© 2016 by Town of Oneida, Wisconsin. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are temporarily suspending in-person office access to our Town Hall for general business. To vote for April 7 election: Ballot can be requested from the state at myvote.wi.gov

For those without internet access, we will allow in person absentee voting by APPOINTMENT-call ahead 920-833-2211. Stay safe & healthy!

Please go to the Election page for more information!

The Town of Oneida was organized in 1910 as a township. Located in the northeast corner of Outagamie County west of the City of Green Bay in northeast Wisconsin. Oneida borders the Village of Howard and Town of Pittsfield to the north, Seymour and Osborn to the west, Freedom and Kaukauna to the South and Lawrence and the Village of Hobart to the east. Nearby cities include Green Bay, Seymour, Kaukauna and Appleton. The entirety of the Town lies within the boundaries of the Oneida Indian Reservation.


The Town of Oneida is located in Outagamie County, Wisconsin, United States.


The population was 4,711 at the 2015 census. 

Special Town Board Meetings

Special Town Board Meetings happen periodically, information is posted at Town Hall, Fire Department & Town Website.


Special Meetings are typically held at:

Town of Oneida Town Hall

N6593 County Road H, Oneida, WI 54155.

Town Board Monthly Meetings

Town Board Monthly Meetings are the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7:00 P.M.   


Monthly Meetings are held at:

Town of Oneida Town Hall

N6593 County Road H, Oneida, WI 54155.

All Notices and Minutes are under "Town Board" Menu, then scroll towards bottom of page

Meetings are also posted at Town Hall and at the Fire Department