It may seem that after all this time, staying home as much as possible and wearing a mask when we go out in public doesn’t matter, but it does and is important, so, thank you for doing your part. Also, let’s give a shout out to Mr. Eggert, Brighton School Administrator, who continues to engage with his students every day over the internet. You might also see “Brighton Star” yard signs, what a great way to show the pride of Brighton Elementary School. I appreciate the continued updates from both Kansasville Fire and Rescue and Salem Lakes Fire and Rescue. Kenosha County has an informative website and I encourage your to check it out www.kenoshacounty.org/covid-19. Websites www.cdc.gov and www.dhs.wisconsin.gov also provide additional information about COVID-19.

  • There is currently a restriction on burning. Please contact a Board member in person to get updates or visit the WI DNR burning conditions map
  • The Brighton Town Hall is not open to the public, but is staffed and continues office hours. Call 262-878-2218
  • Saturday trash collection continues, however, remember to use social distancing. There have been multiple complaints regarding dumpsters being filled by 10:30 a.m. We are addressing this issue.
  • COVID-19 Testing: There is a free drive through clinic with no appointment necessary at the Burlington High School, located at 400 McCanna Pkwy in Burlington. Their drive through clinic is available to anyone who lives or works in Wisconsin and is 5 years old or older. Open Monday May 11 to Friday May 15 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
  • On May 4, 2020 the St. Iakovos Retreat Center, a ministry of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago, has temporarily converted its facilities into a quarantine site for COVID-19 first responders.

Be safe and stay healthy,

Susan Crane, Town of Brighton Chair