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Utility billing is handled by Molly Derricks in the finance department. Click the link to see more information.
The garbage pick-up map highlights when each neighborhood can expect their garbage to be collected. Pick-up days are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday. For more information please visit the sanitation/recycling section on the Public Works Department page.
The recycling pick-up map shows when each neighborhood in Little Chute can expect their recycling to be picked up. Pick up days are Monday - Thursday. For more information visit the sanitation/recycling section of the Public Works Department page.
In order to vote in Little Chute, you must be registered in Little Chute prior to casting your ballot. Registering can be done in person at Village Hall or online at myvote.wi.gov. Once you are registered you have three different options on how to vote 1.) in person at Village Hall in the Clerk's office 2.) by mail 3.) at your polling place (contact Village Clerk for polling place). For more information please visit the Clerk's page or contact her at (920)423-3852.
To reserve a room, please contact the Clerk's office at (920)423-3851 and see the terms of the rental and rental permit application on the Clerk's page.
To reserve a park shelter, please call the Parks and Recreation Department at (920)423-3869. Shelters are at a first come first serve basis. For more information please visit the shelter/facility rental section under the parks, recreation, and forestry page.
The Doyle Pool main office number is (920)687-5322 and their hours are Monday-Friday 1pm-4:30pm & 6:30pm-8pm and Saturday-Sunday 1pm-5:30pm. For more information please contact the pool office or visit the Doyle Pool & Slide section of the parks, recreation, and forestry page.
The 2017 Population Estimate is 10,987 people.
For water services please contact the Finance Department at Village Hall, 108 W. Main St., Little Chute, WI 54140. The phone number is 920 423-3854.
Contact Kaukauna Utilities, 777 Island Street, Kaukauna, WI 54130 Phone: (920) 766-5721 in some areas for electric (this is based on your address).
WE Energies is the main provider for electric services. Please click here to be brought to their website, or call their customer service number at 800-242-9137 (24 hours a day).
Little Chute High School, 1402 Freedom Road, Little Chute (920) 788-7600
Little Chute Middle School, 1402 Freedom Road, Little Chute (920) 788-7607
Little Chute Elementary School, 901 Grand Avenue, Little Chute (920) 788-7610
Little Chute Area Schools District Office, 325 Meulemans St. Suite A, Little Chute (920) 788-7605
St. John's Catholic School, 328 Grand Avenue,Little Chute (920) 788-9082
Flex Academy, 620 Monroe St., 1402 Freedom Road (as of 2018 school year), Little Chute (920) 687-6650
The phone number is (920) 687-6671 and the address is 514 Grand Avenue.
No, but Village Ordinances must be followed. Please click this link to be brought to the Ordinance regarding open burning.
You may view and/or print the newsletter from the website. To request a hard copy to be sent to you in the mail, contact the Village Clerk at 920-423-3852.
Offices are closed on the following holidays: New Year's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the day after, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Please call the Village Clerk (920) 423-3851 or check our website for any additional times of closure.
From December 1st to April 1st there is no parking on Village streets or parking lots from 2:00 am to 6:00 am. Violators will be issued citations. To request overnight parking please send an email with your request. Be sure to include all of the information on the form
Regular Village Board Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:00 pm at the Village Hall, Board Room. Village Board Committee of the Whole meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 6:00 pm at the Village Hall, Board Room. There is an agenda item at the beginning of each meeting for public appearance where you can voice your concerns to the Board.
Most residents have recycling pickup on the same day as their garbage pickup. See the Garbage and Recycling Calendar for pickup dates. If you do not know your day of pickup, please call the Department of Public Works at 423-3865. Remember - recycling is picked up every other week and must be placed curbside by 6 a.m. on your day of pickup or the night before. Only residences (single family up to 4-plexes) have curbside recycling pickup. Residences larger than a 4-plex are considered businesses, and therefore must recycle on their own or hire a private contractor to pick up their recycling.
