ALERT
The Town office will be CLOSED Thursday 2/22 & Tuesday 2/27.

Welcome!

The Town of Freedom is a rapidly growing community with a population of 6,057. Freedom is actually at the crossroads of the Fox Valley, located halfway between Appleton and Green Bay on County E and halfway between Kaukauna and Seymour on State Highway 55 in Outagamie County.

The Town of Freedom shares borders with: Center, Osborn, Oneida, Kaukauna, Grand Chute and Vandenbroek.
Freedom First Responders
Freedom Fire Department
Freedom Fire Department
The Town of Freedom shares borders with: Center, Osborn, Oneida, Kaukauna, Grand Chute and Vandenbroek.
Freedom Area Historical Society
The Town of Freedom shares borders with: Center, Osborn, Oneida, Kaukauna, Grand Chute and Vandenbroek.
Freedom Fire Department
Freedom Fire Department
The Town of Freedom shares borders with: Center, Osborn, Oneida, Kaukauna, Grand Chute and Vandenbroek.
The Town of Freedom shares borders with: Center, Osborn, Oneida, Kaukauna, Grand Chute and Vandenbroek.
St. Peters Church
Freedom Middle School
Freedom Elementary School
Freedom High School
The Town of Freedom shares borders with: Center, Osborn, Oneida, Kaukauna, Grand Chute and Vandenbroek.

 PUBLIC NOTICES

We are seeking applications for Seasonal Park Laborer - Click Here

DRAFT 2-28-2024 Town Board Minutes

DRAFT 2-14-2024 Plan Commission Minutes

Notice of Spring Election - Town of Freedom

Next Park Committee Meeting - March 6, 2024

The following Ordinance was adopted at the January 24, 2024 Board Meeting:
Ordinance 24-01

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING ANY PROBLEMS WHILE RENTING THE TOWN HALL, VFW HALL, OR PAVILLION AFTER HOURS, PLEASE CALL 920-915-6255

 

 

TOWN HALL OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Thursday

8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Closed Friday 

HOLIDAY HOURS - we are closed New Years Day


 ALL NIGHT PARKING PROHIBITED from November 1 through March 31 between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. - no person shall park a vehicle on any street or road within the Town.


All Town of Freedom Parks shall be closed from 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. the following day. Dogs are not allowed in the park - only service dogs!


Dog Licenses - for 2024 Calendar Year (after March 31st a $5.00 late fee will be imposed)

Dog tags for 2024 are $15.00 or $10.00 if spayed or neutered. Dog tags can be obtained at the Town Hall or by mail. Please send proof of rabies vaccination, and list the name, gender, breed and color of the dog. Send with self-addressed stamped envelope to: Town of Freedom, P.O. Box 1007, Freedom, WI 54131.  We  will return the dog tag, your receipt and any documentation to you.  


Town of Freedom Comprehensive Plan 2020-2040


**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  allowed on TOWN ROADS in the Town of Freedom.

ATV/UTV's  are legal to ride on county or state roads within the Town of Freedom where speed limits are 35 miles per hour or less and posted as ATV/UTV routes.  

 


 REMINDER TO OUTAGAMIE RESIDENTS, DON'T GET TAGGED!

Plastic bags, batteries, shredded paper and more are too frequently being placed into curbside recycling carts, leading Outagamie County Recycling and Solid Waste (OCRSW) to step up its “Oops Tag” program. Tags are a friendly reminder of what should and shouldn’t be placed into your recycling cart.

 Here’s how it works: When drivers collecting curbside recycling see a cart with material(s) that shouldn’t be in it, they’ll place an Oops Tag on it with a note alerting the resident as to what shouldn’t have been placed inside. Depending on the amount of non-recyclable materials inside the cart, the driver may elect not to empty it to avoid contaminating the entire load. 

For a complete list of what is and what isn’t recyclable, please visit OCRSW’s website

BURNING OF LEAVES, BRUSH, CLEAN WOOD OR OTHER VEGETATIVE MATERIALS IN THE SANITARY DISTRICT - The burning of all leaves, brush, clean wood or other vegetative materials in the sanitary district is strictly prohibited.  Any burning of leaves, brush, clean wood or other vegetative materials outside of the sanitary is allowed.   A burn permit is required.

 The Town Garage/Brush Drop Off site OPEN from April 1st to November 13th each year- CLOSED for the 2023 SEASON.   Hours of operation are: Mon. & Wed. 7 am- 8 pm, Tues., Thurs., and Fri 7 am - 2:30 pm, Sat. 7 am - 4 pm, Sun. - Closed.  Hours may vary. 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 GARBAGE, NO STUMPS, NO ROOT BALLS, NO PLANTS, FLOWERS OR GARDEN PRODUCTS!   ANYONE CAUGHT ILLEGALLY DUMPING WILL BE PROSECUTED!         

More changes will be made if misuse of the Brush Drop Off site continues.  

RESIDENTIAL TIRE DISPOSAL - Free Tire Day will not take place in 2024 and will be re-visited during the 2025 budget planning session.


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.

2024 Garbage/Recycling Schedule

Social Security Offices Near Me                   Click Here for more information


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 darnoldussen@juno.com


 Outagamie County Mass Notification System – Follow this link to sign up for updates on what is happening in your area!