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
There are several job openings in the DPW and Parks Departments for immediate fulfillment. Go to the Employment Page for more information or contact the departments directly with questions.
2018 Spring/Summer Rec Guide
2018 Spring Soccer
KidsSports, a leader in child-oriented sports programming, is bringing its unique Play and Learn (PaL) program to our community. Designed to introduce the game of soccer in a fun, local and convenient environment; our group of highly trained instructors will teach proper soccer skills like dribbling, passing, trapping, shooting, defending as well as other basic soccer concepts. Our program consists of energized age-appropriate skill-specific games followed by organized actual small-sided matches.
For more information on KidsSports, go to their website at www.kidssportswi.com
WHEN: Thursdays, April 20 - May 24
(June 1 make up date)
3-4 years old: 5:10 - 5:50 pm
5-6 years old 6:00 - 6:40 pm
WHERE: Wray Park
Registration ENDS on April 10.
No cleats but shin guards are definitely welcomed. All other equipment will be provided. If you do bring a ball, make sure your name is written on it.
The Registration Form is available online here, at the Town Hall, or inside the Spring/Summer Rec Guide. Payments can be dropped off, put into the Night Deposit box, mailed, or even done online with the GovPay service (service charge will be included).
2017-2018 Tax Returns
Tax returns are an important way that the Town receives federal and state monies. Make sure that your returns are correctly filled out. In the Tax District area of your return, make sure that "Town" is selected. Several popular tax return software programs incorrectly fill this portion out.
"Ranger" Rick Hass passed away January 18, 2018 after 20 years of service with the Town of Brookfield. Rick worked with the Park & Rec Department, the Highway Department and volunteered his efforts to make the town a better place as well.
He was also a town resident and could often be seen at our special events throughout the year. He will be deeply missed for his infectious laugh and ever-present smile. Our thoughts go out to his family and we appreciate the time we had with him.