Fox Crossing, Wisconsin

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Fox Crossing, Wisconsin
Fox Crossing, Wisconsin is located in Wisconsin
Fox Crossing, Wisconsin
Fox Crossing, Wisconsin
Coordinates: 44°13′11″N 88°29′07″W / 44.21972°N 88.48528°W / 44.21972; -88.48528Coordinates: 44°13′11″N 88°29′07″W / 44.21972°N 88.48528°W / 44.21972; -88.48528
Country United States
State Wisconsin
County Winnebago
Elevation 768 ft (234 m)
Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
Area code(s) 920
GNIS ID 2783854[1]

Fox Crossing is a suburban village in Winnebago County, Wisconsin, United States. It was incorporated from the land and population of the former Town of Menasha, and so named because of its location near the Roland Kampo Memorial Bridge and the WI 441/I-41 interchange.[1][2] The village became incorporated on April 20, 2016 after final state and some neighboring community approvals. The village as originally formed consisted of the land formerly belonging to the town of Menasha west of Little Lake Butte des Morts.[3][4] The village's residents approved a referendum to incorporate.

On August 17, 2016, an agreement was reached between the Village of Fox Crossing and the remaining Town of Menasha to annex all remaining Town of Menasha lands to Fox Crossing. This agreement would effectively end the existence of the Town of Menasha, on a timeline "on or as soon after the (agreement) as practical".[5] This came to pass on September 22, 2016, when the remaining parts of the town of Menasha became part of the village of Fox Crossing.[6]


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