Town of Woodville

County: Calumet
Population (2010 Census): 980
The Town of Woodville is located at the north end of Calumet County. A portion of the Village of Hilbert lies in Woodville, as does all of the unincorporated communities of St. John and Dundas. Woodville is proud of its agricultural activity and its open landscape.

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Town of Vandenbroek

Founded: 1902
County: Outagamie
Population (2010 Census): 1,474
The Town of Vandenbroek is located along Hwy. 41 nestled between Kaukauna and Little Chute. The township, founded in 1902, is named after Father Van den Broek, a Dutch priest who came to America in 1832 and settled in what later became the Village of Little Chute.

Today the Town of Vandenbroek encompasses 89 square miles of farmland and continues to experience steady growth.

Town of Neenah

Founded: 1848
County: Winnebago
Population (2010 Census): 3,237

Rustic, quaint and semi-rural are the adjectives best describing the Town of Neenah. The Town’s fields, meadows, lakefront and wetlands lend to the Green Belt running on both sides of the City of Neenah.

Neighborhoods evolving along the shores of Lake Winnebago possess unique characteristics contributing to the Town’s rural feel. Winding and rustic roads host a variety of activities from hiking to biking.

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Town and Village of Harrison

Founded: 1853
County: Calumet
Population (2010 Census): 10,839
The Town and Village of Harrison is located on the northeast shore of Lake Winnebago and represents one of the fastest growing areas of the Fox Cities. Its ideal location near the lake makes it desirable for residential and commercial development.

The Town of Harrison was chartered in 1853, at which time the township was known as the Town of Lima. Since that first Town meeting on the “Pratt” farm south of Sherwood, the Town of Harrison has become a thriving community of 5037 residents in 2000. Census information received recently indicates that the current population is now approximately 7389 individuals. Harrison encompasses some 30 square miles of land and 80 miles of town roads.

Town of Greenville

Founded: 1848
County: Outagamie
Population (2010 Census): 10,309

Town of Greenville, located west of Grand Chute is the fastest growing commercial area of the state, while retaining its rich farming heritage.

Greenville is home to the Outagamie County Airport (ATW), and is currently developing a 58-acre family recreation area featuring a Wisconsin agricultural theme.

Historic buildings such as the Greenville Grange now serve as a community gathering place and the former train station and hotel has been transformed into the Greenville Station restaurant.

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Town of Grand Chute

Founded: 1849
County: Outagamie
Population (2010 Census): 20,919
The Town of Grand Chute combines he charm of a rural community with the amenities of a larger urban area. With U.S. Highway 41 intersecting the town, Grand Chute is the commercial hub of the Fox Cities. The Fox River Mall, with over 1 million square feet of shopping space is the largest shopping center in the State north of Milwaukee. In and around the Highway 41 corridor are a variety of shopping, dining, entertainment and indoor recreational opportunities.

For family entertainment, Grand Chute offers Fox Cities Stadium, home of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, the Milwaukee Brewers’ Class “A” minor league affiliate. Grand Chute also features a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities such as disc golf at Plamann Park and Bubolz Nature Preserve – a 600-acre environmental center.

Whether you are looking for the relaxation of a small town or something more exciting, the Town of Grand Chute has it for you.

City of Appleton

Incorporated: 1857
Counties: Outagamie, Calumet, Winnebago
Population (2010 Census): 72,623

The heart of Wisconsin’s Fox Cities, Appleton is a community known for its quality of life. A bustling economy, low crime rate and bountiful recreational opportunities make Appleton a great place to live and visit. Appleton’s eclectic downtown is home to many specialty retail shops, fine dining and a wide array of ethnic eateries. At the east end of downtown is Lawrence University, a leading liberal arts college that attracts students from around the world.

Appleton was home to escape artist Harry Houdini and celebrated author Edna Ferber. The History Museum at the Castle in Appleton highlights the lives of both in permanent displays. Another Appleton attraction is the Hearthstone Historic House Museum, the world’s first home to be lit by a hydroelectric center.

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City of Kaukauna

Incorporated: 1885
County: Outagamie
Population(2010 Census): 15,462
The City of Kaukauna is located on the picturesque Fox River between the waters of Green Bay and Lake Winnebago. The ever-flowing Fox River provides Kaukauna with outstanding scenery and fishing opportunities, as well as making it a key papermaking city.

The community offers many fine attractions such as 1000 Islands Environmental Center, a 320 acre nature and education preserve, the historic Grignon Mansion, home to Kaukauna pioneer and fur trader Charles Grignon, many fine shops and restaurants, and a trail system that features a nine piece bronze sculpture garden and the Fox Locks Heritage Trail.

City of Menasha

Incorporated: 1874
County: Winnebago, Calumet
Population (2010 Census): 17,353

Located on the north shore of Wisconsin’s largest inland lake, Menasha enjoys a beautiful waterfront setting. This navigable waterway running through the heart of Menasha provides recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Waterpower afforded by the Fox River helped establish Menasha as an industrial center in the mid to late 19th century. Its industrial heritage carries through to today with the paper industry providing the economic underpinnings of the city and the area.

Menasha retains elements of its historic character in a rejuvenated downtown and has reoriented itself to the waterfront with an 87-slip marina.
Impressive community parks and the newly developed Heckrodt Wetland Reserve reflect the city’s commitment to providing opportunities for everyone to enjoy its abundant resources.

City of Neenah

Incorporated: 1873
County: Winnebago
Population (2010 Census): 25,501

Whether you’re looking for a place to live or do business, Neenah offers something special for everyone. The metro area’s business climate has earned it the ranking of third best market for business development among all small metropolitan areas in the nation.

Neenah’s nationally recognized historic downtown is a delightful, friendly place to shop. At the end of downtown, historic mansions of area paper barons surround Riverside Park and Kimberly Point Park offering a spectacular architectural walking tour along Lake Winnebago and the Fox River. The Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass, former home to the paper industry’s Bergstrom family, houses the world’s largest collection of glass paperweights as well as featuring traveling displays.

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