Town of Newton News & Announcements
Mark Knorr, Supervisor #2 has resigned. Please take a moment to read his letter to the residents of the Town of Newton. He will be missed. To: Town of Newton December 31, 2021 As of December 31, 2021, I am resigning as town board supervisor and plan commission committee member. I have enjoyed being…
Mark Knorr, Supervisor #2 of the Town of Newton has submitted his resignation as of December 31, 2021. His efforts for the growth and development of of the Town of Newton have been admirable. We acknowledge his dedication and hard work as a supervisor for 11 years and as a member of the plan commission….
As a reminder, per the winter maintenance policy for Town of Newton, “State Statute prohibits the plowing of any snow from driveways onto the Town roadway. Those doing so are liable for fines and possible damages in any occurring lawsuits.” View the full Winter Maintenance Policy for the Town of Newton
Manitowoc County residents and businesses may drop off their natural holiday trees at the basswood compost site from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, and Saturdays from 8:00 am until noon. You must remove all ornaments, tinsel, lights, stands, and storage bags from trees before dropping off. If your tree is more than…
The Manitowoc County Recycling Center is excepting unwanted Christmas lights for free. All string lights will be excepted, as well as extension cords. Normal bulbs, including spotlights, compact fluorescent, fluorescent tubes, and incandescent bulbs can be recycled but normal fees apply. Learn More
All dogs shall annually obtain a license before April 1st. There is a $35.00 late fee for licenses obtained after April 1st. All dogs: 5 months of age or older on January 1st of any year or 5 months of age within the license year For more information, look here.