Delafield-Hartland Water Pollution Control Commission

Meetings

  • 5 p.m.
  • 3rd Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September, and November
  • Commissioner's Conference Room
    416 Butler Drive
    Delafield, WI 53018

Agendas & Minutes

Ordinance & Schedule of Fees

Members

The DelHart Commission is made up of 4 members from Hartland and 4 members from Delafield. Alternates are also chosen from each municipality.

For Village of Hartland members, visit the DelHart Commission page on Hartland's website

  • Tim Aicher, District 7 Alderman
  • Kevin Maples, District 6 Alderman, Alternate
  • Dave Greenway, Citizen Member
  • Erv Sadowski, Citizen Member
  • Shawn Schnabl, Citizen Member

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If you would like to serve on a Board, Committee, or Commission - please fill out an interest form. Common Council is on the application in case there is a vacancy and the Common Council would need to fill the position prior to the next election.

About the Commission

The Delafield-Hartland Water Pollution Control Commission was created on December 23, 1971 by ordinances adopted by the City of Delafield and the Village of Hartland. The purpose of the Commission is to provide wastewater collection, treatment and disposal services for the designated regional service area encompassing such municipalities.

The Commission serves primarily residential users that now make up about 80% of its customer base.  The rest of the Commission’s users about 20% are made up of non-residential entities: commercial, industrial, institutional and governmental.  All of these residential and non-residential users come from the five customer municipalities of City of Delafield, Village of Hartland, Village of Nashotah, Town of Delafield and Village of Summit. The Commission owns, maintains and operates five major pumping stations, one central wastewater treatment facility, which includes one of the five pumping stations, 42,858 feet of main interceptor sewers and about 21,120 feet of effluent sewer that ends in an aeration cascade.

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