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...

  • The primary industries in and around Pittsville include crop production, dairying, cranberry production and processing, forestry, trucking, modular home building, as well as the paper industry.
  • Variety of services available
  • Friendly, small-town atmosphere
  • Newly established residential areas
  • Low cost of living
  • Quality school system
  • Located near world-class medical facilities
  • Abundant recreational oppurtunities
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Safe and welcoming
  • Family values
  • Active and involved
  • Rich heritage 

 

Congratulations Baum's Mercantile on the updated store front!!

Looks great!