To register to vote or request an absentee ballot, visit www.myvote.wi.gov. For more information about voter registrations or absentee ballots, click here. Questions? Call the Freedom Town Office at 920-788-4548
Dogs are not allowed in the park - only service dogs
Plan Commission Meeting - Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 5:30p.m. - Freedom Town Hall
Notice of Public Hearing on Comprehensive Plan Amendment
The Town of Freedom Plan Commission will conduct a Public Hearing at the Town Hall on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 5:30p.m. to hear comment from the public in support or objective to the proposed ordinance to adopt the Recommended Town of Freedom Comprehensive Plan 2020-2040.
The Comprehrensive Plan is a compilation of goals, objectives, policies, maps, programs and recommendations that will help guide the Town over the next 20-year planning period.
All persons wishing to be heard in support or objecting to the changes to the Town of Freedom Comprehensive Plan are requested to be present at this Public Hearing.
Below are the Town of Freedom Comprehensive Plan 2020-2040 and Future Land Use Map:
Dog licenses can be obtained at the same time you pay your taxes. Please issue a separate check for the dog tag and one for the taxes. This can also be done by mail. We will send the dog tag as well as the receipt for your taxes generally within one week. Please send proof of rabies vaccination, and list the name, gender, breed and color of the dog.
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**FROM DNR. Warden: Violation of “illegal operation of an ATV or UTV in the vicinity of a highway” is $232.00. This covers operating illegally on the paved surface as well as in the ditch!***
Town of Freedom Ordinance No. 19-01 - Does not include County or State Highways - an ordinance authorizing all-terrain/utility terrain vehicle trains and routes within the Town of Freedom, Outagamie County, Wisconsin.
Please remember ATV’s/UTV’s are only allowed on TOWN ROADS in the Town of Freedom.
They are NOT legal to ride on county or state roads within the Town of Freedom.
When county roads become available, we will post them.
The 2020 Census is Coming!
The U.S. Constitution mandates that everyone in the country be counted every 10 years. Completing the census is mandatory: It's a way to participate in our democracy and say "I COUNT!" An invitation to respond online to the 2020 Census will be mailed out between March 12-20. For more information go to 2020census.gov.
Municipal Emergency Proclamation
Resolution No. 20-02
Resolution No. 20-03
Resolution No. 20-04
Outagamie County Mass Notification System – Follow this link to sign up for updates on what is happening in your area!
NOTICE all Town Buildings, Parks, Playgrounds, and Bathrooms are NOW OPEN and available for public use. However, please continue to be mindful of COVID-19. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR OWN HEALTH AND SANITIZING. General Public Guidelines - We need your help to ensure we best keep you and our staff healthy. Click on the link for the general guidelines.
BURNING OF LEAVES, BRUSH, CLEAN WOOD OR OTHER VEGETATIVE MATERIALS IN RESIDENTIAL AREAS - The burning of all leaves, brush, clean wood or other vegetative materials in any residential area is strictly prohibited. Any burning of leaves, brush, clean wood or other vegetative materials outside of any residential area is allowed but only with an approved permit from the hours between 4 PM and 9 PM.
Burning Permit Application
The Town Garage/Brush Drop Off site is NOW OPEN 24/7. The property is covered by surveillance camera. This is ONLY for TOWN of FREEDOM RESIDENTS! They are accepting leaves, grass and brush. Branches can only be 4 to 5" in diameter, no logs! NO STUMPS!
Trash & Recycling Container Placement
Please remember to properly place your weekly trash and recycling containers along your street. The containers should be positioned four feet from the paved road surface for roads with ditches or as close to the backside of the curb as possible for roads with curb & gutter. Properly placing the containers allows the snow plowing crews to do a better job of plowing and also minimizes the potential for damage to the containers. Garbage and recycling bins should be placed by 5am along the road/curb for pickup.
2020 Garbage/Recycling Schedule
Social Security Offices Near Me
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Meals on Wheels - Looking for volunteers Monday thru Friday, every other month, only once a week for about 1 hour. January, March, May, July, September & November. Splitting up routes. Call Dennis at 920-766-2908 or firstname.lastname@example.org