Mayville and Horicon Community

Whether you are a resident or a first-time visitor, we hope that your experience is rich and plentiful.

Mayville is rich in history, being first settled in 1845, by the families of Chester May and Alvin Foster who opened a saw mill. Shortly after this, the discovery of iron ore in the area led to a rapid growth of the settlement. Full of industrious, hardworking, and friendly people, Mayville gained the reputation as Dodge County’s most progressive city. As the iron industry grew in Mayville, so did its downtown, hosting an array of businesses from cigar factories and breweries, to piano stores and creameries.

Once the country moved from iron to steel, that same spirit helped Mayville transition into a manufacturing and farming community. Unlike many other iron cities across the country, Mayville and its downtown continued to prosper. Most of the original, historic buildings are still present today.

Mayville is a city with a remarkable history that includes many innovations, including: the roots of John Deere, cheese packaged into wedges, the shotshell reloader, milk trucks, and the aircraft carrier net. That progressive tradition continues today with Mayville being the first city in Dodge County to allow sidewalk dining, hosting an array of unique shopping, and the area’s best restaurants.

We hope you enjoy Mayville’s fascinating history, our energizing present, and return for the exciting future.

Horicon Community

Our community is rich in history. Founded as a lumber mill town and railroad hub on the Rock River, over time the community has become synonymous with the Horicon Marsh, outdoor adventures, and wildlife conservation. Horicon has a historic downtown, quaint lodging and shops, walkable traditional neighborhoods, and an outstanding school district. Our community is affordable and has a variety of large employers with a range of manufacturing and service businesses that are remarkable in such a beautiful natural setting.

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Get Involved


The Mayville Area Chamber of Commerce can use your support! Do you have a volunteer program in your business?  We would love to have you, your organization, or employees participate in any of the programs and events that the Chamber provides to the community. The Chamber will promote your business through social media and any ads done for the event, and you can wear and display your organization’s promotional materials!

Email us today at and share your special skills with Mayville!

  • Business and Community Programs
  • Ambassadors’ Program
  • MACC Business & Citizen of the Year Awards and Dinner
  • Welcome New Families to the Community with Greeter Bags of Members’ Promotional Materials
  • Welcome Wagon Program Chairman Open!
  • Add Veterans 5K ish Run
  • Host or Assist in Network Nights or Lunch and Learn
  • MACC Annual Dinner & Meeting
  • Concerts in the Park Concessions
  • Rock N Boom Concession Stand
  • Delivering Make It Mayville Books to Surrounding Areas
  • Sell Raffle Tickets

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Mayville Community

Mayville City Hall
Mayville Municipal Building

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CDC Website:

15 S. School Street • PO Box 273 • Mayville

City Website (Local Government)

  • The City Hall at 15 School Street houses the city business offices, common council chambers and Police Department. The common council is made up of elected officials, which is made up of the mayor and six alderpersons who represent different wards in the community. To contact any of the city departments call 920-387-7900 or visit
  • Mayville has a professional full-time police department providing 24-hour dispatching for the city.
  • Mayville EMS is located at 102 Mill Place and is independent from but works closely with the Mayville Fire Department. Our teams are ready 24/7 to provide lifesaving care to those in need.
  • Mayville has a professionally trained Volunteer Fire Department dedicated to service in all aspects of rescue, fire prevention and suppression, and control of hazardous situations.

Help Lines

Mayville Police Department
25 S. School Street
Mayville WI 53050
Emergency 911

Mayville Fire Dept.
522 Horicon Street
Mayville WI 53050
Emergency 911

Suicide Prevention


Poison Control Help Line

Child Protection Services
199 County Rd DF
Juneau WI 53039

Horicon Community

Horicon logo

Emergency Telephone Numbers
Emergency Police, Fire Department, and Ambulance: 911

Non-Emergency Telephone Numbers
Ambulance: (920) 485 3512
Fire Department: (920) 485 3511
Police Department: (920) 485 3555

