New Lisbon, The Friendly City!

 

New Lisbon is located on the beautiful Lemonweir River in central Wisconsin. According to Indian Folklore, the area now known as New Lisbon was used as a winter location for hunting and trapping. During its heyday, New Lisbon was a bustling center for railroad activity, providing service for industries as well as passenger service.

Just off of Interstate 90/94 (Exit 61) with easy access to all of Wisconsins great attractions. Locally there is the Lemonweir River & Castle Rock Lake for great fishing or just some Summer fun on the water and Snowmobiling in the Winter. To the south its a short drive to the Wisconsin Dells and less than two hours to Madison. To the north is LaCrosse via Interstate or scenic Hwy12 & 16. New Lisbon is a great friendly quiet place to launch your fun filled vacation. Plenty to do and explore with fishing, boating, hiking, cross-country skiing, ATVing and snowmobiling. Theres also the nearby Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail, as well as the Omaha Trail.

 

 

 

News & Notices

Sign up for e-bills!

21st December 2023

Happy New Year!  Sign up for e-bills!  The New Lisbon Municipal Utility has a partnership with Payment Service Network. Sign up to receive your utility bill by email. There is no cost to receive your bill online. Use the link below or on the home page quick links. You do not have to make online payments to receive your bill by email.

If you want to make online payments, go to make payments at https://www.paymentservicenetwork.com/login.asp?acc=RT25529   or make a payment by phone at 1-877-885-7968.  You will need your account number.  Payments online have a nominal fee for the service.

Or if you prefer, PSN has an app. Download “PSN Payments” from App Store or Google Play.

Notice of Changes to 2024 General FundBudget

6th December 2023

NOTICE OF CHANGES TO 2024 GENERAL FUND BUDGET

 

                Let this be a notice that on Thursday, November 30, 2023 the City of New Lisbon Common Council made alterations under Wis.Stats. 65.90 (5)(a) to the City of New Lisbon’s 2024 General Fund Budget and 2023 Levy by a two-third vote of the governing body to the following:

 

                                2024 General Fund Budget: $2,455,483.00

                               2023 Levy: $714,137.00

 

                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                Lisa Vinz

                                                                                                                                                City Clerk/Treasurer

 

Date: December 6, 2023                                               

 

 

Notice: Recycling Changes

30th November 2023

NOTICE

Effective 1/1/2024 recycling pickup will be an every other week schedule.

The first recycling pickup will be Thursday, January 11, 2024.

Garbage will continue to be every week.

 

2024 Garbage & Recycling Calendar

Winter Reminders

1st November 2023

Alternate Parking – To facilitate the removal of snow in the City of New Lisbon from November 15th through April 1st, no cars, trucks or other vehicles shall be parked between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on the even-numbered side of the streets of said City (being the east and north sides of the streets therein) on the even-numbered days of said months and no cars, trucks or other vehicles shall be parked on the odd-numbered side of the streets of said City (being the west and south sides of the streets therein) on the odd-numbered days of said months.

ALSO REMOVAL OF SNOW AND ICE FROM SIDEWALKS: Pursuant to Ordinance 6-2-8 (a), (b), within twenty-four (24) hours after the cessation of any fall of sleet or snow, it shall be the duty of the owners and/or the occupants of any lot or parcel of land to remove, or cause to be removed, the snow or sleet from any and all sidewalks and the nearest cross-side- walks adjacent to the premises of such owner or occupant, and to keep the same free and clear of snow and ice for the full width of the sidewalk.

 

 

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