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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
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Wisconsin School buses to Use Eight-Light System

A vehicle approaching a school bus with an 8-light warning system must do the following:

Amber Warning Lights:

This is a cautionary message that the bus is coming to a stop and will soon be activating its RED warning lights. Traffic is allowed to bypass the school bus with care.

Red Warning Lights:

Stop at least 20 feet from the bus and remain stopped until the bus resumes motion or the driver extinguishes the flashing red warning lights.


A vehicle that approaches a stopped school bus that is displaying flashing red warning lights must stop, regardless if the stop arm is out or not. 
Failure to do so will result in a minimum fine of $326.50 and four points.
Eight-Light Bus Warning System.

Where do you walk and bike in Winnebago County?

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
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Main Street/ HWY 116 Project

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. Click here to see what each colored stake means.

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Reminder to Keep Grass Clippings Out of Streets, Gutters, and Storm Drains

The Village of Winneconne would like to remind residents and commercial mowers/landscapers that sweeping or blowing grass clippings or leaves into the street violates Village ordinance 6-2-10 which prohibits putting lawn clippings or leaves in streets, gutters or other portions of the storm water system including ditches and storm drains.The storm water drainage system goes directly into the river and lakes that we all use.