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Employment Opportunities may be available to work for the Village. Please click here to see any present job openings.
Utility billing payments can be made in-person via check or cash at our Finance Department which is on the first floor at Village Hall. You may also pay online by clicking here and going through Payment Service Network's (PSN) registration and payment process. Credit or debit cards are not accepted in person at Village Hall.
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.
To reserve a room, please contact the Library at (920) 788-7825. More information is available HERE We DO rent our rooms to non-residents (fees are double) and rooms may not be used if there is to be money exchanged for goods or services.
Registering to vote can be done in person at Village Hall in the Municipal Clerk's office or online at myvote.wi.gov. Please bring your photo i.d. and proof of residency (if your drivers license doesn't match your current address). You may also register to vote on election day at your polling location.
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, and bookings for the shelter will begin on the first business day of the new year. For more information please visit the shelter/facility rental section under the parks, recreation, and forestry page.
The Little Chute Public Library does not charge fines for items returned past their due date. Read more here: Fine Free – Little Chute Public Library (littlechutelibrary.org).
Bike licenses are free and can be obtained from the Fox Valley Metro Police Department, 200 W. McKinley Avenue, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday, (920) 788-7505
You should license any dogs. If your dog is spayed/ neutered the cost is $7.00. If not, the cost is $12.00. If after April 1, add $5.00 for late fee.
At this time you do not need a license for a cat. Licenses can be obtained by filling out the link attached and dropping it off at the Village Hall drop box located on Grand Avenue, 108 West Main, Please copy your veterinary information related to the pet: rabies shot, spayed or neutered, chip id (if done).
Click here for Dog License Application
Yes, however, only online, and not in person. The Village of Little Chute uses a 3rd party payor known as ACI Inc. MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express are accepted, either by phone or online. Credit Cards are accepted for all citations, miscellaneous invoice fees, and special assessments. Convenience fees will be applied to the customer's payment varying from $3.75 per transaction up to 2.75% of the amount you are paying. See the Finance Department payment page for more information.
You need to contact the Department of Transportation at (800) 924-3570 or go online at http://www.wisconsindot.gov
First, you have to pay all past due fines and forfeitures. Then, you must go to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and pay $60.00 to reinstate your operating privileges.
When a defendant does not appear (or the court does not receive a written plea to all charges at least 24 hours prior to the court date/time), the defendant is in default. A judgment against that defendant is then entered. Written pleas must be timely and must be signed and dated by the defendant. Written pleas may be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or dropped in the drop box on the East side of the Little Chute Village Hall.
a. The Court may send you to jail if you do not pay your forfeiture and court costs.
b. The Court may also suspend your driving privileges for failure to pay.
c. Your debt may be referred to Wisconsin State Debt Collection - pursuant to section 71.93(8), Wisconsin Statutes. A delinquent collection fee of 15% of the unpaid balance or $35.00, whichever is greater, will be added to your account.
If you feel you are indigent or financially unable to pay, you are entitled to an Indigence Hearing. It is your responsibility to request an Indigence Hearing (in writing) within 10 days of the first missed payment. At the hearing, you will be required to provide documentation to show the court your financial status, including tax returns from the prior 2 years.
The 2020 Population Estimate is 11,947 people.
For water services please contact the Finance Department at Village Hall, 108 W. Main St., Little Chute, WI 54140. Contact the Utility Billing Clerk at (920) 423-3854.
For Kaukauna Utilities, 777 Island Street, Kaukauna, WI 54130 Phone: (920) 766-5721
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, 1402 Freedom Road, Little Chute (920) 788-7605
St. John’s Catholic School, 328 Grand Avenue, Little Chute (920) 788-9082
Flex Academy, 325 Meulemans St, 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.
Starting in 2020, applications for terrace trees are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis starting in January. The deadline for applications is March 31, 2021. Application may be picked up at Park & Rec Department or downloaded from the village website starting at the beginning of the new year.
Property taxes are mailed by mid-December each year from the County. Payment in full or 1st installment is due by January 31, and is collected by the Village Finance Department, 108 W. Main St., Little Chute, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday thru Friday. After January 31, all payments are collected at the Outagamie County Treasurer's office, Appleton (920) 832-5065. Second installment payments are due by July 31. During specified time frames, payments may also be made at various bank locations that are updated annually as can vary. You can also pay online at any time www.outagamie.org and click on “Property Taxes” For E-check you will need your bank account and routing number. There may be a $.25 fee for an E-check (may be temporarily waived to provide relief due to COVID-19), fee for debit card is $3.50 and fee for a credit card is 2.2% of the amount you are paying.
If your citation indicates Little Chute Municipal Court, you can pay the citation at the Little Chute Village Hall Finance Dept., 108 W. Main Street, Little Chute
8 a.m. to 4:30, M-F. However, please note the Little Chute Municipal Court preferred no contact payments options below:
Little Chute Municipal Court no contact payment options (preferred)
Mailed payments - Payments can be mailed to 108 W. Main Street, Little Chute, WI 54140. Payments should be in the form of a personal check or money order made payable to: Village of Little Chute. Note the defendant name on the memo of check. Should you require a receipt, please send along a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Credit/Debit and e-check payments: Log onto www.officialpayments.com or call 1-800-487-4567. You will need your citation number(s) and your balance along
with Village of Little Chute Jurisdiction Code 6738. There is a convenience fee per transaction for this service (see ACI website).
