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Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494


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Welcome to Biron Wisconsin

Located in southeastern Wood County along the banks of the Wisconsin River, Biron offers a blend of natural beauty, quiet residential neighborhoods, and abundant wildlife and recreation. Home to one of North America's finest coated paper manufacturing facilities, as well as hundreds of acres of thriving cranberry marshes, Biron's diverse landscape provides the perfect place to live, work, and play in the Heart of Wisconsin area.

Business hours are 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Friday.  Contact us at 715-423-6580.

The Village of Biron Board of Trustees holds monthly meetings on the second Monday. Please check the Board Agendas & Minutes page for information.

Looking for a great place to have your birthday or anniversary party, wedding reception, or any other gathering?  The Municipal Center hall is available year 'round.  A rental application is located on the Services tab above.  Please call 715-423-6580 for availability and rental rates.

The shelter house in the Village park on South Biron Drive is available to rent through the end of October; weather permitting. A rental application is located on the Services tab above.  Call 715-423-6580 to check availability.

There is always a crew member on call in case of a road, water or sewer emergency.  Call 715-424-4962.  Please call 911 for a medical emergency.                                                                                                                                       


Upcoming Meetings & Notices

05/21/2024 - Public Property, Safety & Recreation
05/30/2024 - CTH U Public Meeting
04/19/2024 - Hydrant Training April 22 to May 20
05/06/2024 - Finance Committee Meeting
05/06/2024 - Water Utility Committee Meeting
05/06/2024 - Special Meeting Notice
05/07/2024 - Legislative, Ordinance & Zoning Committee Meeting
05/08/2024 - Open Book and Board of Review Meetings and Dates
05/13/2024 - Village of Biron Board Meeting



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Biron Information Booklet

Board Agendas & Minutes

Postings & Notices

Permits & Forms


Frequently Asked Questions





Brush Pick-Up 

Brush pile pick up will be done during the last week of each month April through October only.  Brush Pick-Up Policy

Bulk/Large Item Pick-Up

Bulk/large item pick-up will be done the last week of April and October. To have bulk items collected at the curbside, you must pay and arrange for pick-up of the item in advance. Bulk Item Pick-Up Form

View the current CCR Water Quality Report

ATV/UTV Ordinance in Effect

As of December 15, 2023 Ordinance 7.11 is in effect. All Village streets, except 80th, are open to ATV/UTV traffic.  ATV/UTV, golf carts, scooters, or any motorized vehicle are not allowed on any bike, pedestrian, or recreational trail at any time.

Water Meter Exchanges and Cross Connection Survey

Letters will be sent to residents in regard to performing water meter exchanges and cross connection surveys. The meter exchanges will be taking place over the course of two years. Not everyone will receive notices this year. If you do receive a notification, please contact the village hall at (715)423-6580 to make an appointment. This is a requirement from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Per the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, water suppliers for each municipal water system shall cause a survey to be conducted for every residential service a minimum of once every ten years or on a schedule matching meter replacement and to exchange your meter.

Building Permits Required
Building permits are required for nearly all building and remodeling projects including furnace and air conditioner installations. Permits are always required for a roof, driveways, fences, and sheds. The contractor should apply for the permit at the municipal clerk's office. By doing so, protection is offered for both parties. If the homeowner pulls the building permit for the contractor, they may be personally liable should there be an injury. As the homeowner, you may be unaware that the contractor may not be paying unemployment insurance, worker's compensation insurance, or carrying liability insurance, thus putting unknown liability on you. Work done prior to obtaining a permit, including early start permits, will result in the permit fee being doubled. Visit the Permits and Forms page for complete information.



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