Visit Mazomanie

Come to Mazomanie if you love the outdoors. Mazo is proud of its parks, trails, and the rolling hills around us. On the north end is the Wisconsin River, a wonderful place to canoe or kayak. Black Earth Creek, a renowned Class A Trout Stream, winds right through the downtown. Now that you’re downtown, you can see the layers of history here. Once a regional railroad hub, Mazomanie has known its entrepreneurs to brew beer, start a circus, make textiles and many other products. Today some of that living history can be glimpsed and experienced in tucked away corners or one-of-a-kind attractions.

Sports and special events. Mazomanie is proud of its sports facilities; youth soccer and swimming are big here in the warmer months. There are plenty of other reasons to visit too: The Gandy Dancer Festival is something special that comes once a year to Mazomanie, bringing with it a fresh mix of local and regional Bluegrass and Americana music. Don’t miss the Badger State Tractor Pulls – only in Mazo. Visitors and residents in Mazomanie don’t hole up for the winter and wait until it’s over: in the winter months area trails offer plenty of room for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and hunters take to Mazo’s hundreds of acres of public and DNR lands in season.

 

Focus on Energy Offering Assistance in 5360 Zip Code

People affected by the floods and live in the 53560 Zip Code could be eligible for assistance with furnaces and hot water heaters.  Please use this link for more...
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Alternate Side Parking Has Begun

Mazomanie’s Alternate Side Parking Ordinance will take effect for this season on November 15.  The hours of the ordinance are from 2:30am to 6am.  If your vehicle...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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FEMA Funding for Individuals and Households Available

The President approved a disaster declaration for parts of Wisconsin, including Dane County.  This will open up the possibility of funding from FEMA for individuals and...
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Financial Help Available for Businesses Affected by the Flood

Please click on this link for the news release from MadREP about interest free loans for businesses. MadRep Press Release Please also check out this link from the SBA...
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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...
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Flood Funding Resources

This is a link that we have compiled for funding options for victims of the flooding.  Some require special qualifications.  If you are not sure if you qualify, please...
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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...
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