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Glen Schlender L-C Superintendent will be at the February 13th Village Board Meeting at 7pm for a presentation to discuss the school referendum in April.


After many years of dedicated service to our village, Pat Yagodinski has decided to retire as the Village Clerk. We wish her all the best and many happy years of retirement.

Tammy Skarban has been hired to replace Pat. As a result, the Village Office has been moved to 311 Church Ave., Casco, WI 54205

As with the last address, there is a White Mail Box on the side of the house where Village residents can drop payments and other items for the village.


Garbage and Recycling dates and information

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Current Notice


All elections for the Village of Casco will be at the Village Hall (1st Street Entrance) from 7 am 8 pm

  • February 20 Spring Primary
  • April 3 Spring Election
  • August 14 Partisan Primary
  • November 6 Fall General Election

If you have any questions or need an absentee ballot, please contact Tammy at 920-837-2220


Casco, Wisconsin is a small village located in the heart of Kewaunee County with a big sense of community. Casco offers a safe, friendly, family-oriented environment with a strong school system including both public and parochial options. Its close proximity to Green Bay gives one the opportunity to easily access the city and even brave the frozen tundra; yet the peaceful shores of Lake Michigan are only a few short miles away. For those who desire a little recreation, access to the Ahnapee Trail is located right in the center of the village. If it's a small, safe, and friendly community that you seek, stop in ... visit ... and stay.


Lots for Sale Residential and business lots are available in the Casco Village Subdivision. Contact Village Clerk/Treasurer @ 837-2220.

Click here to view the Restrictive Covenants in place for building in the subdivision. If there are any questions, please contact the village office.


Any dog owners in the Village of Casco must obtain a dog license every year in January. The Clerk must have a copy of the shots and a self addressed envelope along with $3.00 for neutered and spayed dogs and $8.00 if not neutered or spayed. A list of the dog owners that do not comply will be sent to the district attorneys office per state statue.

No over night parking in the village.

sidewalks must be shoveled by 24 hours after the storm is done.

Garbage or recycling may not be put up on snow banks.

Recycling Dates can be found here. Remember, do not place your recycling in plastic bags. Plastic bags will not be picked up.

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