The City of Kiel Welcomes You!

Kiel, Wisconsin (pop. 3,901) is a thriving community in Eastern Wisconsin that prides itself on progress while maintaining the values of small town living.

This site is designed to assist you in finding information regarding the City of Kiel. On this site are meeting notices, job opportunities, meeting minutes, city ordinances and information about contacts within the various departments of Kiel city government.
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Community News Updates...

City of Kiel Takes Precautionary Measures to Mitigate COVID-19 Exposure:
The City of Kiel is taking proactive steps to protect the health of the public by taking actions to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The steps will have an impact on how the city serves the public, but they are taken in the interest of protecting the health of everyone in the City of Kiel.
Mike Steinhardt, Mayor of Kiel signed a Declaration of Emergency putting in place the following actions which are effective immediately and will continue until further notice:

Kiel Public Library will close starting March 19, 2020.

Kiel Utilities is closed for walk-in payment service.
Bill payment options:
•Drop Box located at Kiel City Hall, 621 Sixth St., Kiel
•Mail: Send payment to: Kiel Utilities, P.O. Box 98, Kiel, WI 53042

•Phone: pay with your credit or debit card over the phone (877) 885-7968 ($2.99 service fee)

Walk-in payment service at Kiel Police Department is closed. The Kiel Police Department remains open for other public safety-related matters. Payment options for fines are mail at P.O. Box, 98, Kiel WI 53042 or the drop box in the secure outer lobby, located at 619 Paine St., Kiel.

Kiel Municipal Court is suspended until April 28. Notices will be mailed out to anyone with scheduled court appearances prior to April 28.

Use of Kiel City Hall and the Kiel Community Center by third parties is suspended. Meals at the meal site at the Kiel Community Center are only available by home delivery – no pickups or in-person meals are available.

Residents are highly encouraged to vote by mail for the April 7, 2020 election.
• Voters must be registered in order to request an absentee ballot.
• Requests must made in writing, and include a copy of a photo ID and the voter’s address. Requests can be made using the following methods:
o Drop Box located at Kiel City Hall, 621 Sixth St., Kiel
o Mail: Send request to: City of Kiel, P.O. Box 98, Kiel, WI 53042
o Email: Send request to:
o Online: the State of Wisconsin’s absentee ballot request site is:
• The Kiel Community Center will continue to serve as the City of Kiel’s poll location for the April 7, 2020 election.
Other affected City of Kiel operations:

• City of Kiel employees will use social distancing to the greatest extent possible when conducting business with the public.

• First responders may take additional precautionary measures, to include wearing goggles, masks, gloves, and other protective gear.

• Kiel Utilities is suspending non-emergency work in customer homes and businesses.

Parks and trails remain open for use.
The situation remains fluid and subject to change. For more information, “like” the City of Kiel on Facebook for updates, or you can also contact our office at (920) 894-2909.

Please make sure your garbage containers are placed in the terrace and not in the street so that snow may be removed properly.

2020 Bus Trips: Please see the TRIPS tab for a complete list. All ages are welcomed and need not be from Kiel to travel with us.

Memorial Benches or Trees are now available for purchase. For more information please see the Citizen's Information Tab above

Bathroom Closures:
All park bathrooms are now closed until Spring

The City Drop Off Site:
Hours of Operation
The Kiel Drop-off Site is located at 414 Eighth Street and is open to residents of Kiel as follows:
April 1- October 31
          Tuesdays & Thursdays: 4-7 pm
          Saturdays: 9 am - 1 pm
Month of November
          Saturdays: 9 am - 1 pm
December - March


Kiel Ambulance Service - EMS Position (ongoing recruitment):
Works under the direction of the City Fire Department’s EMS Director. The position(s) are part time and hours assigned will reflect part time employment, hourly (nonexempt).

Applications and job descriptions can be found by clicking here.

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