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- Electronic Recycling (posted Dec. 18, 2014)
Wisconsin State Law on recycling of electronics
- Tri-County Recycling Guidelines (posted Dec. 18, 2014)
The attached illustration shows the Tri-County Recycling Guidelines.
- Common Council agenda for week of Dec 15-19, 2014 (posted Dec. 15, 2014)
Here is a look at the Common Council agenda for week of Dec 15-19, 2014
- Holiday - Garbage and Recycling Pickup (posted Dec. 15, 2014)
Holiday garbage and reycling collection may not be the same day as regular collection. In addition, Holiday pick up times may be earlier or later than your normal time.
- Important information regarding Valley Transit fare increase (posted Dec. 11, 2014)
fare increase info
- The 2015-2019 Draft Consolidated Plan is now available for public comment (posted Dec. 11, 2014)
The Draft 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan for the City of Appleton’s Community Development Block Grant Program is now available for public comment. HUD requires recipients of block grant funds to develop a Consolidated Plan to determine which eligible activities to fund in order to effectively address the most pressing needs in the community.

The comment period to obtain citizen views on the Draft 2015-2019 Consolidated Plan will be in effect through Friday, January 9, 2015. Comments on the proposed Plan may be submitted via email to roxann.schmidt@appleton.org or via U.S. Mail to: City of Appleton – Community and Economic Development Department; 100 North Appleton Street; Appleton, WI 54911.

In addition, public comments on the plan can be offered at a public hearing that will be held at a regularly scheduled Community and Economic Development Committee meeting on Monday, January 12, 2015, at 5:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at Appleton City Hall, 100 N. Appleton Street, Appleton, WI.

Please Click HERE to view the Plan.

A printed copy of the DRAFT Consolidated Plan is available at the Customer Service Desk on the fifth floor of Appleton City Hall.
- Utilities Committee, community get first look at plans for new water tower (posted Dec. 8, 2014)
The landscape on Appleton’s east side will see a big change in 2015.
- Yard Site Hours (posted Dec. 8, 2014)
Yard Waste Site hours
- Common Council committee work for the week of December 8-12, 2014. (posted Dec. 5, 2014)
Here is a look at the agendas for the Common Council committees for the week of December 8-12, 2014.
- 2014 property tax bill payment information (posted Dec. 2, 2014)
Below is information regarding payment options for property tax bills in 2014.
- Common Council agenda for week of Dec 1-5, 2014 (posted Dec. 1, 2014)
Here is a look at the agendas for the Common Council and several special committee meetings for the week of December 1-5, 2014.
- Appleton Fire Department “Keep the Wreath Green” campaign underway (posted Nov. 26, 2014)
The Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade is not only the beginning of the holiday season in Appleton, but it also marks the start of the Appleton Fire Department’s Keep the Wreath Green holiday safety program.
- New Route for 2014 Festival Foods Turkey Trot (posted Nov. 25, 2014)
The 2014 Festival Foods Turkey Trot (5 mile/2 mile/ Dog Trot) will be held on Thursday, November 27, 2014, at 8:00 AM. There is a new route for the 2014 event.

The primary route of the races (the 2 mile run overlaps the 5 mile course) follows W. College Avenue to N. State Street. It turns from N. State Street to W. Summer Street. After travelling east on W. Summer Street the event turns south to follow N. Appleton Street until turning east at W. Franklin Street (2 mile continues to finish area at this point). The 5 mile course continues on Franklin Street to N. Rankin Street. Racers proceed north on N. Rankin Street until turning right onto E. Pacific Street. They follow E. Pacific Street until turning left onto N. Leminwah Street followed by quick rights onto E. Jardin Street and then N. Owaissa Street. N. Owaissa Street returns runners to E. Pacific Street before a left turn onto Green Bay Road. Runners follow it until they reach E. Washington Street. From E. Washington Street, runners briefly follow N. Rankin Street before turning left to travel westbound on E. Franklin Street making a final left turn onto N. Appleton Street to finish the race. If you live in, are visiting or need to travel through the aforementioned areas, please plan accordingly.

This well-attended event requires the closure (or partial closure) of several streets in the City of Appleton. College Avenue will close for traffic between N. Division Street and S. Oneida Street at 4:30 AM. The entire race course will close at 7:30 AM. Officers, Community Service Officers and Appleton Police Department Explorers will work to reopen intersections after runners have passed those intersections not needed for the entire 5 mile course. These officials will also assist drivers in safely negotiating intersections when breaks in the runner traffic are sufficient to allow passage of a vehicle (no traffic allowed on Franklin Street until race is completed).

