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Village Hall
108 West Main Street
Little Chute. Wisconsin 54140
Ph: (920) 788-7380
Fax: (920) 788-7394
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Welcome to Little Chute

  Nestled in the heart of the Fox River Valley on the eastern border of the City of Appleton and on the Fox River, the Village of Little Chute is Outagamie County's largest Village with a population of approximately 11,000 residents. Little Chute is a community proud of its Dutch heritage and its participation with our neighboring communities in the cultural, residential, business, and recreational life of the Fox Cities and Fox River Valley.

  Our major employers include Nestle' Pizza (Jack's Pizza), Division of Nestle' USA, the largest pizza production facility in the United States and Bel Brands, maker of a variety of processed cheese products. The Village is a full-service municipality offering quality municipal services while maintaining a combined local municipal tax and utility rates that is among the lowest compared with the other incorporated communities in the Fox Cities Area.

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Heesakker Park Closed To Public 12/1/14 to 12/14/14 Heesakker Park will be closed to the public from Monday, Dec. 1 through Sunday, Dec. 14 for the authorized deer culling in Heesakker Park and on Electric Island. Only approved hunters with their village authorized permit are allowed on the property.

**Important School Crossing Update** As you may have noticed, the Outagamie County Highway Department has been preparing Freedom Road/CTH ‘N’ (from CTH ‘OO’ north to HWY 41) for an eventual repaving this summer. Read on...

Village of Little Chute Welcomed into State’s Downtown Revitalization Program The Village of Little Chute has been accepted into the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s Connect Communities Program, an initiative that works with communities to advance downtown and urban corridor revitalization efforts. Read on...

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