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
Fourth of July Picnic and Parade
The Annual 4th of July Celebration is a Town tradition. We guarantee that every member of your family will have outrageously fun activities to participate in again this year. The day will kick off with the parade at 9:00 a.m. This is followed by activities such as: *Ice Cream; *the unlimited games for all ages; *corn on the cob; *the Pie Eating Contest; *and the most delicious brats, hot dogs and hamburgers money can buy. All of this food will be sold for OUTRAGEOUSLY LOW PRICES.
Look for the Spring/Summer edition of the Town Tidings for more details and the specifics. Itís the best family value around!
Decorate those wagons, bikes, and floats for the parade. Make sure to be in the Elmbrook Church north parking lot before 8:45 am to get lined up for the parade. It winds east on Davidson Road, then south on Linden Lane into Marx Park. Bring your chairs and candy bags to watch the parade!
Do you like making things happen? Join the 4th of July Celebrations Committee. Volunteer time is minimal and extremely rewarding. New blood means new ideas and better ways to do things. Get involved and make the event even more special.
WHERE: Marx Park
WHEN: Monday, July 4, 2016; 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
2016 Spring/Summer Recreation Guide
The 2016 Spring/Summer Rec Guide is available NOW! Check it our for all your youth and adult activities, teams, and classes including many NEW classes. You can get your Registration Form here online, fill it out, and send it in (or drop off in our after-hours drop box). Enclose a check or pay online with the GovPay service.
Contact the Park & Rec with questions.
The town's mosquito spraying program will resume this week. Please go to the Mosquito Information page for the schedule and additional information.
Lots of activity at the Corners site! Take a look at an aerial video of the site as it moves along to completion.