The Village of Kohler is a community of friendly people, charming homes, and diverse cultural and recreational amenities. The dream of developing Kohler Village as a garden/industrial community was conceived by Walter J. Kohler. Walter worked with the prominent landscape design firm Olmsted Bros. to develop one of the nation's first and finest planned communities. Noted landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, designed New York's Central Park and the grounds of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina.




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A depiction of life in 1933 as remembered by the artist. New printing! Unframed 18"x24" prints available at Village Hall. $30 cash or check only + $10 first class shipping to US addresses Send order to: 319 Highland Dr., Kohler WI 53044 (920) 459-3873 At the request of the artist's family, any profist from the sale of this print will be given to the Waelderhaus.

"Kohler Village Remembers"
There are a limited supply of Centennial books still available for purchase. Books can be purchased at Village Hall for $40, cash or check only. Books can also be shipped for an additional charge of $5. For more information, please contact the Clerk-Treasurer's Office.

Government News & Notices

Cross Connection Control (Backflow) Program

25th August 2016

The Village of Kohler is required to move forward with a cross connection control program. WDNR Regulations require every water supplier develop and implement a comprehensive cross connection control program. The contractor hired to oversee Kohler's backflow program is Aqua Backflow, a nationally recognized firm located in Elgin, Illinois. Aqua Backflow can be reached at 847-742-2296 with any questions. Your Village of Kohler contact, Brett Edgerle, can be reached at 920-459-3881. All water customers will be contacted by Aqua Backflow at some point over the next few months to perform a site survey. Inspectors will be surveying your property to be sure that your water systems are protected from existing or potential cross connections.

Highway 28 Construction

1st April 2016

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) Northeast Region is announcing a new website for the WIS 28 reconstruction project in Sheboygan County. The website is now available to the public, see link below. The project is scheduled to start in mid-April and last until October. One-half mile of WIS 28 will be reconstructed through the I-43/WIS 28 interchange (including the WIS 28/Taylor Drive intersection). Ramps at the I-43/WIS 28 interchange will experience long-term closures during portions of this project. The WIS 28 website provides construction details, traffic impacts, detour maps, schedule updates and information for businesses in the WIS 28 project area Read More


22nd March 2016

Brush pickup (tree branches) will be picked up starting Tuesday, March 22nd. Brush must be neatly piled in four-foot lengths. The maximum diameter is six inches. No brush with thorns will be picked up. Thorny material must be cut up and put in the cart with the green lid. Brush not complying will be tagged and not picked up.
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