Contact the Trustees



The trustees are the residents represenatives and ,along with the President, acting government officials. Trustees are elected for two-year terms, two Trustees are elected each spring. The current status is: Village President: Jeff Bloohm; Trustees: Tim Kemmel, Chuck Dineen, John Pesch, Jeff Westphal.

If you wish to reach an individual Trustee personally for any matter, your welcome to do so. If you prefer, any contacts can be made through the village hall, and will be forwarded to the addressee.

Tim Kemmel 979-8914
Chuck Dineen 583-3066
John Pesch 583-4388
Jeff Westphal 583-4620


   WEST AVE - Vacate   

The Village of Brownsville Board has introduced a resolution to vacate street right-of-way, to vacate entire West Ave. and the west 220ft. of Highland Ave. RESOLUTION (/Resolution - vacate West Avenue and west portion of Highland Avenue.pdf) T..

The Village of Brownsville is seeking proposals for the remodel of bathrooms at the Dale R. Michels Memorial park. Proposals should include material and labor for the remodel of two bathrooms. Additional information may be obtained by contacting th..

The Village of Brownsville will be undertaking a streets project in 2019. View the plans HERE (/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=244458). Along with this project some properties will have improvements made to sidewalks, driveway and approach. These imp..

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