Government | Outagamie County, WI (2023)

Observed Outagamie County Holidays
January 1st Thanksgiving Day
Good Friday Day After Thanksgiving
Memorial Day December 24th
July 4th December 25th
Labor Day December 31st

Airport- 832-5268
Appleton International Airport (ATW) is owned and operated by Outagamie County and serves Appleton, the Fox Cities andnortheast Wisconsin.The airport has commercial air service to four major hubs; United Airlines toChicago O'Hare; and Delta Airlines to Atlanta, Detroit and Minneapolis. Allegiant Air offers non-stop service directly to Las Vegas, Phoenix/Mesa, Orlando/Sanford and Tampa/St. Pete. Our U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility accepts international arrivals on aircraft up to 20 passengers. The ATW campus covers 1,700 acres including Gulfstream Appleton, FedEx air cargo distribution center, Air Wisconsin--the largest privately held regionalairline in the U.S., Fox Valley Technical College's Public Safety TrainingCenter and our FBO--Platinum Flight Center.

Brewster Village- 832-5400
Brewster Village provides short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing services designed to meet individuals' social and medical needs. We provide exceptional care based on person-directed values and practices where the voices of our villagers are encouraged and respected. Choice, dignity, respect, self-determination, and purposeful living are the core values of our care.

Circuit Courts
The Outagamie County Circuit Courts are part of the state court system and are responsible for the processing of all court cases filed in Outagamie County. There are seven circuit court branches in Outagamie County.

Clerk of Circuit Courts- 832-5131
The Clerk of Circuit Courts functions under a wide range of statutory duties and responsibilities providing services to the courts, attorneys, county and state government and the general public. Primary functions include the creation, maintenance, and security of court records, compilation of statistical data, staffing the courtrooms, and management of jury panels. The office also performs a host of tasks serving the public and providing administrative support to the courts. As the fiscal officer for the court system, the clerk is responsible for the collection and disbursement of fees, fines, restitution, trust money, and bail bonds. The clerk prepares reports and submits requests for state reimbursement for court support funds, guardian ad litem costs and interpreters.

Coroner- 832-5841
The Coroner's office is responsible for investigating deaths within the county, including accidental, natural, suicide, and suspicious deaths. This office also issues cremation and disinterment permits.

Corporation Counsel- 832-1522
The Corporation Counsel's office handles all civil legal matters for Outagamie County. The department is comprised of four full-time attorneys, one paralegal, and one legal assistant.

(Video) 10 Places in WISCONSIN You Should NEVER Move To

County Clerk- 832-5077
The County Clerk serves as the county board secretary by preparing agendas, county board meeting minutes, and distributing resolutions and ordinances. Other primary functions of the office include election administration for federal, state, and county elections, and issuance of marriage licenses.

The County Clerk further has the responsibility to perform the following: maintain public work bid openings; issue marriage licenses; administer county, state and federal elections; process county board supervisor mileage and per diem; file original county records, such as contracts, leases and deeds; issue DILHR weatherization stamps; issue dog tags/licenses to county municipalities; issue plat books, compile and publish the Directory of Public officials.

County Executive832-1684
The office of the County Executive consists of an elected Executive, Deputy Executive Administrator, and an Executive Administrative Assistant who are responsible for general government operations with in the setting of the chief executive officer of a $160+ million service corporation.


Court Commissioner- 832-5093
The Circuit Court Commissioner, with backup from the Assistant Court Commissioner, is responsible for all initial appearances in criminal, juvenile, ordinance, traffic and small claims matters. In criminal matters, contested cases are assigned to a judge and a trial date is set, except in criminal felony cases where 44% are first assigned to the Court Commissioner for a preliminary hearing before being assigned to a judge for trial. If a criminal case is uncontested, a judge is assigned and the case is scheduled for sentencing or disposition. In juvenile, eviction and replevin matters, if the case is contested, a judge is assigned and a trial date is set. If uncontested, a judge is assigned for final disposition. Contested ordinance and civil traffic cases are first set for a pretrial conference with the Court Commissioner and then, if not resolved, the case is assigned to circuit court and scheduled for trial. Uncontested ordinance and civil traffic cases are disposed of by the Court Commissioner. Small claims initial appearances, pre-trials, and trials are heard by the Assistant Court Commissioner or Court Commissioner. If appealed, small claims decisions are then assigned to circuit court for trial de novo. The Court Commissioner is also the emergency intake court of juveniles, involuntary mental commitments and emergency protective placements.

