This is Chief Jay Heckel of the Marinette Fire Department and I'm asking for your help! The Marinette Fire Department has served the citizens of Marinette for 150 years! The department has gone through many changes in those 150 years and will continue to do so to meet the demands of our customers and the ever changing world we live in. I am working on the development of a Strategic Plan for the Marinette Fire Department that will show us where we are in terms of service, where we ant to be, and how we are going to get there.

To help with this process I have put together a 12 question survey that will help us gauge where we are on the eyes of those who matter most, you, our customers. I hope you will take the time to fill out this brief survey and provide us with your very valuable comments as to how we can best serve you.

Thank you.
Chief Jay Heckel

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Public Notices

  • Sanitary Sewer Bypass
  • Cleveland Ave & Pierce Ave Closure
  • Friday Food Truck Social

JUNE 14, 2017

A sanitary sewer bypass occurred on June 14, 2017 after Marinette Wastewater
Employees were notified of a high level alarm at a wastewater pump station. When the
crew arrived at the pump station on the Corner of 3rd Street and Water Street, they
found a tree had fallen on a control box at the station, shutting down one of the 3
pumps. Bypass pumping started at 8:11 a.m. and ended 8:45a.m. with a total of 20,400
gallons discharged. Questions can be directed to the Marinette Wastewater Operations
Manager at 715-732-5180.

Warren Howard
Operations Manager
Marinette Water & Wastewater Utilities
501 Water Street
Marinette, WI 54143

P R E S S   R E L E A S E

FROM: Brian Miller, P.E.
Director of Public Works

DATE: June 15, 2017

RE: Cleveland Avenue & Pierce Avenue Closure

The City of Marinette will be installing underground utilities and reconstructing the Cleveland Avenue/Pierce Avenue intersection. The project will start one week later than originally planned due to the recent rain. The project and detour will now begin Monday, June 26th. The work is scheduled to be completed within three weeks.

The work will require a road closure and a traffic detour. A posted detour will route motorists around the construction zone. Please follow the posted detour directional signs.

We ask motorists to be patient and reduce speed when traveling the detour route.

Thank you.

Brian R. Miller
Director of Public Works

C: Mayor Steve Genisot and Members of the Common Council

friday food truck social

Welcome to Marinette!
Your City on the Bay!

Our Beautiful Community, nestled along the shoreline of the scenic Bay of Green Bay, offers an attractive blend; the warmth and charm of a small community, and the modern, progressive thinking of a city on-the-move.

Mayor Steve Genisot