Welcome to the Town of Whitewater
The Town of Whitewater is a thriving rural community with a population of 1485 in the Kettle Moraine Area of Southern Wisconsin with scenic farms, public state parks and recreational lake areas.
This area has something for every outdoor enthusiast. The beautiful Whitewater and Rice Lakes at the tip of the Kettle Moraine state forest provide boating, swimming and fishing. Hiking, biking, skiing, snowmobile and horse trails abound in a glacier carved setting of rolling hills and forests. Local DNR campgrounds have wooded sites for families as well as for large groups.
Just to the north, the nearby city of Whitewater offers convenient shopping, restaurants, medical facilities, and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with its wide range of cultural and sports activities.
Town Board Meetings: The Whitewater Town Board meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm at the Whitewater Town Hall. All residents are welcome to attend. Please click the "Town Board" link to see meeting agendas and minutes.
Stay in touch: To receive information and updates from the Town of Whitewater, please send an email to TownofWhitewater@yahoo.com and include your name and mailing address with “Email list” in the subject line.
Town Hall Hours:
The Town Hall office is open
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
from 8:00am – 12:00pm and
other times by appointment.
Upcoming Events at the Town Hall:
Thurs, 2/11/16 - Lake Management Mtg @ 6pm
Tues, 2/16/16 - Primary Election 7am - 8pm
Thurs, 3/3/16 - 4H Mtg @ 6pm
Wed, 3/9/16 - Town Board Mtg @ 7pm
Thurs, 3/10/16 - Lake Management Mtg @ 6pm
Thurs, 4/7/16 - 4H Mtg @ 6pm
Thurs, 4/14/16 - Lake Management Mtg @ 6pm
Wed, 4/20/16 - Annual & Town Board Mtg @ 6:30pm
Per Wisconsin Act 79, Effective 11-13-2015, all Whitewater Town postings will now only be posted at the Whitewater Town Hall (W8590 Willis Ray Road) and on the Whitewater Town website (www.townofwhitewater.org).
The Town of Whitewater signed a new 2016-2017 contract with the Whitewater Fire Department. The base stand-bye fee for 2016 is $26,440 and $30,440 in 2017 plus a $900 per call fee. The $900 fee and any additional costs will be passed on to the property owner. Check with your homeowner's insurance to see if any amount of this cost is covered.