- Agent Authorization Letter - Download
- Certificate of Appropriateness - Download
- Certified Survey Map - Download
- Comprehensive Land Use Plan Map Amendment - Download
- Historic District Designation - Download
- Historic Structure & Site Designation - Download
- Home Occupation - Download
- Lot Line Adjustment - Download
- Minor Site Plan Review - Download
- Minor Variation Sign Ordinance - Download
- Non-Profit Food Stand Application - Download
- Non-Profit Food Stand Guidelines - Download
- Planned Development Amendment - Download
- Planned Development Rezoning - Download
- Preliminary and Final Plat - Download
- Public Dedication - Download
- Rescission of Historic Structure/Site or District Designation - Download
- Rezoning - Download
- Site Plan Review - Download
- Special Use Permit Amendment for Taverns and Restaurants with Alcohol - Download
- Special Use Permit Amendment - Download
- Special Use Permit for Alcohol Service - Download
- Special Use Permit - Download
- Starting a Bed and Breakfast - Download
These are the steps involved in starting a Bed and Breakfast
- Starting a Mobile Food Establishment - Download
These are the steps involved in starting a Mobile Food Establishment
- Starting a Restaurant - Download
- Starting a Retail Food Store - Download
- Stewardship and Historic Restoration/Preservation Nomination Form - Download
- Street Vacation - Download
- Temporary Restaurant Food Safety Guidelines - Download
Please review this document before filling out the application for a temporary restaurant license.
- Temporary Restaurant License - Download
Fill out this form to apply for a temporary restaurant license. Applications must be received by the Health Department at least 14 days prior to the event.
***For restaurant, retail food store, hotel, and bed and breakfast applications, please call the health department at 920-832-6429 to speak with a health inspector.
- Temporary Use or Structure - Download
- Traditional Neighborhood Development Amendment - Download
- Traditional Neighborhood Development Rezoning - Download
- Zoning Verification Letter Application - Download
- Auxiliary Questionnaire - Download
- General Policy Statement on Beer/Liquor Licensing - Download
- Liquor License Questionnaire - Download
- Operator/Bartender license - Download
- Original Alcohol Beverage License application - Download
- Renewal Alcohol Beverage License application - Download
- Schedule For Appointment of Agent - Download
- Special Class "B" Beer (picnic) License - Download
- Transfer of Premises - Download
- 2009 Biosolids Management Program Annual Performance Report - Download
- 2010 UW Madison Annual Biosolids Progress Report - Download
- AWWTP Biosolids Management Program Brochure - Download
- 2017 Immunization Clinic Schedule - Download
- Horario del año 2017 para la clínica de inmunización - Download
Consumer Confidence Report
- CCR 2005 - Download
- CCR 2006 - Download
- CCR 2007 - Download
- CCR 2008 - Download
- CCR 2009 - Download
- CCR 2010 - Download
- CCR 2011 - Download
- CCR 2012 - Download
- CCR 2013 - Download
- CCR 2014 - Download
- CCR 2015 - Download
- Absentee Ballot Request - Hospitalized Voter - Download
If you are in the hospital and unable to go to the polls on election day, you can receive an absentee ballot by appointing an agent to deliver and return your completed ballot. The elector and assigned agent need to complete the absentee ballot request form. To obtain a ballot while in the hospital,you can use this form.
- Absentee Ballot Request - Permanent - Download
If you are indefinitely confined because of age, illness, infirmity or disability, you can receive an absentee ballot on a permanent basis by printing out and mailing in this form.
- Absentee Ballot Request - Download
Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may request to vote an absentee ballot. To obtain an absentee ballot you may
1. Personally come to the City Clerk's office to cast an absentee ballot, or
2. You can make a request in writing and we will mail you an absentee ballot. The written request must include your voting address within the City of Appleton, the address where the absentee ballot should be sent, if different, and your signature. You can also print our Absentee Ballot Request form. If you use this form, remember TO SIGN AND DATE THE FORM BEFORE SUBMITTING IT.
Absentee ballots are available 2 weeks prior to each Election
The City is divided into Aldermanic Districts and Wards, which determine your voting location. Your voting location can be found by using the polling locations search: Where Do I Vote In Appleton? Enter your address and click "search" to learn your district number, polling location and view of map showing the location.
The deadline for making application to vote absentee by mail is 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding the election. The deadline for voting an absentee ballot in the municipal clerk's office is 5:00 p.m. on the Friday preceding the election.
