Chilton, Wisconsin

Community and Economic Development
The City of Chilton is a growing community that is making significant strides in expanding its business and industrial districts in order to attract forward-thinking industries and quality retail and commercial business. For more information on starting a business in Chilton, click here.

Since 2000, Chilton has proactively pursued an agenda to improve its business and industrial districts. This includes:

The Chilton Business Park: In 2001, Chilton expanded its industrial park by 44 acres. Located in a TIF district, this expansion included preparing the site for development. Sewer, water, electirc, natural gas, fiber optic lines and access roads are in place, along with rail access for part of the property. In 2008, the city added an additional 20 acres..

Chilton's South Side: Located on Highway 32/57, the city's southern retail section has expanded greatly in the past few years. Those that have located in the section recently include Best Western Stanton Inn, Fox Valley Technical College Regional Center, Suttner Accounting and Community Bank and Trust, along with an addition onto the city's Southside Shopping Center.

Additionally, the City of Chilton two lots: one is 8 acres of land south of the former Wal-Mart, the other is 1.2 acres near the corner of Chestnut Street and M-B Lane, that is available for development. For more information, contact Director of Public Works Todd Schwarz.

Chilton's Central Business District: In 2005, the City of Chilton created two Tax Incremental Finance Districts--one for the Uptown, one for the Downtown--to redevelop the the city's central business districts.

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