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Brown County, Wisconsin

Brown County, with a population of 245,000, is the 4th largest County in Wisconsin. We offer a locale that is rich in history, industry, agriculture, entertainment, and much more. Find out what Brown County, Wisconsin, has to offer you! 
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City of DePere

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Welcome to De Pere.  Whether you are visiting our community or looking for a location to live or start a business,De Pere has everything to make your experience exceptional.  De Pere's historic downtown offers unique shopping, casual and fine dining and live entertainment including a comedy theatre and a variety of music.


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City of Green Bay

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Green Bay is famous for football, but it's all the hidden treasures that make Greater Green Bay a special place to visit. Green Bay is Wisconsin's oldest settlement. The very first visitors to Greater Green Bay were successful entrepreneurs. From beaver pelts for European hat makers in the 1600s, to the invention of the world's first splinter-free toiler paper in the early 1900s, our ancestors used the area's waterways to grow the community's prosperity. Blessed with an abundance of natural resources, Green Bay was, and continues to be, a major shipping center.


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 Village of Allouez

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Allouez – It Truly Takes a Village.  Since the days of the early settlers and the Native Americans, “Community” has been a strong bond for our residents. Friends and neighbors have called Allouez home for several generations and continue to welcome new families to the village.

 


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Village of Ashwaubenon

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Ashwaubenon, a thriving village rich in the heritage from which it draws its name, strives to maintain the past in its goals for the future.  The legend of the name is a source of deep pride for all Ashwaubenonites; so much so, that an 86 acre park located on a peninsula, surrounded by Ashwaubenon Creek and the Fox River, was dedicated in honor of the man behind the legend.

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Village of Bellevue

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The Village of Bellevue continues to be one of the faster growing communities in Brown County and the State of Wisconsin.  Per the Wisconsin Department of Administrations 2016 Population Estimate, the Village of Bellevue is home to 15,337 residents which is up from the 2000 U.S. Census figure of 11,828. This ranks Bellevue as the 5th largest community in Brown County and the 55th largest community in the State of Wisconsin.

 


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Village of Hobart

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Hobart enjoys a handsome topography, a climate full of each of the four seasons, and convenience to all urban resources in our location near the “Northern Coast” of the Great Lakes. Yet we take great pride and make ongoing thoughtful efforts to preserve the quiet rural and residential ambiance that permeates our entire Village.  Celebrating our 107th year in 2015, we revere and owe much appreciation to the diligence and work ethic of our early settlers and founding families who forged this area into prosperous family farms adjacent to magnificent residential communities.


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Village of Howard

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The Town of Howard was established in 1835 and slowly developed along the Duck Creek as a center for mail delivery, farming, quarrying and lumbering. By 1856, a school was operating and the Town of Howard became well known for its Duck Creek stone quarries.  By 1959, the population had grown and the Town of Howard became incorporated as the Village of Howard. Residential, commercial and industrial growth has steadily continued since that time, creating a dynamic suburban community on Green Bay's northwest side.


 

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Village of Suamico

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The original settlement of Suamico was a small fishing community on Green Bay. Little evidence of it, apart from some small housing plots, remains.The Suamico and Fort Howard Road was the first declared county road in Brown County laid out between Big Suamico and Fort Howard in 1849-50. It followed a former Indian trail. Suamico was an excellent farming country and raising stock was profitable. Industry of the 1850s and '60s was milling and there were large sawmills along the Suamico River.


 

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Schools in Brown County

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Activities/Events in Brown County