2019 Holiday Decorating Contest

We need our residents to be our eyes by nominating your fellow Ledgeview neighbors for the 2019 Holiday Decorating Contest by e-mailing or calling 920-336-3360 ext. 105 until December 12th at 5:00 PM. We can’t wait to see what unique decorations are submitted this year! Don’t miss out, get your nominations in today!


Public Involvement Open House – South Bridge Connector

Wondering about the status of the South Bridge Connector also known as the Southern Bridge?  Brown County is hosting a Public Involvement Open House on Wednesday, December 11, 2019 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Altmayer Elementary School, 3001 Ryan Road.  A presentation will be held at 6:45 p.m.

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Committee Members Needed

During this season of sharing and caring consider giving back to your community as a Committee Member, Commission Member, or Fire Fighter.  You can help shape the future of Ledgeview! There’s opening for:

Simply click on the link above to see the exceptions of each committee, commission, or Fire Fighter, and submit an application or information sheet today!

Oak Ridge Circle Urbanization Project Soil Stabilizer

Oak Ridge Circle Urbanization Project Residents:

Due to the extremely wet fall weather and early winter, landscaping, including seed and mulch, will not be completed until Spring 2020. The contractor will be applying a soil stabilizer to aid in soil erosion control until final landscaping is done. Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation.

Yard Waste, What Do We Do with It?

The Town does not offer curbside leaf collection. Yard waste can be brought to the Compost Site on Rockland Road.  The Compost Site is open 7 days a week from dawn to dusk, a sticker is not needed to use the site.

Directions to Compost Site:
From intersection CTH X (Heritage Road) and CTH PP (Broadway) by Legends and Bay Lake Bank – continue south on PP past Valley Cabinet.  Just south of De Pere Veterinary Services – Turn right onto Rockland Road, go past Mommaerts Auto Salvage, and the Compost Site is on the same side of the road as Mommaerts.

Does Your Mailbox Condition Look Similar?

If your mailbox looks like similar to the condition of  to this one, it’s not going to survive the snowplow.  Now’s the time to make sure your mailbox is secured in the correct location to make it through the winter snowplowing season.

Town snow removal operations may accidentally damage a mailbox. If you are located on a Town road and your mailbox is damaged, please call the Public Works Department at (920) 336-3360 x102 or x111 to report the damage and your claim will be investigated. Also, motor route newspaper boxes mounted to the mailboxes, which obstruct the recommended clearance under a mailbox, may cause damage that will not be covered by the Town. Mailboxes shall be installed per the U.S. Postal Service regulations shown below.