On behalf of the citizens of the Town of Hull, I'd like to welcome you to our web site.
Town of Hull is located in central Wisconsin approximately 107 miles
north of Madison, 34 miles south of Wausau, 89 miles west of Green Bay
and 116 mile east of Eau Claire. Hull is the largest town and the third
largest municipality in Portage County. It is governed by a five (5)
member board of supervisors elected in staggered terms every two (2)
The Town is made up almost exclusively of
single-family residential areas with some agricultural land. The
preservation of our neighborhoods has been the major unifying theme
running through recent Town government operations. Neighborhood
preservation has been driven by strong citizen interest and
participation in civic life particularly as more citizens live in
subdivisions and cluster developments.
As the Town of Hull
embraces the 21st century we will continue to promote the civic value
of transparency, fiscal responsibility, competency, fairness/justice,
integrity, and neighborliness/responsiveness which the Town has become
John Holdridge -
Town of Hull
Effective May 13, 2013 the 7½ weight restriction will remain on Granite Ridge Road North from Shady Oak Lane, south to Casimir Road West. The remainder of the roads in the Town of Hull will return to Class B roads. When traveling on Town of Hull roads, if you have any axle weighing over 12,000#, a permit is required from the Town of Hull.
Thank you for your continued cooperation. If you have questions, please feel free to call the Town of Hull office.
A “DROP BOX” has been installed at the Town of Hull Municipal
Building. It is located outside the entrance door. Please feel free to
drop off any information or requests you have for the Town of Hull at
any time. The Drop Box will be emptied the morning of each work day.
2013 Annual Meeting Notice - April 16, 2013
News Release - September 14, 2012 - Town of Hull Opposes Gas Stations on Highway 10 East
2011 Proposed Building Renovation & Expansion (on hold)
preservation of neighborhoods has been the major unifying theme running
through recent Town government operations. Neighborhood preservation
has been driven by strong citizen interest and participation in civic
life particularly as more citizens live in subdivisions and cluster
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