The Town Board regular monthly meetings are on the fourth Monday of each month at the Town Hall at 8800 County Road H at 7:00 p.m. Agenda is finalized on Friday preceding the Monday Board Meeting. Please check under the Agenda tab for upcoming meetings.
The Plan & Zone Committee Meetings are scheduled at least once each month at the Town Hall at 8800 County Road H. The Plan & Zone Chairman and Secretary are responsible for preparing the agenda. Please check under the Plan Commission tab for upcoming meetings, agendas and minutes from previous meetings.
www.elections.state.wi.us Elections Board Forms. If anyone wishes to register prior to the Election Day, this form can be printed, completed and mailed to the Clerk. We currently have over 700 registered voters in the Town of Wolf River.
If a resident wants to request an absentee ballot this form is also available at the same website. Select form EB-121, print it, complete it and mail it to the Clerk. If voting by absentee ballot, a registration form EB-131 must be on file or submitted with the absentee ballot application.
On Election Day, residents of the Town of Wolf River can vote at the Town Hall, 8800 County Road H. The polls are open for each election from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. All voters in the Town of Wolf River must register to vote. The form to be completed prior to voting is EB-131, this form may be obtained at the Wisconsin State Elections Board website or at the Town Hall on Election Day.
The Town of Wolf River has recycling the third Wednesday of each month.
Winnebago County uses a single stream facility. No need to separate your recyclables, just place them together in a large receptacle and put them out next to your trash on the garbage day.
****Plastic bags will not be accepted after January 1, 2010****
Winnebago County, with Brown and Outagamie Counties, has built a new single stream recycling processing facility that will go on-line July 1, 2009. "What is single stream recycling?" you may ask. Single stream recycling allows all recyclables (including paper, cardboard, cans and bottles) to be mixed together for collection. This tends to encourage increased recycling with the added convenience of no separation requirements and tends to make collection easier and more efficient as all recyclables can be mixed in a single compartment in the truck (versus two compartments, where one may fill faster than the other, leaving the truck unable to maximize its load). In addition, the Winnebago County Solid Waste Management Board voted to discontinue the acceptance of plastic bags for recycling as of January 1, 2010. Presently, some communities, including Wolf River, place cans and bottles in plastic bags (either blue or clear) curbside for collection. The plastic bags are costly to process and cannot be recycled. Additionally, with single stream recycling, plastic bags can wrap around screens used to process the recyclables, causing them to work inefficiently or facility downtime to clear the screens. As a result, Winnebago County will no longer accept plastic bags (whether blue, clear or any other color) with recyclables as of January 1, 2010.
There are several alternatives to plastic bags including wheeled carts, uniform bins and residentially-provided containers. The Town of Wolf River has decided to utilize residentially-provided containers. This means each household can choose a collection container that best meets their needs, within certain specifications. Containers should be between 15-33 gallons in size, have exterior handles and not weigh more than 50 pounds when full. Look around your home for an old storage bin or trash can that you may no longer use and give it new life as your recycling container! Or you may go to any hardware or discount store and find a suitable container to fit the size of your household and recyclable generation. During the next few months, we encourage you to use up any remaining ‘blue bags.’ Once you’ve depleted your supply, begin using a reusable container for your recyclables. Again, plastic bags will not be accepted after Jan. 1st.
If you have any questions on single stream recycling or the discontinuance of plastic bags, please feel free to call Winnebago County Recycling at (920) 232-1850. If you have any questions about your curbside collection, please call Graichen Sanitation at 982-4116.
The Town of Wolf River is zoned and building permits are required. If the property in question is within 300 feet of a lake or a stream, a permit must be obtained from Winnebago County.
A building permit for the Town of Wolf River may be obtained from Lee Robbert, Building Inspector. He can be reached on his cell phone at (920) 850-2686 or at his home at (920) 836-3681.
The assessed values of properties within the Town of Wolf River are available on the internet at the Winnebago County website using their Land Records search tool. The link for this site is found on this website’s homepage.
The Winnebago County website also has property tax information and legal descriptions for properties within the Town of Wolf River.