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Yes. The installation/placement of any new driveway, walkway, patio, fence, or retaining wall requires a Zoning Permit through the Planning Division of the Community Development Department. This applies to all surfaces, including but not limited to asphalt (traditional or permeable), concrete (traditional or permeable), pavers, and gravel. If the driveway, walkway, patio, fence, or retaining wall is replacing something that is already existing you would want to check with the Planning Division to see if a new permit will be required.
The answer is typically yes, depending on the exact details of the work/project type. Please view the following page for a basic list of permit required items. This list is just a summary and is not necessarily all-inclusive. If there are any question on if a permit is required please contact the Building Inspection Division of the Community Development Department at (262) 679-4145. Permits
There are a few different ways to find out in what Zoning District a property is located:
Please note, if you are located within a subdivision, there may be additional requirement or restrictions relating to fences. Please check with your subdivision and make sure fences are allowed. Just because the City issues you approval of a fence (through a Zoning Permit), the subdivision could still prohibit fences. Any subdivision requires are separate and in addition to any City regulations. Zoning Permit Info & Application
As of October 23, 2014 chickens are allowable on lots less than 120,000 square feet in size with a Zoning Permit for Backyard Chickens. Please view the Planning/Zoning Application page for more details and for a link to the application.
Please contact the Community Development Department if there are any questions at (262) 679-4136.
If you are already a registered voter, please complete Absentee Ballot Application (GAB-121), print the application, and then return it to:
City of Muskego
W182 S8200 Racine Avenue
Muskego, Wisconsin 53150.
To learn more, see the Absentee Voting page.
Please see Special Event Permit and Neighborhood or Small Group Activity Permit.
Fireworks are prohibited without a permit per Section 263-4 of the City of Muskego Municipal Code. You will need to complete an Application/Permit Form.
Contact the court with further questions.
Status of Trails
The City of Muskego has additional rules and regulations along with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources laws. Please see the link for specifics.
See Municipal Code Chapter 343-4 (link below)
The collection site is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and accepts all prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, samples, and pet medications. Thermometers, needles or syringes, inhalers and aerosol cans will not be accepted.
Please see Municipal Code Chapter 191 Article II.
See below link.
See the link for the flow chart.
No water in your house (if you are on a private well, contact a plumber or well company).
A broken service line.