Columbus is built along the Crawfish River and nestled among gently rolling hills, woodlands and prime agriculture land. Columbus is located in the southeast corner of Columbia County and presents an almost perfect portrait of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
More than 200 historically significant homes and buildings in Columbus are on the National Historic Registry. You will find that Columbus strives to preserve and promote its proud heritage. Columbus as it is now offers an impressive array of community assets; an Amtrak station that serves 17,000 passengers annually, a low-depth aquatic center for families to enjoy, two golf courses, the largest antique mall in Wisconsin which attracts 120,000 people annually and other quality antique and specialty shops.
Our diverse local economy features a number of manufacturers, service industries as well as traditional and specialty retail and hospitality businesses. Columbus has two Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) Districts to help stimulate growth and we have a selection of available commercial properties and vacant land ready for business startups, expansions or relocations.
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