For additional 2014 Festival Foods Turkey Trot information, check their website at http://www.festivalfoodsturkeytrot.com/appleton

We ask all drivers to be attentive to participants, volunteers and spectators while driving through the downtown Appleton area on Thursday morning. Please plan ahead!

For further information, contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920)832-5509.
- No on-street parking downtown Tuesday, free parking available in city-owned ramps (posted Nov. 24, 2014)
The Appleton Department of Public Works is advising drivers there will be no on-street parking in the downtown area Tuesday. esday morning.
- Committee work for the week of November 24-28 (posted Nov. 21, 2014)
Here is a look at council committee work for the week of November 24-28, 2014.
- Appleton ranked one of safest communities in the state (posted Nov. 20, 2014)
A blog by the a security firm has ranked Appleton as one of the most improved and safest communities in the state.
- Police and Fire Commission makes Police Chief selection (posted Nov. 20, 2014)
Following two rounds of candidate interviews, the Appleton Police and Fire Commission has made a conditional offer of employment to Todd Thomas to be the next Police Chief for the City of Appleton.
- Traffic Information for the 44th Annual Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade (posted Nov. 20, 2014)
Motorists traveling through Appleton (specifically downtown and City Park area) during the late afternoon and early evening hours of Tuesday, November 25, 2014, should plan alternate routes during the upcoming Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade.

The 44th Annual Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade will take place on Tuesday, November 25, 2014. Prior to the parade, the 1-mile Santa Scamper will start at 6:00 PM. A food collection drive, for a local food pantry, will take place along College Avenue immediately following the run. The parade will start at 6:30 PM. Following the parade, a tree lighting ceremony will take place in City Park.

The primary route of the Christmas Parade is along College Avenue. Parade participants/units will enter the parade route at State Street and will continue eastbound along College Avenue, to the parade’s ending at Drew Street.

***Appleton Common Council Parade Policy – No person or object may be used to reserve a location along the College Avenue parade route at any time prior to 12:00 PM (noon) on the day of the Downtown Appleton Christmas Parade. Persons may place items along the route after 12:00 PM (noon) of the day of the parade (November 25, 2014), only if they remain with those items. ***

The following streets, along the parade staging area, will have restricted parking posted, starting at 5:00 AM on November 25, 2014:
S. State Street (between W. College Avenue and W. Fourth Street)
N. State Street (between W. Franklin Street and W. Atlantic Street)
W. Fifth Street (between S. Memorial Drive and S. Walnut Street)
W. Seventh Street (between S. Memorial Drive and S. Walnut Street)
W. Eighth Street (between S. Memorial Drive and S. Walnut Street)

College Avenue will have a combination of “No Parking” and “Free Parking” bags on the meters along the avenue. All vehicles must be removed from College Avenue by 5:00 PM. Remaining vehicles will be ticketed and towed.


At 5:00 PM, S. State Street will close for parade staging/setup. Side streets between Fourth and W. College Avenue will close at the same time. Any vehicles in posted areas will be ticketed and towed.

Also at 5:00 PM, W. Lawrence Street between S. Memorial Drive and S. Superior Street will become a one-way eastbound street. Vehicles will be directed to enter W. Lawrence Street at S. Memorial Drive and should continue east, following the posted one-way traffic signs. Residents and employees of businesses in the area are asked to plan accordingly.

During the parade and run, the following streets will be closed to traffic (expect closure to occur at 5:30 PM):
College Avenue (between S. Memorial Drive/N. Richmond Street and Lawe Street)
Oneida Street (south of College Avenue)
State Street, Walnut Street, Superior Street, Appleton Street, Morrison Street, Durkee Street and Drew Street (south and north of College Avenue)
Division Street (north of W. College Avenue)

Following the parade, the area around City Park is utilized for pick-up and tear-down for parade participants and units. As a result, the following streets in that area will experience higher than normal levels of traffic (these streets will also have restricted parking before, during and after the event):
E. Franklin Street
N. Drew Street
N. Union Street
E. North Street
E. Eldorado Street
N. Bateman Street


A bypass route has been planned for northbound motorists on South Oneida Street (crossing the Skyline Bridge). It utilizes W. Prospect Avenue and diverts traffic to S. Memorial Drive. Northbound traffic does have the ability to travel to the city park ramps on the south side of College Avenue.

