Neenah | Menasha

Neenah and Menasha are the “twin cities” of the Fox Valley, just south of Appleton and north of Oshkosh. Neenah is rich with a variety of neighborhoods and historic homes, a vibrant walkable downtown, access to kayak launches and the water, an abundance of city parks and ThedaClark Hospital. Menasha claims more shoreline than any of the Fox Cities communities. With access to Lake Winnebago, the Fox River, and Little Lake Buttes des Morts, there is ample opportunity to get on the water. The Trestle Trail is a wonderful pedestrian bridge that crosses the Fox River in Menasha, part of a larger trail system that connects hundreds of miles for walking, biking or snowmobiling.  

Quick Facts about the City of Neenah

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  • History: Originally known as Winnebago Rapids, the name Neenah comes from the Ho-Chunk word for “running water”

  • Population: 26,000, making Neenah the 2nd most populated of the Fox Cities

  • Median Family Income: $67,172

  • Median Home Price: $133,400

  • Healthcare: Home of ThedaCare Regional Medical Center and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Fox Valley

Quick Facts about the City of Menasha

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  • History: Menasha, meaning “the Island,” became a village in 1849 and was incorporated as a city in 1874

  • Population: 17,600

  • Median Family Income: $46,646

  • Median Home Price: $119,310

  • Healthcare: Easy access to five major health care providers

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“We know that once we educate prospective employees on all of the beauty, community assets and hidden gems that make this area special that they begin to fall in love with the Fox Cities too.  Relocate Fox Cities goes above and beyond to aid in the transition of people to this area and ease the stress of starting a new venture here, while becoming an ongoing resource to both the employer and new employee. 
Local knowledge of the education system, connectivity to real estate teams and working in collaboration with
Future Neenah has assisted many of our newest employees with their transition to our area, as well as our major
employers in their search for talent.  I believe that creating a support system like this is key to
supporting quality of life outside of the workplace and long-term retention of talent for our area.”

Amy Barker
Executive Director
Future Neenah, Inc.