Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Redgranite Quarry which offers some of Wisconsin's top rated diving opportunities along with fishing and places to have a family picnic. Redgranite has three (3) great parks for family fun. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the Econo Lodge which features comfortable rooms, fine restaurants such as B.R. Diner and Curve Inn Cafe or grab a pizza at Elmer's Place. Subway offers great subs inside of the Shell convenience store and Kwik Trip has fresh food and snacks as well as gasoline. If you like to bowl, enjoy a game or two at Lambeaul Lanes. If you enjoy camping, Pearl Lake Campground is just a few miles north.
Rock Coffee House is a wonderful new business in Redgranite. They serve delicious coffees and teas as well as muffins, sandwiches and salads. Bring your friends to enjoy the uniquely remodeled old bank building with a beautiful view of the Redgranite Quarry.
Leaf and Brush pick-up is scheduled for Monday, October 14 – branches (in reasonable quantities) no larger than 3” in diameter should be placed butt end to the street. BRUSH NOT CONFORMING TO THESE REQUIREMENTS WILL NOT BE PICKED UP. Please have all leaves in bags at curbside.
Neighborhood clean-up of “junk” (large items only) – Monday, October 21 - Please have all items curbside by 7 a.m. No tires, batteries, building materials, tv’s, microwaves, refrigerators or freezers will be accepted. Contact the Village Clerk at 920-566-2381 for referral on collection of excluded appliance items.
Winter Overnight Parking – Pursuant to Ordinance Section 8-1-4, No parking is allowed on Village streets from November 15 to April 15 between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. and State Highway 21 between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.
Sidewalk Snow Removal – Pursuant to Ordinance Section 4-3-8, and snow or ice must be removed within 24 hours after each snowfall.
Buy a Brick Fundraiser
Help support the Labor Day Festival and community improvement projects by purchasing a brick in memory of a loved one, Redgranite Alumni, or anything you might want remembered in stone! A brick also makes a great gift!
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Village of Redgranite