A fish tale by Rob Bowe

A link to Rob's story has been added to the History page.


Click on the COVID-19 tab for more information.


 

A link has been added to the COVID-19 tab for DOA WI Emergency Rental Assistance.


Links for ThriveED and WWBIC, two organizations that provide support for economic development and small business loans, have been added to the landing page of the Economic Development tab. Check them out!


A link to a draft of the Dodge County Housing Report, authorized by the Dodge County Executive Committee, has been added to the News & Notes landing page. 


 

The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program that provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households.

Click on the Emergency Broadband Benefit tab under New & Notes on the menu to the left for links to more information about this program.


"The Madison Region Economic Partnership unveils broadband speed-testing tool. The tool will show participants what their current internet speeds are while collecting necessary data for the Madison Region to pursue better broadband infrastructure in the areas as identified."

madisonregion.org

A link to the speed test can be found in the News & Notes menu (on the left) under the 'BROADBAND Speed Testing and more' tab  

 

Take your INTERNET speed test today


See the COVID-19 tab in the menu to the left for Dodge County COVID 19 information and links to resource websites.

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SMALL Business Loans Available from 1%

Home Loans and Housing Rehabilitaion Assistance

Please see Small Business Loans and CDBG (Housing Purchase/Rehabbing) Loans information and applications under the Economic Development tab.


Home Purchase and Repair Loans & Grants

Community Development Block Grant money available: 0% loans are available to owner-occupied households for eligible home repairs, to income eligible tenants for home-buying assistance for down payments/closing costs and to landlords who rent to tenants that are low- to moderate-income.  Click here for information on assistance.

USDA Rural Development has funding available to purchase and repair homes in eligible rural communities. Interest rates range between 1-3.25%. Grants for repairs are also available to income eligible households over the age of 62. For more information, contact USDA Rural Development at 715-345-7611. Additional information is also available at www.rd.usda.gov/wi


 

 

 

Welcome to the Village of Kekoskee website  

What were you looking for that isn't here?  Letting us know will help us create the content YOU need!  Email the clerk with your suggestions or questions.

 

We now have a Facebook page for the Village. If you are active on Facebook check it out! 'Like' , 'Follow', and 'Share' Village of Kekoskee. We will be adding content of community interest as it becomes available.This is a moderated page.