City of New London Citizen Survey – Year 2045 Comprehensive Plan Update
The City of New London is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan, a long-range planning document that addresses a variety of subjects including land use, transportation, community facilities, economic development, housing, and more. As part of this public process, this Citizen Survey was developed to gather up-front information and perspective from residents. Your opinions are important to the City of New London on how it should grow, develop, and accommodate change over the next 20 years based on current and foreseeable trends. Please take about 10 minutes to complete this simple survey and share your thoughts. The survey will be available between July 22nd and September 2nd, 2022, so please encourage other residents and businesses to take it as well.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Click Here to Take the Survey!
Outdoor Weather Sirens
On Saturday, March 26, 2022 the county’s Emergency Management Department will resume the audible Saturday outdoor warning system test at noon. Please share this information widely as to avoid any unnecessary calls to 911.
Sirens are intended for outdoor warning only. They are not intended to be heard inside homes or businesses. Outagamie County recommends that residents obtain NOAA weather radios or a local weather phone app for severe weather alerts.
New Municipal Office Hours
If these hours don't work for your particular situation, let us know! Many of our services can be handled online and/or over the phone. Otherwise there are times during the month we have staff in late for meetings and we can look at setting up an appointment to accommodate your needs.
2021 Werner Allen Blvd And Shawano Street Improvements
There will be road closures for our upcoming street reconstruction projects. This includes Werner Allen Blvd (from Wolf River Ave to Jennings Rd) and 1 block on Shawano Street (from Cook St to Beacon Ave).
The City’s contractor has informed us that they plan on starting construction the week of June 7th, the road will normally be closed to traffic during construction. Spot repairs to local utilities will kick off the project. Ultimately the entire road surface along this stretch will be replaced. The contractor anticipates wrapping up this construction in mid-August.
Also, during that timeframe a 1 block section of Shawano Street will be resurfaced from Cook Street to Beacon Ave. The same contractor is doing this work but has not given an exact timeframe when this 1 block section of road will be closed to traffic.
Committees, Commissions and Boards - Interest Form
Area Tax Rate Comparison
New Website Goes LIVE!
Industrial Loop Road Rail Road Crossing
The Public Services Department has been notified that work for the Industrial Loop Rail Road Crossing has been pushed back to begin Monday August 24th. CN will begin with some staking and maybe some track adjustments starting that day or the next, with the city’s contractor starting excavation outside the track on August 27th.
Shawano Street Bridge Closure
The Waupaca County Highway Department has notified the City that a contractor will be resurfacing the Shawano Street bridge on Thursday, August 20th and Friday, August 21st. During that time the bridge will be closed and all traffic will be detoured to the Pearl Street bridge.
Municipal Office Closed
St. Patrick's Events Canceled
After evaluating all the information and recommendations the New London Shamrock Club and City of New London Officials are announcing the St. Patrick’s Day events including the parade have been cancelled. The switching of the signs and Hooligan Day will continue.
Floral Hill Cemetery - Annual Fall Cleanup
Storm Clean Up
We will begin brush pick up today for the City. Please put brush on the curb, perpendicular to the street with the cut end facing the street in lengths around 6 foot long, if possible.
Brush drop off sites is for City Residents. Those locations are:
South of the dog park
The OLD city garage site (next to the waters)
Back of Floral Hill Cemetery
Back behind (west) of Hatten Stadium
For non-residents of the city call your Town Hall to see what accommodations they are making for their residents.