Criminal Justice Treatment Services- 832-5160

Criminal Justice Treatment Services is responsible for a number of community based criminal justice programs as well as programs within the Outagamie County Jail. The department offers community diversion programming for criminal justice offenders, coordinates activities for the alternative treatment courts and provides programs that facilitate treatment, education and employment resources for jail inmates. Outagamie County Criminal Justice Treatment Services' mission is the rehabilitation of criminal justice offenders with a commitment to the protection of the community.

Development and Land Services - 832-5255
The Development and Land Services department fulfills a number of roles that are assisted by automation. The roles fulfilled by the Development and Land Services department include developing land use and zoning recommendations; assisting in the planning of county highways, airport improvements, and recreational improvements; maintaining county-wide address systems and mapping; developing applications and administering grants programs; assisting in the planning of long range capital projects; planning for economic development; assisting in the planning of land records modernization for Outagamie County, and; coordinating the development of a county-wide GIS (Geographic Information System).

District Attorney - 832-5024
To professionally fulfill the Constitutional and statutory duties of the District Attorney's Office. Our primary responsibilities include criminal, traffic, and juvenile prosecutions. Our current staff includes 15 county employees and 11 state attorneys. Our office serves 7 Circuit Court Branches, 3 Court Commissioners and advises 16 law enforcement agencies in the county.

(Video) COUNTY HEALTH DIRECTOR HITS THE PANIC BUTTON !! WISCONSIN - First Amendment Audit - Amagansett Press

Emergency Management- 832-5148
Emergency Management performs mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery actions and activities for natural and technological disasters affecting citizens, businesses, organizations and municipalities of Outagamie County including, but not limited to; emergency operations planning, emergency operations center/field incident command system coordination; public awareness education; emergency management related training; organizational and facility plans development and exercising; and, federal and state grants and aides procurement. Emergency Management completes tasks and activities that fulfill the requirements of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and Wisconsin Emergency Management annual plan of work. Emergency Management also maintains a resource management system that yields access to all public and private sector resources for disaster response and recovery. Emergency Management also maintains and audits the Hazard Communication Program (HAZCOM) for employees of Outagamie County.

Family Court Commissioner- 832-5057
The Family Court Commissioner is responsible for scheduling and holding hearings in divorce and paternity matters. The generation of various court orders pertaining to divorce and paternity matters is also the responsibility of the Family Court Commissioner. Domestic abuse and harassment injunction petitions are heard. The Family Court Commissioner also addresses child Support matters.

Family Court Services - 832-5660
The Family Court Program provides mediation and evaluation services to parents who are unable to resolve conflicts regarding the legal custody, physical placement and periods of placement (visitation) of their children.

Financial Services- 832-1680
The Financial Services department is responsible for the following general accounting and financial analysis tasks: performing general ledger accounting activities: maintaining and distributing monthly general ledger reports and monthly budget reports; managing Outagamie County personnel payroll; performing accounts payable and accounts receivable activities; countywide purchasing and encumbrance reporting; maintaining general receipting system; performing risk management activities; preparation of Outagamie County's annual budget; audit preparation activities; and special projects. Purchasing


- 832-4741
The mission of the Outagamie County Department of Health & Human Services is to promote healthy, independent individuals by:

  • Protecting the community and vulnerable individuals;
  • Fostering self-sufficiency;
  • Providing education, prevention, early intervention, treatment, and rehabilitative services;
  • Managing public funds efficiently and effectively.

