According to the 2016 Consumer Confidence Report, Brooklyn is well below the maximum level of all contaminants detectable in your drinking water. Well done to our team in Public Works. To see the full report, go to Public Works Department page at www.brooklynwi.gov or for more information call Leif Spilde at 608-455-1842.
Join us for a public information meeting to kick of the planning process to update the Dane County Parks and Open Space Plan. Dane County Parks will facilitate two public information meeting to explain how citizens and stakeholders can participate in the planning process. Please join us: March 30th 7:00 pm Community Center/Town Hall of […]
Tornado Season is almost upon us! Register now to take a Tornado Spotters Class. These classes are open to all Fire and First Response Personnel as well as the General Public. Seating is Limited! Pre-Registration is required for both classes and Classes are Free! Class Objective: You will learn how to correctly Class Instructor: Tim […]
LET’S GIVE A SHOUT OUT TO THE RECREATION COMMITTEE AND TO ALL OF THOSE THAT PARTICIPATED IN THE 1ST ANNUAL ZUMBATHON IN FEB. THEY DID AN AWESOME JOB IN RAISING MONEY TO HELP SUPPORT THE UW CARBONE CANCER CENTER.
Water hardness is measured by the presence of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium in tap water. These minerals originate from the soils our water source comes into contact with as it travels from and through watersheds. These minerals are leached into the water. Hard water can cause some types of scaling in pipes and […]
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