Welcome to the City of Pittsville
Since its early beginning around 1887, the Pittsville area grew out of the wilderness as it was settled by lumbermen and later farmers. In 1952, Governor Kohler declared Pittsville to be the "Geographical Center of Wisconsin." Still largely a rural community located near and along the Yellow River, the Pittsville area offers all the benefits for a small, quiet community, but is within driving distance to many neighboring communities.
The Pittsville area at a glance...
LOTS FOR SALE in the City of Pittsville
Buildable lots are available in three newer residential subdivisions. All within walking distance of businesses, churches, schools, social and recreation areas.
Strawberry Lane Subdivision-Contact Pete or Harvey Petersen (715) 884-2323. Provides 23 buildable lots located on the North end of the city with newly black topped streets, water/sewer, electric/gas, phone installation, curb and gutter all included at a very reasonable lot price.
Hoogesteger Subdivision on 6th Avenue, east edge of the city .
Contact James Hoogesteger - (715) 423-1213.
Dunbak Heights, south east edge of the city-Contact Duane Baker (715) 884-6897.
All of these lots offer you the following:
If you are looking to build/relocate or if you want to live in a quiet community atmosphere within driving distance of two larger cities, medical facilities and now 12 minutes from the new Highway 10---PITTSVILLE HAS SOMETHING TO OFFER YOU!!
Please contact the office of the City Clerk/Treasurer for more information on these areas, or others in the City you may be interested in, at (715) 884-2422.