The Department of Health & Human Services is committed to assisting people in Outagamie County achieve health, safety, wellbeing and self-sufficiency. The Department divisions are:

  • Aging and Long-Term Support- 866-739-2372
  • Child Support- 888-277-9795
  • - 832-5161
  • Economic Support832-5168
  • Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse- 832-5270
  • Crisis Phone Line - 832-4646
  • Public Health- 832-5100
  • Volunteers
  • Youth and Family Services- 832-5961

Highway- 832-5673
The Highway department is responsible for road maintenance, construction, paving, and bridge replacement or repairs for the state, county, and other units of government. The Highway department uses computers primarily for all aspects of accounting, including general ledger, fixed assets, accounts receivable, invoicing, labor distribution, machinery operations, inventory, preventative maintenance, and report writing. Other important functions includes Excel spreadsheets and Word documents.

Human Resources832-1668
The Human Resources department is responsible for various aspects of the personnel/human resources functions of Outagamie County. These functions include: recruiting and hiring of personnel, termination of personnel, management of benefits, salary administration; employee training, negotiation of union contracts, administration of all paid and unpaid leaves, maintenance of employee records, labor relations, and ensuring county compliance with employment laws.

Land Conservation- 832-5073
The Land Conservation Department today not only works with rural landowners, urban landowners now have a major part in protecting the county's land and water resources. Staff work with landowners on protection strategies that best meet the landowners conservation and financial needs. The department places particular emphasis on soil conservation, water quality improvement, groundwater protection, flood control, nonpoint water pollution abatement, erosion control, wildlife habitat improvement, farmland preservation and animal waste management, striving to promote the awareness of natural resources and their value to the citizens of Outagamie County. The department administers cost-share programs that provide funds to landowners who install conservation or best management practices. Individual staff assistance is provided to landowners and operators in the development of conservation plans and the survey, design and layout of conservation practices. The department administers a variety of programs such as the Animal Waste Storage Facility Ordinance, Farmland Preservation Program, Priority Watershed Program, Land and Water Resource Management Cost Share Program, Wildlife Damage Claim and Abatement Program, and others designed to enhance the natural environment here in Outagamie County.

(Video) IGNORANT PUBLIC EMPLOYEES OWNED & EDUCATED !! WISCONSIN - First Amendment Audit - Amagansett Press

Legislative Services- 832-5054
Legislative Services is responsible for the preparing, drafting, tracking, and documenting county board committee agendas, minutes, and resolutions. The task of general code codification has been assumed by Legislative Services. the department also has the following budgetary responsibilities: various forms of research and control of the county board operation budget, analysis of other department budgets, and analysis of the impact of the state budget on county budgets. County Board Info.

Legislative Services consists of four staff member and the County Board Chairperson.

Maintenance- 832-5091
The Maintenance Department provides corrective, preventative, and buildings and grounds maintenance for the Administration complex, Justice Center, Youth & Family Services, maintenance Building, UWEX, and Agricultural Services Facilities. They monitor all of the same services at Valley Packaging, Humane Society, and Plamann Center Facilities. The Maintenance Department provides custodial services at the Administration Complex, Justice Center, and Maintenance Facilities. they monitor all custodial services provided at the Youth & Family Services, UWEX, Agricultural Services, and Plamann Center Facilities. They are responsible for processing all paperwork associated with the computerized maintenance system, contractual services, purchasing of supplies, purchase requisitions, purchase orders, and payment vouchers. The Maintenance Department also picks up and delivers the mail to the post office. They are responsible for delivery of all mail to the outlying facilities. they deliver all bulk packages, printing orders, and county records and instructed. The maintenance department consist of 21 employees.

