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    The Village Hall is located at  Main Street and Lannon Rd. , and is generally open Monday through Friday.  The elected Village Board consists of an elected President, and six Trustees. The Village Board meeting is the second Monday of each month @ 7:00 P.M.  The Planning Commission meets the third Tuesday of each month @ 7:00 P.M. The Village maintains the Lannon Fire Department at (262) 251-1130 [or dial 911]  on Main Street .  The Village Hall also houses the Police Dept , call  (262) 251-1930 [ or dial 911].

*Area Code for the Village is 262. Zip Code is 53046

Lannon History (in chronological order)

    Village of Lannon History Pre-Incorporation

    After Incorporation 1930-1959

    Lannon History 1960-1989    

    The 1990's to the Present  

Village Officers Over the Years - listing Village of Lannon Officials over the Years

Incorporation Census

Genealogy Index to Lannon Residents - Past & Present

Lannon and its quarries by Ruth Schmidt 

From quarries to quarrels by Fred H. Keller; Originally published in the Sussex Sun, Tues., Sept. 10, 1996

Lannon Could Have Been "Stone City" - The Village of Lannon had four different names, although two of them existed only as crossed-out suggestions on a post office application. RETROSPECT by Fred H. Keller , Sussex Village Historian; originally printed Sussex Sun, March 16, 2005

Lannon School History Index

Street & Building Scenes in Lannon

Story of Lots 69 &70; and Real Estate Transactions

Lannon Fire Department history and more Fire Department

Baseball, Land O' Lakes, and More

    Schneider Ballpark


    Waukesha County Collections in the Milwaukee Urban Archives.


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