Road Projects


The Village of Little Chute Department of Public Works is constantly undertaking a variety of projects ranging form road construction, water and sewer replacement and storm water management. Throughout the course of the year, road project updates will be available.

Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District

The Heart of the Valley Metropolitan Sewerage District (HOVMSD), which serves the village of Little Chute, is moving ahead with plans for a major interceptor rehabilitation project. The project involves installation of a liner inside the pipe that carries sewage to the district’s treatment plant.

The project is needed after recent video inspections of the pipe found extensive surface corrosion, which threatens the longevity of the pipe. The project will allow the interceptor to serve its customers, and area residents and businesses, for decades to come.

Actual project work will begin in the spring of 2023. HOVMSD will provide periodic updates on the project to keep everyone informed of its progress. For more information go to

2022 Village Projects

Cherryvale Avenue Concrete Paving
Main Street Turn Lane and Concrete Crosswalk Replacement
East North Ave - CTH 00 Sanitary Sewer and Water Main
Railroad Quiet Zone
CTH 00 & French Road Signalization
Vandenbroek Pond

For more detailed information on each project click here.


The Village of Little Chute will soon begin construction for concrete paving for the above listed project.  Affected residents were invited to attend a Public Hearing to discuss this project and how it will impact them on Wednesday, March 23rd.  

Power Point presentation from Public Hearing click here.

Frequently Asked Questions from Public Hearing click here.


Detour to Begin Tuesday, May 31st For Approximately One Week
Detour Letter Detour Route Map

Project Schedule: March 21st to July 8th, 2022

PROJECT – The Village of Little Chute’s 2021 Vandenbroek Pond Construction is in the following location:

Proposed Pond is located 200 feet northwest of the intersection of W. North Ave. (CTH “OO”) & Vandenbroek Rd.

2021 Vandenbroek Pond Construction, shall include 10,500 cubic yards of common excavation, 4,800 square yards of site restoration, 70 cubic yards of concrete pavement, 120 square yards of asphalt pavement, 520 square feet of sidewalk/driveway pavement, 130 lineal feet of 6-inch to 8-inch diameter water main, and 335 lineal feet of 12-inch to 54-inch diameter storm sewer main. Project includes some limited sanitary manhole adjustments, sanitary service removal, and water service removal.

CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE - (May 23 through June 10)


Dorner, Inc. is the General Contractor for the proposed pond construction as well as the associated utility work. Proposed utilities have been substantially completed, Dorner has also completed the excavation, grading, and landscape restoration for the pond area. Patriot Fence will be on-site the week of May 23rd to install fencing, weather permitting. Restoration of the concrete and asphalt pavements are scheduled to take place beginning on Tuesday, May 31st. Additional landscape plantings and/or turf restoration will be scheduled upon completion of the pavement restoration.

Traffic Impacts:

The intersection of Vandenbroek Road and Miami Circle will be closed beginning on Tuesday, May 31st and will re-open on Tuesday,  June 7th.  Please use the posted detour for your safety as well as those working in the area. It is illegal to drive past a “ROAD CLOSED” sign or to move any construction barricades. Residents, business owners, and customers may access properties past “ROAD CLOSED – LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY” signs. Residents will have access to their driveways at the end of each work day, please avoid parking on the street in the construction zone, access for drop off and pick up are allowed. Residents should expect additional restrictions due to installation of proposed utilities, and should use alternate routes to limit traffic in the area when possible.

New Concrete Sidewalk Information - Salt

With winter comes snow and ice removal. Besides shoveling or using a snowblower, many sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, and streets are covered in salt to melt ice and snow and make concrete safer. However, using salt on your new concrete could end up harming it.

If your home has a new concrete sidewalk this year due to TDS or AT&T construction do not place salt on it the first year. 

Your new concrete is in its most fragile state the first year after it is poured. It needs time to  cure. settle, and gain strength to avoid breaking or cracking in the future.

Fiber-optic Network Construction

Starting in November 2020 White Construction on behalf of TDS started a fiber to home initiative in the Village of Little Chute.  The fiber-optic network will eventually reach all the Fox Valley area.  Construction started North of 41 in the Streamview Lane, Arts Way, Evergreen Drive area.  Residents will receive communication when work will begin in their area.  One example is the door hanger pictured below.  Work will continue during the winter weather dependent.  Any questions regarding this project call 1-855-259-8576 or visit

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