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“A Community Connected” … the Town of Algoma, with an estimated population of 7,300, 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 comprehensive 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

  • Golf Carts and ATVs on Town Roads

    There are a few residents who are utilizing golf carts and ATVs/UTVs on Town roads. Golf carts and ATVs/UTVs are NOT allowed on Town of Algoma roads. Operators of golf carts and ATVs/UTVs are subject to fines if caught.

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  • Next Yard Waste Collection is September 6th

    The next scheduled date for the collection of yard waste is Tuesday, September 6th. Most residents are following the yard waste collection pick-up dates and guidelines. Thank you! However, some residents are still leaving bundles of limbs along the roadways or putting yard waste in plastic garbage cans. Only yard waste in brown bags will…

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  • Yard Maintenance Ordinance

    Chapter 30. Brush, Grass, and Weeds outlines the responsibilities that lot and homeowners are to follow regarding the maintenance of their properties. The specific area in the ordinance to note is owners are grasses are to be cut prior to exceeding eight (8) inches in height throughout the growing season. This includes dandelions, weeds, vegetative…

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