IN PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING HOURS WILL START ON OCTOBER 20, 2020 AND END ON OCTOBER 29, 2020. THE TIMES ARE:
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
9 A.M. - 4 P.M. OR BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT
VOTE FOR THE WINNECONNE BRIDGE!
THE WINNECONNE BRIDGE IS ONE OF THE 12 FINALISTS COMPETING FOR A $10,000 CASH REWARD TO BE GIVEN TO A TRANSPORTATION RELATED SCHOLARSHIP OF THE WINNERS CHOOSING!
CAST YOUR VOTE AT: Americastransportationawards.org
VOTING ENDS OCTOBER 25, 2020 AT 11:59 P.M.
WINNERS WILL BE ANOUNCED DURING THE ANNUAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS MEETING WHICH WILL BE HELD NOVEMBER 9-13, 2020
ONLY ONE VOTE PER DAY!
The Town of Winneconne was organized on April 14, 1848 during a meeting at the home of Augustin Grignon. The Town is centrally located in Winnebago County and is primarily agricultural with several areas of rural residential subdivisions.
The population has grown to 2436, with approximately 1180 households, over the recent years thanks to the excellent quality of life which includes the opportunity for fishing, boating, hiking, bicycling, golfing and snowmobiling.
Winneconne Town Hall Office Hours
Monday 9am 4pm
Tuesday 9am Noon
Thursday 1pm 4pm
Urgent matters can be handled by special appointment. If meetings conflict with any of the above times, the office will be closed. Call 920-582-3260 to leave a message.
Recent Web Updates
- The September 17 Town Board Meeting agenda has been posted on the Meetings page. -Sep 14
- The September 2 Town Plan Commission Meeting agenda has been posted on the Meetings page. -Aug 31
- A link to the August 2020 Fox-Wolf Basin Recovery Updates has been posted on the News/Announcements page. -Aug 17
- The August 20 Town Board Meeting agenda has been posted on the Meetings page. -Aug 14
- The August 5 Town Plan Commission Meeting agenda has been posted on the Meetings page. -Aug 3
Winneconne Town Hall
6494 County Rd. M
Winneconne, WI 54986
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