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.

Operating as usual

05/27/2021

Keeping you updated on all things waste and recycling is what we are all about.

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Photos from Heritage Hill State Park's post
05/26/2021

Photos from Heritage Hill State Park's post

No Solid Waste Service on Monday, May 31, 2021 due to Memorial Day.There will be no garbage collected on Monday, May 31s...
05/25/2021

No Solid Waste Service on Monday, May 31, 2021 due to Memorial Day.

There will be no garbage collected on Monday, May 31st due to the Memorial Day Holiday. Garbage collection will be delayed by one (1) day for any days remaining in that week. For example: Monday, May 31st 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 carts out at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on your pickup day.

Due to the holiday, Village offices are closed Monday, May 31st.

https://www.villageofallouez.com/2021/05/no-solid-waste-service-on-monday-may-31-2021/

No Solid Waste Service on Monday, May 31, 2021 due to Memorial Day.

There will be no garbage collected on Monday, May 31st due to the Memorial Day Holiday. Garbage collection will be delayed by one (1) day for any days remaining in that week. For example: Monday, May 31st 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 carts out at the curb by 6:00 a.m. on your pickup day.

Due to the holiday, Village offices are closed Monday, May 31st.

https://www.villageofallouez.com/2021/05/no-solid-waste-service-on-monday-may-31-2021/

Lawn Maintenance ReminderWith the warmer weather and sunshine comes long grass. A friendly reminder that all residents (...
05/25/2021
Lawn Maintenance Reminder - Village of Allouez

Lawn Maintenance Reminder

With the warmer weather and sunshine comes long grass. A friendly reminder that all residents (property owners and tenants) are required to mow their lawns. All grass, hay, brambles, brush, reeds, rushes, cattails, etc. are required to be maintained and cannot exceed seven inches in length. All cuttings should be properly disposed. Thank you.

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https://www.villageofallouez.com/2021/05/lawn-maintenance-reminder-2/

With the warmer weather and sunshine comes long grass. A friendly reminder that all residents (property owners and tenants) are […]

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05/24/2021

Construction Project Update 5/24/2021
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Construction Project Update 5/24/2021
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The Miracle League of Green Bay is looking for volunteer umpires-Games are normally an hour long (umpires normally atten...
05/19/2021

The Miracle League of Green Bay is looking for volunteer umpires-

Games are normally an hour long (umpires normally attend all the games for an evening.) If you cannot umpire all games it can be worked out if necessary. Games are on Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m., and 7:00 p.m.; and Wednesday 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. (June 5th- August 7th) Robert McCormick is coordinating the umpires and schedule. Please contact him directly at 337-6104 if you are willing to volunteer.

Thank you!

The Miracle League of Green Bay is looking for volunteer umpires-

Games are normally an hour long (umpires normally attend all the games for an evening.) If you cannot umpire all games it can be worked out if necessary. Games are on Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00 p.m., 5:30 p.m., and 7:00 p.m.; and Wednesday 5:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. (June 5th- August 7th) Robert McCormick is coordinating the umpires and schedule. Please contact him directly at 337-6104 if you are willing to volunteer.

Thank you!

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05/19/2021

2021 Construction Projects-Project Schedule (May 19, 2021)

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2021 Construction Projects-Project Schedule (May 19, 2021)

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Photos from Brown County Health & Human Services - Public Health Division's post
05/17/2021

Photos from Brown County Health & Human Services - Public Health Division's post

Proclamation for Apraxia Awareness Day - May 14, 2021
05/14/2021

Proclamation for Apraxia Awareness Day - May 14, 2021

Proclamation for Apraxia Awareness Day - May 14, 2021

Career fair helps those interested in public safety
05/12/2021
Career fair helps those interested in public safety

Career fair helps those interested in public safety

BROWN COUNTY (WLUK) – Looking to pursue a career in public safety? A Public Safety Career Fair will be held on Sunday, May 16th at the Brown County Sheriff’s Office. The career fair will start at 11:00 a. m. and go until 3:00 p. m. FOX 11’s Emily Deem spoke via Zoom with Captain Jo...

