Town of Winneconne
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Property Fraud Notification Service
Posted: September 14, 2017

Protect your most valuable investment - subscribe to the free property fraud notification service.

July Town Board Meeting Announcement
Posted: July 2, 2017

The Town Board meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. rather than on Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.

Safe Routes to Parks Survey
Posted: July 2, 2017

Take the Survey

Advanced Disposal-Omro Transfer Station Notice

April 19-21 the Advanced Disposal-Omro Transfer Station will be closed. No one will be allowed to bring anything to this location to dump and get rid of.

Burning Dry Leaves and Yard Waste
Posted: March 7, 2016

Town Ordinance allows for burning of dry leaves and yard waste, provided the fire is supervised by an adult.

If you are planning any large area burns please notify Winnebago County at their non-emergency number - 920-236-7300.

Report a Crime

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Let’s keep property/mortgage fraud out of Winnebago County!

Register today FREE OF CHARGE at or 1-800-728-3858

Property/mortgage fraud is the fastest-growing white collar crime in the country according to the FBI. Fraudulent deeds, powers of attorney, satisfactions, etc. are recorded without the property owner’s knowledge. From there, these documents are used to transfer title of property or to obtain money illegally.

By registering for Property Fraud Alert, you, as a Winnebago County property owner, will receive an e-mail or phone call alert whenever a document has been recorded under your name. If an identity thief records a fraudulent document to obtain funds or your property, you will be notified immediately and can take steps to stop it.

Questions? Contact us at (920) 236-4881


The 911 Cell Phone Bank and the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office Crime Prevention Division will partner to help seniors and crime victims by collecting and distributing cell phones.

Under the partnership, funds will be raised for the Winnebago County Crime Prevention Fund (Reducing Crime Enhancing Safety) and free emergency 911 cell phones will be provided to those in need.

Please drop off your used cell phones at the Town Hall and they will be turned in to the 911 Cell Phone Bank.



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