The Village of Hortonville is a vibrant community of 2,705 residents (2010 population census) located in southwestern Outagamie County, an area known as the Fox Valley. The Village is located at the intersection of State Highway 15 and County Highway M, 10 miles northwest of the City of Appleton. Approximately 1 million people live and work within a 50 miles radius of the Village. Green Bay is 43 miles to the northeast, Oshkosh 24 miles to the south and Fond du Lac 50 miles to the southeast. The Village is the site of the only lake in the county – the 75 acre Black Otter Lake.
URGENT NOTICE! ALL WATER & SEWER UTILITY CUSTOMERS TO RUN WATER 24 HOURS PER DAY
Due to the extreme cold this winter, there have been numerous water laterals freezing up. When a lateral freezes up, you have NO WATER.
The Village Board has decided that all Hortonville Water & Sewer Utility customers shall leave a cold water faucet on 24 hours per day until further notice in an attempt to prevent the freezing of water laterals.
Please click here to read the notice to learn about this problem and what you should do NOW.
PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD FOR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE 2035
The Village of Hortonville Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on the proposed adoption of the Village of Hortonville Comprehensive Plan Update 2035. The public hearing will be held on March 24, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Hall (lower level) at 312 West Main Street, Hortonville WI. A Public Informational Session will be held on the draft plan at 6:00 p.m. at the same date and location. The Hortonville Village Board will take action on the proposed adoption of the Village of Hortonville Comprehensive Plan Update 2035 at their monthly board meeting on April 3, 2014.
Please click here to see the entire notice for more information.
CELL TOWER LEASE AVAILABLE
The Village of Hortonville currently has an opening for a communications facility lease on our water tower at 521 W. Cedar St. The site includes an existing fully powered and air conditioned communication shelter building, and associated conduits running to the base of the water tower. Site availability date: April 3, 2014.
BUILDING PERMIT FEE REDUCTION FOR 2014!
The Village has reduced residential building permit fees for 2014. Now is the time to build in Hortonville!
KWIK TRIP CUSTOMERS PITCH IN FOR STORM RELIEF
The Village of Hortonville recently received $140 from the Hortonville Kwik Trip. The money was donated to the Village for tornado relief and was collected from Hortonville Kwik Trip patrons over a one-month period. The tornado struck Hortonville On August 7th.
WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH THE TREES?
The Village of Hortonville lost a great number of trees along Main Street, in our parks, and at many private residences during the storm on August 7, 2013. The Village's Tree Board is currently working with tree experts to develop a plan for the replanting of our urban forest and the re-beautification of our home town. The goal is to kick off the tree replacement program in the spring of 2014. We would like to remind everyone about the Memorial Tree Program. Please contact the Administration office at 779-6011 for more information.
SEE THE VILLAGE VOICE FOR NEWS AND INFO
See news and info about the Christmas tree pickup dates, property taxes and dog licenses, the 2014 Spring Election, Hortonville's trees, a Comprehensive Plan update, Village buildings for sale, how to advertise your group event, volunteering to help decide events for seniors, and much more!
DIRECTORY OF AVAILABLE ASSISTANCE FOR AFTER THE TORNADO
Many people and businesses need help or have questions after the August 7th tornado. A directory of available assistance lists many options for funding, repair assistance, or even answers to questions. Click here to get a copy of the Directory.
WATER LINE INSURANCE?
Some residents have received a mailing recently offering water line insurance.
This insurance is offered by private insurance companies and is not offered or sponsored by the Village of Hortonville. Insurance of this type is not mandated for your water lines.
PURCHASE VETERANS MEMORIAL BRICKS
The Veterans Memorial has really moved along! The concrete walk is in and the memorial has been installed. One stone benche has been purchased and will be installed. You can purchase an engraved brick to honor your veterans or make a donation for the memorial or a bench. Just click on Forms, Permits, Licenses in the left margin to be able to download a copy of the purchase form.