Slinger street signs tell a story about the community. Many roads focus on natural landscape, geographic locations, Presidents, and people who sold land for the road.
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According to the Village of Slinger Comprehensive Plan (2017), data was gathered in a series of meetings open to the public between 2003 and 2007 concerning the vision of Slinger (present/future). One of the subtopics discussed was Slinger values. Here is the list that the people involved with the meetings to create a 2007 plan came up with:
Village Values: The values that influence people to remain, take pride in and become actively involved in the community were identified by Community Members during the creation of the 2007 Comprehensive Plan.
▪ We value our great schools.
▪ We value our police department and low crime rate.
▪ We value our variety of local services & shopping choices – post office, public library, supermarket, bakery, etc. ▪ We value our easy access to I-41, STH 175 and STH 60.
▪ We value our local churches.
▪ We value our affordable housing choices.
▪ We value our family atmosphere.
▪ We value our sense of community – people know one another, take pride in the Village, and are involved in local issues.
▪ We value our small town feeling near urban areas.
▪ We value our abundant recreation choices and programs, including skiing and auto racing.
▪ We value our beautiful setting in the Kettle Moraine area with its open spaces, rolling hills, and scenic views.
▪ We value our small-town atmosphere.