City of Marion, Wisconsin 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Welcome to the City of Marion, Wisconsin

 The City of Marion is located in both Waupaca and Shawano Counties. It lies about 40 miles west of Green Bay, 45 miles southeast of Wausau, 45 miles northwest of Appleton and 40 miles northeast of Stevens Point.    

 Marion is big enough to grow in and small enough to care. A bustling, energetic community of 1,324 proudly looking to the future with deep roots anchored in a rich heritage.  If you would have to describe the City of Marion in one word, it would be friendly.  Friendly citizens, friendly businesses, an all-around friendly climate

The natural beauty of the area's wooded land, farmland, lakes and streams is no secret and enjoyed by many year-round.  The Marion Pond is famous for trophy sized game fish as well as providing good catches of panfish.  There are many top-notch trout streams and thousands of acres of public hunting within minutes of Marion.  Whitetail deer, turkey, grouse, geese, ducks, rabbits and squirrels are the most plentiful game available. 

The City of Marion has a strong industrial base which leads to its economic diversity.  Add to this a mix of retail and professional services, and you have a desirable community.

"This institution is an equal opportunity provider."   


No Mow May - The Simple Reason We Didn't Mow for 31 Days - Two Pines ...

No Mow May is an environmental campaign that encourages people to refrain from mowing their REAR lawns during the month of May.  The aim of the campaign is to help provide a habitat for pollinators such as bees, butterflies and other insects.  During the month of May, many wildflowers are in bloom, providing a vital source of pollen for pollinators.  By allowing these flowers to grow, people can help provide a much-needed refuge for these important pollinator species.

The City of Marion will temporarily suspend enforcement of the "Regulation of length of lawn and grasses" ordinance for REAR YARDS during the month of May.  


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Office Hours for Mayor Chris Goke:
 
Marion City Hall
2nd Mondays of each month
4:15 to 5:00 p.m.
 
Mayor Goke will host office hours each month where constituents can ask questions, share concerns, and hear his thoughts on various topics.  Appointments are not necessary.
 

Brush Pick-up – Trusted Lawn and Landscape

Effective March 1, 2024

Curbside Brush Pick-up by the city crew has been discontinued.  City of Marion residents may dispose branches, limbs, brush to the:

                                                        Marion Municipal Garage
615 Sherman Street

Marion's City-Wide

Cavalier Town Wide Rummage Sale, Rose Berry Picks, Cavalier, 1 June ...

May 31 & June 1


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Marion Body Works

Community Blood Drive

211 West Ramsdell Street, Marion

Wednesday, June 5, 2024

1 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.

To schedule your life-saving appointment, call (800)280-4102 or visit communityblood.org/donor, log-in and search for sponsor code N651.


 

 PSN customer fees for UTILITY and/or MISCELLANEOUS PAYMENTS are suspended. 

 

 

 

Click the button below to pay online. Make sure to have your bill handy, if applicable, to provide your customer account number. You can pay immediately, schedule a payment or set up Auto-Pay. You can also view your utility amount due, print receipts, view payment history and status of payments by going online.

 Utility Payment

https://www.PaymentServiceNetwork.com/login.asp?acc=RT20826 

  Misc. Payment

https://www.PaymentServiceNetwork.com/login.asp?acc=RT20828

NEED HELP?

If you need assistance with paying online, call PSN at 866-917-7368.

To make an electronic payment over the phone, call PSN at 877-885-7968.

 

 

 Marion Area Veterans Memorial

 Veterans Park, Marion
 
The Marion Area Veterans Memorial will be a lasting tribute to those who have served in the United States Armed Forces. The memorial is intended for ANY veteran who has served (living or deceased) or who is currently serving. Local residency is not required or applicable. Status of discharge is not required.
 
This project is a joint effort of the American Legion Post 198, the City of Marion and area residents.
 
The memorial includes a monument recognizing each branch of the armed forces and flag poles to display the colors of our nation. The location will also create a meditative setting for visitors to reflect and display their pride for our area veterans.
 
The site is located at Veterans Park, Mavis Road, across from Premier Community Bank.
 
Interested in purchasing a brick? Contact Bill Mengert at 715-754-2064 or billandjoanmengert@charter.net, Lee Much at 715-754-2235, or Ronn Whitford at 715-754-2770.
Vintage American Flag

Marketing Opportunity for Business Owners- Waupaca County Tourism

Check out a video that was made in Marion:


 
Marion Body Works
 

Would you like your business information available on www.visitwaupacacounty.com or a video made about your business??

 Contact us for more information 

Bill Zeinert at 920-639-5001 or bill@billzeinert.com

Jeff Mikorski at 920-982-1582 or wcedc@charter.net


Mary Rogers at 715-754-2124 or mrogers@cityofmarionwi.gov

Mary Beilfuss at bel5@frontier.com