Auction Notice Form - Auctions and closeout sales are hereby deemed to be unlawful unless notice of said auction or closeout sale is given in writing by the auctioneer or person or business conducting said auction or closeout sale to the Town of Grand Chute not less than 15 days before the occurrence of said auction or closeout sale. The written notice of auction or closeout sale shall be sufficient if it contains and identifies the date, the hours and the location where the auction or closeout sale will take place and identifies the owners or consignors of personal property or real estate to be sold. The written notice shall be received by the Town Clerk at least 15 days prior to the auction or sale. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 259.
Bartender/Operator License - Anyone wishing to be employed as an operator under § 125.17, Wis. Stats., shall make written application for an operator's license to the Town Clerk upon the form provided by the Town. No operator's license shall be granted to a person under 18 years of age. No one except the licensee or a member of his immediate family shall act as an operator without such license. Licenses are valid from July 1 to June 30, renewed every two years. Fees are as prescribed in the Town Fee Schedule. All applicants shall comply with § 125.17(6), Wis. Stats. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 335-10.
Escort License Application - No escort service shall operate or provide service in the Town of Grand Chute without first obtaining an escort service license issued by the Town. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 279.
Hotel/Motel License Application - The Town through the Town of Grand Chute Police Department has determined that various hotels/motels within the Town have accounted for an excessive number of police calls, including prostitution activity, drug trafficking, other crimes, and disorderly conduct disturbances. The Town through the Town of Grand Chute Police Department has identified from past experience that working with area hotels/motels in a collaborative effort provides a more effective means of addressing issues involving prostitution activity, drug trafficking, other crimes, and disorderly conduct disturbances. The creation of this hotel/motel ordinance by the Town of Grand Chute will provide improved accountability by owners/operators of hotel/motel businesses with a focus on improving health and safety issues for guests, hotel/motel employees, and the Grand Chute community, by requiring owners/operators to obtain licenses to operate hotels/motels in the Town, by imposing penalties for inappropriate activities, and by providing an opportunity for owners/operators to mitigate those penalties by voluntary cooperation with the Town Police Department. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 315.
Junk Dealer's License - No person shall keep or maintain in the Town any building or yard for the keeping or storing in commercial quantities or for dealing in any old, used or secondhand materials of any kind, including rags, paper, rubbish, bottles, rubber, iron or other metals, or junked motor vehicles or the parts thereof without first having obtained a license as hereinafter provided. Whenever it shall appear that the proposed location of such yard or business and the types of materials to be collected and stored are suitable and proper with regard to the public health, safety and welfare, and whenever it shall further appear that such business shall not be or become a fire hazard and shall not be or become a public nuisance by reason of foul odors, noise or unsightliness, the Town Board shall authorize and the Town Clerk shall issue a junk dealer's license. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 349.
Liquor Licensing - Follow this link for explanations of the different types of liquor licenses.
Pawnbroker and Secondhand Dealers - For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 412.
Solicitor's Permit/Direct Seller - It shall be unlawful for any direct seller to engage in direct sales within the Town of Grand Chute without being registered for that purpose as provided herein. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 259-6.Special Event Permit - Click Here for more information
Taxicab License - No person shall for hire transport passengers or offer taxicab or similar transportation services to the public within the Town of Grand Chute nor shall any person solicit passengers to be transported for hire within the Town unless duly licensed to do so by the Town Board. Pursuant to § 349.24, taxicabs and limousines licensed in another municipality are not required to procure a license from the Town of Grand Chute. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 480. See the Municipal Fee Schedule for current fees.
Taxicab Operator/Driver's License - A taxicab driver must be a person of at least 18 years of age and must make written application to the Town Clerk for a taxicab driver's license on forms furnished by the Town Clerk, giving the name, address and age and whether or not he or she has been convicted of a felony, the type of state driver's license that has been issued to him/her and also stating the experience and the number of the state driver's license. The application must be accompanied by the license fee as prescribed in the Town Fee Schedule, and after the applicant has been granted a license, he/she shall obtain a suitable badge or identification card from the Town Clerk which must be displayed on the licensee's person whenever he/she is driving or operating a taxicab. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 480-10.
Tobacco License - No person shall in any manner, directly or indirectly, manufacture, sell, exchange, dispose of or give away or keep for sale any cigarettes without first obtaining a license therefor from the Town Clerk in the manner provided in § 134.65, Wis. Stats. This section shall not apply to jobbers or manufacturers doing interstate business with customers outside Wisconsin. For more information see Municipal Code Chapter 241. Current fees are listed in the Municipal Fee Schedule.