August 9th Election Information

PARTISAN PRIMARY ELECTION In-Person Voting: TUESDAY AUGUST 9, 2022 | 7am-8pm | Waupaca Recreation Center To learn more about elections and registration visit this page: Elections & Voting – City of Waupaca, WI VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling…

Full Time Building Inspector

The City of Waupaca is seeking applicants for a full-time Building Inspector. About WaupacaThe City of Waupaca has a population of 6,282 residents as of the 2020 Census and has seen an influx ofpopulation growth over the past two years. The City of Waupaca has just completed a Main Streetrenovation…

South Park Beach Health Advisory


T-Mobile Awards City $50,000 Grant Thanks to our shared grant writer, Greg Grohman, the City of Waupaca has received a $50,000 grant from T-Mobile. These funds will be utilized to aid in the revitalization of city square. Some possible uses of the funding include furniture and some interactive elements. Thank you to T-Mobile for…

Main Street Ribbon Cutting

City staff, elected officials and the community celebrated the completion of Main Street at a ribbon cutting ceremony. This was held on Saturday, June 18th @ 10am. View video of the remarks and ribbon cutting below.

Full Time Patrol Officer

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Pay by the Bag Price Increase

Pay-By-The-Bag garbage price will increase from $3 per tag to $4 per tag starting June 20th, 2022.  The increase is necessary to help the WRRCC offset expenses.  A similar increase was enacted in 2014. Tags are available for purchase at Waupaca City Hall, Piggly Wiggly, Pick n Save, Waupaca Rec…

Utility Bill Payments

The City of Waupaca wants to remind residents about the official ways to pay their utility (Water/Sewer/Garbage/Waupaca Online) bills: Drop off your payment to either dropbox at City HallMail your payment to City Hall, 111 S. Main StreetPay at the City Hall front counter with cash, check or credit cardSign-Up…

City of Waupaca Receives $75,000 grant to address Child Care Needs

Project Growth is a $20 million grant program designed to help solve the challenges facing Wisconsin’s child care system and bolster the state’s economy. The program offers two grants aimed at making high-quality, affordable child care more accessible and sustainable across Wisconsin. The City of Waupaca has received a $75,000…

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