Village of Allouez

Village of Allouez Welcome to The Village of Allouez's page.. where everyday we walk from a historic past into a bright and exciting future.
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Allouez – Old in Stature, Young in Spirit Named after the French Jesuit priest and missionary, Father Claude-Jean Allouez, our Village is proud of its historic roots. From humble beginnings as a shanty town along the banks of the Fox River, Allouez is now a quiet residential village boasting tree-lined avenues and stately homes. Beautiful parks, miles of river trails and a supportive business community make Allouez a desirable place to grow a family or a business. Our Allouez promise of being “Historically Progressive” is seen throughout the village. However, it’s best represented by two iconic symbols of old and new– Heritage Hill, (a working historical community) and the newly engineered Hwy 172 bridge. Our belief of building a bright future on a historic past makes Allouez special. Come visit us and you’ll see.

Mission: MISSION: We are to be a responsive municipal government which provides efficient and cost effective services to a proud residential and business community.

03/12/2020
Make Payments Online

Help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by making your Village payments online.

Visit our website villageofallouez.com to pay for your water bill, municipal court ticket, and building permit. You can even rent our parks facilities, pay your dog license, and purchase a new garbage bin online.

Due to the unique circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Village will temporary allow for the payment of water bills, recreation programming, building inspection permits, and other general Village services by phone with a credit or debit card. Call 920-448-2800 to make a payment.

Allouez Watch News- March 2020. http://www.villageofallouez.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Allouez-Watch-News-March-2020...
03/11/2020

Allouez Watch News- March 2020.

http://www.villageofallouez.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Allouez-Watch-News-March-2020.pdf

Registration for our Summer/Fall programs begins on April 1.Programs include: Dance for Children with Special Needs, Hen...
03/10/2020

Registration for our Summer/Fall programs begins on April 1.

Programs include: Dance for Children with Special Needs, Henna Workshop, and Youth Tennis!!

Extension Brown County Agriculture
03/10/2020

Extension Brown County Agriculture

This meeting is ideal for anyone looking into starting their own flock or maybe are having some issues with their current flock. We will cover the basics to help you get started as well as recommendations for dealing with common problems with raising chickens (or other poultry species). RSVP by March 18th.

https://2020backyardchicken.eventbrite.com

Reminder: Registration is open for all Allouez Summer Adult Leagues.Leagues include:- Softball- Bean Bags- KickballSign-...
03/10/2020

Reminder: Registration is open for all Allouez Summer Adult Leagues.
Leagues include:
- Softball
- Bean Bags
- Kickball

Sign-up early to secure your teams spot in any of these leagues.

NeighborWorks Green Bay
03/10/2020

NeighborWorks Green Bay

Is someone you know elderly, low to moderate income, or disabled and in need of home repair? The week of June 14th through the 19th, NeighborWorks Green Bay and Trinity Lutheran Church will partner again for Reframe Titletown 2020. Teens from across the country will come to the area to help with repairs for those who are elderly, low to moderate income, or disabled. Material and labor is provided at no cost to the homeowner. Go to our website at nwgreenbay.org for an application and more information.

League of Women Voters of Wisconsin
03/09/2020

League of Women Voters of Wisconsin

Did you know you can ask your city clerk to mail you ballots for all the elections this year? Never miss a ballot! Request your ballot and check its status at myvote.wi.gov.

#BeAWisconsinVoter

Image: Thinking about voting absentee? Any eligible voter can request an absentee ballot. Request yours at myvote.wi.gov.

03/07/2020
Green Bay and Allouez Animal Hospital

Please enjoy the great weather this weekend, but be sure when out on a walk with your pets be sure to have them leashed.

Watch the video clip below from Green Bay Allouez Animal Hospital about keeping your self and your pets safe while out on trails.

Join us live as we talk with our very own GBPD Humane Officer, Officer Meves about common issues pet owners face in our community.

Green Bay Police Department

https://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/foxriver/ which lists the trail rules. Per the website

“Pet owners, please be sure to have your pet on a leash, 8 feet or shorter, at all times”

https://greenbaywi.gov/DocumentCenter/View/89/Municipal-Code-Chapter-08-Public-Health-and-Wellness-PDF

*Chapter 8.08 and 8.09 refer to the dog and cat ordinances.