IT Department- 832-1530
Information Technology Department (commonly referred to as IT) provides technical guidance, assistance, and services to departments within Outagamie County. IT has the responsibility for the review, control and improvement in the areas of Micro Computer Systems, Development, Telecommunications, Printing, Mail Services, Microfilm and Records Center. IT reviews and approves purchases for supplies and equipment, external services, contracts, and products in the above areas. IT plans, manages, and supports the integration of technology into the County's business environment. IT provides start up and technical assistance as needed for each department's project. The IT department provides the user departments with support, consultation and education.

Parks- 832-4790
The Parks department has a dedicated team of nine full-time and two part-time staff determined to make our community a better place to live and play. We maintain over 900 acres of property, 40 miles of recreational trails and 16 buildings. Outagamie County Parks provides recreational opportunities at Mosquito Hill Nature Center, Plamann Park, Plamann Lake, Children's Farm, Dog Park, two Disc Golf Courses totaling 27 holes and various Walks/5K events. We also partner with local sports organizations to provide well rounded positive sports to youth. The Parks Department also provides shelter reservations and continued park improvements to better serve the county.

- 832-5277
The Recycling & Solid Waste Department provides award winning recycling and landfill services.

Recycling:
The Recycling & Solid Waste Department operates one of the largest publicly owned and operated, single-stream recycling facilities in the United States. The state-of-the-art Tri-County Recycling Facility is capable of processing up to 100,000 tons of material each year.

Recycling & Solid Waste also manages the curbside recycling contract. When the recycling trucks leave our neighborhoods, they travel to the Tri-County Recycling Facility where the recyclables are:
• Separated from one another by hand and by high-tech sorting equipment.
• Compressed into storage bales for easy shipping.
• Marketed and sold to companies to be re-manufactured into a wide array of new products.

Landfill:
The Recycling & Solid Waste Department currently operates the Northeast Landfill which safely and responsibly services the needs of over 200,000 households and manages over 500,000 tons of municipal solid waste from the Tri-County region. The landfill staff uses modern compaction methods and alternative daily covers to insure the value of the air space is maintained allowing the landfill to maximize its capacity over its 10 plus years of site life.

(Video) County Government During the Pandemic | Know Your Wisconsin

Landfill Gas to Energy:
The Recycling & Solid Waste Department maintains the landfill gas (methane) collection system and supplies the gas to a private business to generate electricity. The electricity generated from the landfill gas is sold to WPPI (Wisconsin Public Power Inc.) and distributed through Kaukauna Utilities to nearby homes and businesses. The heat created from the engines is used to heat the county highway building. This system was one of the first landfill gas cogeneration systems in the United States.

Register In Probate - 832-5601
The Register in Probate is responsible for processing all paperwork associated with probate, guardianship, and conservatorship. Commitment and guardianship records are confidential and not open to the public. Register in Probate are only the record keepers for commitment cases and do not instruct on those cases. The primary focus is serving the public in these areas by providing information, assisting with do-it-yourself probate, helping guardians understand what is expected of them, and managing cases so as to protect the interests of all parties concerned. The office is not allowed to provide legal advice on any cases.

Register of Deeds- 832-5095
The Register of Deeds is responsible for the recording of all real estate documents and vital statistics for Outagamie County which includes birth, death and marriage certificates. The Register of Deeds office began to automate its paper filing requirements in January, 1991, beginning with the real estate grantor-grantee index. All real estate documents recorded after June, 1996 are stored on the IMS optical imaging system. The Register of Deeds systems all reside on the County's AS/400.

Sheriff- 832-5605
The Sheriff's department is responsible for initiating complaints and processing all records associated with law enforcement investigations. Additionally, the department creates all jail records relating to individuals booked into the jail, along with associated inmate activity while in custody. Various software packages are used on personal computers to enhance clerical performance and to access information that is not connected to the AS/400.

Treasure/Tax Listing- 832-5065
The Treasurer/Tax Listing department is responsible for maintaining and updating the tax master and financial file information. This involves the production of assessment rolls, tax rolls, tax bills, tax bill receipting, assessment notices, alpha and numeric lists, mailing labels, parcel maps, tax settlement, and miscellaneous revenue receipts. The Treasurer's department is responsible for the investment of surplus funds, and bank statement reconciliations. They do stop pays on line with the working bank. they do In-Rem foreclosures on properties with delinquent real estate taxes.

