Waukesha Grading

Welcome to Waukesha's home for grading, excavating, and trenching  information.

Here are some of the villages and towns this website was created for:

We are dedicated to enhancing the community’s quality of life through efficient, effective and responsive government.

From beautiful park space and pristine lakes to exceptional roadways and renowned public safety infrastructure, Waukesha County government is a critical component to ensuring and maintaining the high quality of life that our residents expect and visitors enjoy.


13600 Juneau Blvd.   Elm Grove   Wisconsin 53122   262-782-6700   262-782-8714 (fax)
A unique community in Waukesha County just west of Milwaukee. Home to about 6,200 residents and numerous businesses. Elm Grove provides a small town environment, with proximity to all "big city" opportunities. Residents and businesses share a community spirit that makes Elm Grove and outstanding place to live and work. Volunteerism and cooperation between government, business and residents continue to allow Elm Grove to grow in the right direction and remain strong.  Call to make sure your next grading or landscaping project is code compliant. 
Pewaukee City Hall, W240 N3065 Pewaukee Road
We like to refer to our City as “the City in the Country”, offering many amenities to our residents and visitors alike. Whether you are visiting our website to obtain specific information about Tourism, City Departments or to learn about the Services we provide, we hope you find our site user-friendly. We welcome you to Pewaukee, Wisconsin!

City living with a touch of country. Check this site when planning grading and landscaping projects on your property.
City Hall located at
3805 S. Casper Drive New Berlin, WI 53151
Ph: (262) 786-8610
Hrs: Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:30 pm

Genesee is rich in history and is unique as it’s made up of five original, independent settlements (trading centers) that were created in the 1830’s and 1840’s by roads, railroads, and water power.

Welcome to the Village of Wales, Waukesha County, Wisconsin, U.S.A. The Village was settled in the 1840s by Welsh immigrants who left us a rich culture and heritage we enjoy today.