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Terry James to open Lincoln Park Live series Wednesday, June 21

Terry James and the Blue Flames will open the Lincoln Park Live concert series at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 21 at Lincoln Park.

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Kenosha Pops concert June 21 at Library Park

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Peanut Butter & Jam concert lineup set

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Summer movies at two locations

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Velodrome painting slated

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Kenosha Commission on the Arts Seeks Nominators

Commission on the Arts seeks 2017 award nominations

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Arts Awards Design Challenge

Commission on the Arts seeks entries for arts award challenge

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Parade applications due May 26

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Lincoln Park Live Concert Series

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Downtown resurfacing project begins May 22

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Memorial Day waste collection schedule

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Spring curbside yardwaste collection ends

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City offers free shredding Saturday

The City of Kenosha will offer an opportunity for residents to shred documents free of charge from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at three locations.

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Basketball courts closed for resurfacing

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HarborPark path closed during repairs

A portion of the HarborPark path along the lakefront will be closed beginning Monday due to repairs to an overlook area.

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Repairs to streetcar rails begin May 15

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City pool passes on sale Tuesday

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Lakefront Trolley

2017 Trolley Map

The City of Kenosha’s “Lakefront Trolley” is now operating on a route from the Pennoyer Park bandshell on the city’s north side, through downtown and south to Kemper Center.


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Lakefront Trolley begins seasonal operation

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Velodrome closed temporarily for maintenance

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New route for Kenosha parade; applications due May 26

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City of Kenosha Seal

The official municipal seal of the City of Kenosha, Wisconsin.

In 1835, John Bullen established a settlement at modern-day Kenosha at the behest of the New York-based Western Emigration Company. The community was originally called Southport, but became Kenosha in 1850 when it broke off from Racine County.

 

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Spring Curbside Yardwaste Bag and Pickup Information

Spring curbside yardwaste collection begins Monday, May 1 and continues through Friday, May 26.

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Environmental clean-up progressing at several Kenosha sites

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Kenosha Water Utility Reports

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Municipal Golf Course opens Saturday

The Washington Park Municipal Golf course will open for the 2017 season at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 8.

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Two honored at city's Arbor Day program

Judge S. Michael Wilk and Eric J. Olson will be honored during the city's Arbor Day program on April 28.

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Snow Daze Festival rescheduled

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Mayor's Youth Commission Brick Memorial

Brick Memorial Order Form

 


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Kenosha Water Utility Wins American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)

Kenosha Water Utility Wins American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) 2017 Grand Award for Energy Optimized Resource Recovery Project

 

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