Village of Greenville
The Village of Greenville is a rapidly growing community located West of the City of Appleton with a population of 12,545 (a population increase of approximately 21.7% since the 2010 Census) and gained 97 housing units.
There are three main highways running through the village - State Highways 15, 76 and 96. Greenville contains both rural lands, farming and more urbanized subdivisions - some of which are served by Village sewer and water. The Appleton International Airport is located within our boundaries.
In the 2019-2023 Strategic Plan's Core Value for the Village of Greenville, it states that Greenville will "commit to its continued and improved integration of equity into the fabric of its organization, its decision making process, and the delivery of public services in pursuit of equal, fair, and just outcomes for all". This Core Value was advanced by the Village Board after incorporation in 2021, so residents can continue to have the same expectations advanced by our (then) Town Board of 2018.
Resolution No. 12-21
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Dog Licenses are Due -
All dogs are licensed yearly, after the age of five months.
To download a copy of the Dog Registration Form, please click here.
To license your dog, please provide the following:
- Proof of rabies vaccination
- Proof of spay or neuter
- Please note that payments received prior to tag availability with the County, will be held until the tags are distributed. Paperwork should be sent to: Attn: Julie Routhieaux and tag/s will be mailed to your home along with any applicable paperwork.
The license period is yearly from January 1st - December 31. Late fees are applicable after March 31st.
Outagamie County Sheriff's Office Community - Concern/Information Sharing Form
The mission of the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office is to enhance the quality of life, reduce the fear of crime, and ensure a peaceful, safe environment for all members of our community. We are most successful in preventing crime when citizens take an active role in sharing information and reporting problems early. Please click HERE to print a copy of the form.
Jack Anderson, Greenville's Village President Video