Waupaca County Highway Department

Waupaca Office 515 E Fulton St., Waupaca 715-258-7152

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We also invite you to review our 5-year Capital Improvement Program (2013-2017). Click below to view by year:  

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We hope the information found here will be beneficial to you.  The Highway Department is responsible for many functions in the county including, but not limited to:

  • The planning, designing, constructing, and maintaining of the county highway system.
  • The maintaining of all state highways that travel through Waupaca County.
  • The maintaining of many town road systems that hold maintenance agreements with us.


Waupaca County Highway seasonal weight restrictions as of April 24 are still on for posted COUNTY Highways. A map of posted highways as well as permit information can be found on this website, in the left tool bar. When they lift, we will post here as well. Thank you!

Waupaca County Highway Department office is currently open 

7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.


The Waupaca County Highway Department reminds residents that it is illegal to place private signs such as rummage sale signs, advertising signs “for sale” signs or Realtor signs in the county right-of-way. Signs placed in the right-of-way will be removed by the Highway Department.



This week the Waupaca County Highway Department crews are performing:

Week of April 21, 2014

Construction Work

CTH "T" - Total reconstruction from CTH "D" to Collier Road. Waupaca County crews are "buttoning" up for the winter with final loads of gravel. The road will remained officially closed over the winter months with work to resume in the Spring with the first mat.


Maintenance Work  

Patching - State, County, Township

Sweeper Work

  • Winter Work
  • Brush Cutting/Tree Cutting -  Town of Caledonia, Town of Little Wolf
  • Sign replacement and repairs
  • Pulling back shoulders - USH 10
<b>Farm & Roads Meeting - January 30, 2014</b>Farm & Roads Meeting - January 30, 2014

Pictured is Kevin Erb, Conservation Professional Training Coordinator from the UW Extension Office out of Green Bay presenting "Impacts of farm equipment on rural roads and proactive steps farmers and local officials can take to reduce damage". About 30 farmers and agriculture business partners attended from the Town of Dupont, Little Wolf and Union. Thanks you to the Town of Union for allowing us to have the meeting at the Union Town Hall.