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.

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.

WEDC’s We’re All In Small Business GrantThe online grant application will be ACCESSIBLE FOR ONE WEEK from 8 a.m. Monday,...
06/04/2020

WEDC’s We’re All In Small Business Grant

The online grant application will be ACCESSIBLE FOR ONE WEEK from 8 a.m. Monday, June 15, through 11:59 p.m. Sunday, June 21.

Funded by the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the We’re All In Small Business Grant Program will provide $2,500 to 30,000 Wisconsin small businesses to assist with the costs of business interruption or for health and safety improvements, wages and salaries, rent, mortgages and inventory.

https://wedc.org/programs-and-resources/wai-small-business-grant/

On Tuesday June 2 the Allouez Village Board approved a plan for reopening Village of Allouez Facilities based on a phase...
06/03/2020
Allouez Facility Reopening Plan - Village of Allouez

On Tuesday June 2 the Allouez Village Board approved a plan for reopening Village of Allouez Facilities based on a phase approach closely following that of the State’s Badger Bounce Back Plan. Information on this plan can be found at the link below.

https://www.villageofallouez.com/2020/06/allouez-facility-reopening-plan/

On Tuesday June 2 the Allouez Village Board approved a plan for reopening Village of Allouez Facilities based on a […]

AMENDED Proclamation of Emergency has been issued ordering an emergency curfew in the Village of Allouez from 9 p.m. to ...
06/02/2020

AMENDED Proclamation of Emergency has been issued ordering an emergency curfew in the Village of Allouez from 9 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. beginning on Wednesday, June 3rd and ending on Monday, June 8th
https://www.villageofallouez.com/2020/06/proclamation-of-emergency/
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A proclamation of emergency has been issued ordering an emergency curfew in the Village of Allouez from 9 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. beginning on Tuesday, June 2nd and ending on Thursday, June 4th

Village of Allouez offices at 1900 Libal Street will re-open to the public during normal business hours beginning June 1...
05/29/2020
Village of Allouez offices re-open on June 1st - Village of Allouez

Village of Allouez offices at 1900 Libal Street will re-open to the public during normal business hours beginning June 1st.

Office hours from June 1st through October 30th are Monday – Thursday 7am – 4:30pm and Friday 7am – 11am.

Residents are encouraged to continue to conduct Village business using the village website, www.villageofallouez.com, or by calling the office at 920-448-2800. Visitors entering the village hall are asked to use hand sanitizer provided, obey all signage and are highly encouraged to wear a face mask. Residents are encouraged to use the 2 drop boxes located outside the village hall rather than entering whenever possible.

Thank you for your cooperation as we try to keep you and our staff safe.

https://www.villageofallouez.com/2020/05/village-of-allouez-offices-re-open-on-june-1st/

Village of Allouez offices at 1900 Libal Street will re-open to the public during normal business hours beginning June 1st. […]

We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the Gast family.  Randy was a Village Trustee (2006-2015), Village ...
05/28/2020
View Randall Gast's Obituary on greenbaypressgazette.com and share memories

We would like to extend our heartfelt condolences to the Gast family. Randy was a Village Trustee (2006-2015), Village President (2015-2016) and Village Attorney (2017-present) and will be missed. May he rest in peace.

Randall Lee "Randy" Gast, age 56, of Green Bay, passed away surrounded by his wife and children on May 26, 2020 after a courageous and valiant battle

05/27/2020

JOB PURPOSE:
This is a part-time position that is responsible for custodial and janitorial duties at the Allouez Community Center.

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.
• Cleans and performs general custodial duties inside the facility.
• Sweeps and wet mops floors.
• Cleans, sanitizes and stocks restrooms and kitchen area.
• Removes trash from site.
• Cleans windows, tables, chairs, and fixtures.
• General setup of tables and chairs for various recreation programming as needed.
• Alerts supervisor of facility issues or needs.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
• A high school diploma or equivalent.
• Some work experience is preferred.
• Must be 18 years of age or older.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Knowledge of chemical use in janitorial operations.
• Knowledge of custodial and facility cleaning practices.
• Ability to perform manual labor.
• Ability to stand, bend, kneel, reach, climb, walk for extended periods of time.
• Ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
• Ability to work independently and schedule own work with little to no immediate supervision.
• Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the public.

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

INTERACTION:
Limited contact with immediate supervisor and facility users. Contacts involve routine matters where information is furnished or obtained. Customer service is essential.

HOURS OF WORK:
Typical working hours for this position are daily, Sunday through Saturday, following programing and rentals for the day. Preferred schedule would be after 10:00pm or before 8:00am.

