Crocker St. Closing

On Monday, July 8th, the WI and Southern Railroad will begin reconstructing the railroad crossing on Crocker St.  The Crocker St. railroad crossing will be closed for...

Aquatic Planting at Lake Marion

Aquatic planting is being done at Lake Marion.  Dogs & People - please refrain from walking along the shoreline.

Garbage Pickup During Construction

Residents along streets disrupted during the road construction should put their garbage out in the normal place during construction.  If necessary, the contractor will...

Water/Gas Main Replacement Project Started

A water/gas main replacement project has been started on 5/13/2019 on Crocker St. and Exchange St. headed south toward Hwy. 14.  It will take a few weeks to complete. ...

2019 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

2019 MAZO CALENDAR 6X9 (002)

An Alternative to Burial is Now Available in the Mazomanie Cemetery

The recently installed 64 niche columbarium is nestled in a quiet area of the cemetery and provides a contemplative setting with seating.  Landscaping will be completed...

Free Legal Assistance Available for Those Affected by the Flood

Free legal assistance is available for those impacted by Wisconsin flooding.  Use this link for more information. Disaster Legal Hotline News Release...

Home Repair Help for Flood Victims Available from Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity in Dane County has home repair assistance available for those affected by the flooding.  Please go to https://habitatdane.org and click on "Apply...

Register your cell phone for Reverse 911 alerts

If you don't have a land line in your home, your cell phone must be registered with Dane County Emergency Management to receive Reverse 911 alerts.  Go to...

Energy Saving Devices available at LITTLE to NO cost to residents

Through our partnership with Focus on Energy, there are energy saving devices available to Village of Mazomanie residents at LITTLE to NO cost.  Go to...

Photo Credits

Photography for this site: Bob Dodsworth.

Come to the Village of Mazomanie for the growing network of trails, the rolling hills and wide open spaces, the fishing or the paddling, or simply the freedom to be outside it all. Then stay to take in some of the quirkier finds in Mazo’s historic downtown.

Mazomanie’s unfettered lifestyle is wholly entwined with being outside. Whether you are living near trails or the water, biking to work or to school, learning new outdoor skills or playing a sport, there’s always another reason to get outside.

Close, yet well outside the Madison Metro area, Mazomanie offers the region a business park with a number of major employers, as well as a historic downtown with affordable shop space for self-starters who like to work outside the box.