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Clear Lake

clear lake wiIn 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 active until 2030.

The Village is allowed to put up to 12% of the Village’s equalized value in the creation of new TIDs plus the increment of all their active TIDs. As of 2007, the Village has 6.38% of their equalized value in their active TIDs. Therefore, the Village would have Clear Lake room to create more Districts if  needed without dissolving any of the existing TIDs.

They offer TIF funding to developers.  They also utilize regional planning for facade and microloans.

For more information, please visit www.clearlake-wi.gov call the Clerk at (715) 263-2157 or email ABannink@clearlake-wi.gov.

Clear Lake

Population

Total Population

1,017

Population
Growth Rate

-0.70%

Median Age

40

Diversity Index

14.700

Housing & Income

Households

439

Total Housing Units

502


Owner Occupied

307

Render Occupied

132

Vacant

63

Median Home Value

$132,292


Average Home Value

$154,951

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

-0.61%


Per Capita Income

2.86%

Income Projection

Median Household

$47,501 $53,167


Average Household

$59,006 $67,796


Per Capita

$24,744 $28,486

Workforce

Total Businesses

89

Total Employed

1,125

Workers 16+

358

AG/Forestry/Fish/Hunting

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

7

Employed

19

Manufacturing

Businesses

7

Employed

467

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

1

Employed

1

Some
High School

34

Graduated
High School

312

Associates
Degree

87

Bachelor's
Degree

53

Graduate
Degree

27

Average Commute Time

29 min.



Resident Commuters

201

Non-Resident Commuters

101

Drive Alone

288

Carpooled

43

Public

0

Work At Home

8