Drop Box (East Side of Little Chute Village Hall, 108 W Main Street, Little Chute) – Drop box payments at the Village Hall must be in the form of a cashier’s check, a personal check, or cash. Make checks payable to Village of Little Chute. Please place payment in a sealed envelope and mark clearly with your name and citation number(s).
ALL Parking tickets must be paid at the Fox Valley Metro Police Department, 200 W. McKinley Avenue, Little Chute, 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.,M-F. This is not a municipal court payment.
Yes, online payments for the Village of Little Chute are accepted by using our 3rd party payor known as ACI Inc. MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express are accepted, either by phone or online. Credit Cards are accepted for all citations, miscellaneous invoice fees and special assessments. Convenience fees will be assessed to the payment you are making. See the Finance Department payment page for more information.
Yes, the permit can be obtained from the Village Inspector on the third floor of the Village Hall at 108 W. Main St. Little Chute. (920) 423-3871.
Yes, payments for the Village of Little Chute are accepted by ACI Inc, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express are accepted, either by phone or online. Credit Cards are accepted for all citations, miscellaneous invoice fees, special assessments. Convenience fees will be applied to the customer's payment varying from $3.75 per transaction up to 2.75% of the amount you are paying. See the Finance Department payment page for more information.
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.
Outagamie County is in charge of the recycling program, and they have a contract with Orion Waste Solutions of Kaukauna. If you have problems with your recycling pickup, please call Orion Waste Solutions at (920) 759-0501. If after contacting Orion Waste Solutions you still have recycling pickup problems, please call the Outagamie County Recycling Coordinator at (920) 968-5721.
There could be a few reasons:
1. We will not pick up your garbage if you have placed recyclables in the container.
2. If your garbage or recycling polycarts are placed too close to other objects, we may not pick them up. They must be placed a minimum of 4 feet away from each and any other object.
3. Garbage and recyling must be placed curbside by 6 a.m. on your day of pickup, or the night before.
4. Garbage and recycling must fit inside of their polycarts with the lid closed.
5. Polycarts must not be placed where vehicles may park and block access to it. If polycarts cannot be reached, they 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.
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 Landfill is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. Extended hours are each Saturday of the month from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. For holiday weekends, please call (920) 832-5277 to verify hours.
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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Little Chute Water customers should contact Village of Little Chute at (920) 423-3854 or visit http://www.littlechutewi.org/533/Utility-Applications-and-Forms
For Water Utilities please contact Village of Little Chute @ 920-423-3854, website is Village of Little Chute, Utility billing page, contact Kaukauna Utilities for electric, 777 Island Street, Kaukauna, WI 54130 Phone: (920) 766-5721. For gas, contact WE Energies @ 800-242-9137
On your last garbage pickup day in the month of April, the crew will pick up extra garbage that is placed in plastic bags, plus large non-metal and metal items placed curbside. On your last garbage pickup day in the month of December, our crew will again pick up extra bagged garbage, plus large non-metal items placed curbside. This does not include pickup of yard waste, branches, tires, and construction material.
Residents must apply for a block party permit at 108 W. Main Street, have 75% of affected neighbors sign a form (one signature per household) giving their approval for the block party, and submit their form for approval at least a few days in advance of their block party. Upon approval of the block party by the Director of Public Works or his designee, the applicant may pick up the barricades needed to block off the street. Barricades need to be returned to the Municipal Services Building the Monday following the block party. Questions call 423-3865.
A permit must be taken out at 108 W. Main Street. Please go to the Permits link to obtain information on associated fees. Property owners may do their own work; however, if they hire a contractor to do the work, the contractor must have a License and Permit Bond and Certificate of Insurance on file with the Village. Questions call 423-3865.
Election Day, April 5, 2022WARDS 6, 7, 8 Report to Village Hall - 108 W Main Street Wards 4, 5 Civic Center/Library room S1/S2 - 625 Grand Ave Wards 1, 2, 3, 9, 10 Civic Center/Library Room N1/N2 - 625 Grand Ave Updated Ward Map is available HEREPolls are open 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
If you have any other questions please call the Village Clerk at (920) 423-3852.
The polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
You may vote absentee in person at the Clerk’s office beginning 14 days prior to Election Day. Office Hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The last day to vote absentee in person is the Friday before an Election. This is subject to change as we monitor the Covid-19 Crisis.
You may also request an absentee ballot by mail by clicking HERE
In-person absentee voting is available 14 days prior to the election in the Clerk's Office, 108 W Main Street. Please enter off the windmill plaza, green doors. A photo ID is required.
Spring Election In-person absentee voting will take place:March 22 - April 1, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
On June 29, 2020 the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals issued its ruling in the One Wisconsin Institute case that had been on appeal since 2016.Effective Immediately: In-person absentee voting may be conducted beginning no earlier than 14 days prior to each election and ending no later than the Sunday prior to election day. No in-person absentee voting is allowed on the Monday prior to election day. Wis. Stat. § 6.86(1)(b).