There are NEW Employment Opportunities with the
City of Lodi and with Lodi Utilities
Strangeway Avenue will be milled and paved
from the well house to Tena Marie Circle.
This should take about one week starting June 10th.
OPEN BOOK WITH ACCURATE APPRAISAL
JUNE 10, 2013 3:00 P.M. T0 8:00 P.M.
Lodi, meaning peaceful valley, was incorporated November 6, 1941 and is located in the heart of scenic south central Wisconsin, Columbia County. The City of Lodi is situated in a beautiful valley among gently rolling hills near the Wisconsin River. Spring Creek, a Class 2 trout stream, meanders through the City including the Main Street Area. Lodi is approximately 25 miles from the State Capital and is currently home to 3,053 residents. Residents of the City of Lodi enjoy several beautiful City Parks and a free public pool in Goeres park. The City also offers a nine-hole public golf course. The state of the art middle and high schools make the City an excellent place for families with children to live. The City also has a local library and is serviced by one of the best volunteer fire departments and emergency medical services in the State. Local merchants and an area farmer's market welcome visitors to the City.
A Mayor and a six member Common Council govern the City of Lodi. The City provides a wide range of municipal services, including public safety (police, fire, and emergency medical service), public utilities (electric, water, and sewer), public works, parks, library, and general government services.
City of Lodi City Hall
130 South Main Street
Lodi WI 53555