University of Wisconsin - Extension- 832-5121
The University of Wisconsin - Extension department consists of 18 employees, who, through its county faculty/educators, make research, teaching, general information, and counsel of the Land-Grant University and United States Department of Agriculture available to the citizens of Outagamie County. program units include: agriculture, community resource development, family living, 4-H youth development, family nutrition education, and continuing education.

Veterans Services- 832-5697
The Veterans Service Office is the contact point for veterans who are residents of Outagamie County. The Veterans Service Office provides information on various veterans programs available through various governmental agencies. This office also assists veterans in the completion of application forms and assists other agencies in verifying an individual's veteran status.

Zoning- 832-5255
The Zoning Department is responsible for the oversight of the following ordinances:
County Zoning, Shoreland, Floodplain, and Wetland Ordinance, Airport Zoning, Sanitary Ordinance, and Subdivision Ordinance.

In addition to oversight of the above ordinances, the Zoning Department manages the Wisconsin Fund Grant Program, processes farmland preservation certificates and animal waste permits, and reviews town building permits and land records. The automation used within the Zoning Department is designed to support the above activities.

(Video) "What are Wisconsin Counties?"

FAQs

Is all of Appleton in Outagamie County? ›

Appleton (Menominee: Ahkōnemeh) is a city in Outagamie, Calumet, and Winnebago counties in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. One of the Fox Cities, it is situated on the Fox River, 30 miles (48 km) southwest of Green Bay and 100 miles (160 km) north of Milwaukee.

What cities are apart of Outagamie County? ›

Municipalities
CitiesTownsVillages
AppletonBlack CreekBear Creek
KaukaunaBovinaBlack Creek
New LondonBuchananCombined Locks
SeymourCenterGreenville
8 more rows

How do I get a copy of my birth certificate in Outagamie County? ›

Copies of Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce and Domestic Partnership Certificates can be acquired at the Register of Deeds Office.

Which county is Appleton WI? ›

Outagamie County, WI | Home.

Is Best Buy closing in Appleton WI? ›

This store is closed.

Why is Cedar Creek in Appleton closing? ›

She said Cedar Creek has been understaffed amid the pandemic, too. Instead of going into deer season – a significant portion of business at this time of year – without sufficient staff, Ellenz chose to close.

What is the most diverse city in Wisconsin? ›

Milwaukee. #1 Most Diverse Places to Live in Wisconsin.

How do you get a replacement birth certificate in Wisconsin? ›

You can order them from the Wisconsin Vital Records Office . Birth, marriage, death, and divorce records are also available through Wisconsin county Register of Deeds offices . For Wisconsin birth and death records you can also contact the Milwaukee City Health Office or the West Allis City Health Office .

How do I get a certified copy of a birth certificate? ›

Required Forms application
  1. Refer the application to the Divisional Secretariat relevant to the area where the birth occurred.
  2. Application can obtain from any Divisional Secretariat.
  3. Fees chargeable. Where the date of registration or the no. of the entry is given the fee for one copy of the certificate is Rs. 100.00.
7 Mar 2018

What is the racial makeup of Appleton Wisconsin? ›

Table
Population
White alone, percent 84.1%
Black or African American alone, percent(a) 3.2%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent(a) 0.5%
Asian alone, percent(a) 7.4%
54 more rows

Can you have chickens in Appleton? ›

The keeping of up to 6 chickens, with a permit is allowed on single family or two family dwellings only.

What is it like living in Appleton WI? ›

Living in Appleton offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Appleton there are a lot of bars, restaurants, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Appleton and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Appleton are above average.

