QUAD COMMUNITIES MEETING

The City of Kaukauna Common Council, along with the Kimberly, Little Chute, and Combined Locks Village Boards will meet on Thursday, April 24th at 5:30 p.m. at the Kimberly Municipal Complex to review and discuss various items of business common to all communities.  The public is invited to attend.

Click here to view the meeting agenda.

  • Fire-Rescue

    Outagamie County Public Emergency Notification : EMTEL EMTEL is the emergency notification system that Outagamie County utilizes to notify the public and responders of incidents and critical situations that are occuring within Outagamie Count ...

  • Human Resources

    Dance Instructor Please click here for Application Packet. ...

  • Clerk/Treasurer

    Rummage Sale City Wide Rummage Sale is May 17, 2014, and September 13, 2014. Please contact the Times-Villager at 759-2000 with any questions. Board of Review The Board of Review for the City of Kaukauna will meet to hear complaints a ...

  • Engineering

    BID RESULTS - PROJECT 1-14 "2014 CONCRETE STREET PAVING" Click here to view the bid results for Project 1-14 "2014 Concrete Street Paving. Questions on the project can be directed to Senior Project David Strelcheck at 920.766.6305. CAP ...

  • Mayor's Office

    Veteran's Memorial Park Ring of Honor Kaukauna Veterans Park will be the site of the Ring of Honor, a paved memorial to honor those who have served their country. The VFW of Kaukauna and the American Legion have partnered on this project w ...

  • Public Works

    ROAD WEIGHT LIMITS KAUKAUNA, WI - The City of Kaukauna has announced that road weight restrictions will be imposed on all local unimproved roads due to spring thaw conditions on Monday, March 17, 2014. All affected streets will be individual ...

  • Farmers Market

    Visit our Facebook Page: Downtown Kaukauna Farmer's Market Weekly Ad - September 7, 2013 Farmer's Market Fall Fest - Saturday, September 14th ...

  • Building Inspection

    NEW OFFICE HOURS .... Building Inspection Department office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and noon to 1:00 p.m. Inspections will be conducted between 10:00 a.m. and noon. Questions or inspection requests may be dir ...

  • Storm Water Management

    MS4 Annual Report to Wisconsin DNR The 2013 Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) annual report is now available for community review and comment. Please contact John Neumeier at 920-766-6305 with any questions or comments. ERU Com ...

  • Recreation

    Online Registration is Here! The Recreation Department has just launched its Online Registration Website. Now you can register for programs at home in your bunny slippers! To view information on our seasonal programs, visit the Recreation ...

Welcome to the City of Kaukauna

The City of Kaukauna is a growing community of over 15,000. The City has its own Police, Fire and Rescue service available to our residents. Kaukauna is well-maintained with regular garbage collection, street cleaning, well-lit and well-paved streets and other services vital to keeping our community safe and attractive. Kaukauna boasts a 350 acre Industrial Park Network, complete with rail and heavy truck access. Kaukauna also affords its residents with numerous recreational opportunities such as the Historic Grignon Mansion, the 1000 Islands Environmental Center, many parks and sport fields, a public swimming pool, and a public library. City hosts the Fox Firecracker 5k Run/Walk and the Downtown Farmer's Market June through October. With such a variety of activities available, it should not come as a surprise that Kaukauna is also known as "The Friendly City."

Recycle pick-up
4/21/2014 12:00:00 AM
If you have questions about your curbside recycling collection, contact Inland Service at 759-0501. Questions can also be directed to Outagamie County's recycling hotline at 1-800-501-1616. Please remember to have your recyclables placed at the curb or alley line before 6:00 a.m. on your collection day.

Recycle pick-up
5/5/2014 12:00:00 AM
If you have questions about your curbside recycling collection, contact Inland Service at 759-0501. Questions can also be directed to Outagamie County's recycling hotline at 1-800-501-1616. Please remember to have your recyclables placed at the curb or alley line before 6:00 a.m. on your collection day.

Spring clean-up
5/12/2014 12:00:00 AM
City crews will pick up anything (except hazardous waste, propane tanks, electronics, tires, motor oil and oil filters) that you put out on your normal garbage collection day (only during the weeks above). Leaves, garden debris, small sticks, and twigs MUST be in open containers with handles, no larger than thirty (30) gallons, and not weighing more than fifty (50) pounds. Additionally, residents can use Yard Master or equal 2-ply Kraft paper compost bags that are designed for yard waste disposal. These bags can be purchased at local hardware and grocery stores. Plastic bags, grocery bags, and cardboard boxes containing yard waste will not be collected. White Goods will need a sticker before placing them out for collection. Stickers can be purchased at the City Clerk's office at 201 W. Second Street, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Limbs and branches 2'-4' in length should be wrapped in bundles. Limbs and branches 4'-6' long should be neatly placed on the terrace with the butt ends facing the roadway. (Limb and branch collection by the City occurs during the second full week of every month). Grass clippings will be accepted. However, the City of Kaukauna and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources encourage residents to leave their grass clippings on the lawn. Lawn clippings are a good source of fertilizer and can also make excellent compost. Take this opportunity to clean up around your home and garage and dispose of any unwanted items. Please make sure these items are out by 7:00 a.m. on your normal garbage pick-up day. If there are any questions, call the Street Department office at 766-6337. Hazardous waste: solvents, gasoline, fuel oil, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, antifreeze, lead based paint/oil based paint, acids and alkalis, etc. These items cannot be put out for pick-up. They must be taken to the Outagamie County Clean Sweep Program.