Full-Time Employment: Building Inspector

See the information below as the city seeks to fill a full-time building inspector positions. Job-Announcement-BIDownload

RFP: Elm Street, Fulton Street, Badger Street, Jefferson Street Sanitary Sewer Main Televising

The City of Waupaca is requesting proposals for televising inspection services for sanitary sewermains on Elm St., Fulton St., Badger St., and Jefferson St., in preparation for future roadwaydesign and construction projects. Included in this request for proposal are: televisingspecifications, cost proposal form, and televising location map. Waupaca-RFP-Elm-Badger-Jefferson-San-TelevisingDownload



Artwork To Be Installed on Main Street

Luke Achterberg is making waves on Main Street. This Saturday at noon, come and learn more about the newest art installation in our downtown. “Cresting Canoe Atop the Great Wave of Waupaca” was generously donated by Faye Wilson Realty LLC.”

Recycling Center – Delayed Hours August 20th

The Waupaca Regional Recycling Compost Center will be closed on Saturday August 20, 2022 from 7:00 am to 11:00 am to accommodate the Waupaca Area Triathlon.  Please take this closure period into account when planning your use of the Recycling Center that day.  Your patience and cooperation is appreciated.

Fall/Winter Parks & Rec Programs

The 2022 Fall & Winter activity guides are here and have been distributed throughout the community! They went home with all K-6 students and all of the pre-school students. We delivered them to daycare centers, banks, town halls, and other area businesses. It is available on our website. Be on…

Harrison Street Detour

Harrison Street from Fulton Street to Hillcrest Drive will start on August 3rd.  The detour will be set up that morning.  The route will utilize Hillcrest Drive from Fulton near Hardee’s to Harrison St at the Granite and Harrison intersection. A map of the detour is shown below. Work on…

T-Mobile Awards City $50,000 Grant

https://youtu.be/zbIo8V8Dbg8 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…

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