How many Best Buy stores are left? ›

With a total of 1,144 stores in operation worldwide, Best Buy operates around 600 stores less today than it did eight years ago.
...
Total number of Best Buy stores worldwide from 2010 to 2022.
YearNumber of stores
--
12 more rows
29 Aug 2022

What Best Buy stores are closing? ›

The retailer plans to close two Richmond, Virginia area stores, along with one store each in Syracuse, New York, Carbondale, Illinois, and Brockton, Massachusetts. According to statistics on Best Buy's website, there are 956 locations in 2021.

Is Bed Bath and Beyond closing in Canada? ›

There could be bad news on the horizon for fans of Bed Bath & Beyond in Canada! New reports suggest the retailer is closing over 100 of its stores and slashing brands in order to avoid bankruptcy. On Wednesday, the retailer confirmed its plans to lay off around 20% of its corporate employees.

Why did Outback Steakhouse close in Appleton? ›

Elizabeth Daly, director of media and community relations for Bloomin' Brands, Outback's parent company, told The Post-Crescent that the Grand Chute location's lease was about to expire, which led to the decision to close.

Is Cedar Creek going out of business? ›

(WBAY) - After 50 years of business, Cedar Creek Marketplace is permanently closings its doors.

Did Outback in Appleton Close? ›

The restaurant chain that features burgers and bottomless fries plans to renovate the former Outback Steakhouse at 4827 W. College Ave., which has been closed since August 2021.

What is the friendliest city in Wisconsin? ›

Visit The Friendliest Town In Wisconsin The Next Time You Need A Pick-Me-Up
  • Potosi is a very old town. ...
  • History is alive in Potosi. ...
  • Down in the village, more attractions await. ...
  • The brewery is a welcoming family friendly spot with great food and of course, some outstanding Potosi Beer.
15 Feb 2022

What is the healthiest county in Wisconsin? ›

MADISON, Wis. – Ozaukee County ranks the healthiest in Wisconsin and Menominee County is the least healthy county in the state, according to new County Health Rankings data from the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI).

What is the cheapest place to live in Wisconsin? ›

Marinette

Marinette earns the title of most affordable city in Wisconsin. Located along the Menominee River and Lake Michigan, Marinette offers plenty of waterside views no matter where you go and is the perfect place to buy or build your dream home.

What city in Wisconsin is the safest? ›

10 Safest Cities in Wisconsin
  1. Evansville. Violent crime for Evansville ranks 100% below the national average, and property crime occurs about 89% less than in the rest of the U.S. ...
  2. Cottage Grove. ...
  3. Hartland. ...
  4. Sheboygan Falls. ...
  5. Kronenwetter. ...
  6. Oregon. ...
  7. Hobart. ...
  8. Sturtevant.

What is the best small town to live in in Wisconsin? ›

1. Sturgeon Bay. The tiny community of Sturgeon Bay is the largest town in Door County, the peninsula of Wisconsin surrounded by the waters of Green Bay and Lake Michigan.

Where is the warmest place to live in Wisconsin? ›

Wisconsin
  • Hottest city: West Allis.
  • Number of days per year w/ temperature above 90℉: 16.
  • Number of days per year w/ temperature above 100℉: 0.
  • Average summer maximum temperature: 82.4℉
  • Average summer minimum temperature: 61.1℉

Why are there so many Mexicans in Wisconsin? ›

The Spanish-speaking communities of Wisconsin date back to 1910. People of Mexican heritage began to settle here after the Mexican Revolution. Many others came throughout the 1900s to work in various farming and manufacturing industries.

What race is mostly in Wisconsin? ›

Table
Population
White alone, percent 86.6%
Black or African American alone, percent(a) 6.8%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone, percent(a) 1.2%
Asian alone, percent(a) 3.2%
54 more rows

What city in Wisconsin has the most Asians? ›

Two-thirds of Wisconsin's Asian population lives in Milwaukee, Dane, Waukesha, Marathon, Brown, and Sheboygan counties. Milwaukee County is home to 31,171 Asians, comprising 25.6 percent of Wisconsin's Asian population.

