Having a large gathering? Consider renting Ledgeview Community Center!
Established in 2018, Ledgeview Community Center was opened in response to a community survey in which residents expressed the desire to have entertaining size rental space.
The following rooms are included in the reservation:
- Community Center Room – Seats approximately 120
- Catering Kitchen – Can either cater or cook food on-site
- Restrooms – ADA accessible
- Lobby Gathering Area – Living room style furniture
- Outdoor Patio – Relax, enjoy the view from the ledge!
Reserve for a four-hour block or the entire day. Bookings are available:
- Friday 4:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. (Midnight)
- Saturday & Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m. (Midnight)
Available to residents and non-residents of Ledgeview 21 years or older:
- Resident $150/4-hour block or $300/entire day
- Non-Resident $300/4-hour block or $450/entire day
- Refundable Deposit
Resident & Non-Resident $500
Beer and wine products are allowed to be consumed on the premises, but not sold. Meaning, beverages may be provided to guests at no charge. The renter assumes responsibility to make sure all alcohol and alcohol related laws are adhered to by guests.
Required Applications and Forms:
Rental Agreement, fees, and deposit is required upon booking. Contact Lisa at 336-3360 ext 105 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book your event today!
The plan is to get the first lift of asphalt down this week and pave any asphalt driveways. Then the landscapers will come in and finish landscaping. Once that is completed the final layer of asphalt will be placed. The landscaping will be done by the end of the month and if need the final asphalt layer will be done under traffic if not completed by August 31.
Receiving a lot of complaints of vehicles going around the barricades, especially in the Oak Ridge Circle and Ledgeview Road Areas. Brown County Sheriff’s Department is aware of the situation and will be patrolling these areas heavily. We understand there’s an inconvenience, but there’s also high risk of someone getting hurt by ignoring them. The barricades are there for safety for not only road users, but for construction workers as well.
Please do not, under any circumstances, move the signage or barricades to the side of the road. Tampering with and/or moving a road closure barricade may result in a citation of up to $300 per Wisconsin Statute Section 346.42.
Please obey the barricades; we appreciate the cooperation.
Due to Memorial Day, trash & recycling will be delayed a day this week. Meaning a normal Tuesday pick-up will be on Wednesday, a normal Wednesday pick-up will be on Thursday.
Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!
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