2020 State Trail passes are now available for purchase at Allouez Village Hall.
03/06/2020

2020 State Trail passes are now available for purchase at Allouez Village Hall.

Reminder to all trail users. When enjoying our trails with your 4 legged family members, please be sure to pick-up any m...
03/06/2020

Reminder to all trail users. When enjoying our trails with your 4 legged family members, please be sure to pick-up any messes they create on the walk. If you do not have clean-up bags there are stations along the trail. Once cleaned up please be sure to dispose of properly, either in a trash receptacle at a park/along the trail or at home.

Please help the Village to keep our trails and parks clean and user friendly for all.

03/05/2020
Green Bay Crime Reports - Police, Fire, and Rescue

UPDATE - FOUND SAFE!!
Approx 12:40 pm 3/5/20 From BCSO:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE/Assist
BCSO looking for special needs missing adult male w/autism. BLACK JACKET BURGUNDY SHIRT/JEANS M IS RAYMOND A DUVA 03 05 74. Last seen around 9am on Lebrun St in Allouez/ East De Pere border.

UPDATE: 2:10 pm

Missing male FOUND safe

Village of Allouez looking to add more pet waste stations
03/05/2020
Village of Allouez looking to add more pet waste stations

Village of Allouez looking to add more pet waste stations

ALLOUEZ, Wis. (WFRV) – The Village of Allouez is looking to keep the community cleaner with pet waste stations in parks, along trails, and other public properties. The pet waste stations have…

St. Matthew Men’s Club Wild Game Feed charity – March 5 in Green Bay
03/05/2020
St. Matthew Men’s Club Wild Game Feed charity – March 5 in Green Bay

St. Matthew Men’s Club Wild Game Feed charity – March 5 in Green Bay

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – It’s a popular fundraiser in Green Bay, the 37th Annual St. Matthew Men’s Club Charity Wild Game Feed. The Wild Game Feed features food, raffles, and more. This year the Wi…

Make sure to order your flowers this year!!!
03/04/2020

Make sure to order your flowers this year!!!

We’re happy to announce we are once again partnering with Allouez Lions Club for the annual rose and spring bouquet sale. For just $15, you can send a cheery spring mixed bouquet or a dozen roses to Mom, a friend, co-worker or neighbor. And, of course, don’t forget yourself!

It’s easy to make someone’s day. Just place your order by March 18 and we’ll take care of the delivery on March 27 and 28. Flowers can be delivered to homes or businesses in Allouez, Bellevue, Denmark, De Pere, Green Bay, Gillett, Howard and Suamico.

Any Allouez Beautification Committee member would be happy to take your order. You may also call Dorothy at 847-322-4682 or email [email protected] or call Marlene at 920-336-6047.

All proceeds go back into the community by helping with the Lions’ many projects and by helping ABC to purchase flowers for our beds and pots along Webster Avenue and Riverside Drive this summer. (Yay, more flowers!)

Please feel free to help us spread the word by sharing this post with friends and co-workers. We would love to be VERY busy on delivery weekend! Thanks so much for your support of ABC.

On March 12, 2020 every household in our community (except those with PO Boxes) will receive an invitation letter from t...
03/03/2020

On March 12, 2020 every household in our community (except those with PO Boxes) will receive an invitation letter from the United States Census Bureau inviting them to complete the census form - https://www2.census.gov/programs-surveys/decennial/2020/technical-documentation/questionnaires-and-instructions/questionnaires/2020-informational-questionnaire.pdf

This email is meant to familiarize everyone with the letter and form.

Federal funds, grants and support to states, counties and communities are based on population totals and breakdowns by sex, age, race and other factors. Your community benefits the most when the census counts everyone. When you respond to the census, you help your community gets its fair share of the more than $675 billion per year in federal funds spent on schools, hospitals, roads, public works and other vital programs.

Note: The Census Bureau is using the internet to securely collect your information. Responding online helps them conserve natural resources, save taxpayer money, and process data more efficiently. If you are unable to complete your 2020 Census questionnaire online, they will send you a paper questionnaire in a few weeks to complete and mail back. The census is so important that your response is required by law, and your answers are kept completely confidential. If you do not respond, they will need to send a Census Bureau interviewer to your home to collect your answers in person.

Help support the YMCA today!!!
03/03/2020

Help support the YMCA today!!!

Today is a great day to make a donation to the Y! Investors Community Bank will be matching donations made today. We'll even serve you lunch on us!