It is suggested to motorists passing through the area to avoid the aforementioned areas, if possible, between 5 PM and 9 PM.

A reminder to those individuals attending these events:
• NO alcoholic beverage carry-ins allowed at the events
• NO glass containers
• NO animals are allowed at special events
• Pedestrians must obey all traffic laws at intersections around the event
• Individuals planning on consuming alcoholic beverages should plan a safe ride home.


For additional information, please contact Sgt. David Lund at (920)832-5509.
- Committee work for the week of November 10-14, 2014 (posted Nov. 7, 2014)
Here is a look at council committee work for the week of November 10-14, 2014.
- 2nd Annual Painted Snowplows (posted Nov. 6, 2014)
Public Works held the 2nd annual Painted Snowplow project. All 11 snowplows can be seen in Memorial Park.
- Appleton snowplow painting project on display (posted Nov. 3, 2014)
While we may not be excited to see snow flying soon, area elementary school students will be watching closely when Appleton Department of Public Works snowplows drive by.
- Common Council agenda for the week of November 3-7, 2014 (posted Nov. 3, 2014)
Here is a look at what’s on the Common Council agenda for the week of November 3-7, 2014.
- College Avenue wins APA People's Choice Award (posted Oct. 31, 2014)
College Avenue was selected Friday as the “People’s Choice” Great Place Designation by the American Planning Association.
- Possible sale of Radisson Paper Valley Hotel creates opportunity (posted Oct. 28, 2014)
The owners of the Paper Valley Hotel have taken steps in preparation for moving ahead with the future Fox Cities Exhibition Center by listing the hotel at the Auction.com website.
- Committee work for the week of October 27-31, 2014. (posted Oct. 24, 2014)
Here is a look at council committee work for the week of October 27-31, 2014.
- Valley Transit issues RFP for Paratransit (ADA & Ancillary) Service Contract (posted Oct. 24, 2014)
RFP VT-14-003
- Committee work for the week of October 20-24, 2014. (posted Oct. 20, 2014)
Here is a look at council committee work for the week of October 20-24, 2014.
- City updating photo database of homes (posted Oct. 16, 2014)
If you live north of Highway 41 or south of the Fox River in Appleton your house may soon be on camera.
- Valley Transit Announces Proposed 2015 Fare Increase (posted Oct. 13, 2014)
Proposed fare increase

- Common Council agenda for the week of October 13-17, 2014 (posted Oct. 10, 2014)
Here is a look at what’s on the Common Council agenda for the week of October 13-17, 2014.
- Common questions about the wheel tax and how it will be applied (posted Oct. 10, 2014)
Since the Common Council approved a wheel tax September 3, many questions have arisen as to who the tax will apply to and how it will be administered. Here are a number of questions and answers that have been posed to city staff.
- Olde Oneida St. bridge repairs completed (posted Oct. 9, 2014)
A 10-ton weight limit has been lifted from the Olde Oneida Street bridge after repairs following an inspection earlier this year.
- Committee work for the week of October 6-10, 2014. (posted Oct. 6, 2014)
Here is a look at council committee work for the week of October 6-10, 2014.
- Reid Golf Course redesign earns international award (posted Oct. 2, 2014)
The third annual American Society of Golf Course Architects Design Excellence Recognition Program recipients have been named. Projects from 12 courses in the United States and Asia have been cited for their work with ASGCA members in addressing unique design challenges.
- Focus on downtown redevelopment highlights 2015 budget (posted Oct. 1, 2014)
Mayor Tim Hanna presented his 2015 Executive Budget to the Appleton Common Council Wednesday night. It’s highlighted by several major projects aimed at spurring growth and investment in the downtown.
- Common Council agenda for the week of September 29-October 3, 2014 (posted Sept. 29, 2014)
Here is a look at what’s on the Common Council agenda for the week of September 29-October 3, 2014.
- Appleton Firefighters Local 257 Operation Warm Coat Campaign (posted Sept. 25, 2014)
Appleton Firefighters Local 257 Operation Warm Coat Campaign
- Help the Appleton Department of Public Works by taking a customer survey (posted Sept. 25, 2014)
Help the Appleton Department of Public Works by taking a customer survey.
- 2nd annual Sidewalk Poetry Program (posted Sept. 24, 2014)
The City of Appleton’s Department of Public Works is engaging in its 2nd annual Sidewalk Poetry Program. The idea (created by Saint Paul’s City Artist in Residence, Marcus Young) is to transform the city’s sidewalks into an open poetry book. By using our current sidewalk maintenance program and stamping poems into sidewalk squares throughout the city, we can create everyday moments of open-air reading for our residents!
- Octoberfest Weekend - Police Planning and Traffic Information (posted Sept. 23, 2014)
Motorists traveling through downtown Appleton should plan alternate routes during the Octoberfest weekend.

