PARTY ON 1ST STREET
Saturday, September 6th Click Here for more details.
37th Annual Old Timer’s Slow Pitch Tournament
SATURDAY AUGUST 16 GAMES ALL DAY THEN FREE SHOW 5PM-7PM: ELVIS & REBA OF LET ME BE FRANK PRODUCTIONS.
SUNDAY AUGUST 17 PARADE AT 11:00 AM from Village Kitchen to Village Park.
Casco High School Reunion Sunday August 17
Food and Refreshments on the Grounds.
Booyah available on Sunday
Information on parade call Rudy Hanamann 837-2818.
Any other questions please call Chuck Heraly 837-7449
Dates for Garbage pickup and recycling for 2014 can be found on the calendar. Remember July 3rd 2014 will be the pickup date, not July 4th.
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.
Casco Fire Dept walk run on May 24 starting at Casco village Park. For more information contact Casco Fire Dept Fire Chief 536-0429.
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.
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.