Town of Brookfield, Wisconsin


The Town of Brookfield is a community of 6,420 people located about 15 miles west of Milwaukee. As you explore this web page you’ll find lots of things to do and see. So if you get a chance to visit Southeastern Wisconsin, please stop by. -Chairman Keith Henderson


COVID-19 Updates


In response to COVID-19, the Town Board has declared a State of Emergency in the Town of Brookfield, which expires June 1, 2020. This declaration is in line with action taken by the Federal, State and County levels of government. This declaration enables Town officials to exercise powers in an expedited manner at the local level in the interest of the health, safety, and welfare of the Town of Brookfield residents, businesses, and employees.

UPDATE: Closures, Cancellations and Service Modifications (Updated May 15, 2020)

Town Buildings

  • All public buildings are open to the public with the exception of the Fire and Police Departments.

Park & Recreation

Municipal Court

  • In-person court appearances will resume on July 2, 2020.  The Court is implementing temporary procedures for our in-person court appearances.  Please see the Municipal Court page for additional information.


  • Residents should call 911 only for life-threatening emergencies. If you need to call 911, tell our emergency dispatchers if you have been diagnosed with or reason to believe you have been exposed to COVID-19.

Yard Waste

Garbage & Recycling

  • Effective May 18, 2020 Advanced Disposal will resume large item collection.
  • Effective March 23, 2020, Advanced Disposal will not collect any trash/refuse or recycling that is not containerized
  • All trash/refuse must be bagged and placed in containers (container shall not exceed thirty-two gallons (32gal) in size, or weigh more than fifty pounds (<50#). loose items will not be collected
  • Recycling must be placed loose in a container or recyclable receptacle clearly labeled as “recycling” (not to exceed thirty-two gallons (32gal) in size, or weigh more than fifty pounds (<50#), excluding plastic bags)
  • Materials prepared incorrectly will not be collected, will be tagged why the collection was not performed, and collection will occur at the next scheduled collection
  • More Information:


Links to Important Information on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Steps we are taking as a Town

Town officials are working closely with the Waukesha County Public Health Department. The Public Health Department is the best source for local information on COVID-19.

The Fire Department, Police Department, other first responders and all Departments in the Town are working to keep the public safe and respond to this crisis.

For more information on orders issued by Governor Evers:


Mosquito Spraying


Please go to our Mosquito Page for more information on the mosquito spraying and the current schedule. Plesae remember that spraying days will be adjusted according to weather.

Park & Recreation Information


Summer Programs

Check back for more information.

Summer registration is a GO! The 2020 Spring/Summer Rec Guide has all the pertinent information but please note there may be some schedule

Registration Forms are available here online or at Town Hall.


Park Permits

Go to the Park Permit page to reserve a park space in 2020.


Cooking Classes

All new Fall/Winter Cooking Classes are posted for you to check out. Go directly to our Cooking Classes page for more information and to register.

New classes for Spring/Summer 2020 are included in the Rec Guide.

Town Calendar



Please note the ordinances, agendas, and minutes are available here online but to contact the Town Hall for final, approved, and legal documents.