License to Cruise will take place on Friday, September 26, 2014. It begins at 6PM and ends at 9:30PM. To allow for staging of the vehicles involved in the event, College Avenue will close between Drew and Lawe Streets at 1PM. The remainder of College Avenue (from Memorial Drive/Richmond Street to Drew Street) will close two hours later at 3PM. Following the event, College Avenue will remain closed throughout the night and during the duration of Octoberfest.

Participants with vehicles in the License to Cruise event are reminded that shows of power (spinning tires, burn outs) are not permitted. Vehicles should not have motors running at any time during the actual event.

Additionally, License to Cruise is an alcohol free event.

Octoberfest takes place on Saturday, September 27, 2014. It runs from 9AM until 6PM.

Cross traffic will be restricted at the intersections of College Avenue and Morrison Street and the intersection of College Avenue and Appleton Street. The specific times for these closures are as follows:

License To Cruise (Friday, September 26, 2014): Appleton Street and Morrison Street will close at College Avenue between 6PM and 10:00PM. All other cross streets along College Avenue from Memorial Drive/Richmond Street to Drew Street will be closed the entire event starting at 3PM.

Octoberfest (Saturday, September 27, 2014): Appleton Street and Morrison Street will be closed at College Avenue between 9AM and 6PM. All cross streets along College Avenue from Memorial Drive/Richmond Street to Lawe Street will be closed for the entire event starting at 5AM and will not reopen until event clean up is completed (at approximately 9PM). Event attendees can assist in the clean-up process by giving crews from the City of Appleton Department of Public works the space they need for equipment operation.

A bypass route has been planned for northbound motorists on South Oneida Street (crossing the Skyline Bridge). It utilizes W. Prospect Avenue and diverts traffic to S. Memorial Drive. For motorists traveling southbound on N. Appleton Street, traffic will be diverted on W. Franklin Street to N. Richmond Street. These detours will be marked. During the events, Appleton Police Department personnel will monitor traffic conditions. To avoid the congested downtown area, motorists are encouraged to use the East College Avenue Bridge or South Memorial Bridge, in lieu of the Skyline Bridge.

The Appleton Police Department will not have a command vehicle at N. Appleton Street and W. College Avenue. If individuals become separated from their children, they are requested to respond to the Avenue Mall (College/Oneida). Two officers are assigned to the location.

The Appleton Police Department encourages attendees to follow event updates on the Appleton Police Department’s Twitter (@AppletonPD_WI) and Facebook page.

A reminder to those individuals attending theses events:
•NO alcoholic beverage carry-ins allowed at the events
•NO glass containers
•NO animals are allowed at special events
•Pedestrians must obey all traffic laws at intersections around the event
•Individuals consuming alcoholic beverages should plan a safe ride home.
•Extra patrols will be out during and after the events to help ensure a safe time for all.


For additional information, please contact Sgt. David Lund at (920)832-5509 or (920)419-5180.
- Committee work for the week of September 22-26 (posted Sept. 22, 2014)
Here is a look at council committee work for the week of September 22-26, 2014.
- September 23 is National Voter Registration Day (posted Sept. 22, 2014)
September 23 is National Voter Registration Day. The City of Appleton encourages all eligible voters to stop in, mail in, or go online to register to vote for the upcoming November 4 election.
- The City of Appleton Historic Preservation Commission invites you to participate in the nomination of property owners for its 2015 Historic Preservation Awards. (posted Sept. 15, 2014)
The City of Appleton Historic Preservation Commission invites you to participate in the nomination of property owners of residential and non-residential property who have taken care to preserve their property or have undertaken restoration or revitalization projects that have restored, rehabilitated, and/or preserved a part of the City’s historical resources. Two types of certificates will be given, one for Stewardship and one for Historic Preservation/Restoration. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION about the awards.

