image_about_landing.jpgThe Village of Pleasant Prairie is a progressive municipality offering an array of residential, recreational, commercial, and industrial opportunities. The Village strives to provide the best quality of life for our citizens at the most affordable tax rate possible.  The Village Board of Trustees has strived to provide a professionally managed and well-planned municipality that represents a harmonious balance between residential, commercial, manufacturing, conservancy, and agricultural land uses.

image_about_landing_middle.jpgThe Village of Pleasant Prairie offers comprehensive municipal services such as a professional full-time police department, professional fire department that provides paramedic rescue services, engineering and public works, a sewer and water utility, professional office of planning and development, and administrative services for the Village of Pleasant Prairie.



The Village is committed to preserving its beauty by maintaining natural conservancy areas such as Chiwaukee Prairie, a wildflower preserve, and the Des Plaines River Floodplain. Of the 33.64 square miles that make up the Village of Pleasant Prairie, more than 25% is held in conservancy land uses. These conservancy preserves are evidence of the careful balance of rural and urban experiences, providing citizens and visitors to our Village with a rich quality of life.

John P. Steinbrink
Village President

Adopt-A-Highway Program

How can you help make Pleasant Prairie a better place to live? Participate in the Adopt-A-Highway program!

Your efforts greatly benefit the citizens of the Village of Pleasant Prairie and the environment of the region. Adopt-A-Highway is a two-year agreement, which requires each group to clean their road twice a year. All necessary equipment will be provided: bags, safety vests, and a safety training session. In addition, an Adopt-A-Highway sign, with your group's name on it, will be placed at each end of your adopted highway section to acknowledge your group's participation.

For more info call:
Public Works