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“A Community Connected” … the Town of Algoma has an estimated population of 7,000. It is conveniently located along Highways 41 and 21 and is the City of Oshkosh’s western border. Primarily residential and agricultural in composition, the Town of Algoma is serviced by one of the finest Volunteer Fire Departments and First Responder Units in the state. Recreational opportunities abound with community parks and recreation areas. Lake Butte des Morts serves as the Town’s northern border and a public landing with fishing pier 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 the Town of Algoma’s close proximity to Oshkosh, Town residents can enjoy quieter living with access to large city amenities, including outstanding public and private schools, churches of most denominations, excellent medical facilities, several shopping venues, a wide range of services, and many fine restaurants.

Town News

  • Modified Town Hall Office Hours for the Week of April 15, 2024

    Due to staffing limitations, the Town Hall will be closed to the public on Tuesday, April 16, 2024. Due to interviews for the Town Administrator position, the Town Hall will be closed starting at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, 2024. Any phone messages received during office closures will be returned the following business day….

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  • Dispose of Household Hazardous Materials for Free Starting in April

    As a Town resident, you can dispose of household hazardous materials with Winnebago County starting in April. Winnebago County Solid Waste operates a seasonal Household Hazardous Material (HHM) Collection Facility that accepts in-county household-sourced materials free of charge. The HHM Facility is now open; however, drop-off is by appointment only. To learn more or to…

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  • Joint Review Board Meeting

    The Town of Algoma is in the process of creating its first Tax Incremental Finance (TIF) District to promote development on the four vacant parcels on S. Oakwood Road and to facilitate the redevelop the current Town Hall parcels. The initial step in the process is a meeting of the Joint Review Board to discuss…

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