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When you live in our region of West Central Wisconsin, you’re automatically entitled to all of the wonderful fringe benefits our region offers. Natural beauty, culture, affordability, great career opportunities, excellent education, high quality health care, small town security, and an endless list of activities.


The regions outstanding livability also gives you leverage to attract and retain quality employees. They’ll love living here. And when they have free time, there’s never a lack of activities any time of year. Hiking, biking, fishing and hunting, art museums, theatres, national sporting events, major music festivals or just sitting back and taking in the breath taking scenery, they’re all part of the amenities that come with making our area your business’s home.

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Amery

The City of Amery, Wisconsin lies nestled on an isthmus between the lazy Apple River, and the beautiful North Twin and South Twin Lakes. Located in the heart of the St. Croix Valley, Amery is the largest community in Polk County and serves as a center for shopping, arts, recreation and healthcare. Amery, a quaint community offers its residents a wonderful quality of life and excellent services provided by  public agencies and the volunteerism inherent in the community.With seven beautiful parks offering walking trails, fishing, boat landings, birding and vast nature retreats, we believe Amery is a “great place” for families and retirees and we welcome our visitors wholeheartedly. The City of Amery has some designed industrial parks. One of the parks   currently has 13 usable acres.  The City has two TIF Districts in the community one in the downtown and the other in one of their industrial parks. The City also has its own micro...Learn More »

Balsam Lake

The Village of Balsam Lake features the largest lake in Polk County and is also the County Seat.  They’re close to two state highways , Hwy 8 & 35, and have good school district.Their industrial park is fully developed with electric, water and sewer and natural gas is available.  Notify the Village for possible incentives including possible tax break for new industries. For information, please visit: www.balsamlakecc.com call  the Clerk at (715) 485-3424 or email: vobl@lakeland.ws.  The Villiage of Balsam Lake website is www.balsamlakevillage.com....Learn More »

Centuria

The Village of Centuria features a great location on Hwy 35 and offers recreational opportunities along with low taxes.Their industrial park is in the TIF district and offers TIF incentives of  4 acre lots and a 20% loan. There are lots available and new industries may  address the village board as to current incentives. For more information, please visit www.centuria-wi.org/ call the Clerk at (715) 646-2300 or email at info@centuria-wi.org....Learn More »

Clayton

The Village of Clayton is located on a major US highway 63 and has convenient recreational activities.They have  an industrial park. One lot has utilities, and the others have utilities close by.  They have a TIF district and offer incentives to qualified developers. For more information, please visit www.villageofclayton.com call the Clerk at (715) 948-2460 or email vclaytonct@amerytel.net....Learn More »

Clear Lake

In the Village of Clear Lake you can  enjoy the best of everything from unlimited outdoor recreation  activities to an indoor athletic club and fitness center. From several large industrial manufacturers located in our industrial park to the small craft shops located on Main Street., From a great school system providing quality education to a local government that cares about people. Clear Lake offers residents and visitors big-city amenities without losing their small town charm.The Village has two active Tax Incremental Finance Districts (TID), TID #2 and #3. TID #2 is an industrial District on the west side of the Village that was created in 1999 and has a 23 year life so it can exist until 2022.   TID #3 is a blighted District that covers most of the downtown and along 5th Street. This district was created in 2003 and has a 27 year life, so it can be...Learn More »

Dresser

The Village of Dresser is a vibrant small community with quality places to live, work, and play. Residents have a variety of housing choices in the Village to meet their changing needs.The Village promotes high quality growth, and new development is designed and sited to reflect the character of the Village and to preserve sensitive environmental areas. For more information call the Clerk at (715) 755-2940 or email vod@centurytel.net....Learn More »

Frederic

Included in the village of Frederic are over 40 acres of parklands and a 20-acre lake with access and docks for public use. Three shelters, a ballpark, basketball court and a bandstand are available for family outings, special events or just peaceful afternoon picnics. Winter activities include ice skating on the public ice skating rink, cross country skiing on trails around the lake or maybe a quiet day of ice fishing.  Frederic also boasts a flourishing arts and cultural community.TIFD is an economic development resource available, and Frederic boasts a water and waste water system that would support wet industry. For more information, please visit www.fredericwi.com call the Administrator at (715)327-4294 or email administrator@fredericwi.com....Learn More »

Luck

The Village of Luck is uniquely blessed with great natural resources.  Big   Butternut Lake, Gandy Dancer Trail, Straight Lake State Park, John Haukness Wildlife Area and six municipal parks.The Village also boasts an excellent school system, new library and historical museum, an 18-hole golf course and a variety of downtown businesses.The current industrial park is full.  Please contact Village to find out if there will be development of a second park. Economic incentives include the Micro Loan and Façade Committees (in conjunction with West Central Regional Planning) review applications to help new and existing businesses and approve appropriate loans.  Also available is a housing rehabilitation and home purchase assistance to residents through the Community Development Block Grant Revolving Loan fund.  The Village staff offers assistance and guidance with grant/loan applications for the business community. For more information, please visit http://www.villageofluckwi.com/ email volkristina@lakeland.ws or call the Administrator at (715) 472-2221....Learn More »

Osceola

Located less than an hour from the Twin Cities and nestled in the bluffs of the beautiful Saint Croix River Valley, Osceola is the perfect natural setting to live and work.  The Village has maintained its history by using historic preservation as a tool to keep its downtown vibrant.  Home to a great school district it also boasts a bridge to Minnesota, an airport with a 5,500 ft runway and rail potential.With both an industrial and business park. With fully developed sites, this Village has an Economic Development Fund and Incentive Fund available. For additional information, please visit www.myosceola.com call the Administrator at (715)294-3498 or email neil@vil.osceola.wi.us....Learn More »

St. Croix Falls

The City of St. Croix Falls is dedicated to preserving its pristine river valley community and to providing a safe, friendly environment by investing in the future through orderly growth, thereby protecting its scenic beauty, natural resources and its historic character.The City is ready to assist businesses in accessing economic development resources offered at the regional/state/national level.  The industrial park has full utilities, and you will find an available workforce at  affordable wages with available sites to build homes. For information visit www.cityofstcroixfalls.com call the Administrator at 715-483-3929 or email: administrator@cityofstcroixfalls.com....Learn More »

Turtle Lake

The Village of Turtle Lake has a friendly, small-town atmosphere for residents and visitors alike, which encourages community involvement and makes the Village a good place to raise a family.  Their Residents are proud of their community’s school system, its recreational opportunities, the access to quality, affordable housing, and their active role in the community. The Village of Turtle Lake will continue to preserve the traditions of their small town past while looking forward to the future to promote a diversified economic base, making the Village a good place to visit, work, and live.The Village of Turtle Lake proposes to construct a Regional Sustainable Business Park with an emphasis on sustainable design criteria such as: Emphasis on the use and preservation of natural systems Use of life-cycle cost analysis Holistic design and systems thinking. Design and application of new, innovative and more sustainable technologies LEED certification for new building designs Sustainable solution alternatives visualization Emphasis on public...Learn More »