WELCOME to the CITY of FITCHBURG, WISCONSIN
The City of Fitchburg, Wisconsin combines the best of city and rural life with a diverse population of more than 25,260 residents and over 700 businesses. Nestled within 22 thousand acres of rolling hills, parks and family farms, Fitchburg offers unique recreational opportunities, exceptional parks systems and world-class bike trails.
The City’s leading edge economy is focused on knowledge based innovation with a strong foundation in biotechnology, thermoforming, information technology, medical instrumentation, nanotechnology and agriculture.
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A Message from the Mayor
NEWS OF THE WEEK And BEYOND
City of Fitchburg Memorial Day Observance
Monday, May 27, 2013
Fitchburg Senior Center - new location
5510 Lacy Road
WELCOME – Richard Bloomquist, Common Council President
NATIONAL ANTHEM – Please join in singing
GREETINGS AND INTRODUCTIONS – Richard Bloomquist
PROGRAM SPEAKER– Mr. Michael Trepanier, Deputy Secretary, Wisconsin Department of Veteran’s Affairs and Iraq War Veteran
LAYING OF MEMORIAL BOB SCHLEY WREATH –This will be done at the Bob Schley Memorial immediately after the completion of the service, which is located at 2377 S. Fish Hatchery Road (Former City Hall) for those who wish to attend.
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE –Oregon/Brooklyn VFW Post 10272
AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL– Please join in singing
Public Works Permits & Applications - Sanitary, Stormwater, Streets, Water
Learn about recent EAB findings and whether you should treat your ash trees
Ash trees in Fitchburg are in danger of being killed by emerald ash borer (EAB). You can help save public ash trees along the streets or in parks by sponsoring their treatment to protect them from EAB. Adopt a public ash tree(s) by May 15 or make a general donation to the program.