City Telephone Numbers
City Hall: (920) 485 3500
Water/Wastewater Department: (920) 485 3544
Public Works Department: (920) 485 3540
Aquatic Center: (920) 485 3522
Public Library: (920) 485 3535
Municipal Court: (920) 485 4376
Horicon Chamber of Commerce : (920) 485 3200
Post Office: (920) 485 4429

Covid Resources: US Chamber Website:
CDC Website:
Suicide Prevention
(877) 399-1346
Poison Control Help Line
Child Protection Services
199 County Rd DF
Juneau WI 53039



Mayville Community


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The Mayville School District serves approximately 1,100 students across three schools with a commitment to providing a quality educational environment and experience for the children of Mayville and the surrounding area.

The District’s mission is to foster innovation, empower learners and transform the learning experience. We promote a growth mindset in which learning is continuous and believe that all students can attain mastery of academic targets.

The Mayville community has shown its outstanding support for our schools through the recent completion of a $24.5 million construction and renovation project including the renovation of Mayville High School, the construction of a new state of the art fitness center, new technology education spaces, new agricultural science spaces, and capital maintenance/safety & security improvements at all three of our schools.

Mayville School District works collaboratively with local child care providers and preschools to offer 4K: St. Mary’s, St. John’s, Jaime’s Clubhouse and Parkview Primary. Each site has a highly-qualified, DPI-certified teacher who receives professional development and curriculum resources from the district. For more information call Becky LeBouton, 4K Coordinator and Parkview Principal at 920-387-7973 ext. 2002.

Grades 4K-2 – Parkview Primary School
located at 259 Oak St., Mayville, WI 53050
PH: 920-387-7973 ext. 2001

Grades 3-8 – Mayville Middle School
located at 445 N. Henninger St., Mayville, WI 53050
PH: 920-387-7970 ext. 3002

Grades 9-12 – Mayville High School
located at 500 N. Clark St., Mayville, WI 53050
PH: 380-387-7960 ext. 4002


Grades 3K-8 St. John’s Lutheran School
located at 520 Bridge St., Mayville, WI 53050
PH: 920-387-4310

Grades 3K-2 St. Mary’s Catholic School
located at 28 Naber St., Mayville, WI 53050
PH: 920-387-2920 ext. 328
Grades 3K-8 Immanuel EV. Lutheran School
located at N8092 County Road AY, Mayville WI 53050
PH: 920-387-5363

Horicon Community

Horicon Junior Senior High School
Horicon Junior Senior High School
Teresa Graven, Principal
841 Gray St.
Horicon WI 53032

Phone: (920) 485-4441
Fax: (920) 485-3244
Office Hours: 7 am to 4 pm
School Hours: 8 am to 3:06 pm
Grades 7 through 12

Van Brunt Elementary School
Lisa Sawyer, Principal
611 Mill St.
Horicon WI 53032

Phone: (920) 485-4423
Fax: (920) 485-4318
Office Hours: 7 am to 4 pm
School Hours: 8:05 am to 3:15 pm
Grades K4 through 6

Horicon Public Schools, District Office
Rich Appel, Superintendent
611 Mill St.
Horicon WI 53032

Phone: (920) 485-2898
Fax: (920) 485-3601

Mountain Top Christian Academy
Stacy Nummerdor, Contact Person
W3941 Hwy. 33, Horicon, WI 53032
Phone: (920) 485-6630, Fax : 920-485-0236
School Hours: 8 am to 2:45 pm
PreK through Grade 12

St Stephen’s Lutheran School
Joel M. Bahr, Principal
OFFICE HOURS: 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
June to August 9 am to 3 pm
Grades 3K through 8
505 N Palmatory St.
Horicon WI 53032

Phone: (920) 485-6687


Mayville Community

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Christian Life Fellowship Church
113 N. Clark Street
Mayville, WI 53050
Phone: 920.387.5567

Gateway Community Church
16 S. Main Street
Mayville, WI 53050
Phone: 920.387.4283

