The Village of Hortonville is a vibrant community of 2,711 residents (2010 population census) located in southwestern Outagamie County, Wisconsin, an area known as the Fox Valley.  The Village is located at the intersection of State Highway 15 and County Highway M, 10 miles northwest of the City of Appleton.  Approximately 1 million people live and work within a 50 miles radius of the Village.  Green Bay is 43 miles to the northeast, Oshkosh 24 miles to the south and Fond du Lac 50 miles to the southeast.  The Village is the site of the only lake in the county – the 75 acre Black Otter Lake.

 

RECYCLING CART DELIVERY

The Village has purchased standardized residential recycling carts for use by our residents in order to control the cost of recycling and land fill fees to the Village, limit windblown recycling materials in the streets, and encourage increased recycling.  The Village was able to take advantage of an extension of a lower grant pricing by the company servicing Outagamie County.

The carts will be delivered Tuesday, October 10th, through Friday, October 13th.  The cost of the 95 gallon cart is approximately $60 each and will be a one-time asssessment to residential property owners.

Residential users can start using the carts right away and put them at the curb for the Wednesday, October 18th, recycling.  Outagamie County has provided informational material that is attached to each cart.

 

CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS TO START ON PINE STREET AND CEDAR STREET

Robert J. Immel Excavating Inc. will be replaceing water main on Pine St. beginning October 10th and sewer main on W. Cedar St. beginning in mid-October.

There will be some parking restrictions due to the projects and there may be some road closures.

See the Notices page of this website for more information on parking.

 

HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREATING, PARADE, AND PROGRAM

Sunday, October 29th

The Halloween parade will start at the Commercial Club Park on Olk Street at 2:15 p.m. and end at the Opera House on Main Street.  Please line up in the Commercial Club parking lot by 2:15 p.m.

Immediately following the parade, there will be a short program at the Opera House,  A bag of treats will be handed out to children in costume after the program.

Trick or Treating will follow the program from 3-5 p.m.

 

VILLAGE BOARD MEETINGS ARE NOW ON YOU TUBE

The Village has started to video tape the Village Board meetings.

You can see them on You Tube by following this link.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvU4R8EpruUv0VR4WTppTJg

 

NEW TIME FOR VILLAGE BOARD MEETINGS!

The Village Board meetings will start an hour earlier beginning Thursday, July 21, 2016.

The Village Board passed Ordinance O-5-16 on July 7th to change the meeting time from 7:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Village Board meetings are held on the first and third Thursday of each month in the Community Center room of the Municipal Services Center at 531 N. Nash St.

 

FILE OF LIFE POUCHES AVAILABLE AT MUNICIPAL SERVICES CENTER

File of Life pouches are available at no cost at the Hortonville Municipal Services Center, or ask a Hortonville Police Officer, or call ADRC at 866-739-2372.

The File of Life provides your medical information in a pouch on your refrigerator for use by emergency responders.  You place a sticker near the entrance to your home to alert emergency responders to the presence of the File of Life.  In a medical emergency the File of Life provides valuable information to help emergency responders in your treatment.

 

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY COMPOST BINS AVAILABLE

Turn garden and yard materials into a valuable soil fertilizer and reduce what goes into our landfill!

Compost bins are available for sale at Mosquito Hill Nature Center.

Each composter bin is $45.  Click here to see information.

 

MANAGED NATURAL LANDSCAPES ALLOWED

The Village has added an ordinance authorizing prairie grass plantings as well as other non-traditional forms of yard plantings. 

See the Notices page (use the Notices tab on the left side of this page) for information on what you can have for a managed natural landscape!

 

MAKING THE RIDE HAPPEN (TRANSPORTATION SERVICE)

Lutheran Social Services is offering a new transportation service for Hortonville area seniors or individuals with a disability.

A driver and van will be available on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to provide rides locally or into the Appleton Fox Cities area for medical appointments, shopping, etc.  Rides can start at your home or our Municipal Services Center at 531 N. Nash St.

Each trip costs $3 and all rides need to be booked by calling Making the Ride Happen at 920-225-1740 between 8 a.m and 4:30 p.m.

Click here to see the flyer for this service!

 

CLASSES, CLINICS, AND EVENTS - SEE THE EVENTS PAGE FOR INFORMATION!

 

HORTONVILLE YARD WASTE DROP-OFF SITE ONLY FOR RESIDENTS

It is illegal for NON-VILLAGE RESIDENTS to leave or discard any article or items (including yard waste), or allow any article or item under his or her control, to be deposited at the Village of Hortonville's yard waste drop-off site.  If any NON-VILLAGE RESIDENT is caught depositing anything at the Village of Hortonville yard waste site, they will receive a fine and/or summons.  The Village of Hortonville may dispose of the waste material itself at the expense of that person found illegally disposing of the waste.

