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Aug 12, 2022

Landscape with Lakes in Mind

Your beautiful outdoor space doesn't have to come at the price of clean lakes and streams. Minimizing runoff reduces damage to your property and lessens the amount of potentially harmful substances reaching our local waterways. Opt for grassy areas and native plantings whenever possible. Where needed, install pavement like open bricks that allow water to sink into the ground. Visit for more tips to reduce stormwater runoff leaving your property.

May be an image of outdoors, tree and text that says 'Less Hard Surface The more concrete or blacktop your property has, the more water will run off and into storm drains. Stormwater can carry oil, grease, fertilizer, bacteria, and heavy metals straight to local water bodies. Keeping your lawn as natural as possible or adding a rain garden- rainwater infiltration up to 75%! can increase Landscape Visit for information about rain gardens! with Lakes 1n Mind Fox-WOLF Ourwaters' Read More
Apr 04, 2022

High Cliff Connection


High Cliff Connection Study Plan

East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission is excited to share with the general public the draft High Cliff Connection Study plan through the project website. Below is a link, and you can view and download the full draft plan document, as well as individual chapters:

High Cliff Connection_Engagement Flyer

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Yard Waste Site Information


Map and More Info can be found HERE

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Harrison Job Opportunities

Village of Harrison is seeking to fill the following positions: Read More

All dogs 5 months and older must be licensed in the Village by March 31 of each year.  To obtain a license, provide a copy of the Rabies Vaccination Certificate from your Veterinarian. The current cost is $10 for spayed/neutered and $15 for unaltered.  Any request processed after March 31 will be charged a $5 late fee. 
Licenses can be purchased beginning mid December. If purchasing by mail, please send payment, copy of rabies vaccination record, and self addressed stamped envelope to:
Harrison Municipal Building
W5298 State Road 114
Menasha, WI 54952
If you no longer have a dog that was previously registered in the Village of Harrison, please contact us at (920) 989-1062 to have that dog removed from our registry. Read More

Village of Harrison President

January 27, 2022 
Village of Harrison 
Calumet County, WI 
On January 25, 2022, the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Harrison appointed former Town Chairperson Allison Blackmer to the seat of Village President.  The appointment is for the remainder of the term which is until April of 2023. 
Matt Heiser 
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Fire Dept. looking for fire training buildings.

Attention: Property Owners & Building Contractors
Wanted: Homes/Structures for Emergency Personnel Training
Click HERE for more information. Read More

To All Village Residents and Property Owners:

On October 27th, 2020, the Village Board passed Ordinance V20-16 that amended the Garners Creek Stormwater Utility to the Village of Harrison Stormwater Utility. This ordinance changes the charging of the stormwater fees from only a portion of the Village to the whole Village. 

The reason for this change is that the State of Wisconsin and the Department of Natural Resources have adopted phosphorus limits for Lake Winnebago that will require the Village to construct stormwater management facilities throughout the Village to reduce the amount of pollutants going into Lake Winnebago. Because these facilities will service areas outside the original Garners Creek basin, the Village Board determined that it would be most equitable if the stormwater utility were expanded to include the whole Village.

Due to these changes, property owners noticed a change on their tax bill. Those property owners who were located outside the original Garners Creek Stormwater Utility saw an increase of $50 per ERU (equivalent runoff unit) per residential parcel. For those property owners that were located in the original Garners Creek Stormwater Utility, they saw a decrease in their stormwater utility bill from $96 per ERU per residential parcel to $50 per ERU. If you own a parcel that is not residential, the ERU will be charged on a pro-rated basis. Unimproved agricultural land will not be charged a stormwater fee.

In February and March of 2021, the Village Board passed an ordinance amendment V21-06 and policy to allow for credits and adjustments to the stormwater fee.  Residential property owners that have a home on two or more parcels, own contiguous parcels, or own a parcel across the street may have their ERUs adjusted.  Non-residential property owners may receive ERU credits for reducing flow rates and/or improving water quality.  Non-metallic mining operations may receive ERU credits if certain conditions are met. 

All adjustment or credit requests must be made in writing by submitting the Stormwater Utility Credit Application form.  A copy of such form is included in this posting by clicking on the link or you may request a form by contacting the Village. 

Please complete the Stormwater Utility Credit Application form and return it to the Village for possible ERU credit or adjustment.  Any application received prior to April 1, 2021 may be adjusted for the prior year (2020 tax bill) and possible reimbursement of the stormwater fee, or portion thereof, that was already paid.  If you have any questions, please contact the Village Manager at 920-989-1062. 

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Matt Lancaster 884 votes
Julene Baldwin 772 votes
Darlene Bartlein 664 votes
Lou Miller 638 votes
Kirk Pontow 496 votes
Dennis Reed 454 votes

Kevin Hietpas 1226 votes

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CTH N Public Involvement Meeting
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A letter from Village Manager Travis Parish can be found HERE. Read More

Administrative Committee Application

The Village Board is looking for interested applicants to serve on a newly created Administrative Committee.  The 5-person committee will consist of 3 village board members and 2 citizen members. 
Interested Village of Harrison citizens should complete the application found HERE and return it by mail or email (addresses listed on application). Read More

2002 Peterbilt Plow Truck for Sale

2002 Peterbilt Model 330 Medium Duty Plow Truck for Sale

Asking Price - $23,000 / OBO 
First come, first served if offering asking price, OBO's will be considered after July 15, 2022. Read More