Learn how to contact the City Attorney.
The City Clerk department oversees elections and licensing.
The Community Development Division is the primary contact for new development and/or redevelopment proposals involving potential residential, commercial, industrial, and community uses.
In the event of a local disaster or emergency, Greenfield Emergency Management will work collaboratively with Milwaukee County Emergency Management.
Greenfield’s Engineering Division is responsible for coordinating the design and construction of City streets and reviews all newly proposed private construction projects.
Learn about tax bill information, sewer bills, and dog and cat licenses.
The City Assessor is a State certified individual who is responsible for setting the value of all property within the City for the purpose of determining the taxable value of real and personal property, upon which is levied property taxes for all taxing jurisdictions.
There are 2 fire stations that serve the City of Greenfield. View photos, read safety tips, and meet the staff of the Greenfield Fire Department.
The Greenfield Health Department provides a variety of programs and services to meet our mission to protect and promote the health of all members of the Greenfield community.
Find current job openings with the City of Greenfield.
The Information Technology area for the City of Greenfield efficiently utilizes City resources to fulfill the computer hardware, software and services needs of the City.
This Division provides a number of diversified services to the City and its residents. Through the enforcement of State and local building codes, we strive to provide a safe living and working environment, as well as maintaining the City’s property values through enforcement of zoning regulations.
Visit the Greenfield Public Library Page.
Learn more about court procedures, payment options for a fine, further information and answers to common questions from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and to contact Greenfield Municipal Court online.
The Department of Neighborhood Services is comprised of four divisions: Engineering, Inspection Services, Community Development and Zoning, and Public Works.
The City of Greenfield Department of Parks and Recreation is committed to enhancing the quality of life of all segments of the Greenfield community through the promotion, development, and maintenance of public recreation and enrichment opportunities, park lands and related facilities, and preservation of natural areas.
The men and women of the Greenfield Police Department are proud to serve the more than 36,000 residents of the City of Greenfield and the hundreds of thousands of visitors to our city each day.
The goal of the Division of Public Works is to care for the public investment in infrastructure and equipment, and support property owners, in a proactive and efficient manner.