Historic Old Third Ward
Rake leaves, small yard and garden debris into the gutter or to the edge of the pavement on the Sunday night prior to your pick-up week. For residents in Zone 1 beginning Sunday October 9 and then every other Sunday through November 6.
Branches and brush may also be placed into the gutter at this time. Branches and brush must be cut down to 4’ lengths and bundled with biodegradable twine not to exceed 45 pounds. Yard waste may be in lawn and leaf paper bags. No containers will be collected.
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Did you know the Old Third Ward has a Facebook group? It's called Appleton Old Third Ward. Anyone interested in communicating with OTW residents or aficionados can join the group. You'll be notified of posts from other group members and you can post yourself. Do you have historic OTW photos? Is there a photo you can't identify? Crowdsource! Post it! How about recipes, gardening ideas, anything you think would be of interest to the group.
The latest edition of the Old Third Ward Neighborhood Association newsletter has been posted. Please
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Minutes for the July, 2016 OTW Board meeting, July 24, 2016 are now available. If you have any comments or questions, please contact the Old Third Ward.
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The Old Third Ward Neighborhood Association provides scholarships to high school students who wish to pursue studies in historic preservation, urban planning, local history and other related subjects. The Association also brings the neighborhood together for an annual dinner (in January) and an end-of-summer picnic (in September.) We also maintain the Old Third Ward Website, publish a popular walking tour brochure of the area, and stage periodic home tours. Please help the Association continue these worthy practices. The Old Third Ward Neighborhood Association is a private nonprofit corporation.