Special thank you to Officer Vogel, DEO Officer for the Village of Allouez, and all other law enforcement officers who h...
05/11/2021

Special thank you to Officer Vogel, DEO Officer for the Village of Allouez, and all other law enforcement officers who have worked for the Village and throughout the nation.

05/10/2021

It won’t be long before the pots and beds along Webster Avenue and Riverside Drive spring to life with flowers. We can’t wait! Did you know you can sponsor one of those pots for $100? Your donation includes a garden stake that displays your name, the name of your business or the name of a loved one you wish to honor. It’s a really wonderful way to send someone flowers all season long. And not to worry, our volunteer gardeners will keep your pot looking tip-top all summer. If you’re interested, please email Leslie Prange at [email protected]. She’ll help you choose the location of your pot. Deadline is June 20.

05/10/2021

Special thank you to Officer Vogel, DEO Officer for the Village of Allouez, and all other law enforcement officers who have worked for the Village and throughout the nation.

2009 Holder C992 Articulating Tractor w/5'Plow, 5' V-Plow, and Spreader#21525-193 - Village of Allouez - Green Bay, Wisc...
05/10/2021

2009 Holder C992 Articulating Tractor w/5'Plow, 5' V-Plow, and Spreader

#21525-193 - Village of Allouez - Green Bay, Wisconsin
1900 Libal St., Green Bay, WI 54301

• CONTACT: Bob Lamine at 920-639-2208 or [email protected] - Inspections are highly encouraged. Appointments are required, no walk-ins. Please call or email with questions and to schedule appointments for inspection or pickup - M-Th 7am to 3pm
Ends: May 24, 2021 Starting at 10:00am Central

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2009 Holder C992 Articulating Tractor w/5'Plow, 5' V-Plow, and Spreader

#21525-193 - Village of Allouez - Green Bay, Wisconsin
1900 Libal St., Green Bay, WI 54301

• CONTACT: Bob Lamine at 920-639-2208 or [email protected] - Inspections are highly encouraged. Appointments are required, no walk-ins. Please call or email with questions and to schedule appointments for inspection or pickup - M-Th 7am to 3pm
Ends: May 24, 2021 Starting at 10:00am Central

https://www.wisconsinsurplus.com/cgi-bin/mmdetails.cgi?rlust193

Still looking for something for your little ones to do this summer? There are limited openings in select weeks for Allou...
05/06/2021

Still looking for something for your little ones to do this summer? There are limited openings in select weeks for Allouez Summer Camp. Don’t miss out on the fun!!!

Registration can be made online at: https://allouez.recdesk.com/Community/Program?category=12
Or in person at Allouez Village Hall (1900 Libal St.)

Still looking for something for your little ones to do this summer? There are limited openings in select weeks for Allouez Summer Camp. Don’t miss out on the fun!!!

Registration can be made online at: https://allouez.recdesk.com/Community/Program?category=12
Or in person at Allouez Village Hall (1900 Libal St.)

Walmart and Sam’s Club Now Administering Walk-Up COVID-19 Vaccines at 5,100+ Pharmacies Nationwide
05/05/2021
Walmart and Sam’s Club Now Administering Walk-Up COVID-19 Vaccines at 5,100+ Pharmacies Nationwide

Walmart and Sam’s Club Now Administering Walk-Up COVID-19 Vaccines at 5,100+ Pharmacies Nationwide

BENTONVILLE, Ark., May 4, 2021 – Walmart and Sam’s Club today announced a new COVID-19 vaccine milestone: Immunizations are now available to customers and associates in all of their more than 5,100 pharmacy locations nationwide, across 49 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. Vaccines are bei...

Thank you to the over 1,577 volunteers that took part in the 2021 Fox-Wolf Watershed Cleanup. These amazing volunteers p...
05/05/2021

Thank you to the over 1,577 volunteers that took part in the 2021 Fox-Wolf Watershed Cleanup. These amazing volunteers picked up 7,234 lbs. of trash or 873 bags of trash. In this total included 26 tires, 33 electronics, 472 facemasks, 151 bags of recycling, and so much more. Again a huge thank you goes out to all for helping keep our water ways clean.

05/03/2021

Celebrate Clerks! May 2–8, 2021, is the 52nd Professional Clerks Week and the League is celebrating!

