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May 24, 2021

2021 Werner Allen Blvd And Shawano Street Improvements

There will be road closures for our upcoming street reconstruction projects.  This includes Werner Allen Blvd (from Wolf River Ave to Jennings Rd) and 1 block on Shawano Street (from Cook St to Beacon Ave). 
The City’s contractor has informed us that they plan on starting construction the week of June 7th, the road will normally be closed to traffic during construction.  Spot repairs to local utilities will kick off the project.  Ultimately the entire road surface along this stretch will be replaced.  The contractor anticipates wrapping up this construction in mid-August. 
Also, during that timeframe a 1 block section of Shawano Street will be resurfaced from Cook Street to Beacon Ave.  The same contractor is doing this work but has not given an exact timeframe when this 1 block section of road will be closed to traffic.

Mar 12, 2021

ATV/UTV Routes

ATV/UTV Routes open April 1st.  Check out more info and route maps.
Mar 05, 2021

Committees, Commissions and Boards - Interest Form

Are you interested in City Government but only have a few hours to spare a month?  Maybe you have a background that would be beneficial to the City?  Fill out the Interest Form and let us know.  Once filled out the Mayor will review the forms.  When an opening becomes available you may be asked to join.
Mar 04, 2021

Area Tax Rate Comparison

This area comparison listing was presented at the March Finance and Personnel Committee meeting.  The Cities of Clintonville, Waupaca, Shawano and the Village of Hortonville were chosen for the comparison for local area.  The Cities of Seymour and Mayville were chosen for being relatively the same size as the City of New London.
Mar 04, 2021

Wheel Tax - 1-31-2021

Are you curious as to where the Wheel Tax went?  Wondering what streets the Wheel Tax will cover next?  Take a look at this.
Aug 25, 2020

New Website Goes LIVE!

It's been a long time coming but we've finally finished our new web site.   It's more user  and mobile friendly.  Take a few minutes and check us out.
Aug 20, 2020

Industrial Loop Road Rail Road Crossing

The Public Services Department has been notified that work for the Industrial Loop Rail Road Crossing has been pushed back to begin Monday August 24th. CN will begin with some staking and maybe some track adjustments starting that day or the next, with the city’s contractor starting excavation outside the track on August 27th.

Aug 19, 2020

Shawano Street Bridge Closure

The Waupaca County Highway Department has notified the City that a contractor will be resurfacing the Shawano Street bridge on Thursday, August 20th and Friday, August 21st.  During that time the bridge will be closed and all traffic will be detoured to the Pearl Street bridge. 

Aug 12, 2020

Election Results 8-11-2020

Check out the August 2020 election results.
Aug 07, 2020

Fox Cities Magazine - Outdoor Art

Have you checked out the July 2020 edition of Fox Cities Magazine? Read More
Aug 07, 2020

Parks and Recreation Survery

The Parks and Recreation Department has teamed up with East Central Wisconsin Planning Commission to put together a comprehensive plan for the City's parks.  Please help us determine your needs by completing 
this survey.
Aug 07, 2020

Municipal Office Closed

We will be celebrating Labor Day on Monday, Sept 7.  So the Municipal Office will be closed.  Doors will re-open on Tuesday at 8am.
Jul 17, 2020

Pearl and Shawano Street Bridge Closures

DETOUR NOTICE: Within the next week a contractor for the Waupaca County Highway Department will be installing a polymer overlay on the Pearl Street and Shawano Street Bridges.  Read More
Jun 17, 2020

2020 Small Business Covid-19 Recovery Grant

The City of New London strongly supports local businesses and recognizes their importance within the community. Read More
Apr 01, 2020

City Awarded Grant

City Awarded A Surface Transportation Program Grant Read More
Apr 01, 2020

2020 Census

Have you filled out your 2020 census?  Go to their website
Mar 18, 2020

Slow No Wake

Slow No Wake is in Effect.  Check out our news release for more info Read More
Mar 13, 2020

St. Patrick's Events Canceled

On Friday New London City Officials consulted with the Waupaca County and Outagamie County Department of Health and Human Services, Waupaca County Emergency Management, and ThedaCare.
After evaluating all the information and recommendations the New London Shamrock Club and City of New London Officials are announcing the St. Patrick’s Day events including the parade have been cancelled. The switching of the signs and Hooligan Day will continue.
Sep 15, 2019

Floral Hill Cemetery - Annual Fall Cleanup

In order for us to facilitate our fall cleanup all floral and other arrangements need to be removed from the grave sites prior to October 15, 2019. All remaining arrangements will be discarded after October 15. If you can not make it out to the cemetery before then please contact the Floral Hill Cemetery @ (920) 982-8518. This excludes shepherd hooks which may remain by the grave sites. Fall and winter arrangements are permitted after November 1
Sep 13, 2019

SLOW - NO - WAKE ORDER

EMERGENCY ORDER FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AND ENFORCEMENT OF SLOW-NO-WAKE FOR THE WATERS OF THE WOLF AND EMBARRASS RIVERS WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF NEW LONDON, WI. Read More
Jul 22, 2019

Storm Clean Up

We will begin brush pick up today for the City. Please put brush on the curb, perpendicular to the street with the cut end facing the street in lengths around 6 foot long, if possible.

Brush drop off sites is for City Residents. Those locations are: 
South of the dog park
The OLD city garage site (next to the waters)
Back of Floral Hill Cemetery
Back behind (west) of Hatten Stadium

For non-residents of the city call your Town Hall to see what accommodations they are making for their residents.

Jul 02, 2019

Fox Cities Magazine

The City of New London is being featured in the July edition of the Fox Cities "Worth the Drive" magazine.  Take a look.
Apr 22, 2019

Recycle or Garbage??

Outagamie County has a new tool to see if items are recyclable or garbage.  Click here to check it out.