City of Marion, Wisconsin 


Economic Development


It is obvious to every business owner that competition is more intense today than ever before.  Strategic alliances and business partnerships are crucial for survival in most industries.  With this in mind the City adheres to the belief that a partnership between business and government benefits all stakeholders. 


The City actively seeks new industry and stands willing to offer assistance to all existing and new businesses. The City is willing to work with business in order to provide assistance which promotes growth and expansion for the business and community.




The City has 182 acres of land fully ready to accommodate business, commercial or manufacturing ventures.


It is located on US Highway 45 and State Highway 110.  This land provides direct and convenient access to prime markets, labor pools and suppliers.  The average traffic flow exposure on these given highways is per day approximately 5,000 vehicles.






On the left you will find our community’s industries that are online.  Please take a moment and visit their sites.   




U.S. Highway 45, State Highways 110, and
County Highway S serve the City of Marion


Air Service
Clintonville Municipal Airport serves all-weather corporate jets and is located 10 miles east of Marion.  The nearest scheduled airport is the Outagamie County Regional Airport located 40 miles Southeast of Marion, in Appleton.   Austin Straubel International Airport is located 50 miles east of the city, in Green Bay.


Water Transportation Facilities
The Port of Green Bay, a gateway port providing full shipping services and easy access to the
Great Lakes, is located 50 miles east of Marion.  It handles general, liquid and dry bulk cargo, as well as heavy industrial machinery and equipment.



Kohel Interstate Transport Corporation is located within the city at 1425 E. Ramsdell Street (County Highway S).

There are 32 other trucking and warehousing establishments in Waupaca County.

 Government Services


The City of Marion has a Mayor/Council form of government.

Police Department: 3 Full Time Officers

Fire Underwriters' Rating: 6

Fire Department: 25 Volunteer Firefighters

The City provides standard city services.



The City of Marion has a total of 6 parks totaling over 48 acres.  A wide range of recreational activities are available, including a, 18-hole public golf course, excellent fishing on the Marion Pond, a walking park and athletic park.  In addition, we are surrounded by Shawano and Waupaca Counties, bountiful outdoor slender and recreational opportunities.




The City of Marion has a dental clinic, and chiropractic clinic.  It is served by two (2) hospitals within 20 miles located in Shawano and New London.  Major health care facilities within 45 miles are located in Appleton, Neenah, Green Bay, Wausau and Stevens Point.


Educational Facilities



School District of Marion


St. Martin Lutheran School, Clintonville

Fox Valley Technical College: Clintonville and Appleton Campuses

University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, Oshkosh, Menasha, Stevens Point

Lawrence University: Appleton

St. Norbert College: DePere




Electric and Natural Gas Utilities

 Alliant Energy
(800) 862-6222

With an operations center located in Marion.


City Operated

Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant

 For rate information contact the City Clerk-Treasurer  (715) 754-2124



2 Wells
Pumping Capacity

1.5 Million Gallons Per Day
Average Daily Consumption

210 Thousand Gallons Per Day

Average Annual Hydraulic Loading:

280,000 Gallons Per Day

Average Hydraulic Design Capacity:

400,000 Gallons Per Day


Solid Waste


City of Marion contracts with Harter's Fox Valley Disposal for refuse collection.  However, you may make arrangements with another vendor. For addtional information contact the City Clerk/Treasurer at (715) 754-2124


Telephone & Internet Service

Frontier Communications
26 W.
12th St.
Clintonville, WI  54929
(715) 823-7700


Charter Communications

79 S. Main St.

Clintonville, WI 54929

(888) 438-2427


Exede Satellite Internet


Hughes Net 



Direct TV




Financial Services


Premier Community Bank


 230 Mavis Road

Marion, WI 54950

(715) 754-2535





Marion Advertiser

Appleton Post Crescent
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Shopper's Guide


Broadcasting Stations:
WIWB 14 (WB)


Charter Communications offers both digital cable television and high-speed internet.