City of Menasha
140 Main Street ● Menasha, Wisconsin 54952-3151
Menasha is a city
of 17,437 located on the north west shore of Lake Winnebago and the mouth of
the Fox River. Our neighborhoods are filled with diverse and friendly people;
head to the eastern side of the City and you'll find a suburban lifestyle with
convenient access to major retail areas both north and west. Menasha's riverfront
downtown is seeing a revival filled with art, restaurants, and history. Visit
our parks and trails, explore our history, and enjoy the friendly atmosphere
that is our community.
The City of Menasha is inviting the public, property owners, businesses,
interest groups, and other impacted parties to review and comment on
its Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Municipal Separate
Storm Sewer System Permit (MS4) 2013 Annual Report and the city's MS4
questions, and inquiries may be directed to:
of Public Works
140 Main Street
or via email
3rd Annual Backdraft Bike Tour
Sunday, June 8, 2014
Jefferson Park - City of Menasha (Rain or Shine)
The first route leaves at 7:00 a.m.
Click here for more info
City of Menasha "Clean Sweep" program for hazardous waste
The 2014 event will be held
Friday, April 25, from 3-6pm at the City of Menasha Public Works Facility, 455 Baldwin St., Menasha
Also on Friday and Saturday at other locations. Click here for more information about this event.
Click here for a brochure with maps to all locations.
RECREATIONAL FIRE PERMITS
ARE ISSUED IN THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT
THE PERMIT FEE IS $20
AND RUNS JANUARY 1-DECEMBER 31
CLICK LINK BELOW FOR
APPLICATION AND GUIDELINES
RECREATIONAL FIRE PERMIT
THE APPLICATION AND GUIDELINES
a Home Improvement Project?
Permits are required for new structures, most remodeling and for plumbing and electrical work. Inspectors may be contacted during office hours (M-F, 8-10:00 a.m. and 12-1 p.m) if you have any questions regarding building or remodeling projects.Click here for information on building permits, property lines, fences, sheds and more!
Used Oil Filters & Absorbents Landfill Ban
2009 Wisconsin Act 86 bans the disposal of used oil filters and absorbents in
Wisconsin landfills as of January 1, 2011.
Who Does the Landfill Ban Apply To?
- The ban applies to everyone in the state, including individuals, homeowners,
farmers, businesses, commercial & industrial facilities, educational institutions
What Does the Ban Cover? Click here for more info.
Radon Home Test Kits Available
at Menasha Health Department
Follow link for more information on radon and how to obtain a Radon Home Test Kit.