Friday, August 23, 2019

The Parks, Recreation & Forestry Departments's Feature Friday

Each Friday, the Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department feature something new for residents or visitors to learn more about. With rental season right around the corner, this week we want to tell you about our most popular rental, the Lions Park Barn!
From weddings and fundraisers to concerts and crafts, The Walter J. Schroeder Barn sees an event almost every weekend during our rental season. Its tall ceilings, open concept, and expansive patio comfortably fit up to 500 guests. The paved patio wraps around the sides of the building and overlooks the beautiful stormwater prairie. Indoor amenities include 40 wooden picnic tables, ATM machine, garbage and recycling containers, 8 overhead doors, large private bathrooms, and kitchen facilities.
The Barn is our only indoor, rental facility. It can be rented by the day, Tuesday – Thursday or for an entire weekend, Friday – Sunday. For more information about renting The Barn, visit our website at
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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Significant Investment within Greenville with 2019 Capital Projects

The Town of Greenville has been busy this construction season investing in the community through a variety of capital improvement projects.  Some projects are just kicking off, while others are nearing completion.  Here is a summary of a few notable projects this past construction season.

Julius Drive (Spring Road to School Road)
This project included the full reconstruction of road base, asphalt bituminous pavement, the widening of travel lanes, a five-foot paved pedestrian/bicycle lane and improved cross slopes for roadside ditches.

The project is expected to be completed by mid-September.  Paving of the road surface will begin on Friday, August 23rd.  Shouldering and final restoration will be completed in the two weeks following paving operations.

Spring Road (Manley Road to North Road)

This project included full reclamation of the pavement and road base, asphalt bituminous pavement and dredging of some roadside ditches to improve ditch capacity.

The project is expected to be completed with center-line striping the week of August 26th.

Design Drive (Technical Drive to Tower View Drive)

This project included the full reclamation of road pavement, the road was reshaped to establish a proper crown and then paved with two 12-foot travel lanes and a 2-foot shoulder.  Curbed radii were installed at the intersection of Technical Drive.

Pebble Ridge Park Trail Paving

The pedestrian trail connecting Pebble Ridge Road to Design Drive through Pebble Ridge Park was paved.  This will provide additional multi-modal transportation options to the residents between Hidden Estates and Pebble Ridge Estates subdivisions.

Final restoration, including shouldering and ramps will be installed over the next few weeks.

CTH CB Trail

The Town of Greenville was awarded a federally funded Transportation Alternatives Program grant to construct a multi-modal trail along County Trunk Highway CB from State Trunk Highway 96 to Levi Drive in the Town of Greenville.

The project is slated to began on August 19, 2019 and is planned to conclude by mid October 2019.   Occasional, minimal traffic impacts will occur during construction, including temporary lane closures.

Lions Park Improvements

The Greenville Lions Club have been working toward completing sports courts at Lions Park.  Recently they poured the concrete pads for the courts and installed the light pole bases this past year.  As funding becomes available, completion of additional improvements will occur.  Planned improvements include two basketball courts, two tennis courts, a skate park, sand volleyball, an additional play structure, park pavilion and paved parking.

In addition to the added improvements by the Lions Club.  Greenville Civic Club has been assisting the Town in making improvements to the archery range at Lions Park.  The Civic Club is constructing additional covered shooting ranges.  The canopies are expected to be completed this fall 2019.

Well #5

The Town Sanitary District has been working on the completion of Well #5.  This additional well will provide an additional resource to support the water needs of our growing community.

Well #5 is expected to become operational by the end of October 2019.

Law Enforcement Report for August 4th to August 17, 2019

Below is a brief summary of some of the higher priority calls in Greenville for the dates of 08/04/19 to 08/17/2019.

Also attached is a summary for all calls in the Town of Greenville.
A Deputy was dispatched for a domestic disturbance. Deputy arrived on scene along with several other backup deputies. One involved individual left prior to law enforcement arrival. Deputies spoke with the female party on what had taken place. Deputies also spoke with the woman's mother in law, father who had left via phone, and children. After interviews were done with all involved parties it was decided that no criminal charges would be requested. The disturbance was between the husband and wife which was only verbal, not physical. The husband left as he did want it to get that way due to his wife being arrested for the same situation months prior.  

Welfare Check
Deputies were dispatched for a juvenile female who was in contact with the suicide hotline. The female stated that she wanted to cut her wrists and bleed out. Deputies went to the home and were not able to make contact. Deputies requested a phone ping on the girls phone for a location to check her welfare. Deputies conducted a neighborhood canvas in an attempt to get a phone number for her parents. While the phone was being pinged for location the mother of the daughter came home and allowed deputies inside. The female was found inside unharmed. Deputies spoke with the juvenile and mother at length regarding the history of the juvenile and plan to keep her safe. The female went for a mental health commitment voluntarily.

A Deputy was dispatched for an active disturbance. A resident at a group home had gotten upset and struck a staff member. Deputy arrived on scene and spoke with the suspect and staff. Suspect stated that the staff was getting lippy with him so he pushed a staff member but did not hit her. Deputies spoke with staff regarding the incident. After interviews it was found that the male had thrown items, threatened a staff member, grabbed, and pushed another staff member. The suspect was arrested on battery and disorderly conduct charges.

The Town of Greenville contracts with the Outagamie County Sheriff's Department for enhanced law enforcement services for the Town. Deputy Garret Richards is devoted to serving Greenville by providing directed law enforcement to the community.  

If you would like to speak directly to Deputy Richards (non-emergency) please call the Outagamie County Sheriff's Department dispatch non-emergency number at (920) 832-5000 and ask to speak with the Greenville Deputy.  FOR ALL EMERGENCIES DIAL 911.

General inquiries can also be sent via email to  To submit an anonymous and confidential tip about any gang or narcotics activity call (920) 832-5629.

Outagamie County Sheriff's deputies are devoted to serving the Town of Greenville and welcome citizen input on law enforcement issues and concerns in the Town. 

Monday, August 19, 2019

Census 2020 is Preparation Underway!

U.S. 2020 Census preparation is underway. The US Census program is looking for individuals to be Census Takers. The position is paid and if you are interested see the attached flyer for more information on how to apply. You can also go to their website at

Why is a census done? How does taking a census count for the Town of Greenville affect our community? Why should residents complete the 2020 Census Questionnaire when it arrives in their mailbox in March - April of 2020?

Answer: Our final Census count is very important. The Town's census data determines how funds are allocated and spent in our community on things like roads, schools and medical services. $675 billion in Federal funding is distributed to States and Communities each year. The census count also determines your State’s representation in Congress and is used in drawing boundaries for districts.

Friday, August 16, 2019

The Memorial Brick Program

The Town of Greenville is proud to offer you an opportunity to honor those who have served, or are currently serving, our country or community through the purchase of a memorial brick. Each brick has the crest associated with the honoree's name, field of service and other potential information (i.e dates of service, branch, rank, war served in). These bricks line walkways in our Memorial Square.

To purchase a brick for you or someone you know fill out the order form here:

To locate a brick that has already been purchased and placed, checkout our interactive map here: