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Winnebago County, WI

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Town of Oshkosh, established on February 8, 1853 (view document), is located in Winnebago County, Wisconsin. The Town has miles of shorelines areas, rural farmland, and urban areas with a population of 2449.


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Who provides the law enforcement in the Town of Oshkosh?
All emergencies, dial 911. The Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department covers the Town of Oshkosh area. For non-emergency inquiries and reporting please call 920-236-7300. If you have information that could help solve a crime call: 920-231-TIPS (8477) Or text: IGOTYA & your text to CRIMES (274637) Or submit an anonymous tip online:
What day of the week is garbage pickup?
Mondays. Garbage and Recyclables are weekly. Co-Mingle and Paper/Cardboard recycling can be placed together and all should be placed in a separate container. The hauler is asking to have the recyclables loose, not bagged. The plastic bags causes problems with the recycling sorter. Please have the garbage and recyclables out at the roadside/street by 6:00 a.m. The exception is if there is a national Federal holiday and pickup is likely the following day. Please refer to the recycle calendar for the exact dates.
Can anyone rent the town hall?
No. Renting the town hall is only available to Town of Oshkosh property owners. No exceptions. Contact the Town Clerk for more information.