If you have placed recyclables inside of your garbage container, we will not pick up your garbage. Also, many times it is because the garbage and/or recycling polycarts were placed too close to other objects. The garbage and recycling polycarts must be placed a minimum of 4 feet away from each and any other object. Garbage and recycling must also be placed curbside by 6 a.m. on your day of pickup or the night before. Garbage and recycling must fit inside of the polycarts with the lid closed. Also, you need to set your polycarts where no vehicles can park it in. If polycarts cannot be reached for any reason, garbage and recycling will not be picked up.
Please check the Garbage and Recycling Calendar for the dates in April and December that the Village picks up extra bags of garbage that don't fit inside of your polycart. If residents recycle properly, they should have no problem fitting all of their garbage inside of the polycart. Residents may request another garbage container; however, they will then be billed for two containers on their monthly Kaukauna Utility bill (Sanitation/Recycling fee). Otherwise, residents have the option of taking their garbage to the Outagamie County Landfill. The Landfill charges $12.00 per visit for 640 pounds or less.
Large metal items are picked up every three months (in January, April, July and October) on your last garbage pickup day of that month. Check the Garbage and Recycling Calendar for those dates. The purchase of a non-refundable $20.00* sticker is required for any appliance that normally contains freon such as a dehumidifier, refrigerator, freezer, air conditioner, etc. These stickers may be purchased at the Finance Dept. in the Village Hall (108 W. Main Street). *Due to the increasing costs of disposing of "freon" appliances (manpower to collect these appliances, fuel, and wear & tear of vehicles used to pick items up curbside) the Village Board increased the cost of each non-refundable freon sticker to $20.00 on November 6, 2013.
Large non-metal items will be picked up on the last regular garbage pickup day of each month. Check the Garbage and Recycling Calendar for those dates.
Effective September 2010, the following electronics (E-Waste) must be recycled through an E-Waste Program and will not be picked up by the village refuse crew. Everyone must recycle televisions and other video display devices, computers and monitors, fax machines, dvd or vcr players, printers, and cell phones. These items contain harmful materials including lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium, other heavy metals, and chemcial flame retardants which can leach into the environment if they are illegally dumped or thrown into the landfill. You can dispose of the above electronics through the Outagamie County Department of Solid Waste E-Waste Program. There is a fee for each television, computer monitor, computer tower, printer, and fax machine. There is FREE disposal of cell phones, dvd players, vcr players, computer keyboards & mice, hard drives, speakers, flashdrives, and modems. E-Waste Recycling questions can be answered by calling the Outagamie County Landfill at (920) 832-5277.
The Village picks up four residential tires per household free of charge two times per year. One week in April and one week in September. For updated dates call (920) 423-3865. Residents may also bring tires to the Outagamie County Landfill during these times and year round, Monday through Saturday during their business hours. There is a fee involved if the tires are brought to the landfill. For more information on the Outagamine County Landfill's program call (920) 832-5277.
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Our Market is located on the Windmill Plaza which is in between Village Hall (108 W. Main Street) and the Little Chute Windmill (130 W. Main Street) in Little Chute Wisconsin and operates every Thursday from 2 pm-6 pm beginning June 14th through September 13th.
Our market is open to several types of vendors which span across several different types of products. We have multiple produce, flower, craft, jewelry, soap, and hot food vendors for the 2018 season!
Our market has a total of 51 stalls, 15 of which are located in the Windmill Plaza and 33 of which are located in the adjacent Library parking lot. Vendors on their applications may request for multiple stalls which decreases the total number down from 51. We currently have 33 vendors for the 2018 season.
We have several different food vendors coming to the market this year that sell a variety of foods. Our food vendors sell egg rolls, stuffed chicken wings, funnel cakes, popcorn, tacos, burritos, tamales, nachos, donuts, cupcakes, and much more. We also have vendors that sell cold beverages including lemonade, snow cones, bubble tea, water, soda, wine, and beer.
With their being so many markets in the area, we thought it best to fill a time during the week. This time slot offers a great opportunity to visit after work, around dinner hours, and before or after extracurricular activities.
Under our “applications and guidelines” page, there is a link to a PDF of our application as well as our guidelines for the market. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please fill out an application and turn it into Village Hall.
Certain products require a license to sell while others do not. We offer resources to answer your questions in our Vendor Guidelines. Otherwise please contact Outagamie or your local county Public Health offices to clarify if you need a license and how to acquire it.