Recycling Event August 3, 2019 9:00 a.m. to noon
A recycling event will be held at the WWTP at 610 N. Main St on Saturday, August 3rd from 9 a.m. to noon. Many items will be free to recycle! There is a list available at the Clerk's Office, and the same list is posted at the Post Office and Community Center. Many items, such as cell phones, computers, copiers, dishwashers, dryers, laptops, microwaves, ovens, radios, stoves, vacuums and washers can be recycled for FREE! Some items will require a fee to recycle, such as all TV's, Fluorescent Light Bulbs, Mattresses, Refrigerators and Freezers. Questions? Call the Clerk's Office at 984-3295 or see one of the flyers posted around the Village.
The Lake is open for swimming from 9am to 9pm, however, it is swim at your own risk. There are no lifeguards at the Lake. Please be courteous to your neighbors and do not leave trash, clothing, diapers, etc. on the beach area. Trash cans have been provided outside the lake area, and we ask that you please place your trash in those cans. Also note there are no pets allowed on the beach area, and no fishing is allowed.
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RECYCLING CHANGES (changes effective 9.12.16)
The following items will now require a green label you can purchase from the Clerks office for the following electronic items: $25 per TV 32" or larger; $15 per monitor & TV 31" or smaller; $10 per computer, lap top and printer/scanner/fax machines; $5 per VCR/DVD and mouse/keyboard. Appliance items: $20 per air conditioner, dehumidifier, dishwasher, freezer, microwave,refrigerator, stove, washer/dryer, water cooler/bubbler & water heater.
HELP PROTECT YOUR FAMILY
Outagamie County is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with AtHoc, to implement a new mass notification system that allows citizens to self register for emergency alerts. When an emergency happens in your neighborhood and the 911 center needs to get urgent information to you, AtHoc will ensure you get critical alerts and actionable information. You may also register to receive weather information. You want to be selective on the weather alerts so you are not getting overwhelmed with general weather statements. Some priority selections to consider should be severe thunderstorm warning and tornado warning.
Sign Up Instructions for Emergency Alerts: