Road Projects

The Village of Little Chute Department of Public Works is constantly undertaking a variety of projects ranging form road construction, water and sewer replacement and storm water management. Throughout the course of the year, road project updates will be available.

2018 Utility & Street Reconstrucion

Daytona, Hayes, and Wilson streets failing infrastructure will be replaced. The proposed work includes pavement structure, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water main, curb and gutter, sidewalk, topsoil and grass restoration. The new pavement will be comprised of two 11-foot-wide drive lanes and one 6-foot-wide parking lane. 

The Downtown Storm Sewer project is to redirect the storm water to a detention pond before entering the Fox River also allowing for redevelopment of the downtown area.

Public Hearing - 3/7/18

Frequently Asked Questions

Public Hearing Powerpoint Presentation

Preliminary Engineer's Report

Bid Open Until: 4/5/2017

Description: Click Here for complete digital Project Bidding Documents of the 2018 Utility & Street Reconstruction. The documents can be downloaded starting March 15th, 2018 for $10. Projects documents can also be found by inputting Quest project number 5615583 on the website’s Project Search page at Please contact at (952) 233‑1632 or for assistance with free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information.

WIS 441 Bridge Painting
Project Location:  WIS 441 over Fox River, WIS 96, and Railroad Outagamie County

WISDOT will be conducting a maintenance painting project on the WIS 441 bridge over the Fox River, WIS 96, and Canadian National Railroad. Anticipated work will begin in March 2018.  Work will continue through out 2018 and finish in approximately July of 2019.  Typical painting season usually spans the months of May through September.

WIS 441 will remain open to at least one lane of traffic in each direction at all times during the project.  The single land closures will be limited to nighttime only from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am.

Thank you for your patience throughout the reconstruction process!