Construction crews are out on School Rd. east of STH 76  until June to fix driveway issues and restore terraces. Please use an alternative route if possible.

Village Clerk


The Office of the Village Clerk is a vital unit of local government that provides an essential link between citizens and their local governing body.  The Village Board appoints a Village Clerk as the custodian of official records and proceedings of the Village Board. Statutory duties include:
  • Maintaining the municipal code of ordinances
  • Conducting elections
  • Administering oaths of office
  • Issuing licenses  
  • Open record requests
  • Notary
Other duties the department performs include, but are not limited to:
  • Public notices regarding resolutions, ordinances, public hearings, and meeting agendas/minutes
  • Web site and newsletter creation and editing
  • Record retention
Fee and Fine Schedule
For the Fee and Fine Schedule, click here.

Notice of Claim/Injury
Claim Form

Board of Review
Board of Review will be held June 19, 2024 beginning at 4pm at the Greenville Fire Station, W6914 Parkview Drive. 
If you have a question regarding your assessment, please contact Accurate Appraisal at: (920) 749-8098.

If you have met or spoken with the assessor and wish to come before the Board of Review, you must complete a Form of Objection and file with the Clerk at least 48 hours prior to the June 19th meeting.  Additional information on the filing the proper form and the Board of Review process can be found in the Wisconsin Department of Revenue's Guide for Property Owners.

If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact the Clerk's office at:  920-757-5151 ext. 1100.

Dog Licensing
All dogs must be licensed after the age of five months.  To download a copy of the Dog Registration Form, please click HERE.
To license your dog, please provide the following:
  • Proof of rabies vaccination
  • Proof of spay or neuter.   
Fee:  $8 - spayed/neutered / $15 unaltered   
The license period is yearly from January 1st - December 31.  Licenses may be obtained beginning mid-December and no later than March 31.  After March 31, a $25 per dog late fee will be assessed.

If you are renewing your dog license when paying your property tax bill, please write a separate check for the dog license and include the items listed above.

Complaints regarding dogs should be directed to the animal control officer for the Village, Vicki Prey: or 920-810-2679.

Operator/Bartender License
Please complete the Operator License Application and return to the Clerk's Office with payment.  A photo ID and completion of Wisconsin Responsible Beverage Training are required when submitting an application.  Please contact the Clerk's Office with any questions.

Liquor/Malt Beverage License
**NEW in 2024**  Impacts of 2023 Wisconsin Act 73 include changes to requirements for retail licenses issued by municipalities.  Nearly all alcohol beverage licensing and permitting forms prepared by the department were updated:
Fees for Fermented Malt/Liquor Licenses

Application for Temporary Class "B" / "Class B" Retailer's License

Cigarette License
Wisconsin law made significant changes to municipal licensing and regulation of cigarette, tobacco and vapor products, including:
  • Requiring retailers that sell electronic vaping devices to obtain a retail license from their municipality
  • Creating minimum standards for persons to hold a municipality issued retail license
  • Requiring municipalities to use a retail license application form created by DOR                                                                                                               
To apply for a Cigarette License, complete forms:
Display Application
Vendor Application

Keeping of Fowl

and Charitable Solicitation
Commercial Solicitation
Charitable Solicitation

Mobile Home Park

Mobile Home Park Application