Population (2010 Census): 3,328
Combined Locks is the smallest incorporated community in the Fox Cities with a quality of life unique to the area. It is considered a quiet, peaceful “bedroom community” yet is the proud home of two of the area’s most dynamic employers – U.S. Oil and Appleton, Inc.
It is growing rapidly yet retains ample acreage of wooded and ravine filled parklands to insure tranquil green spaces in an ever-expanding urban environment.
It is a small community made up of caring people . . . and a great place to live.
Founded: 2016 (Formerly the Town of Menasha, founded in 1854)
Population (2010 Census): 18,498
Thriving on the picturesque banks of Little Lake Butte des Morts, the Town of Menasha “bridges” the Fox Cities into the future.
Home to several Fortune 500 companies, the Town’s dynamic growth affords its residents the charm and amenities of small town life in an urban setting.
The Town’s low tax rate allows for various housing opportunities and superior municipal services, including a nationally accredited police department and top-ten ranked statewide fire department.
With over 200 acres of pristine parkland, miles of paved pedestrian/bicycle trails, including the Fox Cities Trestle, the Town offers year-round recreational activities for the entire family.
At the center of several new transportation corridors, including US Highway 10 and County Highway CB, the Town is an ideal location for residential and commercial development.
A progressive community with a proud past, the Town always encourages quality development to preserve what the residents and businesses expect as their high quality of life.
Population (2012 Census): 2,711
The area now occupied by the Village of Hortonville was once home to the Sac, Fox and Ho-Chunk peoples. European control of the area was first documented as part of the Northwest Territory in 1789 which was succeeded by the Wisconsin Territory in 1836. The Village was founded in 1848 and named after its first settler, Alonzo E. Horton (1813-1909), who later was one of the founders and developers of San Diego, CA. In 1873, Hortonville was serviced by its first railroad and was also the site of one of the first match light factories in the world. On August 11, 1894, Hortonville was incorporated as a village.
Home to Outagamie County’s only lake, the Village of Hortonville is a growing place of friendly people with a strong work ethic, a place of safe neighborhoods and affordable housing, a place in close proximity to excellent learning and medical facilities, a place near bountiful shopping opportunities and unlimited recreational and sightseeing opportunities.
Population: (2010 Census): 6,468
Kimberly offers the surrealism of life along the banks of the Fox River in a suburban setting that has maintained its small town atmosphere in the “Heart of the Fox Cities.” One of the largest parks in the Fox Cities, Sunset Point Park, is a frequent host to the International Softball Congress (ISC) World Tournament as well as home to the Kimberly Amphitheatre, nature trails, boat landings and passive recreation areas.
The quality of life has gained Kimberly a reputation for excellent housing, quality schools and a thriving community located in the heart of the Fox Cities.
Prosperity and growth abound in this picturesque community whose citizens continue to work together to maintain their reputation as “The Progressive Community.”
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Population (2010 Census): 10,449
Nestled in the heart of the Fox Cities, just east of Appleton, the village of Little Chute combines a pleasant small-town atmosphere with all the amenities of a larger metropolitan area.
The village is blessed with an abundance of natural resources – including the historic Fox River on its southern border.
While larger cities are just a short drive away, the Village of Little Chute offers a wonderful quality of life and is truly “on the river and on the way.”
Population (2010 Census): 2,713
Sherwood, nestled between the rolling green farmlands of Calumet County and the sparkling waters of Lake Winnebago, is overlooked by the exposed Niagara Escarpment which offers a pleasant view of the area. Sherwood features a dynamic community of retail, agricultural, and recreational businesses, with a wide selection
Abundant open space, two golf courses, a state park, towering cliffs, rich history, 137,000 acre Lake Winnebago, miles of paved and unpaved walking, bicycling, and horseback trails are some of accoutrements available to guests and residents of the Village of Sherwood.
Population (2010 Census): 6,755
The Town of Buchanan was established in January 1858 at an adjourned session of the County Board of Outagamie County. The resolution creating the new town provided that the first annual meeting be held at the local schoolhouse. Buchanan’s name derived from then president James Buchanan.
The town continues to be one of the fastest growing residential and commercial areas in Outagamie County.
Population (2010 Census): 3,951
One of the fastest growing communities in the Fox Cities, the Town of Clayton marks the western boundary of the area. Beautiful residential development and the WIOUWASH Recreational Trail add to Clayton’s appeal.
Population (2010 Census): 5,842
Located halfway between Green Bay and Appleton, the Town of Freedom was formed in 1852 and soon after settled by the Irish, Dutch and German. Named by a grateful runaway slave, Freedom was originally called “Sangola” an Indian name meaning “good morning.” Historically a small, successful farming community Freedom is now a booming residential area.