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Monday, April 17, 2017

Village Monthly Reports

Are you aware that the Village posts a monthly report? No? Each month the Village posts a monthly report highlighting departmental accomplishments for the month prior, priorities for the current month, and metrics on various service or resident related items. Take a look at last months report and catch up on the latest Village news! Don't wait. Click HERE to view our monthly reports for 2017!!

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Downtown Visioning Workshop

Please join us for an evening of brainstorming. Village staff and the Little Chute Business Association is looking for suggestions to enhance the overall look and feel of downtown. Bring a friend or family member, all are encouraged to attend this visioning session. We hope to see you there!


Friday, March 31, 2017

Plans to Revitalize Downtown Little Chute

Over the years, Little Chute has had a tremendous amount of growth. As gathered from a community-wide survey, the downtown has consistently been ranked by residents as a top priority. Furthermore, Little Chute plans to revitalize the downtown by revamping its existing Old World European architectural design. The Revitalization Plan will focus on three primary areas: economic growth, multi-family opportunities, and improved transportation flow for businesses.

If you would like to be part of any of these efforts or have an interest in developing in downtown Little Chute, please read the article below.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Perscription Drug Take Back Event - October 22

           PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY COMING TO FVMPD OCTOBER 22                                                                          
The Fox Valley Metro Police Department, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Justice, will coordinate a Prescription Drug Take Back initiative on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 11am-2pm at the Little Chute Village Hall located at 108 W. Main St.

This effort will continue to bring focus to the issue of prescription opiate abuse highlighted by the Wisconsin Department of Justice’s Dose of Reality campaign to prevent prescription painkiller abuse. The goal of the Take Back Day is to provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of disposal, while also educating the community about the potential for abuse of these medications.

Find a Take Back location near you at

Unused or expired medicine should never be flushed or poured down the drain. Water reclamation facilities are not designed to remove all of them and trace amounts of pharmaceuticals are showing up in rivers and lakes around the world.

“With the opiate epidemic devastating families and communities across our state, we must work together to remove unused prescription painkillers from circulation. They need to be collected and destroyed,” Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel said. “This program will also reduce the environmental hazards associated with the improper disposal of unused prescription drugs.”


All waste pharmaceuticals must be generated by a household – no businesses are allowed.

Bring:  Prescription (controlled and non-controlled) and over-the-counter medications, ointments, patches, non-aerosol sprays, creams, vials and pet medications.

Do Not Bring:  Illegal drugs, needles/sharps, inhalers, aerosol cans, bio-hazardous materials (anything containing a bodily fluid or blood), personal care products (shampoo, soaps, lotions, sunscreen), household hazardous waste (paint, pesticides, oil, gas), mercury thermometers.
  • Participants may dispose of solid, non-liquid medication(s) by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into a disposal box or into a clear sealable plastic bag. Plastic pill containers should not be collected. Blister packages are acceptable without the medications being removed
  • Liquids will be accepted during this initiative.  However, the liquids, creams and sprays must be in their original packaging and evenly distributed within the boxes of collected solid prescription medications.  Liquids without the original packaging will not be accepted.
  • Illicit substances such as marijuana or methamphetamine are not a part of this initiative and should not be placed in collection containers. 

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Help Protect Your Family

Outagamie County is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with AtHoc, to implement a new mass notification system that allows citizens to self register for emergency alerts.  When an emergency happens in your neighborhood and the 911 center needs to get urgent information to you, AtHoc will ensure you get critical alerts and actionable information.  You may also register to receive weather information.  You want to be selective on the weather alerts so you are not getting overwhelmed with general weather statements.  Some priority selections to consider should be severe thunderstorm warning and tornado warning.

Sign Up Instructions for Emergency Alerts:
1.     Visit and click on the AtHoc icon in the lower left hand corner
2.     On the next page click on the registration link:
3.     On the registration page, enter the requested information, e.g. first name, last name, username, password
4.     Once you click on register you will be brought to another page which requires more detail in regards to your location and contact information
5.     Once your name, address and phone number is completed, you may also choose to select any weather alerts you wish to receive
6.     When you are finished, press “Save”
7.     Review your profile and make any needed changes
8.     When alerts are issued you will receive them

9.     Remember your user name and password as you may wish to edit/update your profile in the future

Monday, June 20, 2016

Little Chute Releases 2016 Community Survey

Earlier this year, the Village of Little Chute partnered with the UW River Falls Survey Research Center.  In April 2016, the Survey Research Center (SRC) at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls mailed surveys to 1,101 randomly selected households in the Village, followed by a second mailing to non-respondents two weeks later.

The SRC received 471 useable responses, for a net response rate of 48%.  Based on the estimated number of adults in the population of Little Chute (8,148), the results provided in the report are expected to be accurate to within plus or minus 4.4% with 95% confidence.

The effort of the survey is actually part of a larger strategy, that being the 2015-2019 Strategic Plan.  The data collected in this survey will assist in policy creation, future decision making and assist with providing data in a number of key areas for the Village of Little Chute.  Perhaps most pressing, data from the report will be utilized as staff continue to work on a cohesive marketing effort for future economic development efforts in the Village, particularly in the Downtown/Central Business District.

Finally, the Village Board of Trustees and Village staff would like to thank the residents of Little Chute for sharing their time and opinion during this effort.  With a response rate of 48%, it is safe to say that the residents of Little Chute are engaged.  We look forward to working on continually improving Village government, not only to meet your expectations that our residents clearly have for our community, but to exceed them!  

You can find the full report for the survey on the Village's Strategic Planning landing page (linked in the left column) or by clicking here

Friday, May 6, 2016

Total Housing Units/ Building Permits

As collected by The Business News Magazine, the 2016 Book of Lists indicates the number of total housing units/building permits in the Village of Little Chute. The Village's economy has been steadily growing over the years. This represents an increase in demand for individuals seeking to invest in the area. This is a good indicator for community development; work for staff has been plentiful. This list will be added to the 2016 Comprehensive Plan.

As represented in the 2015 data below, Little Chute ranks #9, with a total of 114 total units. In 2016, Little Chute had about 122 total units.