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    The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) 2018 Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report (CAPER) is Available for Review


  • CNS Flyer 2019

    City of Appleton Announces Community-Wide Needs Survey

    The Mayor and Community & Economic Development Department invite Appleton residents to participate in an online Community-Wide Needs Survey during the month of May to assist the City with prioritization of community development and housing needs.


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    Sustainability efforts equal big savings and respect for our environment

    Appleton has been a leader in implementing smart, sustainable practices. Sustainability is important to the City, but not just for the label. The City makes efforts to engage in sustainable practices because it makes sense for the community in terms of quality of life and economic interest.

    04/22/2019 1:01 PM

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    Common Council approves ban on vaping in public places

    The Common Council unanimously approved a ban on vaping in public places in the city Wednesday. The ban mirrors the ban on smoking in public places, passed in 2005. Like that ban, exceptions were made for existing vape shops in the City.

    03/21/2019 11:07 AM

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    Water woes: Things to know with wet weather ahead

    Our Public Works crews have been hard at work clearing the storm drains to help prevent street flooding, but excessive water around your house could still cause flooding. We share some important tips about preparing for and handling floods in your home.


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    Fire causes temporary road closures downtown

    Eight people escaped injury from four apartments located above Author's Kitchen + Bar after a fire at the restaurant early Wednesday morning. The damage to the building will temporarily close portions of Appleton St. and Washington St.


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    Accessibility at the forefront of downtown mobility plan

    We now have a better idea what mobility changes are in store for downtown, based off a recently completed traffic study by our traffic engineering division.

    03/12/2019 12:40 PM