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City of Verona Home Page - City departmental resources, news, and events

Digital Public Library of America - Discover 45,130,539 images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the United States, including digitize local history materials from Verona.

Ice Age Trail Alliance - “The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a thousand-mile-long footpath located entirely within Wisconsin.” A segment of the trail runs through the Verona area.

Recollection Wisconsin-The Verona Public Library’s Local History digitization project is a growing selection of digital materials culled from the physical archives of our Local History Collection."

Verona Area School District - Resources, events, and news for students, families, and community

Verona Chamber of Commerce - “Proactively promotes, supports, and enhances economic growth and community well-being.”

Verona Press - Weekly community newspaper

Verona Senior Center - News, upcoming events, and resources for area seniors

 

Lincoln Street Storm Water Facility

 

Located near City Hall, the Lincoln Street Storm Water Facility will be constructed in 2021. In this video Marty Cieslik covers how the basin will provide storm water treatment for a significant portion of the older part of Verona, which was built before storm water management was identified as a need. He also covers how the basin was awarded a major storm water quality grant from Dane County to help pay for the construction costs.

 

Using Alum Flocculents to Treat Storm Water Ponds to Control Phosphorus

 

The Verona Storm Water Utility has been testing the use of flocculants to treat storm water ponds in Verona. The American Way Pond has been treated twice, once in 2019 & once in 2021. The Silent Street Pond and the Meister Pond were both treated in 2021. The City has used two different aluminum flocculants, Alum (Aluminum Sulfate) and Aluminum Chlorhydrate (ACH). While both are effective at reducing phosphorus levels in storm water ponds, they have different longevities and advantages. Marty Ciesclik, construction manager for the City of Verona Public Works Department, reports on what has been learned so far and where the program is going in the near future in this video.

 

Storm Water Basics - How Is Storm Water Different From Our Drinking Water and Wastewater?

 

Marty Cieslik, construction manager for the City of Verona Public Works Department, provides information on the nature of storm water including how it is different from our water supply and our sanitary water (wastewater). Cieslik provides background information to prepare video viewers to more fully appreciate the subsequent presentations on storm water quality in January and planning maintenance projects in February 2022.

 

City of Verona Water Resources: Where Does Verona's Water Come From and Where Does It Go?

 

We often take our water for granted, but there's more to our water supply than just turning on the tap. Marty Cieslik, construction manager for the City of Verona Public Works Department, will discuss the Sugar River watershed, where our water comes from, and where it goes after we use it. This presentation is an updated version of the same topic presented in January 2021. There will be updated information due to the completion of some projects during 2021. This presentation will provide some background for three subsequent presentations on storm water scheduled for December 2021, January, and February 2022.

 

Storm Water Quality in Verona

 

In order to provide information for future planning, the City of Verona collected water quality data from seven storm water ponds in 2021. Marty Cieslik, construction manager for the City of Verona Public Works Department, summarizes the sampling results, as well as compare results with the sampling effort conducted during 2020. This is the third program in a series of four that focus on the storm water in the City of Verona.