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EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY the Park & Recreation Department is no longer able to process Work Permits for Minor.
The Department of Workforce Development's Equal Rights Division has developed a new online work permit application tool. The Division carefully considered the lessons of the past few years, when pandemic restrictions made it nearly impossible for some minors to obtain work permits and decided to pursue an online application that would be available to the parents of minors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any computer, tablet, smartphone, or similar device. The application improves accessibility for minors who live in rural or underserved areas and eliminates the difficult logistics involved in working parents having to take off work to make a trip to a work permit office.
The application is live now. A parent can access the site using these instructions. (See Below) Payment is made directly to the department through the application, using a credit or debit card or by ACH direct withdrawal. Once the permit application process is complete, the Department mails a paper copy of the permit directly to the employer.
Requirements for employment of minors
Obtain a work permit (Parent/Guardian)
Parents and guardians may obtain a work permit by following the instructions below. Note that parents and guardians are required to pay the work permit application fee at the time of purchase. After the payment has processed the parent or guardian will receive an email confirmation and the permit will be printed and mailed directly to the employer.
Do you have DWD ID and know how to create a permit?
Yes, login to create a work permit No, help me create a work permit
For the employer - permit fee requirement
The employer must reimburse the $10.00 permit fee to the minor by no later than the date of the first paycheck. A copy of the permit will be mailed to the employer.
For more information
You can reserve a Germantown Park Shelter by calling 262-250-4710 or through the online reservation tool available through the Village’s website under the Park and Recreation Department.
Call the number listed above for more information on availability, cost, occupancy, amenities and restrictions.
For all of these issues please call the Public Works Department to report it at 262-250-4721.
Please call the Park & Recreation Department at 262-250-4710 to report any damaged park equipment.
Yes, the Village does use fertilizers and weed killers on Park green spaces. The Village contracts out much of this work. The treated areas are posted as per regulations. If you have specific questions, please call 262-250-4721.
Yes. Please keep pets on and leash and clean up after them. Thank you.
No. Golf is NOT allowed in any Village Park.
Park Passes for Washington County can be purchased through the County Planning and Parks Department either online, by mail, or in-person at either the Planning and Parks Department in West Bend or at the Washington County Golf Course in Hartford. The annual park passes cost $30 for residents of Washington County, $40 for Non-Residents, and $20 for veterans and people over the age of 60.
Day passes are also available and cost $5. These can be purchased the same way the other passes can be and can additionally be purchased at the entrance of the parks.
The best resource is our brochure which includes registration information, policies, and all the course options. The following four pages come from that brochure and are included here for your convenience.