Community Government
 

The City of Burlington has a mayor/city council form of government and a city administrator. The City Police Department has 27 full-time and 4 part-time personnel; the Fire Department has 4 full-time personnel and 49 volunteer fire fighters and is ISO rated class 3. Both city and town benefit from Racine County's 911 emergency service. The City provides the standard services such as street maintenance, snow removal, street lighting and a centrally located library. Water is provided from four wells with a pumping capacity of 5.472 million gallons per day. Burlington's Water Pollution Control Facility was completed in August 1992. The facility was designed to handle an average capacity of 3.5 million gallons of wastewater per day with a peak flow of 7.75 million gallons. Telephone service provided by AT&T and Spectrum. Gas and electrical service is provided by We Energies. The City of Burlington, through a private contract, collects residential waste on a weekly basis. Commercial and industrial users hire private contractors for waste collection.

 

Legislative Information

Wisconsin State Legislature

The Wheeler Report

News and Updates:

Representative Kerkman Summary

Senator Ron Johnson

Redistricting

Assembly Map & Senate Map: http://legis.wisconsin.gov/ltsb/gis/maps/

Meetings:
City of Burlington

Burlington City Council
First and Third Tuesdays
6:30 pm Council Chambers at City Hall
 

Burlington Town Board

Second Thursday 7 pm Town Hall