What's Happening in The Village!

Public Informational Meeting - Cormier Road
The Village of Ashwaubenon will be holding a Public Informational Meeting on Tuesday, April 11, 2017, 5:00 pm at the Ashwaubenon Village Hall.  The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the proposed roadway reconstruction project along Cormier Road from Oneida Street to Ashland Avenue.  The project is currently planned for construction in the summer of 2019read more ...


In-Person Absentee Voting
In-person Absentee voting begins, Monday, March 20 through Friday, March 31, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (March 30 & 31 until 5:00 pm) at the Office of the Clerk-Treasurer, Village Hall. read more ...


Fort Howard Park Playground Options
The Village of Ashwaubenon is in the process of soliciting for a new pieceof playground equipment at Fort Howard Park, to replace a smaller structure.  As part of the selection process, we are asking residents in the Fort Howard Park area to VOTE for which piece of equipment you would like to see installed. read more ...


2017 Spring/Summer Brochure Available Online
The 2017 Spring/Summer Recreation & Village Services brochure is currently available to view online.  Copies of the brochure will mailed to all residents and business within the next week. For more information contact the Parks, Recreation & Forestry Department at 492.2331 or visit them at their new offices at the Ashwaubenon Community Center (900 Anderson Dr.). read more ...


Parks & Recreation Office - NEW LOCATION!
Just a reminder the Parks, Recreation & Forestry office has officially moved to their new location at Ashwaubenon Community Center, 900 Anderson Drive (behind Burger King). 


Emerald Ash Borer Discovered in Ashwaubenon

Ashwaubenon is the newest municipality in Brown County to confirm an infestation of emerald ash borer (EAB) following previous discoveries in Green Bay, Howard, DePere and the Towns of Glenmore and Morrison.  The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection designated Brown County as a quarantined County in 2009.

Village Forester Tim Bauknecht made the discovery on January 26. Branch samples were collected from the tree and subsequently suspicious larval galleries were noticed under the bark. Linda Williams, WI-DNR Regional Forest Health Specialist, confirmed the samples as showing positive signs for EAB on February 4. read more ...


Construction Update - Ashland Ave

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WDOT) will be completing a reconstruction of the pavement along Ashland Avenue from 8th Street (in De Pere) to Lombardi Avenue during the 2017 construction season.  Work will start the week of February 6th and last through August 4th.  In general, the work will consist of bridge reconstruction, railroad crossing replacement, concrete repair, asphalt milling and asphalt paving.

The first portion of the project, starting the week of February 6th, will involve the replacement of the Ashwaubenon Creek Bridge located just north of Parkview Road.  Work on this bridge will last until late April and will involve the closure of Ashland Avenue between Parkview Road and Hansen Road. 

Following the bridge construction, roadway reconstruction will commence in early May and last through August.  This work will be done in sections to maintain as much free-flow traffic as possible.

For more information regarding this project, feel free to visit the  WDOT project website located at http://projects.511wi.gov/ 


Village-Wide Rummage Sale
The Ashwaubenon Village-Wide Rummage Sale will take place on Friday, April 21 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. & Saturday, April 22 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.  Registration forms are due no later than Friday, March 24th. Otherwise hard copies will be available beginning Friday, April 14 at the Ashwaubenon Village Hall and Ashwaubenon Community Center. read more ...


Ashwaubenon Partners with NEWEYE
The Village of Ashwaubenon recently joined forces with NEWEYE.  The NEWEYE  Network is a collaboration of communities in Northeast Wisconsin to provide residents with an enhanced public media service.  The NEWEYE Network will be providing informative, educational, and entertaining content for all residents.

While traditionally Community TV can only be viewed on cable television systems, the NEWEYE Network is taking content delivery to the next level. In addition to the traditional cable television systems, NEWEYE content can be seen on AT&T U-Verse, through a live-streaming WebTV Portal, on Roku Set-Top streaming devices, and soon to come, directly over-the-air broadcasting so that all residents will be able to see content affecting their communities.
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Village Short-Term Rental Information
Attached is more information in regards to the Village's Short-Term Rental ordinance.  In addition is a copy of the Stadium Area Overlay District where only short-term rental property may reside. read more ...


Land Owned by the Green Bay Packers
"Updated 03/09/17"
Want to know what parcels of land are owned by the Green Bay Packers? The Brown County Land Information Office created a ‘map’ app for that!  
Click here for more information and to view app… 


CDBG Loan Program
Homeowners - If your home is in need of repairs, you may qualify for home rehabilitation assistance through the NE Wisconsin Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) - Housing Loan Program: read more ...


New Business Growth and Expansion
Take a look at the newest businesses to locate and grow in the Village. read more ...