Community development committee grant program
IMPORTANT GARBAGE & RECYCLING UPDATE!
IMPORTANT GARBAGE & RECYCLING UPDATE! Effective June 2019, Advanced Disposal is removing the Monday garbage and recycling route. All residents of the City of Algoma will be on the Tuesday route. Both garbage and recycling will be picked up EVERY week. Containers must be placed at the curb by 6:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.
Are you planning an event?
Click here to print off the required city "Event Application"
Focus on Energy is offering a variety of energy savings products for your home! Select your FREE pack or a pack with optional upgrades, which include a small copay. To order your Focus pack call 866-543-9303 or order online at www.focusonenergy.com/simple . Please have your electric and gas utility account number available prior to calling.
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City of Algoma 2016 Population Preliminary Estimate:
Have you recently turned 18, or will you be 18 before the next election, and need to register for the first time? Then go to the "MyVote Wisconsin" website by clicking on the photo above or download the registration application by clicking here. If you are sending your registration in to the municipal Clerk's office then you will need to include proof of residency.
Remember: You also need to update your voter registration if you have moved to a new address.
If you are unable to vote at the polls during an election you can request an absentee ballot. Just click on the link below for the application and send it in to the Clerk's office at 416 Fremont St, Algoma WI 54201. Please remember that there is a deadline for turning in requests for absentee ballots before each election. If you are unsure if there is enough time to request an absentee ballot please call the Clerk's office at (920) 487-5203.
Kewaunee County implemented the RAVE Alert and Notification system in 2018. If you have not already signed up, please click below and a new window will open to a secure website where you will need to enter your cellphone information into the database so that emergency alerts messages can be sent to your phone. You should enter all the cellphones in your household. Kewaunee County is going in a different direction on alert and notification to the general public. They need to have redundant systems and this is the application Kewaunee County chose to use. If you have moved since you originally entered your information or you got a new cell carrier or new cell number, you MUST re-enter your information as if you were a new entry. If you have any issues please call Emergency Management at, 920-845-9700 and push #1