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Sussex Parks and Recreation Department
W240 N5765 Maple Ave, Sussex, WI 53089
The Village of Sussex provides a wide range of recreational, athletic, enrichment, youth, adult and senior citizenMore programs. Its website also includes significant information and participants are also able to register online for facility usage and participation in many programs. The village is well-known for its large number of well-developed park locations and facilities.
Spring Green Park
Clover Dr & Tulip Ln, Sussex, WI 53089
Spring Green Park is located immediately north of the Village of Sussex Public Works Garage and Wastewater TreatmentMore Plant on Clover Drive.
Sussex Village Hall
N64w23760 Main St, Sussex, WI 53089
Though various governmental functions operate out of other locations, Sussex Village Hall is the headquarters of villageMore government. Regular Village Board meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month, starting at 7pm. Village Hall houses the offices of the Village Administrator, Clerk-Treasurer, Building Inspector, Planning Department and more. Tax bills may be paid in person at Village Hall. Requests for access to public records of interest should begin at Village Hall. The village's cable television local access channel (25) is operated from this location, and official notices are also posted for public information and review.
Templeton Middle School
N59w22490 Silver Spring Dr, Sussex, WI 53089
Built in 1969 with additions and remodeling in 1974, 1993 and 1999, the institution serves 6th, 7th and 8th graders andMore is named for James Templeton. Templeton was the first postmaster in Sussex and became postmaster of an area east of the village known as Templeton before it consolidated with Sussex. In 2007, Templeton Middle School was named the Wisconsin Middle School of Excellence in the large school category.