5.18.2021 Common Council Meeting

De Pere City Council Summary: De Pere Health Department has held 45 vaccination clinics and administered 2822 doses. All clinics now welcome walk-ins (no appointment necessary.) The next clinic is May 25th. You’ll also notice “pop-up” clinics happening where people are gathering at places such as the farmer’s market and the Voyager Park Beer GardenContinue reading “5.18.2021 Common Council Meeting”

5.4.2021 Common Council Meeting

Highlights from Tuesday night’s De Pere City Council Meeting: The De Pere Health Department continues to offer Covid-19 vaccination clinics. Need flexibility over a specific appointment time, no problem! Starting this week, in addition to signing up for appointments, WALK INS will also be accepted. The link with more information and vaccine sign up isContinue reading “5.4.2021 Common Council Meeting”

4.20.2021 Common Council Meeting

Highlights from the April 20 De Pere City Council meeting: De Pere City Council swore in new Alderperson, John Quigley, and new terms for Alderpersons Jonathon Hansen, Dean Raasch, and Amy Chandik Kundinger. Alderpersons Dan Carpenter and Dean Raasch were reappointed to the Plan Commission and Alderperson Jonathon Hansen was elected Council President. A bigContinue reading “4.20.2021 Common Council Meeting”

4.7.2021 Common Council Meeting

We had our first in-person meeting since March 2020. It was great to be back in person, and it was nice to formally meet with all our elected officials.Mayor Boyd read a statement from the City honoring Jerry Hasenberg, Jr., the city employee who died while performing tree maintenance in March. His wife, Vanessa, andContinue reading “4.7.2021 Common Council Meeting”

3.16.2021 Common Council Meeting

De Pere highlights from the March 16 Common Council Meeting: Covid Update – The City of De Pere continues to vaccinate residents twice a week and has administered 1400 Covid-19 vaccinations to City residents to date. The City Council awarded funds to Definitely De Pere for two separate projects: $10,000 to replace the summer lightContinue reading “3.16.2021 Common Council Meeting”

November Election Update

Hello All – Our fantastic City Clerk, Carey Danen, provided the Council with an election update for November and I’d like to share what I learned. The City plans to use all 4 polling places on Election Day, with the Swan Club being used as the temporary location for District 2. District 2 voters normallyContinue reading “November Election Update”

City Council approves mask ordinance

On July 28, the City of De Pere Common Council voted 5-3 on a mask ordinance, similar to the ordinance passed by the Green Bay City Council last week. You can read more about the ordinance below. https://www.deperewi.gov/egov/apps/document/center.egov?view=item&id=6305 While the ordinance was approved 5-3, it requires a second reading. This means it needs to comeContinue reading “City Council approves mask ordinance”

Legion Pool and other updates:

The Board of Park Commissioners approved the following plan for opening Legion Pool: Lap swim will be available to a limited number of swimmers at a certain time. Swim lessons will be offered but limited and will begin towards the end of June. Pool rentals will be be available with a maximum number of swimmersContinue reading “Legion Pool and other updates:”

Press Times Response

Why should people vote for you? Communication. As De Pere Clerk-Treasurer for seven years, I am knowledgeable in all aspects of City government. As a resident, I am passionate about De Pere for the same reasons you are: historic downtown, great restaurants and shops, beautiful neighborhoods and parks, and excellent schools, to name a few.Continue reading “Press Times Response”