Greendale Historical Society

Preserving appreciation of Greendale, Wisconsin, one of only three American Greenbelt communities.

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Interior Hose Tower Construction is Underway
Interior construction to restore and re-purpose the historic Grounds Building and Hose Tower as a community gathering place complete with public restrooms for the families of Greendale is now underway. Learn More…

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Greendale HIstorical Society board member Kathleen Hart and former society president Sally Chadwick.
NEW:
Landmark Status Brings Tax Breaks to Greendale Home Owners. Learn More...
POSTION STATEMENT:
In June of 2013, the Village of Greendale announced they are considering the demolition of The Old Fire Station and Police Department Building located in the National Historic Landmark District of the Village. Click here to read the position adopted by the members of the Greendale Historical Society.
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Save the Hose Tower:
Make a Donation to
the Legacy and Vision Fund

The Greendale Historical Society, in partnership with the Village of Greendale, local businesses, Greendale residents and friends is spearheading a fundraising campaign to restore and re-purpose the historic Grounds Building and Hose Tower – an iconic 1939 building in the heart of Greendale. We ask you to support in preserving this important piece of Greendale’s history for future generations with a donation to our Legacy and Vision Fund.

Hose Tower Preservation Project
The Society is currently undertaking the adaptive restoration of Greendale’s
Hose Tower and Grounds building into a community gathering space. Learn More...

Our Mission

The mission of the Greendale Historical Society is to preserve and foster appreciation of Greendale, Wisconsin, one of only three American Greenbelt communities.

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