Oneida, WI

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Oneida, WI

About Oneida, WI

Living in Oneida, WI is an enjoyable experience. The small town of Oneida has a cozy atmosphere with plenty of amenities to enjoy. There are a variety of parks and lakes nearby that offer the opportunity for outdoor activities such as fishing, kayaking, hiking, biking, camping and more. Residents can also take advantage of the nearby golf courses or simply take a stroll through town and enjoy the friendly people and community atmosphere. With schools, churches, restaurants and shopping centers all close by, Oneida provides an ideal place to raise a family or just get away from it all. Small city - Northeastern Wisconsin along north shore of Lake Winnebago.

State: Wisconsin
County: Outagamie County
Metro Area: Appleton Metro Area
City: Oneida
Zip Codes: No Zip Codes Here.
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Time zone: Central Standard Time (CST)
Elevation: 755 ft above sea level

Lake Winnebago is the primary source for the Fox River, which ultimately reaches Lake Michigan at Green Bay. The so-called “Fox Cities” – Appleton, Neenah, Oshkosh, and Fond du Lac – surround the lake, and the area, known as the Fox River Valley, is a prosperous forest products, papermaking and manufacturing region. Appleton is the largest of and most diverse of the Fox Cities. Downtown Appleton- clean, attractive, active and livable- sits right at the lake, with livable city neighborhoods spreading east and northeast until reaching farmland outside the city.

Lawrence University, a highly rated liberal arts school, adds a college town element. Blue collar and white collar elements mix well in this town. Cost of living is low and standards of living are high. Future job growth projections have been healthy for a manufacturing area as companies discover the strong local labor force. That said, the future of the paper industry has been a concern. Nearby water, state parks, and the vast forested areas of upstate Wisconsin provide above average recreation opportunities, both summer and winter.

The Fox Cities sit in a mostly level valley plain surrounded by areas of low rolling and densely wooded hills. The decidedly continental climate receives the full effects of continental air masses, particularly in winter. Summers are pleasantly warm and sometimes humid, with occasional hot spells and cool evenings. Most precipitation arrives as thunderstorms from May through September. Winters are harsh and cold, although the coldest days are often sunny and dry. Most winter precipitation comes as snow with persistent snow cover. First freeze is early October, last is mid-May.

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Oneida Cost of Living

Cost of living, low crime rate, and outdoor recreation make Oneida a great place to live.

-17.9% lower than avg
-7.7% lower than avg
$783 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-46.6% lower than avg
Oneida Crime
26.1 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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Pros & Cons of Oneida
   Cost of living
Cold winters
   Low crime rate
Low ethnic diversity
   Outdoor recreation
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