Welcome to the Town of Neenah!

The Town of Neenah located in East Central Wisconsin in the area known as the Fox Valley, about 70 miles north of Milwaukee and 30 miles south of Green Bay. Immediately surrounding the Town is the City of Neenah and the Towns of Menasha, Clayton and Vinland.


Office Hours:

Monday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
 Wednesday, and Thursday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Phone: 920-725-0916 


Monday September 28, 2015 at 7:00 pm. 

Town of Neenah Board of Supervisors will discuss and take action regarding rental of approximately 20 acres of tillable land located north of Oakridge Rd.  All interested parties should attend the meeting or contact Clerk Ellen Skerke at 920-725-0916.   



Legal versus illegal burning

Information for property owners and renters

Materials you are allowed to burn outdoors

Contact your local fire authority before you start burning any materials to find out if you need to obtain a burning permit.

·         Brush, leaves and other vegetative yard debris - Where not prohibited by local ordinance, leaf burning and burning of plant clippings and brush is allowed anywhere in the state, as long as weather conditions do not pose a fire hazard. However, leaf burning is discouraged because of the air pollution it causes and because of the benefits of composting and mulching with these materials.

·         Clean, unrecyclable paper and clean, unpainted, untreated wood - Individual homeowners may burn small quantities of of these materials. Local ordinance can override this allowance. This is especially true in populated areas such as southeastern Wisconsin, where most municipalities have banned or severely limited open burning. Paper and cardboard can now be recycled in all communities, and recycling is the best disposal method for these items.

Materials that MAY NOT be burned by individual property owners

The DNR's administrative rules of the Air Management and Waste & Materials Management Programs prohibit anyone from burning any of the following materials under any conditions:

  •          garbage;
  •          carpet;
  •          electronics;
  •          foam;
  •          furniture;
  •          metal;
  •          oily substances, such as oily or greasy rags, oil filters, etc.;
  •          painted/stained/treated wood;
  •          plastics of any kind, including plastic bottles and plastic bags;
  •          shingles and tar paper;
  •          tires and other rubber products;
  •          vinyl (i.e., siding);
  •          wire;
  •          structures of any kind (homes, barns, sheds, etc.); and
  •          agricultural plastics/plastic film.

These prohibitions apply to individual property owners (or renters) as well as to business and industry.

What you can do instead of burning household and yard wastes

Instead of burning, the DNR recommends the following alternatives.

  •          Reduce usage - buy in bulk or larger quantities and demand less packaging on the products you buy.
  •          Reuse items - find someone else who can use it, have a yard sale or donate it to a resale organization.
  •          Recycle newspaper, office paper, cardboard, corrugated cardboard, magazines, aluminum, metal and                                   acceptable plastics.
  •          Compost leaves and plant clippings. Consult DNR staff, University of Wisconsin-Extension and your local                               government to find out whether local ordinances allow you to compost raw vegetables, bread,                                 egg shells and coffee grounds.
  •          Chip brush and clean wood to make mulch or decorative chips, or use it as heating fuel in wood stoves or                      boilers.
  •          Dispose of allowable waste materials at a licensed landfill. For more information about what items may be                            disposed of at licensed landfills, contact the Recycling Program at Winnebago County.




in the Town of Neenah

                                                  Near Villa Drive

On Sunday September 20, 2015

Black and White mix

History's Famous Dogs | Ark Animal CentreTaken to Oshkosh Area Humane Society



For more information

Contact Oshkosh Area Humane Society at 920-424-2128




2015 Recycling Calendar 


Town Board Meeting Agendas can be accessed here.  


The latest Town of Neenah Today Newsletter can be accessed here. 

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