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​Public Involvement Comment Form

At the WI DOT public meeting on May 3rd there were comment forms for everyone to complete and return to Bill Bertrand at WI DOT. The WI DOT Stakeholders would like to see which options you prefer for the aesthetics on the bridge. Forms must be returned to Mr. Bertrand by May 13, 2016. Comment Form
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Boat Trailer Parking Permits on Sale Now

The boat launch at North First Street Landing (Fin parking lot) is now open. Don't forget to purchase your Boat Trailer Parking permits. The daily permits will be near the landing, the annual permits can be purchased in person at the Village Hall, 30 South 1st Street,Critters Sports Complex, 700 W. Main Street. or Wolf River Resort, 17 N. 1st Avenue.
Permit Application.

boat landing

Main Street/ HWY 116 Project

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As some of you have probably recently noticed, there are all sorts of stakes and paint marks that were recently placed along Main Street/State Highway 116. These stakes have been placed by OMNNI Associate for the real estate acquisition that is necessary for the Main Street Reconstruction project.  WisDOT has been reviewing impacts that the project may have on each property, and they will be contacting property owners in the future to further discuss impacts.  There are three different types of acquisition for project as follows:

  • Right-of-way acquisition- Areas where additional road right-of-way is required has been marked with orange stakes or paint marks.  These areas are needed to accommodate the proposed roadway and sidewalks.   
  • Permanent limited easements (PLE’s)- There are few locations outside of the right-of-way marked with green stakes or paint marks where there are either existing or proposed drainage structures.  In these locations, PLE’s will be acquired which gives a legal right to enter property to perform any required future maintenance on the drainage structures.
  • Temporary limited easements (TLE’s)- TLE’s of varying width are required throughout the project, and they have been marked with pink stakes or paint marks.  The purpose of a TLE is to give temporary access to property beyond the right-of-way to properly blend the grade of the new sidewalk into the adjacent driveways, yards and parking lots.  TLE’s are temporary and terminate after the completion of construction project.

    We believe this project will be a great success for the community and will improve the quality of the roadway. If there are any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Kirk Ruetten, Public Works Director at 920-582-4381. 


New bins have arrived in the Village.

Trash and Recycable  Bins

Frequently Asked Question:


What do I do with my old garbage cans?

You own them. You can have Advanced Disposal pick them up at your curb on regular collection day. You need to put a sign on the container stating whether it is for recycle or trash.

For answers to any other questions please contact Ann, the office manager at Advanced Disposal. 920-685-6666 or Ann.Neusens@advanceddisposal.com

Where do you walk and bike in Winnebago County?

bike riders
Winnebago County is developing a bicycle and pedestrian plan to guide biking and walking improvements in the rural areas of the County and we need input from residents and visitors! The Winnebago Count Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Wikimap allows users to tell us places where they walk, run and bike and provide details about those locations
Do you have a great route for a ride? Is there an intersection that is always difficult or unsafe to cross? Are there specific barriers to walking and bicycling you encounter? Add them to the map! Click here to provide input

Arbor Day Foundation Names Winneconne Tree City USA

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Winneconne, WI was named a 2015 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management.
To read more click here.