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Spring Cleaning!

If your New Year’s resolutions include purging what you don’t use, Helping Hands will have their first recycling event of the year on Saturday, March 2 from 9am to 1pm. Drop off will be in the Village of Spring Grove Municipal Centre parking lot.

Helping Hands Recycling* will have multiple textile recycling events in 2024, they collect nearly everything you want to get rid of with the goal of diverting millions of pounds of items from landfills. See the flyer here for items to donate.

*Helping Hands Recycling is not affiliated with our local food pantry, Helping Hands Food Pantry. Please do not drop clothing items to be donated at Helping Hands Food Pantry.

Our next recycling event will be Saturday, May 18th at Main Street Park during the Farmers Market Event – 8013 Blivin Street.

Inclement Weather

Our Public Works department is working diligently to keep our roads clear from snow and ice. The forecast for today (Friday, January 12) and tonight is showing snow continuing with winds picking up and the temperature dropping.

To report power outages:

To view the power outage map and check outage status:

If you see power lines down, leave the area IMMEDIATELY and call ComEd at:

  • 1-800-EDISON-1

To report trees blocking roadways within the Village limits between the hours of 8am and 4pm, contact the Village Hall at:

To report trees blocking roadways within the Village limits after hours contact non-emergency dispatch at:

  • (815) 338-2144

The Village Hall located at 7401 Meyer Road is a warming center with power and is open to the public between the hours of 8am to 4pm. The Spring Grove Fire Department, located at 8214 Richardson Road is a warming center that is open 24-hours.

Please do not travel if you do not have to, but if you must, you can view continually updated road conditions at:

Village trucks aren’t the only trucks you’ll see on our roads when it snows

Merry and Bright in Spring Grove/Snowman Decorating Contest

Join the Community Engagement Committee at Horse Fair Park on Saturday, December 2, 2023 from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. for its Merry and Bright in Spring Grove (formerly known as Tree Lighting Ceremony). This festive event offers hay rides, kids crafts, hot cocoa and cookies and a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Admission is free, please bring a donation of non-perishable food or toiletry items for the local food pantry.

VOTE HERE! Stop by to judge the Snowman Decorating Contest! We have 20 entries for your to vote for Best Presentation, Most Creative and Funniest Snowman. Click the category to vote! You may vote once for each category!

Funniest

Most Creative

Best Presentation

Holiday Light Recycling

If your holiday lights have lost their twinkle, don’t throw them away – recycle them at the Municipal Centre! Located at 7401 Meyer Road, Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Click here to see which kinds of lights and cords are accepted.

Trunk or Treat

The annual Trunk or Treat at Horse Fair Park  is this Saturday, October 28th from 2:00p.m. – 4:00p.m. Parking will be available in Horse Fair Park and Spring Grove Park.

Prizes will be awarded for best child & pet costumes and best decorated car, trunk or table! Admission is free!

Sign up here to be a trunk-er!

Village of Spring Grove Trick or Treat hours are Tuesday, October 31st from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Document Destruction/Textile Recycling

This Saturday, October 7th from 9:00 a.m. to noon bring your sensitive and private documents for secure, on-site document destruction.

Helping Hands Recycling* will also be on site to collect items such as clothing, small home goods, kitchen items, and toys. See a complete list below of what they will accept.

Helping Hands Recycling collects unwanted textiles effectively diverting millions of pounds of clothing from landfills, they will collect items from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

*Helping Hands Recycling is not affiliated with our local food pantry, Helping Hands Food Pantry. Please do not drop off items to be recycled at Helping Hands Food Pantry.

The event will be in the Spring Grove Municipal Centre Parking Lot located at 7401 Meyer Road.

Oktoberfest, Saturday, September 30, 2023

Join the Village of Spring Grove’s Community Engagement Committee for their second annual Oktoberfest event this Saturday, September 30th from 4pm to 9pm at Horse Fair Park

There will be live entertainment from Die Kenosha Musikanten, German Food from OMA’s cookbook, German beers including a release from Spring Grove’s own Pratt Brewing, Stein Holding Contests, Hammerschlagen, Cabbage Bowling and so much more fun! See photos from last years event.

This is a 21 and older event. FREE ADMISSION! Prost!

This is a cash only event, ATM will be on site.

Final Farmers Market of 2023!

Saturday, October 21st will be our final Farmers Market of the season. Brought to you by the Village of Spring Grove’s Community Engagement Committee, make sure you stop by as we have a couple of new vendors!

Follow the Market on Facebook for vendor spotlights and updates, specials and market reminders.

This years market is held at the Village of Spring Grove’s Municipal Centre located at 7401 Meyer Road.

This weeks vendors are Annabelles Busy Beez, Ascending Lifestyle, Blanton’s Blossoms, Cake Lady of Spring Grove, Crafty Creations, Double Creations, Eureka! Escape Games, Fyrehill Creations, Grammy B’s Sweets, Green Acres Honey Farm, Happy Camper Creations, J3 Jazzy Jewels LLC, Colette Klier, Mija’s Families Foods, Momma P’s Salsa, Natures Feed, Purrrfect Cat Rescue, Rainbow River Acres, Scentsible Country Candles, SEM Illustrations, Temperance Crystals, The Hammstead Farm, Three Gardens, Wildly Rooted Floral and Wonder Farm Earth.

If you are interested in being a vendor, sign up now for 2024 and receive the discounted rate! Single events are available as well. Market runs May through October. Complete the application form here and email to us at info@springgrovevillage.com.

Craft Beer Tasting

Buy your advance tickets at the Village Hall for the Spring Grove Community Engagement Committee’s first annual Craft Beer Tasting Event Saturday, August 5 from 3pm to 7pm. Tickets are $35 until July 31 and $45 at the door.

Nine brewers will be in attendance at Spring Grove’s beautiful Hatchery Park located at 2314 Hatchery Road. Friends of the Hatchery volunteers will be in attendance offering tours of the historic Hatchery Building.

Live entertainment by Amy Rose Music from 3:30pm to 6:30pm, food trucks on site will be 15 Lakes Mobile Bistro and Saylor Mick’s Pizza.

Parking is available at Platinum Terrain located at 7701 Blivin Street.

Independence Day Events

Monday, July 3rd, Bella Cain will be performing in Horse Fair Park at 8105 Blivin Street from 8pm to 11pm, food trucks and drinks available for purchase starting at 4pm. Parking is $15 per vehicle in Horse Fair Park and Spring Grove Park. Food trucks in attendance are: Fork n Fry, Gracies Kitchen, Hernandez Tacos, La Cocina Genoa City, MJ’s Coffee, RBBA selling Burgers and Brats, Tropical Chill, Wisconsin Style BBQ, Your Sisters Tomato. Don’t forget to stop at Pratt Brewing’s tent and try some suds from Spring Grove’s first Brewery!

Tuesday, July 4th the parade begins at noon from the area of Highview and Winn Roads and proceeds to Horse Fair Park. The festivities end with a bang at Thelen Park where Fireworks begin at dusk. Parking in all lots on July 4th is $10. Parking Passes issued for the Parade on July 4th will be honored for the Fireworks show. Parking passes from July 3rd will not be honored on July 4th.

Have a Safe and Happy Holiday!