There are many things to see and do in and around Allouez. Click on any of the links below to find out more!
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A 75-member concert band with free monthly performances at Green Bay’s historic Meyer Theatre.
Volunteers who work together to enhance the unique character of the Village of Allouez. For more information call Sandra Larsen (920)676-1950.
*Meetings held 1 a month on 3rd Tuesday each month at Green Isle Park Pavilion
When most people think of Allouez, they think of a small, quiet, bedroom community tucked in between De Pere and Green Bay. Allouez does have those qualities, but we also have a great mix of local businesses.
Provides residents with information about service provider options in the area.
Website provides newcomers or prospective newcomers to the Greater Green Bay Area with great information on recreation, housing, and much more!
A 54-acre living history museum featuring programs, exhibits, and special events depicting 500 years of northeast Wisconsin history.
Did you know Allouez once had a polo field, a bicycle factory, an orphanage and a brewery? Or that it was home to the first courthouse in Wisconsin? Explore the history of the first American settlement of importance west of Lake Michigan.
Empowering Allouez residents to work together to make their neighborhoods safer. The Village of Allouez Neighborhood Watch program is looking to connect with current Neighborhood Watch groups and/or create new Neighborhood Watch groups. Interested residents establish groups by contacting the Brown County Sheriff’s Office Allouez Directed Enforcement Officer and scheduling an initial meeting with neighbors to establish a contact list and talk about any concerns in the neighborhood. The Neighborhood Watch program is a great way to get to know your neighbors and work with law enforcement to better the community. If you know of a current Neighborhood Watch group that would like to have a meeting or are interested in forming a new Neighborhood Watch in your neighborhood please contact Deputy Vogel at phone number 920-448-2800 Ex. 109 or by e-mail at email@example.com
- Crime map of calls for service in our area.
Monthly newsletter providing safety tips, police and fire information, and crime reports.
Resources for Seniors in WI
A free resources that provide comprehensive information on topics like financial support, organizations, and available care options that are in every city in Wisconsin that can help senior citizens stay connected with their community.
*Information on Senior Living and Assisted Living.
Payingforseniorcare.com: Information on long term care.
Town Planner Calendar is a community calendar mailed free to all the residents of Allouez in December each year. It has school schedules, important village events like recycling and meetings, money-saving coupons and a phone directory on the back cover. Please support the business and professional sponsors who make it possible. Visit www.townplanner.com to learn more. Enjoy a short video about the Town Planner Calendar:
The Allouez Parks & Recreation Department is always looking for volunteers of all ages to help enhance village parks and trails. For more information call (920) 448-2804.
Brown County United Way Online Resource Directory
2-1-1 Get Connected, Get Answers Get Connected: Find the Help you Need!
This site provides historical and architectural information on approximately 120,000 properties throughout Wisconsin and contains data on all of the resources surveyed in the Village of Allouez as well as thousands more that illustrate Wisconsin’s unique history. Village of Allouez Intensive Survey Report The intensive survey report includes a summary of the research and a brief history of the community.