Immanuel Lutheran Church
N8076 County Road AY
Mayville, WI 53050
Phone: 920.387.5363

Mayville United Methodist Church
301 Furnace Street
Mayville, WI 53050

Phone: 920.387.3880

St. John’s Lutheran Church
450 Bridge Street
Mayville, WI 53050
Phone: 920.387.3568

St. Mary’s Catholic Church
302 S. German Street
Mayville, WI 53050
Phone: 920.387.3130

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, ELCA
16 S. Walnut Street
Mayville, WI 53050
Phone: 920.387.5710

St. Peter EV. Lutheran Church WELS
23 Main Street
Kekoskee, WI
Phone: 920.387.9989

Horicon Community

Emmanuel United Methodist Church
Rev. Allie Scott
222 S. Cedar St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Church Office | (920) 485-2682

First Baptist Church
Pastor Roger Siedschlag
604 Janssen St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone | (920) 485-4114
Website |

First Presbyterian Church
Pastor Paul Hudson
128 S. Cedar St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone | (920) 485-2130
Website |

Grace Hill Fellowship
820 N. Main Street
(Archie Monument Building)
Juneau, WI 53039

Phone | (920) 296-5825
Website |
Email |

Marshview Ministries
Pastor David Katsma
103 S Cedar St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone | (920) 485-0711
Website |

Pentecostal House of Prayer
Pastor John Beauprey
W3941 Hwy 33
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone | (920) 485-6630
Fax | (920) 485-0236
Email |

Sacred Heart Parish
Father Justin Lopina
950 Washington St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone | (920) 485-0694
Fax | (920) 485-0906
Email |
Website |

St. Stephen Evangelical Lutheran Church
Rev. Daniel Seehafer, Associate Pastor
Rev. Jonathan D. Szczesny, Assistant Pastor
505 N Palmatory St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone | (920) 485-6687
Fax | (920) 485-2545
Website |
Email |

Zion Ev Lutheran Church
Pastor Mark Hasty
317 E Walnut St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone | (920) 485-2851
Website |
Email |

Mayville Services, Organizations & Food Pantries

Memorial Services

Koepsell Funeral & Cremation Services
301 N Walnut Street
Mayville WI 53050

Myrhum Patten Miller & Kietzer Funeral and Cremation Service
15 S Walnut Street
Mayville WI 53050



Mayville Chamber of Commerce

Mayville Chamber of Commerce Logo

10 S Main Street
Mayville WI 53050

Main Street Mayville
Main Street Mayville
10 S Main Street
Mayville WI 53050

Mayville Rotary Club
Mayville Rotary Club

Mayville Lions Club
Mayville Lions Club
166 Barwig Avenue
Mayville WI 53050

American Legion Post 69
American Legion Post 69
134 S Main Street
Mayville WI 53050

Mayville Historical Society
1 N German Street
Mayville WI 53050

Marais Players
PO Box 261
Mayville WI 53050

Mayville Open Door
20 S Main Street
Mayville WI 53050



Food Pantries

Christian Life Fellowship
113 N Clark Street
Mayville WI 53050


United Methodist Church
301 Furnace Street
Mayville WI 53050



Mayville Public Library

111 N Main Street
Mayville, WI 53050

Horicon Services, Organizations & Food Pantries

Phoenix Baby Pantry
We are located at the Horicon Phoenix Program Main Office at 319 E Lake Street on the lower level in Horicon, WI, and are open every Monday from 4-6 pm or by appointment.
Donations of cash and goods are welcome and sincerely appreciated.
Contact info:
319 East Lake St, Lower Level
Horicon, WI 53032
(920) 485-0216
Send us a message on our Facebook page to make an appointment: Phoenix Baby Pantry

Sacred Heart in Horicon, WI
950 Washington Street
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone: (920) 485-0694
Fax: (920) 485-0906
The Food Pantry is open the first and third Wednesdays of the month, 9:00am – 1:00pm for indoor service. Please enter through the front office doors.