How long does it take to get a new birth certificate in Wisconsin? ›

Online orders are completed in about five business days. Call VitalChek at 877-885-2981 to place an order by phone. You can also get vital records through local Vital Records Offices. This includes 72 county Register of Deeds offices and two City Health Offices (Milwaukee and West Allis).

How can I get a replacement birth certificate online? ›

Process
  1. Log into the parents e-citizen portal;
  2. Select civil registration department;
  3. Select birth certificate then select apply for replacement;
  4. Fill in the required details and upload all the necessary documents;
  5. Pay the required fee; and.
  6. You will be notified once the birth certificate is ready.

Is it legal to make a copy of a birth certificate in Wisconsin? ›

2., the state registrar and any local registrar shall issue a certified copy of a vital record to any person if the person submits a request for a certified copy of a vital record of a specified registrant in writing to the registrar responsible for filing or registering the vital record and if the request is ...

What is a certified true copy of birth certificate? ›

An individual requesting for certification that the records are still existing and attest to the fact that the documents presented by the subject are authentic.

What is a certified birth certificate? ›

A birth certificate is a vital record that documents the birth of a person. The term "birth certificate" can refer to either the original document certifying the circumstances of the birth or to a certified copy of or representation of the ensuing registration of that birth.

Does a certified copy of a birth certificate count as an original? ›

What does Certified Copy mean? A certified copy means that the registry office certifies it as a genuine, authentic copy of your original birth certificate. It is not a photocopy. It is a valid legal document the same as your original birth certificate.

Where do most blacks live in Wisconsin? ›

Milwaukee County is home to 240,203 African Americans, comprising 69.4 percent of Wisconsin's African American population. This group is the largest racial minority group in Wisconsin.

What is the whitest state in the United States? ›

Source: United States census bureau. White Americans constitute the majority of the 332 million people living in the United States, with 61.6% of the population in the 2020 United States Census.
...
White Americans of one race or alone from 2000 to 2020.
StateAlaska
2010Pop. 2010473,576
% 201066.7%
2020Pop435,392
59.4%
24 more columns

Where do most Hispanics live in Wisconsin? ›

In Green Bay, home to the largest Hispanic population north of Milwaukee, Hispanic people make up more than 40% of the population in the neighborhoods that fall within four census tracts on the city's east side. Almost one in five Green Bay residents identified as Hispanic in the 2020 census.

How many dogs can you have in Appleton WI? ›

Limit allowed - No person or household shall keep more than six (6) animals, the maximum number of dogs being three (3), maximum number of rabbits being two (2).

How many pets can you have in Appleton? ›

It is unlawful for any person or persons to keep more than six (6) animals within the City.

How many chickens can you have in Wisconsin? ›

Total number of hens to be kept: _____ (a maximum of four chickens are allowed per residential lot.) You must provide the following with your application: □ Proof of registration with the State of Wisconsin Dept.

How many homeless people are in Appleton WI? ›

On average, approximately 350-360 individuals are struggling with homelessness in the Fox Cities.

Are there bears in Appleton? ›

Wisconsin has anywhere between 25-30,000 black bears, and they are moving across more land. “We have bears, especially in spring time, come into this part of Wisconsin, Green Bay, Appleton, Little Chute, even Oshkosh in the spring time foraging for food, then they typically head back up north,” he said.

What is the coldest temperature ever recorded in Appleton Wisconsin? ›

The lowest temperature ever recorded in Appleton, Wisconsin was -32 °F which occurred on February 20, 1929.

What school district is Appleton in? ›

Home - Appleton Area School District.

What county is Appleton East High School in? ›

Appleton East High School | Outagamie County, WI.