PENALTY.  Any person who shall violate the above provision shall be subject to a penalty as provided in Sec. 9.17 of the Hortonville Municipal Code.

 

SENIOR BIRTHDAY PARTIES

Come and help celebrate any senior citizen's birthday on the third Monday of each month!

Click here to see the flyer for more information.

 

 

NEED INFORMATION ABOUT THE VILLAGE?

We have information available about:

  • Who we are
  • Available services
  • Area employment figures
  • Schools, churches, health offices
  • Parks
  • Maps

Click here to see our data/info sheets and get your questions answered.

 

NEW ITEMS ACCEPTED FOR OUTAGAMIE COUNTY RECYCLING

As of December 1st you can recycle more items through the bi-weekly pickup!
 
Please click here to see a flyer announcing the new items and see Refuse and Recycling on the Public Works/Utilities tab at the left.
 

 

COME MEET THE VILLAGE OF HORTONVILLE

Come meet the Village of Hortonville and find out why we are a great place to call home for your business or residence.  We have recently greatly reduced our building permit fees and we are looking to help you fulfill your dreams of home or business ownership.  Come learn more about us.  We are the Village of Hortonville.

Click here to see a two minute video about Hortonville.

Residents and business owners - Watch the video, tell others you know about it, and let's get people excited about the possibilities abounding here in Hortonville!

 

 CELL TOWER LEASE AVAILABLE

The Village of Hortonville currently has openings for a communications facility lease on our water tower at 521 W. Cedar St.  The site includes an existing fully powered and air conditioned communication shelter building, and associated conduits running to the base of the water tower.  Site availability date: April 3, 2014.

 

BUILDING PERMIT FEE REDUCTION FOR 2016 through 2020!

 The Village has reduced single-family, two-family, and multi-family residential building permit fees through the end of 2020.  Now is the time to build in Hortonville!

Single-Family permit fee     $749 plus $250 Builder's Escrow fee 
Two-Family permit fee        $1,065 plus $250 Builder's Escrow fee

Four-unit Building permit fee       $2,685 plus Builder's Escrow fee
Eight-unit Building permit fee      $3,685 plus Builder's Escrow fee
Twelve-unit Building permit fee   $4,685 plus Builder's Escrow fee

All fees include the municipal water and sewer connection fees.

 

 WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH THE TREES?

The Village of Hortonville lost a great number of trees along Main Street, in our parks, and at many private residences during the storm on August 7, 2013.  The Village's Tree Board worked with tree experts to develop a plan for the replanting of our urban forest and the re-beautification of our home town.  The tree replacement program was started in the spring of 2014.  We would like to remind everyone about the Memorial Tree Program.  Please contact the Administration office at 779-6011 for more information.

 

SEE THE VILLAGE VOICE FOR NEWS AND INFO

See news and info about Village events and questions, Senior activities, coming events, Fox West Chamber news, and more.  Click on the link for the Village Voice in the list at the left of the screen to read the Village Voice.

 

 WATER LINE INSURANCE?

Some residents have received a mailing recently offering water line insurance.

This insurance is offered by private insurance companies and is not offered or sponsored by the Village of Hortonville.  Insurance of this type is not mandated for your water lines.

 

MEMORIAL TREE AND BENCH PROGRAM

This program provides the opportunity to donate a park bench or tree in the memory of a loved one.  Your donation to this program will not only provide lasting memories, but alsoh elp to beautify our parks and trails.

Click here to see the informational flyer.

 

PURCHASE VETERANS MEMORIAL BRICKS

The Veterans Memorial has really moved along!  The concrete walk is in and the memorial has been installed.  One stone benche has been purchased and will be installed.  You can purchase an engraved brick to honor your veterans or make a donation for the memorial or a bench.  Just click on Forms, Permits, Licenses in the left margin to be able to download a copy of the purchase form.

Calendar of Events

October
Oct 21, 2017, Sat 08:00am
Oct 24, 2017, Tue 06:00pm
Oct 25, 2017, Wed 12:00pm
Oct 29, 2017, Sun 02:15pm
Oct 29, 2017, Sun 03:00pm
November
Nov 01, 2017, Wed All Day
Nov 02, 2017, Thu 06:30pm
Nov 15, 2017, Wed All Day
Nov 15, 2017, Wed 06:00pm
Nov 16, 2017, Thu 06:30pm
Nov 21, 2017, Tue 01:00pm
Nov 23, 2017, Thu 07:00am
Nov 24, 2017, Fri 12:00am
Nov 29, 2017, Wed All Day
December
Dec 07, 2017, Thu 06:30pm
Dec 13, 2017, Wed All Day
Dec 20, 2017, Wed 06:00pm
Dec 21, 2017, Thu 06:30pm
Dec 22, 2017, Fri All Day
Dec 25, 2017, Mon All Day

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