Read the Spring 2015 edition of the City newsletter, “Neenah Notes”, here.
In many ways I tend to be “old school.” However, our new and improved City website will provide citizens easier access to information and additional social media channels. The website will have full search capabilities, a friendly navigation scheme, and the ability to easily access [read more…]
The Tullar Road Drop Off Site located at 1495 Tullar Road, is open Monday – Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (except holidays). It will be open on Saturday mornings from 8:30 a.m. to noon from May 2 through November 14, 2015. The drop off [read more…]
The Parks & Recreation Commission approved the Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan on Thursday, February 19th. This is a 5-year comprehensive open space and outdoor recreation plan. The 2015-2019 version of Neenah’s Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan seeks to help preserve the City’s natural environment and at the [read more…]
The City of Neenah Assessor’s Office has enlisted the help of Associated Appraisal to review recent home sales and building permits for our 2015 assessment. If you purchased a home or took out a building permit in 2014, an Associated Appraisal representative may contact you [read more…]
Read the Winter 2015 edition of the City newsletter, ‘Neenah Notes’, here.
STEP Industries, 1010 Strohmeyer Drive no longer accepts e-waste for recycling. Goodwill Industries, 907 S. Green Bay Road, will accept the following e-waste for recycling: Computers, computer accessories, laptops, tablets, DVD players, fax machines, monitors, printers, VCR’s, and e-readers, etc. (no TV’s). Contact Goodwill at [read more…]
The Trust for Public Land’s new video features some surprising facts to back up what you’ve probably already guessed—that local parks play a vital role in keeping us active, healthy, and happy. Watch, share, and help us make the case for a great park in [read more…]
Starting December 1st, more items will be accepted for recycling. View the flyer for more information.
If you turn on a faucet and only a trickle comes out, suspect a frozen pipe. Likely places for frozen pipes include against exterior walls or where your water service enters your home through the foundation. Keep the faucet open. As you treat the frozen [read more…]