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Hydrant Flushing



The City of Mosinee Water Utility will be performing seasonal flushing of water mains and exercising of fire hydrants beginning October 5th, 2020 per the following schedule.

This is maintenance work that is completed twice each year and is in addition to the unidirectional flushing program.

The areas listed below will be flushed during the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Monday, October 5th:All areas east of I39.

Tuesday, October 6th:South of STH 153 between I39 and the Wisconsin River.

Wednesday, October 7th:North of STH 153 between I39 and the Wisconsin River.

Thursday, October 8th: Water Street to 11th St.

Monday, October 12th: 11th St. to Rangeline Road and north of Western Ave.

Tuesday, October 13th: All areas south of Western Ave between Rangeline Rd. and Fremont St.

Some temporary discoloration of water may be expected.

To help avoid problems draw a supply of drinking water before flushing and use as little water as possible during the hours of flushing, especially for laundry purposes.

Some homeowners may also experience low water pressure during the flushing process.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Mosinee Public Works Dept. at 715-693-3840.

Mosinee Police Participate in Click It or Ticket

The Mosinee Police Department to participate in the Click It or Ticket seat belt initiative from June 22 to July 5.

The Mosinee Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin during the Click It or Ticket seat belt campaign from June 22 to July 5.

Despite advances in vehicle technologies, wearing a seat belt remains the most important and effective step motorists can take to prevent being injured or killed in a traffic crash.

Simple actions such as buckling up, watching your speed and driving alert will help prevent many crashes and injuries, while also minimizing impacts on emergency responders and health care professionals.

Currently, Wisconsin’s seat belt use rate stands at 90.2 percent – the highest ever. Still, 44 percent of the car and light truck occupants killed in Wisconsin traffic crashes last year were not buckled up.

As always, our goal is voluntary compliance with traffic laws, but when officers observe violations, they’ll stop and talk with motorists to help ensure everyone is travelling safely and responsibly.

Please wear your seatbelt every time you travel in a motor vehicle.

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Bicycle Safety

With the warmer weather motorist find they are sharing the roadway more often with bicyclist.

Bicycling continues to be a popular form of recreation and transportation. Our community promotes bicycling through the routes and trails provided in the area.

It is important that all of us look out for the safety of bicyclist in our community.

Bicyclists, please keep these tips in mind when riding:

• Always wear your bike helmet to reduce the risk of head injuries. Also consider wearing high-visibility clothing. • Go with the traffic flow. Ride as far right in the lane as is safe and in the same direction as other vehicles. • Obey all traffic laws. A bicycle is a vehicle and you’re a driver. • Stay alert at all times. Use your eyes and ears to detect traffic and road hazards. • Look before turning. When turning, always look behind you for traffic and signal before making your turn.

Motorist can help by watching out for bicyclists.

Be patient when passing a bicyclist.

Slow down and pass only when it is safe.

Do not squeeze the bicyclist off the road.

Allow clearance of at least three feet when passing a bicyclist.

Parents talk with your children about bicycle safety. Make sure they are following the rules. Check their bicycle to make sure it is safe.

Do not allow young children to ride on the street.

It is suggested that children younger than ten use the sidewalk to ride, but parents should determine when their child is ready to ride on the street.

Most of all, make sure they wear a bike helmet.

The Mosinee Police Department normally holds a bicycle rodeo in May or June to promote bicycle skills and safety with our young riders.

This year, due to the concerns with COVID-19, we have elected to not hold the rodeo.

We do have a limited number of small and medium size helmets available free of charge for area children, along with activity books and other materials that promote bicycle safety.

The helmets and materials are available Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM on a first come/first serve basis.

Have fun, stay safe, and enjoy the summer!

Downtown Parking Lot Open For Public Use

The City of Mosinee recently completed improvements to the new public parking lot located on the east side of the 400 Block of 4th Street between Square Park and TDS. The parking lot now provides sixteen parking spaces for easy off-street access to our downtown business district. The parking lot can be accessed from the public alley located off of 4th Street (north end) or Pine Street (south end).

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Next Scheduled Meeting
Thursday, October 29th, 2020


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