Upcoming Events

See Calendar of Events for current happenings. For local business directory go to village news page

Local Schools

• Plum City High School
(715) 647-2591

• Plum City Elementary School
(715) 647-2911

• Ave Maria Academy
(715) 647-4630

Plum City Youth Sports Website

Local Churches

• St. Johns Catholic Church
Father Joseph Okine-Quartey
(715) 647-2301

• Evangelical Free Church
Pastor Philip Bloomdahl
(715) 647-4301

• Immanuel Lutheran Church
Pastor Daniel Pfaffe
(715) 647-2555

• United Methodist Church
Pastor Shannon Mattison
(715) 647-2101

• St. Sophia Church
Pastor Wally Zich
(715) 442-2519

Local Weather

Pay your Plum City utilities online

Pay your Plum City Taxes online

Grange Hall Auto Body & Glass

Plum City History





Plum City became known as “A small village in a peaceful valley” a long time ago. The name Plum City was derived from the vast array of plum trees that lined Plum Creek and surrounding valleys. Settled in 1857 by French and American Indian fur traders, Plum City was laid out and platted in the
same year by Frank Moser and Stephen K. Gates. The village of Plum City was incorporated in 1909 and has grown to become a vibrant, thriving community. It is the commitment of its residents that makes Plum City so inviting.

The central focus of the town has been its trout pond. Early pioneers were unanimous in their opinions that the pond was excavated, built, maintained and stocked with brook trout by the hands of the early French traders and voyagers. The next time you are feeding the fish, look deep into the pond
and envision the pioneers hard at work.

Plum City has a school system that is second to none. The dedication of teachers, administrators, and school board members keeps it at the top, providing education for children K-12. Plum city also delivers athletic programs for both boys and girls. Known as the Plum City Blue Devils, they have gained recognition around the state.

Plum City also offers the Ave. Maria Academy for more of a religious based background for education.The Academy opened its doors in the fall of 2007. The school is under the direction of Tammy Ormson and offers classes starting at the preschool level and continuing through grade 8. You can contact Dan and Mary Wieser for information.

Plum City is a community to explore. From day trips to a lifetime of fulfillment, Plum City and its surrounding landscapes offer a beautiful, serene environment for wholesome living. We invite you to visit!



We have one of the finest elderly retreats in the state right here in Plum City. Some of our most knowledgeable and seasoned residents can be found here. The care center has a full week of events for its residents. Go to the “Calendar Of Events” page for Care Center events information or just  stop in and say hello.  *Everyone Welcome*.


New Concession Stand/ Bathroom facility.

For the past two years, the Plum City Youth Sports Fundraising committee has been hard at work raising money for a new concession stand/bathroom facility to be located at the MS/HS field.  The new facility will host concessions, sanitary and handicapped accessible restrooms and include storage for much of the necessary sporting equipment used by the various sports teams in the Plum City School District.

Proceeds for the new facility have been strictly donation driven through community support and multiple fundraising events such as dodgeball tournaments, a kickball tournament, golf outings, 5k walk/run and a Pizza Man sale to name a few.  The committee has also  received monetary, materials and labor donations outside of the fundraising events from local businesses and families.
With the $50k goal nearly reached, plans are underway and construction is set to begin this summer.  The goal is that the new facility will be up and running for the 2017 Tri-County Youth Sports football tournament that Plum City will be hosting in early October. The latest fundraising events include a Buy A Brick campaign. Each brick purchased can be personalized and will be displayed in the landscaping surrounding the facility.  Brick brochures can be picked up at JM Watkins in Plum City.  In addition, the committee will be holding its 3rd Annual Blue/Gold 5k Walk/Run which will take place on Saturday, July 22 during Plum City’s Summer Festival weekend.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for all their efforts in conjunction with these fundraising activities.
Without the community support we have been fortunate enough to receive, we would not have achieved our goal! THANK YOU!

The people in the photo (from left to right) are:  Tonja Binkowski, Lisa DeLong, Julie Lifto, Katie George, Dennis Haglund, Jr, Erin Clare

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