There has recently been an increase in media attention on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Currently, there has not ...
03/02/2020

There has recently been an increase in media attention on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Currently, there has not been any person-to-person spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, but there are still many other respiratory illnesses, including influenza, that are circulating. It is believed that the main way COVID-19 spreads to others is when someone with the virus coughs or sneezes, and this is the same way influenza and other respiratory illnesses spread. Because of that, here is a reminder of important steps you can take to protect yourselves and your families.
• Cover your coughs and sneezes with your sleeve or a disposable tissue, and wash your hands after coughing or sneezing.
• Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially before eating, after going to the bathroom, and after sneezing, coughing, or blowing your nose. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
• People who are sick should stay home from work, school, or childcare until they are fever free for 24 hours without medicine.
• Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
• Wipe down frequently touched surfaces (i.e., doorknobs, tabletops, phones, keyboards) with a disinfectant regularly, both at home and in the workplace.
• Employers should emphasize with their staff the importance of staying home when sick. Employers may want to explore tele-commute, other work-from-home options, or changing their attendance/sick-leave policies temporarily.

Brown County Emergency Management
03/02/2020

Brown County Emergency Management

With temperatures rising and possible rain in the forecast for the next week or two, we want to remind everyone to prepare for any potential flooding we may be facing. Remember to check out our Flood Webpage to see where you live in relation to the floodplain. Please follow these tips if you or someone you know may experience flooding.

FLOODINGinBC.com

#BePreparedBrownCounty

Ring found: A ring was found at Green Isle Park and we would like to get it back to the proper owner. Inside the ring th...
02/28/2020

Ring found: A ring was found at Green Isle Park and we would like to get it back to the proper owner. Inside the ring there are intials engraved and the date of 9-8-72. If this may be your ring or you know who's it may be please call 920-448-2800.

Be Informed.  Plan Ahead.  Take Action.For more information, go to - https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/publications/p0/p0063...
02/27/2020

Be Informed. Plan Ahead. Take Action.

For more information, go to -
https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/publications/p0/p00631.pdf

Seeking Plan Commission MembersThe Plan Commission performs a wide variety of functions identified in the Comprehensive ...
02/27/2020

Seeking Plan Commission Members

The Plan Commission performs a wide variety of functions identified in the Comprehensive Plan related to community planning and land use development. Formal roles are outlined in state statutes and local ordinances while informal roles evolve as a result of the nature of the plan commission’s work (e.g.: review of plats, changes in zoning ordinances and recommendations on zoning requests, and planning bicycle and pedestrian accommodations).

Plan Commission meets the 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Allouez Village Hall if items are referred by the Village Board.


Chapter 475, Zoning of the Allouez Code can be viewed at https://www.ecode360.com/30160752

Application to serve on this committee can be found on our website -http://www.villageofallouez.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Committee-Application-1.pdf

For more information, please contact Debbie Baenen, Village Clerk-Treasurer at [email protected] or (920)448-2800.

Seeking Historic Preservation Committee Member (HPC)The Historic Preservation Committee meets quarterly (as well as inte...
02/26/2020

Seeking Historic Preservation Committee Member (HPC)

The Historic Preservation Committee meets quarterly (as well as intermittently if needed) the 4th Wednesday of January, April, July and October at 6:00 pm at the Allouez Village Hall. This committee is responsible for designating historic landmarks, establishing historic districts, regulating all historic landmarks and all property within each historic district to preserve the historic landmarks and property within the district and the character of the district.

Chapter 248, Historic Preservation of the Allouez Code can be viewed at https://www.ecode360.com/30157862 .

Application to serve on this committee can be found on our website -http://www.villageofallouez.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Committee-Application-1.pdf

Help support the Broadview YMCA today.
02/17/2020

Help support the Broadview YMCA today.

Tom is on the roof today to help raise funds for or Annual Campaign! Many thanks to Home Team Sports for matching our first $1500 in donations today. He can come down when we hit our $5000 goal. You can stop in our even call to make your donation today!