Is Oshkosh in Outagamie County? ›

Outagamie County is included in the Appleton, WI Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Appleton-Neenah-Oshkosh, WI Combined Statistical Area. It was named for the historic Meskwaki (Fox) Indians.
...
Outagamie County, Wisconsin.
Outagamie County
Founded1852
SeatAppleton
Largest cityAppleton
Area
17 more rows

Who bought Appleton Estate? ›

the Campari Group

Does Appleton WI have good schools? ›

Appleton has one of the highest concentrations of top ranked public schools in Wisconsin. The top ranked public schools in Appleton, WI are Odyssey-magellan, Woodland Intermediate and Woodland School. Overall testing rank is based on a school's combined math and reading proficiency test score ranking.

Are Appleton WI schools good? ›

Appleton Area School District is an above average, public school district located in APPLETON, WI. It has 15,150 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 37% in reading.

Is Appleton a nice city? ›

Appleton is in Outagamie County and is one of the best places to live in Wisconsin. Living in Appleton offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Appleton there are a lot of bars, restaurants, and parks.

Why is it called Appleton? ›

Samuel Appleton donated $10,000 to the newly founded college library, and in appreciation, his name was given to the community. Appleton was incorporated first as a village in 1853 (John F. Johnston, the first resident, village president) and later as a city in 1857 (Amos Storey, Mayor).

Is Appleton a good place to retire? ›

Appleton. According to SmartAsset, seniors in Appleton tie with Oshkosh for the second-lowest tax burden at 13.73%. Appleton's retirement communities make up 1.65 for every 10,000 residents. Housing costs represent 22.62% of the average retirement income in the city.

What percent of Oshkosh is black? ›

Oshkosh Demographics

White: 88.95% Black or African American: 3.78% Asian: 3.63% Two or more races: 2.60%

Is Oshkosh the same as Oshkosh Bgosh? ›

The term "B'gosh" began being used in 1911, after general manager William Pollock heard the tagline "Oshkosh B'Gosh" in a vaudeville routine in New York. The company formally adopted the name OshKosh B'gosh in 1937.

What is the crime rate in Oshkosh Wisconsin? ›

Oshkosh Annual Crimes
ViolentTotal
Number of Crimes1871,451
Crime Rate (per 1,000 residents)2.8021.72

Is Wray and Nephew black owned? ›

Wray & Nephew is now owned by an Italian company, Campari. The master blender at Appleton Estate Jamaica Rum — which has long flown the flag for quality — is a black woman, Joy Spence.

Is Appleton Estate funky? ›

Appleton is one of the most iconic and historic distillers of Jamaican rum, and the Signature Blend that we reviewed recently turned out to be a fruity, funky spirit that mixes well in cocktails.

Is Appleton Estate Closing? ›

J Wray & Nephew confirms closure of Appleton sugar factory - Jamaica Observer. RUM producer J Wray & Nephew Limited (JWN) is now confirming that it will cease operating its Appleton Estates Sugar Factory in St Elizabeth but before that it will be offering a generous separation package to the 370 employees impacted.

Videos

1. History of Wisconsin Explained in 10 Minutes
(Captivating History)
2. Governor debate: Wisconsin's Evers, Michels clash | FOX6 News Milwaukee
(FOX6 News Milwaukee)
3. 20221107 CB Annual Meeting
(Calumet County, Wisconsin Government)
4. WATCH: Mandela Barnes, Ron Johnson face off in debate
(NBC 26)
5. Steinacker Farms - Outagamie County, WI
(BASF Ag Solutions US)
6. Mass Shooting in Outagamie CO Wisconsin
(Inventor Lee Wheelbarger)
Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Horacio Brakus JD

Last Updated: 10/27/2022

Views: 6422

Rating: 4 / 5 (51 voted)

Reviews: 90% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Horacio Brakus JD

Birthday: 1999-08-21

Address: Apt. 524 43384 Minnie Prairie, South Edda, MA 62804

Phone: +5931039998219

Job: Sales Strategist

Hobby: Sculling, Kitesurfing, Orienteering, Painting, Computer programming, Creative writing, Scuba diving

Introduction: My name is Horacio Brakus JD, I am a lively, splendid, jolly, vivacious, vast, cheerful, agreeable person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.