Starting in late 2022 and extending into 2023 all real and personal property in the city of Waupaca will be revalued.  This revaluation will provide the City with a comprehensive and modern assessment system which will enable us to insure equitable treatment of all properties. All property owners and tenants are…

Public Works Facility – Groundbreaking

On Wednesday, May 17, staff, elected official and project supporters of the city’s new public works facility had a small groundbreaking program to kick off the construction process. Here are a few pictures and video from the program.

Community Read: Braiding Sweetgrass

Waupaca Library invites you to participate in our Community Read: Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer,  as a part of our Summer Reading Theme: All Together Now. There are two versions of this book, Young Adult and Adult, that will be available for checkout and honor loans at Waupaca Library….

Lakemen Field Fundraising Underway

“The Waupaca Lakemen Organization is excited to be the first to “step to the plate” and hit a triple by donating $10,000 for the Lakemen Field Project to improve our beloved baseball diamond,” said the Lakemen Baseball Manager, Andy Wanty. Andy went on to say, “Opposing teams hold Lakemen Field…

Memorial Day Hours

In recognition of Memorial Day city offices and services will be closed on Monday, May 29th. This includes City Hall, Library, PD Office, Recreation Center and Senior Center. Normal hours resume on Tuesday.

Mainstreet Improvement Grants – Results

In addition to Huck & Finn at 111 N. Main Street, we would like to congratulate the 14 other City of Waupaca Downtown Businesses that were able to secure a Main Street Bounceback Grant from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and East Central Regional Planning Commission. The procurement of…

Swan Park Boardwalk – A Collaborative Effort

Waupaca’s outdoor enthusiasts have reason to celebrate. Swan Park’s boardwalk, located on the West side of the Swan Park Sledding Hill is complete and ready for hiking. The over twenty-year-old, 300-foot boardwalk suffered from unleveled, loose, and wobbling boards, with rot and decay evident in the sleepers and stringers. With…

Summer Rec Programs

The City of Waupaca Parks and Recreation department has countless programs available this summer. Review our Spring & Summer Program Guide Visit ActiveNet to see open programs and register

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