About Us
The Environmental Committee (formerly the Ecology and Solid Waste Committee) is an advisory committee of the Village of Hales Corners, and is comprised of seven citizen members.

The Committee advises the Village Board on yard waste reduction and disposal, environmental protection, and forestry programs. Public awareness is the primary focus.

Current members of the Environmental Committee are Donald Paulus, and Barbara Voss. The Board Liaison is Ken Meleski

Questions? Contact Dan Besson (414-529-6161)

The Committee typically meets at 7pm on the second Tuesday of the month at the James R. Ryan Municipal Building, 5635 South New Berlin Road.

(see the Meeting Room Rouster in the Lobby for exact location)

Meeting Agenda and minutes can be found on the Village of Hales Corners Website.

If you’d like to join us, please fill out a citizen interest form at Village Hall.

Of course, everyone is encouraged to attend our meetings and get involved in one or more of our projects.
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Hales Corners Environmental Committee
Attention Hales Corners Village Residents:

The Hales Corners Environmental Committee (HCEC) has an opening for a village resident member.

The HCEC is a seven person volunteer advisory committee that reports to the Hales Corners Village Board. The purpose of the HCEC is to research and advise the Village Board on a variety of matters, focusing on environmental protection and raising public awareness on environmental issues.

The committee meets one evening (about two hours) a month at the Village Hall. They also plan and implement occasional environmental awareness-related events within the Village. This committee does not require a big time commitment but still has a positive impact on the Hales Corners community.

If you would like to learn more about this team and might be interested in joining, please contact the committee at the link below: