained it’s children first theme. From entertainment designed for children to the many community participants that include local churches, businesses, as well as police, fire and EMS providers, there has been a tremendous amount of local participation centered around what our amazing community has to offer not only our children but everyone. This event has always been very well attended and has historically taken place in early September.
The event is in need of new chairperson(s) and a committee to pick up the event and continue to make it the great community event is has always been.
Past Chairpersons include Edna Lowe, Village President (1996 – 2002); Carolyn Preston, Union Grove Piggly Wiggly (2004 – 2012); and Gordon Svendsen, Village Trustee (2013 – 2017).
Without a new Chairperson(s) and needed support committee members Super Saturday will not happen in 2018.
Any interested party please contact Gordon Svendsen at: firstname.lastname@example.org