Next Week Non-Metal Bulky Garbage Item Collection (3/26 to 3/29) & Holiday Garbage Collection Schedule
All items should be placed curbside by 6:00 am on your normal collection day. Examples of non –metal bulky items are mattresses, couches, chairs, etc. No electronic waste (televisions, computers). Next metal bulk collection will be next month – April. Note: extra bagged garbage and extra recycling do not count as bulky items. Any questions call (920) 423-3865.
Residential garbage collection will stay the same next week. Businesses who have Friday collection will take place Thursday, March 29th.
Throwback Thursday - Little Chute State Centennial Committee - 1948
Seated; Anton "Casey" Jansen, Village Burgomeister-A.P.Rock, Construction-Ernest Miron, General Chairman of 48'ers-Willard Van Handel, Publicity & Program-Henry Verbruggen, Songster.
Standing; George Van Der Loop, Newspaper Publicity-Frank Hermsen Jr., Parade Marshall Assistant-Mark Lamers, Legion Post Commander, Jacob Coppus 258-Peter C VanDenHeuvel, Concessions-Frank Hermsen Sr., Parade Marshall
Village of Little Chute - 2018 Spring Weight Limits Effective Friday, March 16th
Limits are now effective and will be enforced on the following roads:
Cherryvale Ave. ...
If you have any questions contact the Department of Public Works, (920) 423-3865.
Are you a Little Chute resident but have an Appleton mailing address? We know there are many of you that fit that description. The same applies for those Little Chute residents that have a Kaukauna mailing address as it pertains to the wheel tax. The Village of Little Chute has no wheel tax but our neighbors do. You should certainly be aware of this issue when it is time for your license plate renewal.
Thanks to the Appleton City Hall for this informative post, we appreciate the great information and hope that our residents share this information with their neighbors! Have a great Monday!
We know we have a fair amount of followers in communities around #Appleton. If you happen to be one of them and you get your license registration renewal notice... in the mail and notice the wheel tax for Appleton on it, call the DOT to update your registration. Non-residents aren't required to pay the wheel tax.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Registration for recreation programs (excluding swim lessons) begins TODAY at 8:00 a.m. Families can register online, by mail, or in person at the Park & Rec Dept located on the 2nd floor of Village Hall. Call us at 423-3869 if you have any questions regarding our programs or need help creating your family account for online registration. Below is a link to our online registration software.
Throwback Thursday - American Legion Basketball Team - 1937-38
Top, Bernard Bongers - Orville Bongers - Harold Van Dyke - Peter Wildenberg - Tony Jansen
Front, Ernie Verstegen - Emil Van Dyke - Ralph Wildenberg
Help out Simple Simon Bakery in their quest for Sweetest Bakery in America! They help make Downtown Little Chute a pretty sweet place!
Help Simple Simon Bakery earn the title of "Sweetest Bakery in America" for 2018! It’s a nationwide contest to recognize the delicious efforts of locally bakeries across the United States. Let's win this title, Wisconsin...after all we know our sweets!
Throwback Thursday - St. John Grade School, 8th Grade Class - 1928.
Front; Angeline Brys, Dorothy LaRue, Anges Heesakker, Dorothy Dietzen, Barbara De Groot, Marcia Hermens, Thelma Miron, Evelyn Verstegen & Nellie Jansen. Middle; Marie Welhouse, Nellie Vander Wyst, Josephine Befort, Martha Schommer, Barbara Hammen, Francis Verstegen,
Stella De Bath, Annael Metz and Mary Kempen. Back; Marie Stein, Johanna Weyenberg, Marie Hietpas, Catherine Evers, Mathilida Van Asten, Rose Jansen, Verina Berghuis,
Harriet Ver Voort, Rosella Schumacher, Marie Brys and Catherine Hollen
Thanks to all for your patience on this morning's commute. Here is Truck #2 in action (great driving by Mr. Jason Verbeten!). It seems that the roads are in decent shape as of now but we will monitor for any late snow efforts. Have a great Tuesday!
Photo Credit to Graham Washatka - Thanks Graham!
Please be safe tomorrow morning on your commute! Our Public Works/Parks team will be starting around 0400 to begin working on making sure primary roads taken care of. Be safe and drive with caution! We will update with more information pending what we actual see in terms of accumulation.
Just when you thought winter was over…..
Winter storm Claire is on the way! The snow is expected to start tonight (Monday) and linger until late Tuesday night. ...Projections as of now are estimating 4-7 inches of snow for our area. In addition, fierce winds causing low visibility are expected. Please give yourselves extra time to travel, and do so safely, we know you didn’t forget how to drive in snow already! Also keep an eye on pets and elderly friends/family during the storm.
Congratulations to all winners! We especially want to congratulate Jim and Lynne Geerts on the award, they are so deserving for everything they have collectively done for the community! We are very fortunate to call you residents!
Finally, thanks and congratulations to the Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce team for a great event!
Congratulations to all of our Annual Award winners!
Here are our winners:
Inspiring Person of the Year is Brad Cebulski owner of BConnected, LLC.
The 2018 Em...erging Enterprise award was presented to David Donze, Donze CPA LLC.
The 2018 Community Partner was presented to Center for Suicide Awareness.
The 2018 Business Partner in Education was nominated by Kaukauna Area School District and presented to Team Industries, Inc.
Nominated by Tim Vogelsang with Nicolet Bank, the winner of the Small Business Achievement Award for Retail was presented to Lamers Dairy.
The winner of the Small Business Achievement Award for Manufacturing was presented to JP Graphics.
The winner of the Small Business Achievement Award for Service was presented to Sure-Dry Basement Systems, Inc
The 2018 Large business Award was presented to Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc.
Nominated by Don DeGroot, Mike Bevers and the Village of Little Chute - the 2018 Cornerstone Award was presented to Jim & Lynne Geerts.