Government

Government


In 2017, the Village Board adopted a long term goal for the Village, a Vision statement of how they saw the Village looking in ten years.  That Vision State is as follows:

VISION STATEMENT
A growing community with a diverse economy and quality infrastructure, championed by the people of the village.

To get to the goal of the Vision Statement, the Village Board also in 2017 adopted a Mission Statement.  The Mission Statement is the roadmap for how the Village will achieve the Vision that was adopted by the Village Board.  The Mission Statement is below:

MISSION STATEMENT
To achieve this Vision the Village of Kronenwetter is dedicated to:

  • Promoting economic growth and strategically positioning Kronenwetter for the future,
  • Investing in infrastructure to support a growing community,
  • Building an inclusive and informed citizenry, and;
  • Meeting service demands through high quality customer service, innovation, a positive work environment, and a commitment to excellence.

The Village of Kronenwetter was incorporated under general law and, under a Wisconsin constitutional amendment, has “home rule” powers to determine its own local affairs. The Village President presides over the seven-member Board of Trustees and votes as an ex officio trustee.  Village trustees and the President are elected for two-year terms in spring non-partisan elections.
 
The Village staff consists of Department Heads: Administrator, Village Clerk, Police Chief, Finance Director/Treasurer, Director of Public Works, Community Development Director and Volunteer Fire Chief and the Administrative Support Staff: Administrative Assistant, Water Utility Clerk, Account Clerk and Planning Technician.
 
The Village Board has appointed a number of commissions and committees that it deemed necessary for the efficient operation of the Village.  These include:  Police & Fire Commission, Plan Commission, Redevelopment Authority, Board of Review, Board of Appeals, Administrative Policy Committee, Properties & Infrastructure Committee, and Community Life & Public Safety Committee.  The appointed membership of these committees and commissions consists of both elected and non-elected officials.  On a temporary, as-needed basis, the Board may appoint special committees and sub-committees to meet limited, specific needs.
 
The Village utilizes a number of professional service organizations to support its financial, engineering, legal, and assessment needs.


Kronenwetter Municipal Center (MAP)
1582 Kronenwetter Drive
Kronenwetter, WI 54455