Visit the Historic Preservation webpage for more information about the Commission, to view a list of past award recipients and use the online nomination forms.
- Wheel tax proposal back to Common Council (posted Sept. 3, 2014)
After considering the idea for more than a month, Wednesday night the Common Council could vote on whether or not to adopt a wheel tax to replace part of the city's long-standing special assessment policy.
- Appleton Health Department receives highest state designation (posted Sept. 2, 2014)
When it comes to keeping our community healthy, state officials say Appleton is at the top of the list.
- Prepare and be disaster aware during National Preparedness Month (posted Sept. 2, 2014)
Do you have an emergency plan? How about an emergency kit?

Those are some of the questions the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Appleton Fire Department want you to ask yourself during National Preparedness Month.
- Appleton leading the pack in National Bike Challenge (posted Aug. 22, 2014)
When you see bikes riding down Appleton streets, there’s a pretty good chance at least some of those riders are helping Appleton maintain its lead in the National Bike Challenge.
- Common Council to debate wheel tax (posted Aug. 20, 2014)
Wednesday night the Common Council will take its first look at whether or not to adopt a wheel tax to replace part of the city's long-standing special assessment policy.
- Mayor Hanna invites community to join in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (posted Aug. 15, 2014)
Appleton Mayor Tim Hanna, Manitowoc Mayor Justin Nickels and De Pere Mayor Michael Walsh are inviting the community to join them to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge at the Appleton Farm Market Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. in Houdini Plaza.
- PFC selects interim Police Chief, starts search to replace Chief Helein (posted Aug. 14, 2014)
The Appleton Police and Fire Commission selected Jim Lewis as the interim Police Chief for the Appleton Police Department Thursday.
- Committee to debate charging homeowners for street reconstruction (posted Aug. 13, 2014)
Appleton's Finance Committee will meet at 4:30 Wednesday to tackle what will likely be the most debated portion of the city’s special assessment policy.
- Finance Committee recommends wheel tax to replace portion of special assessments (posted Aug. 13, 2014)
Appleton's Finance Committee approved a resolution Wednesday to adopt a wheel tax in lieu of a decades old portion of the special assessment policy that charged homeowners for part of the cost to reconstruct city streets.
- Voting information for partisan primary (posted Aug. 11, 2014)
There are a number of statewide and local races on the ballot in the Tuesday partisan primary election.
- Police Chief Pete Helein to retire from APD Sept. 5th (posted Aug. 8, 2014)
Police Chief Pete Helein notified Mayor Hanna and members of the Appleton Police and Fire Commission Thursday he plans to retire effective September 5, 2014.
- Appleton skate park construction under way (posted Aug. 7, 2014)
While they may have only turned over a shovelful of dirt Thursday, it’s a day local skaters have long been waiting for.
- Pierce Park adds brain games for kids with new trail (posted Aug. 6, 2014)
New adventures await children swinging by the Pierce Park playground.
- APD open house opens window to history of law enforcement (posted Aug. 5, 2014)
Walking into the basement of the Appleton police department Tuesday was like a walk back in time.
- Homeowner praises AFD installed smoke detector for saving her life (posted Aug. 1, 2014)
Appleton resident Jean Besaw said she made a simple mistake before she headed to bed Wednesday night.
- Overnight street repair work on College Ave. (posted July 29, 2014)
Public Works crews will be doing overnight street repair work to College Avenue from Drew Street to Richmond Street through Thursday morning.
- Appleton/Fox Cities rank high for places to do business (posted July 24, 2014)
Not only is Appleton a great place to live, but according to Forbes Magazine, a pretty good place to do business too.
- Plan to add more bike lanes on hold for now (posted July 23, 2014)
Some bike lane projects in Appleton are on hold, at least for now.
- Council changes new subdivision special assessment policy (posted July 17, 2014)
With little debate, at least at Wednesday’s meeting, the Appleton Common Council passed a change to the new subdivision portion of the city’s special assessment policy.
- Some homeowners to get notice of change in property values (posted July 15, 2014)
In just a few weeks thousands of Appleton homeowners will get a letter in the mail from the assessor’s office about a change in their property values.
- Construction work set for several Appleton bridges (posted July 11, 2014)
Construction work on several downtown Appleton bridges could may have an impact on your commute in the coming weeks.
- Appleton Skate Park project moving foward (posted July 10, 2014)
A skate park in Telulah Park is a step closer to reality after the city’s finance committee voted to approve a bid by Miron Construction Wednesday night.
- Finance committee slows down wheel tax discussion (posted July 10, 2014)
The idea of a wheel tax in Appleton is on hold, at least for now.
- New subdivision special assessment policy heads to council (posted July 10, 2014)
The portion of the city’s special assessment policy that deals with new subdivisions is heading back to council for approval.
- Sidewalk poetry program encourages you to watch where you step (posted July 9, 2014)
The first of six poems in a new citywide sidewalk poetry program were stamped at City Park Wednesday.
- Helping to understand Appleton's special assessment policy (posted July 3, 2014)
As Appleton's Common Council examines the city's special assessment policy over the coming weeks, we are posting a series of documents to help understand the process.
- RiverHeath Development celebrates grand opening (posted June 26, 2014)
A new housing project along the Fox River in Appleton that was eight years in the making celebrated its grand opening Wednesday.
- Fox Valley ready to corner the indoor sports tourism market (posted June 25, 2014)
A report presented to area leaders and tourism officials in Neenah Wednesday say the Fox Valley should build a state-of-the-art indoor sports facility to draw tourism to the area.
- Appleton Municipal Services Committee to discuss future bike lane projects (posted June 23, 2014)
Appleton's Municipal Services Committee will take a look at several different bike lane projects tentatively scheduled to be added to the city's growing network of bike lanes.
- Appleton named one of most affordable college towns (posted June 23, 2014)
Appleton has been named as one of the 50 most affordable college towns in the country.
- Appleton welcomes Wisconsin DAV State Convention (posted June 13, 2014)
Appleton welcomes the 86th annual Wisconsin DAV State Convention to the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel this weekend.
- Appleton named a must see summer destination (posted June 10, 2014)
The secret about the great things Appleton has to offer is out! A Huffington Post story named Appleton one of six small towns around the country to visit this summer.
- Street Music Week fills the air in Downtown Appleton for a good cause (posted June 10, 2014)
The second go-round of Street Music Week in Appleton is in full swing along College Avenue.
- Sign up to get Valley Transit service alerts via email. Visit www.myvtbus.com (posted May 29, 2014)
Stay informed on important Valley Transit service updates and alerts. Sign up for our new e-alert program
- Appleton Fire Department Annual Report 2013 (posted Feb. 13, 2014)
2013 annual report for the Appleton Fire Department
- Food Safety Tips During a Power Outage (posted Aug. 7, 2013)
Appleton Health Department has posted tips for food safety during a power outage.
- Online outdoor firepit permit application (posted May 1, 2013)
To apply online for an outdoor firepit permit, please click here.

