Welcome to the Village of Stockbridge, WIVillage of Stockbridge, Wisconsin * Official Website

 

Welcome to the Village of Stockbridge, Wisconsin!

 

The Village of Stockbridge is located along the east shore of Lake Winnebago about 20 miles north of the City of Fond du Lac and 15 miles south of the City of Appleton.  While we are a small community, less than 700 residents, the Village has a lot to offer.

 

Consider the excellent public school system, stunning and pisturesque parks and recreation areas, a first rate Fire Department and First Responders Unit, and over 2.5 square miles of vacant developable land.

 

New marina facilities provide direct access to Lake Winnebago for fishing, boating, and other water related activities.  The Village recently completed a long range land use plan and zoning ordinance to accomodate new residential, commercial, and industrial development, all readily served with public sanitary sewerage and water supply facilities.

 

So if you are looking for a friendly, safe and affordable community to raise your family or start a new business venture, consider the Village of Stockbridge.

 

NOTICES

CURRENT EVENTS

 

LARGE ITEM DROP OFF FOR VILLAGE RESIDENTS – MAY 2

(Please note that this is different than the Hazardous Waste & Electronic Disposals dates offered by Calumet County)

 

The Village will be providing a large item DROP OFF SITE in the parking lot south of the fire station.

This will be offered on

Saturday, May 2nd from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

 

Sign in and proof of residence will be required and the site will be monitored & no after- hours drop offs allowed.  

 

ACCEPTABLE ITEMS FOR COLLECTION

 

  • Items such as couches, chairs, tables, lamps, sinks, toilets or any other household furniture.
  • Carpeting, rugs, pads from carpeting.
  • Bedsprings, mattresses, bed frames, swing sets and wash line poles (with concrete removed) bicycles and parts.
  • Freon free appliances – ie. Washers, dryers, stoves, microwaves, water heaters and water softeners.  Refrigerators, freezers, and dehumidifiers that have been tagged by a licensed professional as a refrigerant free will be accepted.
  • Any NON-HAZARDOUS household refuse that is bagged or bundled.

 

NON-ACCEPTABLE ITEMS FOR COLLECTION

 

  • NO refrigerators, freezers or dehumidifiers which have not been tagged by a licensed professional as refrigerant free.
  • NO gasoline powered engines.
  • NO construction and remodeling debris such as drywall, plaster, shingles, siding etc.
  • NO yard waste
  • NO fluorescent light bulbs
  • NO hazardous materials, chemicals, paints or spray cans
  • NO tires
  • NO electronics – ie. TVs, computers, monitors, keyboards, printers, FAX machines, VCR/DVD/Blueray players, cameras or cell phones.

 

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SEE THE TAX & ASSESSMENT TAB FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING "OPEN BOOK" AND "BOARD OF REVIEW". 

The dates are May 7th for Open Book (4-6 p.m.) and June 8th

for Board of Review (5-7 p.m.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 EVENTS

 

 

MAY

 

1st - HAZARDOUS WASTE & ELECTRONIC DISPOSAL

Calumet County is once again sponsoring a Clean Sweep Hazardous Waste Disposal dates. May 1st from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. will be at the Calumet County Highway Shop in Chilton.  Participants MUST schedule an appointment to participate.  Call 849-1450 or viist the UW Extension website at http://calumet.uwex.edu. 

 

2nd - VILLAGE LARGE ITEM DROP OFF (Non-Hazardous)

The Village is sponsoring a large item drop off in the parking lot south of the Fire Station on the 2nd from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  Items accepted & not accepted are detailed in the notices section.  Be prepared to show ID to verify that you are a Village resident.

 

7th - OPEN BOOK WITH ASESSOR

The Village contracts with Grota Appraisals to conduct the tax assessment on all Village properties.  If you have questions regarding how your property is assessed, come to the Open Book at the Village Office on May 7th from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. to discuss. Residents are seen on a first come, first served basis.  No appointments are necessary.  For more information, please see the "Tax & Assessment" tab.

 

15th - HAZARDOUS WASTE & ELECTRONIC DISPOSAL

Calumet County is once again sponsoring a Clean Sweep Hazardous Waste Disposal dates. May 15th from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. will be at the New Holstein Public Works building.  Participants MUST schedule an appointment to participate.  Call 849-1450 or viist the UW Extension website at http://calumet.uwex.edu. 

 

15th & 16th - RUMMAGE-A-RAMA

Reduce, reuse & recycle by joining us in Stockbridge for the area rummage sales.  If you'd like to participate and be shown on the map, please contact Carolyn by April 30th at 439-1311.  For the rummagers, maps will be posted in several areas around the Village and available at participating homes.

 

15th & 16th - GARDEN CLUB PLANT SALE

Stop in by the High School to see all the perennials and other plants that will be for sale by the Stockbridge Schools Garden Club.  You will also have an opportunity to see the new Hydroponic Growing Machine that the Club is fundraising money for to purchase for the school!  If you'd like to donate any plants, please bring them in pots to the school grounds or call Janet at 439-1399 with questions.

 

 

JUNE

 

8th - BOARD OF REVIEW

The Board of Review would be for residents that attended the Open Book and still are not in agreement with what the Assessor on their property tax assessment.  You must complete an OBJECTION FORM and submit to the Village Clerk 48 hours prior to the BOR.  See the "Tax & Assessment" tab for more information.

 

JULY

 

18th & 19th - STOCKBRIDGE PICNIC & PARADE sponsored by the Stockbridge Firemen & Legion

Join us for the fun of the annual picnic & parade.  On Saturday, there is a softball tournament, outdoor mass, games, food, beverages and always a great band playing under the main pavilion.  On Sunday, start the day with the parade at 11:00 a.m.  The famous chicken dinner is served at noon until 2:00 p.m., the PTO sells tickets for the awesome gift baskets all day and there is always excellent entertainment under the main pavilion.  If you are interested in being in the parade or if you are a community group that would like to participate in the picnic, please contact Joe at 439-1468.

 

 

STOCKBRIDGE AREA BUSINESSES

RELATED LINKS

 

- To be connected to the Calumet County Parks Facebook Page that will update you on the status of the sledding hill, cross country trails and snowmobiles trails CLICK HERE

 

- To check conditions of the water or ice at the Harbor Bar CLICK HERE

 

- Snowmobile Trail Information CLICK HERE

 

- Looking for Something to do with your Kids in the Area CLICK   HERE

 

-  DNR Explore Outdoors Website:  CLICK HERE

 

- Lake Winnebago Fishing Reports:  CLICK HERE

 

- Ledgeview Nature Center Activities: CLICK HERE

 

- Calumet County Tourism:  CLICK HERE

 

- Calumet County Business:  CLICK HERE

 

- Calumet County Crime Stoppers: CLICK HERE

 

- Discover Wisconsin:  CLICK HERE

 

- Anything & Everything Wisconsin:  CLICK HERE

 

- UW-Extension Information:  CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

 

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