Town of Glenmore, Brown County Wisconsin
Town Bulletin Board
Take the Speed Test
We are looking for all residents in our Town to click on the above link from their home computer and take the above speed test. This information will be used to help secure our chances for future grants for the Town and the County . Thank you for your help.
HWY 96 Updates
Construction starts August 1, with Lark to Greenleaf closing to thru traffic on August 14th and Lark to Denmark closing to thru traffic on August 29th. Please plan ahead.
For anyone looking to lay piping under the highway during construction please refer to the following:
You would need to submit a DT1553 permit, refer to the following for guidance: Highway Maintenance Manual (wisconsindot.gov).
You should also refer to HMM 09-15-65-3.4 for crossing requirements for Privately-Owned Pipelines: Highway Maintenance Manual (wisconsindot.gov)
If you have any questions regarding the permit application or process, please reach out to:
Jason Thiry, PE, WisDOT Consultant Utility Coordinator, Northeast Region, (920) 583-6068, email@example.com
Fall Town Clean-Up Day
September 17th, 8 AM - 12 PM
Glenmore Community Center
5718 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115
Glenmore 4-H will be having a Bake Sale starting at 8 AM and Booyah starting at 10 AM
See Details for Recycling & Large Items Here.
August 1st, 2022 Public Hearing
August 1st, 2022 Town Board
September 17th, 2022 8 AM - 12 PM Town Clean-Up Day
Emergency Services Cost Recovery Ordinance
2021 Ward Resolutions
Special Assessment Letter Request Form
May 31st, July 5th and September 6th
All other pick-ups will be on Monday's
About Town of Glenmore
The Town of Glenmore in Brown County Wisconsin is located in Northeastern Wisconsin, approximately 10 miles southeast of Green Bay. We are a primarily agricultural community.
Users of our website will be able to access information about our town and the services we provide to our residents, as well as contact information for members of our elected Town Board and other appointed government officials and associates. In addition, meeting minutes and notices are archived and posted for use by interested parties, and information about town planning, zoning, and our municipal code is also available.
If you have specific, unanswered questions about town planning, services, or government, use the contact information provided to get in touch with the appropriate source of information.
Whether you are a long-time resident of the Town of Glenmore, or simply a potential visitor of our beautiful community, thanks for visiting our website.