Allouez Watch News for February 2020. http://www.villageofallouez.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Allouez-Watch-News-Febr...
02/14/2020
www.villageofallouez.com

Allouez Watch News for February 2020.

http://www.villageofallouez.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Allouez-Watch-News-February-2020-1.pdf

02/14/2020

JOB ROLE: The role of a Camp Counselor is to serve as a leader, role model, and hero to campers ages 6 – 12. Your primary responsibility is overall supervision. You are to ensure campers' well-being and to make their camp experience as fun and rewarding as possible.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive and other duties may be required and assigned.
• Organize and lead a variety of group activities each week. Activities may include crafts, nature, songs, games, opening and closing ceremonies, Movies in the Park, etc.
• Know, enforce, and follow all safety guidelines associated with the camp and all program areas. This includes but is not limited to being responsible for campers’ safety and their whereabouts at all times.
• Develops positive relationships with fellow staff, supervisors, program participants, their families and the general public.
• Communicate with parents about participant’s experiences and report concerns to Camp Leadership.
• Assist in maintaining accurate program records including incident reports, logbook documentation, time sheets, and daily attendance.
• Assist the Recreation Coordinator with Village special events.
• Responsible for supervision of assigned facility during work hours (including but not limited to security, organization, cleanliness, and safety).
• Reports all significant events, problems, issues or occurrences to immediate supervisor.
• Reports to work on time each day and remains at the site until closing, unless otherwise directed by supervisor.
• Assures the safe keeping of all equipment.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma or equivalent and some work experience is preferred.
• Must be at least 18 years of age.
• Current CPR, First Aid and AED certification or must be able to obtain certifications with Village Assistance.
• Education classes or experience in camp, youth programs, recreation, working with children, or in a related field.
• Must have transportation to and from work site.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Ability to work with school age children.
• Ability to lead, plan, organize, and participate in a variety of program activities.
• Ability to interact with parents/guardians when necessary
• Ability to work outdoors for extended periods of time.
• Ability to work as a member of a team and the ability to accomplish tasks with
little direct supervision.

SUPERVISION/DECISION MAKING: Does not supervise other staff. Decisions affect the operation of the program. Receives general supervision and works as a part of a team on routine work from standard practices and procedures.

INTERACTION: Frequent contact with campers, co-workers, immediate supervisor, residents, and general public. Contacts involve routine matters where information is furnished or obtained.

HOURS OF WORK: Camp runs from mid-June through late August.
• Time commitment: Up to 40 hours each week

Apply by:
- Completing an Allouez Employment Application (http://www.villageofallouez.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Village-of-Allouez-application.pdf)
- Email completed application to: [email protected] of allouez.com
- Mail/Drop-Off: Allouez Village Hall, Attn: Matt Hahn, 1900 Libal St., Green Bay, WI 54301

02/14/2020

JOB PURPOSE: Umpire adult athletic leagues including softball and/or kickball. Leagues are held in the evenings at Green Isle Park.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive and other duties may be required and assigned.
• Make calls for each play (safe/out, ball.strike)
• Maintain control of game
• Secure Green Isle shelter at the end of each evening
• Responsible for all Department equipment. Exercise proper care when using either village property. Report any damages or hazards to the Recreation Coordinator.
• Communicate regularly with the Recreation Coordinator regarding any concerns.
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: A high school diploma or equivalent and some work experience are preferred.
• Must be at least 18 year or older
• Prior experience umpiring softball/baseball or kickball games preferred.
• Preferred athletic experience as a JV or higher competition level in baseball/softball
• Ability to communicate effectively with patrons.
• Be able to work independently with little or no supervision.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of softball and kickball rules is a must. Ability to actively move throughout the evening, for up to 4 games a night.

SUPERVISION/DECISION MAKING: Does not supervise others. Decisions affect the operation of the work unit. Receives general supervision and works alone on routine work from standard practices and procedures.

INTERACTION: Frequent contact with immediate supervisor and participants

HOURS OF WORK: Softball leagues are offered weekday evenings for spring/summer and fall leagues. Kickball league is weekday evenings for spring/summer. Leagues take place at Green Isle Park. Times vary depending upon league enrollment

This job description is intended to describe the functions and minimum requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of all duties, responsibilities or requirements. The Village reserves the right to add, change or delete functions of this position at any time.

Complete a Village Application (http://www.villageofallouez.com/community/employment) and
e-mail: [email protected]

Mail to:
Village of Allouez
Attn: Matt Hahn
1900 Libal St.
Green Bay, WI 54311

Address

1900 Libal St
Allouez, WI
54301

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Opening Hours

Monday 07:30 - 16:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 16:00
Wednesday 07:30 - 16:00
Thursday 07:30 - 16:00
Friday 07:30 - 16:00

Telephone

(920) 448-2800

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