Welcome to Bonduel, Wisconsin

Gateway to Recreation

The Village of Bonduel is a full service community with a population of approximately 1,500. It is located in Shawano County, just off of State Hwy 29. Bonduel is located between Shawano to the west and Green Bay to the east. Residents of Bonduel enjoy the benefits of small town living and the conveniences that result from easy access to larger cities.

Bonduel is a growing community that prides itself in its small town atmosphere and personal service. Our goal in creating this website is to allow you to learn more about what our city has to offer and to provide useful information to both the Village of Bonduel residents and to those who want to learn more about our community.

Recent News

Leaf Collection

     Village of Bonduel Leaf collection is scheduled to begin the Week of October 7, 2018 and end the Week of November 11, 2018. Collection days are scheduled Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday of each week. Actual collection days may vary in your area depending on weather, the amount of leaves at the curb and other needs of the Municipal Operations Dept.

Here are a few rules:
1.     LEAVES ONLY! No foreign material or debris is allowed and will not be collected. Branches should not be included with leaf piles. Grass and branches can be dropped off at the recycling center during normal hours. Saturday 9am-3pm and Wednesday 2-5pm.

2.     Please place leaf piles no further than 3 feet from the curb. Our equipment only reaches that distance. Do not place leaves in the street. Also, do not place leaf piles within 3 feet of a mailbox, fire hydrant or power pole.

     THANK YOU in advance for your cooperation in this process. If you have any questions, call the Municipal Operations office at 715-758-8779.

Notice of Public Hearing

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be conducted by the Village of Bonduel Village Board on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 beginning at 6:30 PM at the Village of Bonduel Village Hall, located at 117 W Green Bay Street, Bonduel, WI to consider action on an ordinance to adopt an update to the Village of Bonduel Comprehensive Plan. The purpose of the public hearing is to accept public comments on the Village of Bonduel Plan Commission's recommended version of the plan herein called the "Recommended Plan".

The public may review copies of the "Recommended Plan" at the Village Hall during regular Village office hours. Interested parties may make arrangements with Michelle Maroszek, Village Clerk, to obtain a copy of the plan by calling 715-758-2402 or by e-mailing villagehall@villageofbonduel.com. A copy of the "Recommended Plan" is also available at the Shawano County Library - Bonduel Branch, 125 N Washington Street, Bonduel, WI.

During the Public Hearing, the public is invited to speak on the "Recommended Plan". Written comments may be submitted to the Village Clerk until conclusion of the Public Hearing and will become part or the record, The Public Hearing shall be closed when all interested parties in attendance have had an opportunity to offer comment.

Upon the close of the Public Hearing, a meeting of the Village Board shall be called to order and shall take action on the Recommended Plan per the agenda.

Winter Parking

No person shall park any vehicle on any village street or alley or in any village parking lot between 2:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from November 15th to April 15th. Village Ordinance Sec 28-7(b).

Snow and Ice Removal

Property owners are reminded to clear entire sidewalk of snow and ice within 24 hours after any given snowfall. Failure to keep sidewalks clear of ice and snow may subject the property owner to fines and charges for removal.

In addition, property owners are reminded not to plow or blow snow from premises onto village streets, alleys, sidewalks or public places. The village will remove snow deposited and bill the property owner for the cost of such removal. Village Ordinance Sec. 26-5 and WI Stats. §66.0627.

Homeowners Insurance Coverage for Fire Dept. Services

     Responding to a major structure fire entails significant costs - trucks, equipment, materials and firefighters' labor to name a few. After a fire, local fire departments send bills for their services to the homeowner to recoup these costs. MOST INSURANCE COMPANIES PROVIDE NO MORE THAN $500 OF COVERAGE FOR A FIRE DEPARTMENT BILL. Call your insurance agent to confirm whether or not your homeowner's policy provides coverage for a fire department bill and to learn what level of coverage is available. The additional premium to add this coverage to your policy is minimal & will reduce the strain on your finances and the anxiety to you & your family after suffering an unforeseen catastrophe.

0% Interest Home Repair Loans Available

     The Village of Bonduel has a Community Development Block Grant for Housing Rehabilitation. The funds are loaned at 0% interest to eligible households for home repairs.

     Applications are accepted on a first come first serve basis. The loan can be used to make the following types of repairs: Handicap Accessibility, Electrical Upgrades, Replace Windows & Doors, Connect Water & Sewer Lines, Roofing, Painting, Siding, Porch Repairs, Other General Improvements, Repair/Replace Heating Systems, Water Heaters & Plumbing Systems.

     If interested, applications are available at Village Hall or by contacting Kari Justmann at the MSA Housing Program Office at 1-800-552-6330. All information submitted is kept strictly confidential. Funds are limited so apply now!!

Recycle Site Hours

April 1 - November 30
Wednesdays: 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

December 1 - March 31
Wednesdays: Closed
Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

The Village of Bonduel is an equal opportunity employer and provider.