During the 19th and most of the 20th century, this corner lot had a variety of buildings used for stores and for a time, the Village Fire House. By the turn of the Millennium, part of the area was a parking lot, and part empty space. Working together Village Board members, Village Staff, members of the Interlaken Community Action Group and other organizations created the Interlaken Memorial Garden.  

Village Office hours: Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m. to 12 noon and Thursday 3 to 6 p.m.


Village Board Meeting: Second Thursday of the month, 7:00 p.m., next meeting June 19, 2014   Agenda  


Interlaken Police Monthly Report


Village Codes Online The revised Village of Interlaken Codes can be viewed here


Spring 2013 News & Notes this was also included in the April water & sewer billing


Recycling Guidelines updated information, no need to sort your recyclables!


For additional events of community interest see the Community Calendar


village board members

The Village of Interlaken has an elected board with the Mayor and four trustees. Each trustee, and the mayor serve as commissioners for the Departments within the village.


Mayor: Bill Larsen, Police Department Commissioner

Fire Commissioner: Kelly VanRiper email fire commissioner@villageofinterlaken.org

Streets Commissioner: Chris Kempf email street commissioner@villageofinterlaken.org

Water Commissioner: Barb Stewart email water commissioner@villageofinterlaken.org

Sewer Commissioner: Mike Covert  sewer commissioner@villageofinterlaken.org



Are the street numbers for your home or business visible from the street? For your safety and to assist fire, police and emergency assistance please be sure your house or business numbers are clearly visible from the street. If you are unsure of the correct number for your location contact theDPW orVillage Offices.