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Village of Menomonee Falls
W156n8480 Pilgrim Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

The Menomonee Falls government offices are conveniently located in the Menomonee Falls Civic Center. Offices for theMore village manager, school district, public works, police department, engineering, assessment and parks and forestry are located in one place.

The civic center is also home to Municipal Court, which has jurisdiction in all matters involving violations of Village ordinances. Court is held every Wednesday of the month.

Mill Pond Park
Main St & Mill St, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
This small park is a centerpiece of Menomonee Falls at the site of the village's earliest settlement. It is centeredMore around the pond created by a mill dam on the Menomonee River. The mill itself is long gone, but the pond and dam now offer a quaint and picturesque view of village life.
Kiwanis Park
Menomonee Ave & Town Hall Rd, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Originally a small undeveloped open space called Village Green Park, this area was renamed when the local Kiwanis ClubMore provided the funding for its development. It now includes a children's play structure and serves as a neighborhood park for residents of the western section of Menomonee Falls.
St. Francis Episcopal Church
N84w16525 Menomonee Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Located in the south part of the village center area, St. Francis is the only church of the Episcopal faith servingMore Menomonee Falls. Episcopal churches are found mainly in the Americas but are part of the worldwide Anglican Communion. As of December 2010, the St. Francis website is under construction. For information on service times and offered programs, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
Lime Kiln Park
Main St & Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Lime Kiln Park is a reminder of one of the earliest forms of commerce in Menomonee Falls. The village rests atop theMore Niagara Escarpment, one of the few exposures of bedrock in Southeast Wisconsin. The dolomite limestone of this formation was used for building stone and to make lime for mortar, cement and agriculture. The production of lime involved burning and slaking limestone in large wood-fired kilns. The park also offers scenes of the original falls in the Menomonee River that gave the village its name. It's a nice place for a picnic or a stroll.
Taylor Park
Appleton Ave & Mill St, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
The smallest park in the village is a peaceful refuge on a busy street, devoted to the memory of John Taylor, the onlyMore Menomonee Falls police officer to have lost his life in service to the community. The memorial park features a flagpole and decorative landscaping on a sloping knoll near the heart of the village.