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Jefferson Street Closure on Monday, March 30

March 26th, 2015

Portion of Jefferson Street in Two Rivers to be Closed on Monday, March 30, to accommodate continued demolition work at former Hamilton complex

The north half of the 1700 block and all of the 1800 block of Jefferson Street in Two Rivers will be closed to vehicular traffic and parking, as well as pedestrian traffic, on Monday, March 30.

The street closure will extend from just north of the exit drive from St. John’s Church parking lot to the south edge of the Jefferson/19th Street intersection (that intersection will remain open).

The street is being closed to assure safety during the removal of the northernmost section of the former Hamilton office building. This three-story addition, built in the 1980’s, is the portion of the office complex closest to the street.

The street will be closed from early morning until about 4:00 PM.

For more information, click here.

Beach Pavilion Fund-Raising in the Home Stretch

March 10th, 2015

The City and Two Rivers Rotary have joined forces in fund-raising for the new Rotary Beach Pavilion to be erected at Neshotah Beach.

$75,000 in funding has been secured, including a $25,000 naming gift from Two Rivers Rotary. Another $50,000 is needed to move the project forward. The goal is to complete this fund-raising by early April, to assure project completion by Labor Day Weekend of this year, to coincide with the 10th annual Kites Over Lake Michigan.

For more information, click here.


February 19th, 2015

The City has received a lot of inquiries as to the status of the Hamilton smoke stack demolition. A final date has not been scheduled, but the public will be provided with at least two weeks notice via media releases, City website and Facebook postings.

The stack will likely be brought down on a Sunday afternoon, possibly before the end of March. Plans call for explosives to be placed at the base of the smoke stack, with the explosive charge intended to make the stack fall straight east, towards the East Twin River. Designated public viewing areas will be identified on the east side of the river.

Property Tax Bills

December 18th, 2014

Records of Personal Property Bills and Real Estate bills are now available through the website. Please be aware that these are large files, in a PDF format. Long download times may be possible.

To search the files for a specific name or address, once the file is open, press Ctrl and the F key at the same time, then type the name or address in the field that appears. On a Mac, press command and the F key at the same time.

Review Personal Property Bills here.

Review Real Estate Bills here.

City Council adopts new Park and Open Space Plan

December 3rd, 2014

The City Council at its December 1 meeting adopted a new Park and Open Space Plan for Two Rivers, intended to guide development and investment decisions relative to our city's great parks, beaches, trails and public open spaces over the next five years.

Review a copy here.

News and Announcements

Hamilton Demolition Cam

May 16, 2014

Check on progress of demolition at the sprawling downtown Hamilton complex by clicking here http://oxblue.com/open/kaukaunautilities/tworivers Current views of the site are updated every 10 minutes, starting May 19, you will also be able to view time lapse video. Demo cam courtesy of Two Rivers Water and Light.

See it Here


City Manager's Column

April 28, 2015

Tax Credits to Aid $1.6 Million Project at Edgewater Terrace

The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) last week awarded $256,000 in Low Income Housing Tax Credits to assist a planned $1.8 million rehabilitation/renovation project at the Edgewater Terrace Apartments on 9th Street.

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city Manager Greg Buckley

Greg Buckley
Two Rivers City Manager