Village offices are open Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 

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Winneconne Waterworks will be performing the bi-annual maintenance on the distribution system to include the flushing of hydrants and water mains, weather permitting, beginning at 7:00 a.m. on the following days: October 5th – November 4th

Crews will begin flushing hydrants North of Main Street and East of the River only due to directionally flushing the system.

If weather does not allow, flushing will extend into the following week(s) until completed. Any questions please call 920-582-4381.

Please note pressure loss may occur for brief periods. Similarly, water discoloration may be present. This coloration is not harmful; however, run COLD WATER from your faucets until the water becomes clear.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Winneconne Public Works Department

Road-Closure updates

Another Road Closure in the Village

North 1st Avenue will be closed on Monday, October 2, 2017 and will stayed closed for approximately 15 days. Since N 1st Ave. will be closed temporarily, Riverview Drive between 1st Ave. and 2nd Ave. will be open to two-way traffic during that time.

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Some road closures to report in the Village of Winneconne.

1) South 1st Street from Main Street will be closed until approximately September 29th
2) North 1st Street from Main Street will be closed until November 17th
3) South 1st Avenue from Main Street is now closed permanently.

Construction set to begin on Wolf River Bridge replacement in Winnebago County

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation NE region announces construction of a new WIS 116 bridge over the Wolf River in the Village of Winneconne. 
Bridge construction slated for September 11, 2017 to November 2018.
The existing WIS 116 lift bridge over the Wolf River will be replaced with a new fixed bridge located just south of the existing bridge. The replacement bridge will be at a higher elevation.The bridge replacement project also includes new fishing platforms that will extend out approximately 220 feet from each shore. 
You can find more information and updates at or
If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact Bill Bertrand, WisDOT Manager 920-360-3124 or Charles Karow WisDOT Project Supervisor 920-492-5997
bridge construction schedule
bridge construction drawing
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Notice to Village of Winneconne residents

: The 3rd quarter water and sewer bills were mailed today. Anyone who has chosen to receive their bills by email should have received their bill yesterday afternoon. Payments are due by October 31, 2017. Any unpaid balances will be put on the property tax roll as of November 1st.

President's Welcome

On behalf of the Village of Winneconne Board of Trustees, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our Village website. Whether a newcomer, or life-long resident of the village such as myself, I think you will find the Village of Winneconne a hard place to leave. Ours is truly a wonderful community in which to live and work, and most importantly, a great place to raise a family. Our Village offers natural beauty, neighborly kindness with a peaceful quality of life.

We are proud of our excellent schools and full-service local government, our expanding industrial community, our friendly Village businesses, and our exceptional parks system. We are proudly, the only Village in Winnebago County. We are only a few miles from State Highways 45 and 41.

The Wolf River bisects our Village and the north and south boundaries of the Village are Lakes Winneconne and Butte des Morts, home of the finest Walleye and White Bass fishing in Wisconsin. With over 100 acres of parks and open space, the Village of Winneconne is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. The Village is also home to some of Winnebago County's more prominent Corporate Citizens. The Village downtown is well-known for its shopping and vibrant restaurant scene.

Whether you are looking for something to do or considering relocating, we hope you enjoy our website and return often.

John Rogers, Village President