About the Village of Combined Locks

Welcome to the Village of Combined Locks, Wisconsin!  Combined Locks, population 3447, is located in Outagamie County and is surrounded by the Village of Kimberly, Village of Little Chute, City of Kaukauna, and the Town of Buchanan.  These communities make up the Heart of the Valley in the Fox River Valley.

Combined Locks is a quiet, residential Village with easy access to all the Fox River Valley has to offer - the Performing Arts Center, Wisconsin International Raceway, Timber Rattler Stadium, Mile of Music, Cheese Fest in Little Chute, Paperfest in Kimberly, Light the Lights in Combined Locks, Chickenfest in Buchanan, Octoberfest in Appleton, and the list goes on and on.  Although the Village is mostly residential, it is home to these long-standing businesses:  Appleton Coated, the Lox Club, Kamps Bar & Grill, Rico's Family Restaurant, Mill Town Still & Grill, & Warehouse Specialists.

Combined Locks is home to residents who appreciate all that small community living has to offer.   If you're looking for a special place to settle down and call home, it all comes together in Combined Locks. 


Brush Collection Request

Large Rubbish Collection Request 

2016 Municipal Budgets

Annual Dog License Due 04/01/2016

Coyote Information from DNR

Light Those Lights Team Registration Form
Village Corn Roast - Saturday, August 27th at
Memorial Park, Adult Softball, Bounce House
for the kids, raffles, and GREAT Music!!



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The latest information from the Outagamie County Highway Department is that the CE/HH Roundabout Project will begin the week of July 11th and last through the end of September.  The intersection will be closed during this time. Construction Webpage

County HH Closure Notice




2016 Tuesday Collection Calendar

2016 Thursday Collection Calendar

Please be aware of some washed-out areas on the walking trails in Memorial Park. The recent storms have caused some drain tile to be lifted out of the ground, and some trails have large ruts.