Welcome to Bonduel, Wisconsin
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.
Village Board member Bob Thayer recently passed away, and we wish to extend our deepest sympathy to his wife Ellie and their family. At the April Village Board meeting, a white rose was placed on the table in Bob's usual place, and a moment of silence was observed to honor his memory and his service to our community. We'll miss you Bob!
Cyber Green Electronics Recycling Collection
SPYRT youth will be holding a Cyber Green Electronics Recycling collection on Saturday, May 14th from 8AM to 12 noon. You are encouraged to bring any old appliances or electronic equipment for drop off in the St. Paul Lutheran Church/School parking lot. There is a small charge for monitors ($10) and television sets ($10 for tvs under 30 inches; $30 for television over 30 inches). This also includes exercise equipment, air conditioners, office equipment, mechanical equipment, dehumidifiers, cell phones, wire and cabling, appliances, etc.
Village Wide Rummage Sale
May 20th & 21st, 2016
Bonduel's annual Village-Wide Rummage sale is held each year on the third weekend in May.
The sale runs both Friday and Saturday. Shoppers can begin scouring the Village for deals at 8:00 a.m.
2016 Village Street Reconstruction & Maintenance Project
The Village Street Reconstruction Project has begun. Please be aware of all of the construction related activity and equipment that will be present throughout the Village this summer.
Park Street (from Adams St. to Madison St.) and Second Street (from Mill St. to Green Bay St.) are under construction now and are scheduled to be complete by the end of May.
Asphalt sealcoating and pavement patching on Boettcher Lane, Cedar Street, and Madison Street is planned to be done in late May.
Mill Street (from Second St. to Shioc St.) and Shioc Street ( from Mill St. to Green Bay St.) are scheduled to be started after school is out for the summer and to be complete by the beginning of August. Depot Street is scheduled for construction in late July.
Village of Bonduel Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary Results
April 5, 2016
Presidential Preference - Republican
Ted Cruz 175
Donald Trump 146
John Kasich 34
Presidential Preference - Democrat
Bernie Sanders 96
Hilary Clinton 52
Justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court
Rebecca Bradley 310
JoAnne Kloppenburg 169
Circuit Court of Appeals Judge
Thomas Hruz 406
County Board Supervisor
Marvin Klosterman 464
Municipal Court Judge
Myron Heistad 436
Shawn Thorne 375
Luka Zischka 324
Dick Sibert (Registered write-in) 12
Mary Barney (Registered write-in) 11
Bonduel School Board - Cecil/Washington
Judy Rank 332
Kara Skarlupka 108
Bonduel School Board - Navarino/Lessor
Dennis Bergsbaken 425
Bonduel School Board - At Large
Kara Skarlupka 371
Bonduel School Board - Village of Bonduel
Geoff Dowden (write-in) 7
Jason Boldt (write-in) 5
Bonduel had a 65.3% voter turnout! Well done!!
Dog Licenses Update
|When?||DOG LICENSE FEES INCREASE APRIL 1st|
|What?||Bring proof of current rabies vaccination|
|How much?||$15. If neutered or spayed - $10|
|Why?||Your “best friend” loves you and wants to be safe!!|
Bonduel officially became a village on August 1, 1916, when it was incorporated, and in the 99 years that followed, it has gone from what historians called "a land that once attracted people because of its pine trees" to a thriving, developing community. Our Centennial Year is fast approaching, and community residents are beginning to anticipate a village-wide Centennial Celebration that will include special events and activities to be held throughout 2016.
A Centennial Ad Hoc Committee is working to plan and organize festivities. If you are interested in taking part in planning the Bonduel Centennial Celebration, please contact Committee members Joan Kamps at 715-758-6885 or Luka Zischka at 920-660-1935, or call the Village Hall at 715-758-2402 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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
Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
The Village of Bonduel is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
2 Public Safety Committee Meeting
4:00 p.m. at Village Hall
11 Village Board Meeting
7:00 p.m. at Village Hall