Hours may be flexible to accommodate the needs of the Department. This position is limited to 10 hours per week and not exceed 520 hours per calendar year.

It's never too early to request your absentee ballot for the next election or for all remaining elections this year. You...
05/27/2020

It's never too early to request your absentee ballot for the next election or for all remaining elections this year. You can do it today.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6TH AT 5 PM IS THE LAST DAY TO REQUEST A BALLOT BY MAIL for the August 11th Election.

Request your ballot online thru MyVote - https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/VoteAbsentee

Or complete an application (https://elections.wi.gov/sites/elections.wi.gov/files/2019-03/EL-121%20Application%20for%20Absentee%20Ballot%20%282018-10%29-Fillable.pdf) and mail to the Allouez Village Hall, 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301 or drop it in the secured drop box in front of the Village Hall along with a copy of acceptable photo id (no selfies) - https://bringit.wi.gov/do-i-have-right-photo-id

Please help family, friends and neighbors who may need assistance requesting a ballot if you can. Thank you.

The Perfect Lawn
05/27/2020
The Perfect Lawn

The Perfect Lawn

The Perfect Lawn You can create a beautiful outdoor space and protect our waters. A gorgeous home landscape doesn’t need to come at the price of clean lakes and streams. We can have both. But to make it happen, we all need to think a little differently. Read these tips. Post this sheet in your

05/27/2020
As Goes Wisconsin

Please help your loved ones get their absentee ballots!

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In the age of COVID-19, there's a lot of confusion surrounding the election and the different ways to vote....

Thankfully, As Goes Wisconsin did the research so you don't have to!

Join our very own Kristin Brey as she explains how YOU can register for an absentee ballot. It's so easy, even her MOM can do it! XD

For step-by-step instructions, visit our website: https://asgoeswisconsin.com/episodes/absenteevoting-may12th-lb35n

Make sure to like our page and share to your friends!

05/26/2020
allouez.recdesk.com

Don't let the pandemic keep you locked up all summer. Register for 1 of our youth tennis classes presented by Green Bay Tennis Center. Working with GB Tennis Center we have taken precautions to offer the safest tennis program we can (smaller classes, sanitized equipment for classes, distancing during classes and more!!). Visit our website for more information and to register: https://allouez.recdesk.com/

In case you were wondering what was going on at the corner of Webster Avenue and Derby Lane, local Allouez Business and ...
05/23/2020

In case you were wondering what was going on at the corner of Webster Avenue and Derby Lane, local Allouez Business and family is building their new home. Congratulations You Are My Sunshine - Allouez Daycare!

Another secure drop box has been installed at the Village Hall.  With the uncertainty of when our office will fully open...
05/22/2020

Another secure drop box has been installed at the Village Hall. With the uncertainty of when our office will fully open to the public and even when it does, we would encourage individuals to refrain from entering the building unless necessary. The new drop box is larger and located near the entrance of the Village Hall. Individuals can insert sealed envelope payments into the secure drop box for water bills, dog licenses, court payments or permits and for absentee ballots during elections or other documents. Please indicate on the front of the envelope what is inside (Water Bill, Citation, Village Invoice, etc.)

The drop box allows customers to make payments by money order, certified funds, check, or cash. While use of the drop box does not allow for the Village to make change or provide receipts, appointments for in-person payment may be arranged under limited hours and staffing. Transactions made through the drop box should include the corresponding bill or ticket and are only accessible to authorized village personnel.

Any bill paid by check, money order, or certified funds should be made payable to: Village of Allouez, 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301.

Card payments can be made online by going to https://www.villageofallouez.com/government/online-payments/ for citations, tickets, dog licenses, water bills, permits, etc.

Seeking Board of Appeals Members (BOA)The Board of Appeals meets the second Monday of each month at 5:15 p.m. at the All...
05/21/2020

Seeking Board of Appeals Members (BOA)

The Board of Appeals meets the second Monday of each month at 5:15 p.m. at the Allouez Village Hall if petitions are filed by property owners.

The Board of Appeals (BOA) is a quasi-judicial body who is responsible for granting or denying variance requests.

A variance is a relaxation of a dimensional standard in a land use ordinance (e.g., setbacks, lot area, height, etc.). The Board’s job is not to compromise ordinance provisions for a property owner’s convenience but to apply legal criteria provided in state laws and the local ordinance to a specific fact situation. Variances are meant to be an infrequent remedy where an ordinance imposes a unique and substantial burden.

Application 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.

