|Town of Liberty Facts|
Outagamie County, Wisconsin
Coordinates: 44°24′57″N 88°39′15″W
|Country: United States
• Total 30.7 sq mi
• Land 30.6 sq mi
• Water 0.1 sq mi
|Elevation 768 ft (234 m)|
Welcome to the Town of Liberty.
The Town of Liberty was created in 1851, when Outagamie County separated from Brown County. From its beginning, the Town of Liberty has been a farming community. Today, farming is still important, but faces several challenges. In more recent decades, residential development has become more and more pervasive as people seek rural locations with easy access to the surrounding areas.
2017 Town of Liberty Tire Collection
Tire collection will be held on Thursday, September 21st from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the Liberty Town Hall. Each household is limited to 6 tires. All tires must be automotive tires and cannot be larger than 18”. Tires and tires on metal rims only will be accepted (NO wooden rims). Please mark your calendar, as we will not be advertising this in the local newspaper. Collection is for Town of Liberty residents only!