Due to the spread of COVID-19, the Algoma Town Hall is currently closed to the public.  

Current News

Voter Registration will now have to take place on April 7th at the Election.

Application for Absentee Ballot  Please use this link to request an absentee ballot be mailed to you.  You will need to email the completed form to townoffice@townofalgoma.org  ALSO, a copy of your driver’s license is required to accompany the email as a second attachment.  Any questions, please feel free to contact the Town Hall.  All new voters or voters with changes be done on the day of election.

On April 7th, ALL Voters in the Town of Algoma will vote at the Town Hall.

Building Permits and Inspections

Given the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus, changes have been instituted for all current permits and requests for future building permits issued by the Town of Algoma. Please contact Dave Frank, Building Inspector, at 920-233-1999 for more information. Dave will work with you regarding your specific project.

Parks Notice Concerning COVID -19

UPDATE (March 24th, 2020) :  Effective immediately, all Town of Algoma playground equipment is closed until further notice.

Park open areas will remain open. It is the responsibility of those using the parks to follow the guidelines provided by Governor Evers and the CDC. The Town is doing its best to maintain the current level of service because outdoor spaces are critical to the mental and physical health of our community. Benches, tables, and other surfaces at the parks will not be wiped down and cleaned. As a result, those individuals visiting the parks need to take the necessary precautions and bring hand sanitizer, practice social distancing, and refrain from forming large groups for socialization or team sports. The Town does not have the resources to provide ongoing monitoring of the parks and play areas, and its anticipated that the general public will do its part to keep our parks available to everyone.

Welcome to the Town of Algoma!

“A Community Connected” … the Town of Algoma, with approximately 6,822 residents, is conveniently located along Highways 41 and 21 and is the City of Oshkosh’s western border. Primarily residential and agricultural in composition, Algoma is serviced by one of the finest Volunteer Fire Departments and First Responder Units in the state, the Town of Algoma Fire Department. Recreational opportunities abound with comprehensive parks and recreation areas. Lake Butte des Morts serves as the town’s northern border and a public landing on the lake provides access to nearby Fox River and Lake Winnebago. The WIOUWASH bicycle/snowmobile trail is also located within a few miles of the town. With Algoma’s close proximity to Oshkosh, town residents can enjoy quieter living with access to big city amenities, including outstanding public and private schools, multiple churches, excellent medical facilities, many shopping venues, a multitude of services, and a wide-range of fine restaurants.