The Perfect Landscape
05/21/2020
The Perfect Landscape

The Perfect Landscape

The Perfect Landscape You can create a beautiful outdoor space and protect our waters. A gorgeous home landscape doesn’t need to come at the price of clean lakes and streams. We can have both. But to make it happen, we all need to think a little differently. Less Hard Surface The more concrete or ...

05/20/2020
Happy National Public Works Week!  Public Works Week is celebrated nationally during the third week in May each year to ...
05/20/2020

Happy National Public Works Week! Public Works Week is celebrated nationally during the third week in May each year to honor all of the hard working and dedicated employees who work in the Public Works profession.

The Village of Allouez would like to recognize our amazing team that keeps the village clean and safe for residents. Team members provide and maintain the infrastructure and services many of us take for granted - water, sewer, storm drainage, design engineering, environmental engineering, construction management, transportation and traffic control, brush collection, leaf and garden pickup in the spring and fall, tree removal, trimming and planting, maintaining the playgrounds, parks and athletic fields, they are a big part of emergency management and the first responders when help is needed, and so much more.

The Village welcomes Hannah to our staff.  Hannah interned for the Village last summer before applying for the vacated W...
05/20/2020

The Village welcomes Hannah to our staff. Hannah interned for the Village last summer before applying for the vacated Water Utility Clerk position. As Water Utility Clerk, she not only has been learning and updating our water utility system, she has put together educational videos of village operations for our website and assisted in an election during a pandemic.

Brown County Government
05/20/2020

Brown County Government

The folks at Brown County Health & Human Services - Public Health Division realize there have been big changes in the last week that potentially significantly impact your respective business operations and affiliates. A ‘virtual town hall’ has been scheduled tomorrow (Wednesday) from 8:30am-12:30pm to be available to answer specific questions that you or your members may have in understanding the CDC and the WEDC’s recommendations as it applies to you. A Webex virtual conference link has been established for you to either call in or participate virtually.

Virtual Conference: https://bcwi.webex.com/bcwi/j.php?MTID=maac26a11e9cf0bdc682c17353e0fedc6

Password: HjsTx672Jd9

Or join by phone:
+1-415-655-0003 United States TOLL
Access code: 610 034 208

Agenda
8:30am-8:35am: Welcome
8:35am-8:45am: General Guidelines for Reopening
8:45am-9:25am: Restaurants
9:25am-10:00am: Hospitality/Lodging
10:00am-10:20am: Retail
10:20am-10:40am: Entertainment/Amusement, Gyms and Fitness Centers,
Hair and Nail Salons
10:40am-11:00am: Outdoor Gatherings and Outdoor Recreation
11:00am-11:20am: Professional Services and Public Facilities
11:20am-11:40am: Construction and Manufacturing
11:40am-12:00pm: Agriculture
12:00pm-12:20pm: Transportation and Warehouse/Wholesale Trade
12:20pm-12:30pm: Wrap Up

Each sector has been allotted a specific time frame to ask questions about reopening in Brown County. Attendees can use the time allotted to ask questions about reopening in Brown County.

NOTICE TO VILLAGE OF ALLOUEZ RESIDENTSNO SOLID WASTE OR RECYCLING SERVICE ON MONDAY, MAY 25THThere will be no garbage or...
05/19/2020
No Solid Waste or Recycling Service on Monday, May 25th - Village of Allouez

NOTICE TO VILLAGE OF ALLOUEZ RESIDENTS

NO SOLID WASTE OR RECYCLING SERVICE ON MONDAY, MAY 25TH

There will be no garbage or recyclables collected on Monday, May 25th due to the Memorial Day Holiday.

Garbage and recycling collection will be delayed by one (1) day for any days remaining in that week. For example: Monday, May 25th is a scheduled holiday - Monday’s collection will occur on Tuesday, Tuesday’s collection will move to Wednesday, Wednesday’s collection will move to Thursday and Thursday’s collection will move to Friday.

REMINDER: Put the garbage and recycling carts out at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on your pickup day.

Due to the holiday, Village offices are closed Monday, May 25th.

https://www.villageofallouez.com/2020/05/no-solid-waste-or-recycling-service-on-monday-may-25th/

NOTICE TO VILLAGE OF ALLOUEZ RESIDENTS NO SOLID WASTE OR RECYCLING SERVICE ON MONDAY, MAY 25TH There will be no […]

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1900 Libal St
Allouez, WI
54301

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Monday 07:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 07:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 07:00 - 16:30
Thursday 07:00 - 16:30
Friday 07:00 - 11:00

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(920) 448-2800

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