American Legion Auxiliary
Contact: Patricia Luckert
922 N Palmatory St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone: (920) 485-0534

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dodge County & Watertown
Contact: Betsy Bright
415 S. 8th Street
Watertown, WI 53094

Phone: (920) 261-2315

Bo’s Heavenly Clubhouse
Contact:Amanda Hartwig
121 S. Cedar Street
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone: (262) 388-4290

Friends of Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center
N7725 Hwy 28
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone: (920) 387-7890

Horicon Area Foundation
Contact: Laurie Lotz
P.O. Box 73
Horicon, Wisconsin, WI 53032
Phone: (920) 485-7328
Fax: (920) 485-2478
Horicon Athletic Booster Club
Contact: Bruce Brandenburg
PO Box 7
Horicon, WI, 53032
Phone: (920) 296-9522

Horicon Historical Society
Contact: Lahnie Moyle-Neu
PO Box 65
Horicon, WI 53032
Phone: (920) 485-0483

Horicon Marsh Snowmobile Club
Jessica Okon
W3981 State Hwy. 33
Horicon, WI, WI 53032

Horicon Phoenix Program
Contact: Dan Buchner
319 E. Lake Street, Lower Level
P.O. Box 42
Horicon, WI 53032
Phone: (920) 485-0216

Horicon Post 157, American Legion
Contact: Patrick Bulman
735 S. Hubbard Street/PO Box 22
Horicon WI 53032
Phone: (920) 485-2022
Cell: (920) 382-5060

Horicon Public Library
Contact: Alex Harvanick
404 E. Lake St.
Horicon, WI 53032

Phone: (920) 485-3535
Fax: (920) 485-3536

Marsh Haven Nature Center
Contact: Renee Wahlen
W10145 State Road 49
Waupun, WI 53963

Phone: (920) 324-5818

Horicon Lions Club
Contact: Tracy Warden
P.O. Box 3
Horicon, WI 53032
Phone: (920) 485-7303

HRM Dodge County
Contact: Jim Holwerda
1807 N. Center St.
Beaver Dam, WI, WI 53916

Phone: (920) 356-9528

YMCA of Dodge County
Contact: Dirk Langfoss
220 Corporate Drive
Beaver Dam, WI 53916

Phone: (920) 887-8811
Fax: (920) 887-9298


  • Population 4,921- 0.485% 1-Year Decline
  • Ron Johnson- US Senator- Republican Party
  • Tammy Baldwin- US Senator- Democratic Party
  • Median Age- 39.3
  • Poverty Rate- 8.21%
  • Median Household Income- $46,550- 3.55% 1-Year Growth
  • Median Property Value- $132,400- 1.19% 1-Year Decline
  • Number of Employees- 2,599- 0.231% 1-Year Growth
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Spotlighting our Community

Piggly Wiggly

Membership Sponsors

Piggly Wiggly

We are the customer company. Mountin’s Piggly Wiggly is a community-based supermarket committed to doing the little extras to meet the needs of our customers.

Olson Builders Inc

Olson Builders Inc

As most of you have heard we did purchase the property next to Trackside Solutions at 1060 West Lake St. We also had a ground breaking ceremony that many people from the community came out to be apart of it!

We plan to build a 70x150x18 shop space for all our equipment, bulk material and a place to complete maintenance on our equipment. We also plan to sell lumber and offer some more services like sandblasting as we have the space for it now.

The front left portion will be office space for Olson Builders and the right building will be a small pet and saltwater fish store.

We have been clearing trees and stumps in preparation for moving dirt and leveling the property to figure out placement of all driveways, parking lots and buildings.

We are very excited to finally have a place to call our own!


Platinum Sponsors


We are more than just a manufacturing and fabricating company. Award-winning and employee-owned, we pride ourselves in being a leader in the industry.

Metalcraft of Mayville

Platinum Sponsors

Metalcraft of Mayville

Our skilled metal fabricators and precision machinists take pride in Metalcraft’s outstanding reputation…a reputation built around the satisfied customer.