Welcome to Village of Brooklyn's Public Works Department
Employment Opportunity -
Village of Brooklyn WI (pop 1400) is seeking a full-time assistant director responsible for administrative and daily functions of a small PW Department, 17 miles from Madison. The Village has its own sewer/water utilities, parks, cemetery and community building. Responsibilities include hands-on work, personnel management, policy/procedure development, budgeting, and long-range planning. Good communication skills and the ability to work amicably with a wide variety of people is a must. Successful candidate will have professional public works knowledge, sewer/water utility and supervisory experience. Must have or be able to obtain water and wastewater licenses and CDL. Go to www.brooklynwi.gov to download application and view complete job description. Applications must be received no later than June 1, 2018. Wages of approximately $24 per hour dependent upon qualifications plus state retirement, health insurance and other benefits. Relocation to within ten miles of the Village is preferred. Village of Brooklyn, PO Box 189, Brooklyn, WI 53521 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday - Friday
6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Emergency Only: 608-376-0448
Public Works Laborer
5/8" = 9.25
|First 2,000 cubic ft each month 2.66 per 100 c.f.
Next 2,000 cubic ft each month 2.40 per 100 c.f.
Next 4,000 cubic ft each month 1.50 per 100 c.f.
The cost for a lawn meter is $7.50 per month (non-prorated). A $100 deposit check is required when the meter is picked up at the Clerk's Office. The check will be returned when the customer returns the meter in working condition. The sewer credit will be given and fee assessed when the meter is returned. All meters must be returned to the Clerk's Office by Sept 30th to prevent damage caused by freezing.
Water Hardness Information for Setting your Water Softener
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 water heaters, and on plumbing fixtures such as faucets and showerheads. Many people choose to install water softening devices that reduce the hardness in water. Below are the values need to set your water softener. Please contact Public Works with any questions 608-455-1842.
Grains per Gallon - 18
Parts per Million - 310