Welcome to the Town of Center!
The Town of Center is located in Outagamie County, Wisconsin, north of the city of Appleton. The town enjoys a blend of family farming operations, rural residential development and two local community focal points - Mackville and Center Valley.
In 2010, the Center Valley Grade School built in 1887 was enrolled in the State and National Registers of Historic Places. The one-room schoolhouse has been renovated to look as it did in the 1940s. The school is open for scheduled tours by the "Friends of Center Valley Grade School" by calling 920-734-5073.
2021 Open Book & Board of Review
Notice of Board of Review for the Town of Center, Outagamie County
OPEN BOOK: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2021 FROM 9:00AM - 5:00PM
BOARD OF REVIEW: TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2021 FROM 6:00PM - 8:00PM
2022 DOG LICENSES
Per State Statute, you must get a new license every year from your municipality. 2022 licenses will be available at the Town Clerk’s office mid-December. The Certificate of Vaccination must be included with tag fee payment. Currently, the fee is $4.00 per spayed or neutered dog. If your dog is not spayed or neutered, the fee is $9.00 per dog. If your animal is new to your household and more than 5 months old, you must obtain the license within 30 days of getting the dog. Generally the following information: your name, address, phone #, dog’s name, if they are spayed/neutered is included on the Certificate of Vaccination. A separate dog license application form is not required. PLEASE INCLUDE A STAMPED, SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE. NOTE: the Certificate of Vaccination will be returned with your license.
Garbage and Recycling Pickup Day
Residents west of State Road 47 will be picked up on FRIDAYs.
Residents east of State Road 47 will be picked up on MONDAYs.
Weed Ordinance Notice
Every person is required by law to destroy all of the following noxious weeds growing on land in the Town of Center, OutagamieCounty, owned, operated, or controlled by that person: Canada thistle, leafy spurge, field bindweed (creeping jenny), and others as determined by the Town Board.
If the town board determines after investigation of the conditions on the land that the persons owning, occupying, or controlling the land have failed to destroy all noxious weeds on the land, the town board may cause to be served upon any or all of those persons a copy of the notice required under ss.66.0407 (4), Wisconsin Statutes, together with a statement commanding that the noxious weeds upon the land shall be destroyed within 15 days of the receipt of the notice or the person shall be subject to a forfeiture as provided in the Town of Center Noxious Weed Ordinance.