The City does not locate lot lines for residents. The City of Neenah Public Works Office does loan out a metal detector for residents to try and locate the lotg markers for themselves. For more information contact the Public Works Office at 920-886-6240.
Transportation Assessment Replacement Fee (TARF) is a fee to generate revenue that will allow the City to eliminate special assessments for Street Resurfacing, Street Reconstruction and Sidewalk projects. For more information click on the link below.
The City of Neenah compiles a 5-Year Capital Improvement Program each year. The link below will redirect you to the City’s GIS map. Enter your address. If the street is highlighted with a color, that represents a proposed street improvement. Click on the street for more detailed information.
Pipebursting is a trenchless method of replacing buried pipelines (such as sewer or water pipes) without the need for a traditional construction trench. “Launching and receiving pits” replace the trench needed by conventional pipe laying. When pipebursting, a head breaks apart the old pipe while pulling a new pipe behind it. Once of the main benefits to pipe bursting is that the ground above the pipe is not disturbed so porches, concrete and landscaping are unaffected.
Property owners receive notice in December for construction projects that are approved in the Capital Improvement Budget for the next year. The notice includes information if the project is assessable.
The Construction Update Newsletter is a tool the Public Works Department uses to inform and keep residents up to date with street construction happening on their street. Residents are encouraged to sign up for the weekly newsletter. Just enter your email below. For the current construction update newsletter Click Here.