Job Postings: Senior Center Director & Aquatic Manager

The City of Columbus is seeking a thorough, detail-oriented individual with a background in human development and program management as its next Senior Center Director.
The City of Columbus is seeking a motivated individual to work as the Aquatic Manager for the Columbus Area Aquatic Center (CAAC).

Click here for details on both positions.

Photo ID for Voting

For information on the Photo ID requirements for voting, click here.

Warming House Hours Announced

The warming house at the skating rink opened on January 15, 2016 and it is planned to keep the house open until March (weather permitting). Click here for full details.

BroomBall Tournament Scheduled

The Columbus Recreation Department is having a BroomBall Tournament on February 27th; registraion deadline is February 17th. Click here for complete details.

Walkers: Welcome to the Pavilion

The City of Columbus is pleased to announce the Pavilion located on Park Avenue in Fireman’s Park, will be available for walking, Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. starting November 2, 2015 through March 31, 2016. Please use walking shoes and not street shoes. Questions, please call the Public Works Department at 920-623-5908.

We would like to note that we are anticipating the construction of the elevator project in the Pavilion to be started during this timeframe and will be sure to post if there will be any days that the Pavilion may need to be closed during the construction.

Programs at the Columbus Library

Interested in what's going on at the Columbus Library? Well, take a look at their February Newsletter and find out.

Want to know what's happening?

Try the Community Calendar.
Welcome to Columbus Wisconsin. We are a small, safe community located in South Central Wisconsin. Columbus has a beautiful historic downtown district, two golf courses, a wonderful aquatic center, top ranked schools and an outstanding hospital. Please feel free to give us a call if you would like more information on our community.
Bulk Item Drop Off Collection Program Announced

The City of Columbus Department of Public Works is offering a larger item/bulk item drop off and curbside collection in the City of Columbus, open to City residents only. Click here for full details on the new program.

Historical Information Available
The Columbus Historic Landmarks and Preservation Commission has authorized and produced a booklet of information about the City of Columbus featuring paintings by Susan Stare and other historic artifacts.
Researched and edited by Alice L. Schmidt and Suzanne T. Walcott, the booklet may be viewed here

James Street Reconstruction Project, 2017
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) is in the design phase of the 2017 reconstruction of Hwy 16/60 (James Street) through Columbus. The weblink below will provide continual updates as to the status of this important project.
Please click here for that information, and return often for updates:

From the Police Dept:
What to do (or not to do) if you are involved in a vehicle crash with downed power lines...
Please watch and share this important safety video - it could save a life!
We have had reported to us recently that some cars have been entered in an apparent attempt to steal some of the contents. In all cases, the vehicles have been left unlocked, parked in residential areas and this has been occurring during the overnight hours. Remember that you should be locking your vehicles and should not be leaving valuable items in them.
If you see another vehicle stopped in front of you at an intersection and it doesn’t appear to be turning, be cautious! They may be waiting for a pedestrian to cross the roadway.
The speed limit on a section of Park Avenue has been changed to keep the speeds consistent for both lanes. Specifically, the speed limit for northbound traffic at Faith Drive, along the Park Avenue corridor, was changed from 35 mph to 25 mph. Please take note and be aware!
In an effort to keep a busy intersection safe for motorists and pedestrians, the City has placed several orange flags on each side of the Park Avenue & Farnham Street intersection (at Park Avenue at the southernmost crossing). These flags are to be used by walkers wanting to cross the road to be more visible to traffic in that area. Park Avenue and Farnham Street is one of the busier areas of town, particularly during school morning and afternoon “rush” hours. On each side of the road is a receptacle to place the flag when you have used it.

Be aware of your surroundings and stay safe!

From the City Administrator: take a look at the latest "Under The Clock Tower" column.

From the Water & Light Department: Press Release on Water Lateral Insurance Solicitation.

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