Please Note: Currently this online Fire Permit application is compatible on computers with the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.

You can also apply for the outdoor firepit permit using the Google Chrome browser, however you will need to install the IE Tab extension for the Chrome browser and open the permit with the IE Tab enabled. The IE Tab can be found by clicking here.
- Appleton Fire Department's "Keep the Wreath Green" campaign (posted Nov. 26, 2012)
Appleton Fire Department's "Keep the Wreath Green" campaign
- Appleton Fire Department Red Shirt Friday Fundraiser (posted Nov. 15, 2012)
AFD Red Shirt Friday Fundraiser
- Effects of Concealed Carry Law on Valley Transit (posted Oct. 31, 2011)
Valley Transit will continue its policy of “Weapons of any kind, including firearms or knives, are prohibited, unless carried on board by a law enforcement officer" on Valley Transit buses, in bus shelters and in transfer centers as listed under "Rules of the Road" on the Rider's Guide and at this link.

This policy was reaffirmed by the Fox Cities Transit Commission on October 26, 2011.
- Reminder: Rummage sale signs cannot be placed in the terrace. (posted May 2, 2011)
Reminder: Rummage sale signs cannot be placed in the terrace. Signs are prohibited on the terrace or anywhere else in the public right-of-way. Signs, handbills, posters or notices may not be placed on traffic control boxes, traffic signs, utility poles, or traffic control support structures. See Municipal Code §§23-505 and 23-507.
- Coming February 14 -- Park up to 3 hours in the parking lot south of the Library. (posted Feb. 1, 2011)
In order to better accommodate Library visitors, beginning February 14 most meters in the lot in front of the Library will be extended to allow up to 3 hours.
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