C-19 (Coronavirus) Updates

Last Updated 7/31/2020 at 9:00 a.m.

Declaration of Emergency in the Village of Kimberly (3/16/2020)
Village of Kimberly Facilities Closures Notice  (3/19/2020) 

Help Protect Waste and Recycling Workers (4/14/2020)

Outagamie County COVID-19 Recommendations (5/15/2020)

Outagamie County Rescinds Safer at Home (5/15/2020)

General Inquiries

Please call or email rather than visit. 920-788-7500 or reception@vokimberly.org for municipal services
Please call or email for all street, inspections and parks related services: 920-788-7507 or streets@vokimberly.org.
We likely can complete your requests or transactions without in-person interaction.

Kimberly Area School District Information

For news about the Kimberly Area School District response to the COVID-19 outbreak, please visit their website updates page: https://www.kimberly.k12.wi.us/updates


Did you know that we have many options available for bill payment, fee and fine payment, and purchasing of permits and collection stickers.  We have a payment drop box available next to the book return at the Municipal complex – 515 W. Kimberly Avenue – next to the west entrance of the building nearest Kimberly Avenue. This drop box is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 
No need to leave your home, here is a one-stop shop to our payment services:
Pay your water bill online
Set up auto-pay for your water bill
unicipal Court Fee and Fine Online Payment 
ign up and pay for recreation programs

Village Government Meetings

All non-essential Village committee meetings have been cancelled indefinitely immediately. Staff will be limiting group contact for meetings and conferences.  Public meetings that do occur will have conference phone abilities for the public to participate.  We are encouraging the general public to consider foregoing in-person attendance in favor of calling into the meetings using the conference line. Please see our agendas and minutes page for all public meetings, conference call information will be posted at the bottom of posted agendas for upcoming meetings held after 3/18/2020.  Village Board meetings will proceed as scheduled at the Village Municipal Complex, Rick J. Hermus Council Chambers, 515 W. Kimberly Avenue, Kimberly.  The Village will be offering virtual connection and teleconference services for all members of the public and officials.  A video conference link and teleconference phone number/access code will be included on all future agenda notifications.  This information will allow residents to call in, submit public comment and listen to all meetings remotely. 

Municipal Services

Please know that we are able to take care of most of the services we offer online.  We are even able to process requests for yard waste permits and special collection stickers over the phone and process payment.  Refuse and recycling services are continuing as regularly scheduled at this time. For yard waste permits or special collection stickers please call 920-788-7507 and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.  Please see the following forms online for your convenience: 
Water services account change request
unicipal Court Forms
uilding Permit Forms and Fees
btaining an operators license 
btaining a dog license 
nline Kimberly Little Chute Library Resources 

Elections and Absentee Voting

 If you have questions or need assistance with any of your voting options, please contact Deputy Clerk Janine Micke at the Village of Kimberly, 920-788-7500 or jmicke@vokimberly.org     

Additional information can be located here.

Building & Facility Closures

The Village of Kimberly is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all residents who enter our doors.  As the nation’s response to COVID-19 virus continues to change and evolve the Village remains steadfast in communicating with residents.

In the interest of promoting safe public health practices and with the recommendations form the CDC, Wisconsin DHS and the Outagamie County Health & Human Services; the Village of Kimberly is taking action to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and maintain a health community.

The following municipal areas are closed for public access:

  • Senior Center reservations and drop ins (as of 3/16/2020)
  • The Civic Wing of the Municipal Complex to include all rentals and reservations of the Evergreen, Cedar, and Aspen/Birch Rooms  (as of 3/16/2020)
  • Kimberly Library programs and in person services (as of 3/16/2020) 
  • Village Municipal Complex – 515 W. Kimberly Avenue.  For business that might normally be conducted at Village Hall please visit our website (www.vokimberly.org), email reception@vokimberly.org or call 920-788-7500 rather than stopping in person.  Village hall is open for regular business, please wear a mask and follow social distancing signage throughout the building.  As of 9/23/2020 you may attend Municipal Court in person though due to Covid-19 concerns, the Municipal Court encourages pleas by mail. You can mail, email, fax, or use the drop box to hand-in your plea form. If you wish to appear in person you may.
  • Street Department – 426 W. Kimberly Avenue.  For business that might normally be conducted at the Street Department please visit our website (www.vokimberly.org), email streets@vokimberly.org or call 920-788-7507. If in person service is needed, please know that masks are required in the building.  To ensure social distancing can be met, we are able to accommodate one person at a time in our lobby.  Please ring the doorbell for service. For hours and a list of services please visit the street webpage.

Sanitary Sewer Reminders

A friendly reminder if people are using alternatives to toilet paper in response to shortages due to current events. Wipes that are advertised as flushable ARE NOT and should be disposed of in a garbage bin. Please help prevent sewer backups as flushing these items could cause a sewer backup for you and your neighbors. Thank you very much for your cooperation!  The only items that should be flushed into the sanitary sewer system are human waste and toilet paper.  If you are using alternative products, please dispose of them in your garbage can!  Items that cannot be flushed include:  “flushable” wipes or any other wipes, diapers, rags, feminine products, hair, cotton balls, dental floss, noodles, grease/oil/fat, medications, paper towel, facial tissues, cat litter, cigarette butts, coffee grinds, and goldfish. Any questions can be directed to streets@vokimberly.org 

General, County, State, and National Health Information

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Outagamie County Public Health 

Environmental Protection Agency Drinking Water and Wastewater Updates

Resiliency from Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Children’s Mental Health Resources – COVID-19 

Resources from Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin 

Safer at Home Frequently Asked Questions 

Managing stress and anxiety with the National Institute of Mental Health 

Business Resources

Business Resources from Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation 

Dealing with a drop in income resources from UW-Extension 

Paycheck Protection Program 

Fox Cities Chamber Resources 

Business Loan Assistance Program from Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce 

Small Business COVID-19 Support & Local Funding Options 


Residents are ALWAYS encouraged to share feedback with the Board of Trustees via email or phone.  Contact information for the Board of Trustees and Village President can be found at: http://www.vokimberly.org/government/village-board-of-trustees/.  Feedback can also be submitted to the Village Administrator Danielle Block at 920-788-7500 or dblock@vokimberly.org.

We will continue to update this page as the response to COVID-19 evolves.  Additional questions may be directed to Village Administrator Danielle Block 920-788-7500 or dblock@vokimberly.org 

The Village truly appreciates your understanding and patience as the community, State and Country implement changes necessary to protect the health and well being of our community members.  We are ALL in this effort together; we welcome your feedback and know that we are all doing our part to “flatten the curve,” preserve precious medical resources and recover as a strong unified community.7/31