Village offices are open Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
All dogs in the Village of Winneconne need to be registered with the Village by March 31, 2018 to avoid a late fee of $5.00 plus a possible police citation in the amount of $92.50.
The Village Office is open Monday through Friday 8 AM - 4:30 PM and proof of rabies vaccine from your veterinarian is REQUIRED.
Dog licenses cost $10 each or $5 for a spayed or neutered dog.
The water will be turned off for an undetermined amount of time in the area on Twin Harbor between N 6th and N 7th Avenues for crews to repair a watermain break. Watch our website or FB page for updates. If you would prefer immediate alerts sent to your cell phone or email, please click on the "Notify Me" button on this page and follow the instructions. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Just a friendly reminder - no plastic bags in recycling carts. It creates unnecessary waste and they get caught up in the sorting equipment. Thanks!
Small Town Christmas Crusade for Winneconne Children - Channel 26 Green Bay Reports:
In the Village of Winneconne, home to about 2,500 people, it's common to get into some small talk at the local Shopko.
What's also part of the norm is the spirit of giving during the holidays through the Christmas Crusade for Kids.
It's a gift drive, put on by the local police department, just to make sure this community's next generation doesn't lose that spirit.
"I see these children," explained Tiffany Zarling, administrative assistant for the Winneconne Police Department. "I see them in the mornings, I see them when I drive through the community and in the grocery store. They have no idea who I am, but I know that I helped put a smile on their face and made a difference."
"It's not just cops shopping for kids, though. This is truly a group effort.
People throughout the community donate their time, money and gifts," said Officer Adam Kelm.
Everything is purchased by anonymous shoppers who step it up for their neighbors.
"They give us a pretty good list," said Officer Kelm. "Either clothes, toys, stuff for school, shoes, sporting goods, just a whole range of items."
The piles of gifts actually take over the police department's hallways for a few weeks every year.
"The deeper the piles get, the greater you know the community is taking care of each other," said Zarling. "I love seeing it fill up, I love having everything in the way and a little unorganized."
And it's more than just 71 kids who now have a handful of presents to unwrap on Christmas morning. It's a peek into what a small town prides itself on.
"There aren't a lot of places left like Winneconne," said Zarling. "There aren't a lot of small towns where you can still trust your neighbors and there aren't a lot of small towns where people are willing to look out for their neighbors."
The shopping has wrapped up for this year, but the police department is always looking for families to help. If you know anyone, contact them at (920) 582-9944.
Public Notice - Village of Winneconne
Test of Electronic Voting Equipment
Notice is hereby given that the public test of the electronic voting equipment
to be used at the April 3, 2018 SPRING ELECTION. This test will be conducted at the Winneconne Municipal Center, 30 South 1st Street, Winneconne, on TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.
The Public Test is open to the general public in accordance with Wisconsin State Statute
Dog Licenses are due March 31, 2018
Proof of rabies from your veterinarian will be needed at the time you license your dog. The cost is $10 per dog or $5 per neutered/spayed dog. Avoid a late fee of $5 plus a $92.50 citation from the Police Department by licensing your dog before March 31, 2018.
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
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 https://projects.511wi.gov/wis116/ or https://projects.511wi.gov/weeklyupdates-ne/
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