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Appleton Courthouses

Last updated: December 12, 2013

Do you have court business in Appleton? Appleton residents on the Outagamie side of town are fortunate that all of the county’s trial courts and many county services are housed in once central location in Appleton, the Outagamie County Justice Center. All seven branches of the Outagamie County circuit courts are located in the justice center.

However, if your Appleton court business arises in Calumet County or Winnebago County, you may be headed to court in Chilton or Oshkosh. The guide to courthouses serving Appleton residents includes information on the county courts of Outagamie, Calumet and Winnebago, including links to court websites, contact information and notes on the types of cases heard at each court. For more information about Wisconsin circuit courts, check out the Wisconsin Court System website. If you live in Appleton and are looking for federal court information, including bankruptcy court, visit FindLaw’s Milwaukee Courthouses page.


Appleton Courthouses

  • Outagamie County Justice Center

    320 S Walnut Street
    WI 54911

    Tel: (920) 832-5131

    The Outagamie County Justice Center houses all seven branches of the Outagamie County circuit courts, which are trial courts of general jurisdiction and hear all kinds of cases and controversies under Wisconsin law. You will also find the Clerk of the Circuit Courts’ Office in this building.

  • Calumet County Circuit Court

    206 Court Street
    WI 53014

    Tel: (920) 849-1465

    This address houses all county offices, including the county circuit court and the Clerk of the Courts.

  • Winnebago County Courthouse

    415 Jackson Street
    WI 54901

    Tel: (920) 236-4848

    The circuit courts and the Clerk of the Courts for Winnebago County are located here.


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