All voted ballots must be returned to the Clerk's office so they can be delivered to the proper polling location before the polls close on Election Day. Any ballot received after the polls close will not be counted.
- Acceptable Proof of Residence - Download
- Election Dates - Download
Listing of upcoming elections in the City of Appleton
- Election Worker Interest - Download
How do I become an election worker? Complete the Election Worker Interest Form and return it to the City Clerk.
- Nomination Papers - Download
Nomination Papers must be completed and filed with the City Clerk in order to have your name placed on the ballot.
- Polling Place Locations - Download
To determine your City of Appleton polling place, go to My Neighborhood and follow the instructions.
- Voter Registration - Download
Anyone wishing to vote in the City of Appleton has three options to register:
- IN PERSON
- BY MAIL
- AT THE POLLING PLACE ON ELECTION DAY
2. BY MAIL: Complete the Voter Registration Application. Print the form, BE SURE TO SIGN AND DATE THE FORM, and mail to the Appleton City Clerk's Office along with a copy of acceptable proof of residence. You may register by mail until 5:00 p.m. on the 3rd Wednesday preceding the election.
3. AT THE POLLING PLACE ON ELECTION DAY: If you wish to register to vote at your polling place, you must bring acceptable proof that you have lived at your present location for 28 days preceding the election. This is ONE piece containing both the current name and address.
Important: The copy of the proof of residence must be included when submitting the voter registration application by mail.
What if I have changed my name or my address since I voted last?
To change your name and or address you will need to complete a new Voter Registration Application. Attach one form of acceptable proof of residence and mail to the Office of the City Clerk. You are also welcome to personally visit the City Clerk's office to make the necessary changes to your voter registration record. Feel free to call 832-6447 if you have any questions.
Forms and Handouts
The Federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) (18 U.S.C. § 2721) prohibits the disclosure of certain “personal information” or “highly restricted personal information” which originates from a State motor vehicle record. Under current controlling law, disclosure of each item “personal information” or “highly restricted personal information” must be justified by the specific permissible use identified below. Failure to provide such justification may result in redaction of the record requested. Such information shall not knowingly be disclosed or otherwise made available without the express consent of the person to whom the information pertains or unless specifically permitted by the DPPA. For purposes of determining whether such information should be released or redacted, please complete and return this form.
- Homeowner Rehabilitation Loan Information - Download
Licenses and Permits
- Christmas Tree - Download
- Cigarette - Download
- Close-Out Sale - Download
- Commercial Solicitation - Download
In the City of Appleton, it is permissible to hang flyers soliciting business on the doors of homes. The flyers must identify the business being advertised, must be securely attached to the door, contain nothing “improper”, must not be dropped to vacant homes and must be dropped during daylight hours (Municipal Code Section 12-2).
If you leave information at/on the door like a flyer or hangtag, no license is required. A commercial solicitation license is required for anything other than leaving information (including knocking, ringing the bell or any contact with the resident).
A Commercial Solicitation License is also required if the telephone is used for “cold calling” to try to solicit business.
No permit is required for newspaper ads or mailings.
Please call the City Clerk’s office, 832-6443, to get any additional questions answered.
- Escort Service - Download
- Farm Market - Download
Fire Department info
- Fireworks - Download
- Mechanical Amusement Device - Download
- Mobile Home Park - Download
- Pawnbroker - Download
- Pet Store/Kennel - Download
- Salvage Dealer - Download
- Secondhand Article/Jewelry - Download
- Special Events Manual - Download
This manual will assist you in planning your Special Event and providing contact information for the departments involved in approving your application for a Special Event license.
- Special Events - Download
- Special Event Policy - Download
- Special Event Recycling Brochure - Download
- Special Event Walk & Run Paint Marking Requirements - Download
- Taxicab/Limousine Driver - Download
- Taxicab Company - Limousine Service - Download
- Noise Variance - Download
Information on the City's noise ordinance and how to apply for a variance.
- Autism Elopement Alert Form - Download
- Big Red Safety Toolkit - Download
- Wisconsin Flood Toolkit - Download
- Winter Weather Toolkit - Download
- Chemical Release Toolkit - Download
- Wisconsin Wildfire Toolkit - Download
- Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR) - Download
Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring (UCMR) benefits the environment and public health by providing EPA and other interested parties with scientifically valid data on the occurrence of these contaminants in drinking water, permitting assessment of the population being exposed and the levels of exposure. This data set is one of the primary sources of occurrence and exposure information the Agency uses to develop regulatory decisions for emerging contaminants.