As part of the celebration, the League was thankful to partner with the Wisconsin Municipal Clerks Association (WMCA) on a magazine cover contest.

Congratulations to Tina Wallace, WCMC, Deputy City Clerk,
CityOf Oconomowoc whose image was chosen for the magazine cover by the WMCA judges.

All of the entries will be posted in this album over the week. Please join us in celebrating Clerks across the state!

Read the League's May magazine here: https://lwm-info.org/828/The-Municipality-Magazine

05/03/2021

Due to the rain we have received and projected to received all Monday Night Adult Softball Games will be cancelled for Monday May 3.

With warmer and sunnier days ahead this is a quick reminder to watch out for wildlife when using Allouez trails and park...
05/03/2021

With warmer and sunnier days ahead this is a quick reminder to watch out for wildlife when using Allouez trails and parks.

With warmer and sunnier days ahead this is a quick reminder to watch out for wildlife when using Allouez trails and parks.

Pooches and Pints is back! 🐾Join us on June 17 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for our 3rd annual Summer Kick-Off event that trans...
05/01/2021

Pooches and Pints is back! 🐾

Join us on June 17 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for our 3rd annual Summer Kick-Off event that transforms Green Isle Park into a pop-up dog park with local craft beer, music, and food trucks. Check out our Facebook event Pooches and Pints: Summer Kick-Off 2021 for more details as they’re announced!

Pooches and Pints is back! 🐾

Join us on June 17 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for our 3rd annual Summer Kick-Off event that transforms Green Isle Park into a pop-up dog park with local craft beer, music, and food trucks. Check out our Facebook event Pooches and Pints: Summer Kick-Off 2021 for more details as they’re announced!

Happy Arbor Day from the Village of Allouez!!!
04/30/2021

Happy Arbor Day from the Village of Allouez!!!

Happy Arbor Day from the Village of Allouez!!!

04/30/2021
Search Trees and Plants | The Morton Arboretum

2021 Arbor Day Post #8
Arbor Day is a great time to plant a tree. Not sure what to plant? The Morton Arboretum near Chicago offers a species selector tool on its website. Find a tree that will thrive in your yard, and choose a tree based on features you want such as beautiful fall color or fragrant flowers. Learn more at https://www.mortonarb.org/trees-plants/search-trees/search-all-trees-and-plants

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2021 Arbor Day Post #6Did you know that more than one third of the trees in cities and towns across Wisconsin are maples...
04/29/2021
Species Diversity In The Urban Forest: A Short Guide For Homeowners |

2021 Arbor Day Post #6
Did you know that more than one third of the trees in cities and towns across Wisconsin are maples? That’s too much! A diverse array of species is beneficial so our urban forests can better withstand diseases and pests such as the emerald ash borer. Read this https://forestrynews.blogs.govdelivery.com/2021/04/08/species-diversity-in-the-urban-forest-a-short-guide-for-homeowners/ by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to learn more about species diversity and which trees to plant.

Species Diversity In The Urban Forest: A Short Guide For Homeowners Posted on April 8, 2021April 8, 2021 by patricialindquist By Patricia Lindquist, DNR Urban Forestry Communications Specialist, [email protected], 608-843-6248 “What kind of tree should I plant?” We are often asked...

2021 Arbor Day Post #5Happy Arbor Day! Plant a tree, take a walk in the woods or learn to identify the trees on your str...
04/28/2021

2021 Arbor Day Post #5
Happy Arbor Day! Plant a tree, take a walk in the woods or learn to identify the trees on your street. You may even want to help others learn about the trees in your neighborhood by labeling them with sidewalk chalk. Learn more about identifying trees at https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/education/treeID

2021 Arbor Day Post #4Did you know...A healthy urban tree canopy increases property values, reduces storm water runoff a...
04/28/2021
National Tree Benefit Calculator

2021 Arbor Day Post #4
Did you know...A healthy urban tree canopy increases property values, reduces storm water runoff and erosion, improves air quality and reduces energy used for heating and cooling. Every tree makes a difference! Discover the value of the benefits provided by individual trees around your home and in your community with the National Tree Benefit Calculator: http://www.treebenefits.com/calculator/

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1900 Libal St
Allouez, WI
54301

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

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