Welcome Our New Village Clerk, Emily Rubenis!: The Village of Cascade is thrilled to announce the appointment of Emily Rubenis as our new Village Clerk! She has been working with outgoing Village Clerk, Kayla Simanovski, over the last month to transition into her new role. We are confident that Emily will bring valuable experience, dedication, and a positive attitude to this important role. Get to Know Your New Village Clerk: To help you get acquainted with Emily, we conducted a brief Q&A to learn more about her background and interests: Hometown: Plymouth, WI (Lifelong resident!) Family: Emily lives in Plymouth with her husband and two children: a high schooler and a college student studying abroad. Their furry family includes two cats and a dog. Professional Background: Prior to joining the Village, Emily spent several years working at a university. Motivated by a desire for a new challenge, she was excited to discover this opportunity in Cascade. Hobbies & Interests: In her free time, Emily enjoys reading, hiking/walking, baking, and indulging in good movies. When spending time with loved ones, game nights and puzzles are a favorite activity. Looking Forward: Emily is eager to be part of the vibrant Cascade community and has already been warmly welcomed by residents and staff. She is excited about this new opportunity and the chance to serve the Village. Please join us in welcoming Emily Rubenis to the Village of Cascade! Additional Information: You can reach Emily at [email protected] or by calling 920-528-8642. We believe that Emily will be a valuable asset to our community, and we look forward to her contributions in the years to come.

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Cascade Police Community Engagement Page

The Cascade Police Department recently started a community engagement page, which can be found at the following address: https://cityprotect.com/agency/capd. From this webpage, you can file a police report, request records, file a non-emergency police request and submit a tip to Crimestoppers. There will also be a crime map in place in the near future where you can see some of the activity that is taking place throughout the community.

City Protect also allows citizens to register cameras. If you have a Ring doorbell or exterior cameras that capture activity, you can register them on their page, if you wish. If the Cascade Police Department has a call in or around your house, they will be notified that your camera may have caught information or images relating to the incident. They would then reach out to you and ask if you would give a copy of the footage. Registering a camera only documents its existence and you are not providing any footage or links to view from the registration page. For any further questions please reach out to Chief Jason Liermann at [email protected] or 920-838-4311.