Nestled among the wooded hills and farmland of Manitowoc County, the village of Saint Nazianz was founded before Wisconsin became a state. Its first settlers were German immigrants intent on starting a religious commune. Although it has remained small, Saint Nazianz has evolved into a modern community offerring amenities that make it a great place to live, work, and play.

Statistics

  • Population: 729
  • Founded: 1854
  • Incorporated: 1956
  • County: Manitowoc
  • Location: Approximately 6 miles West of I43 (exit 144) on Cnty Highway C

 

“Meat Fest” 2018
Saturday, September 8th

This community event will include a parade at 5:30 pm. Contact Meat at 323-2074 for more information.

 

Update on Park Restrooms

Construction is moving along nicely thanks to many volunteers. Check it out. Click here to see the Park Restroom Facility Plans.

 

Dog & Cat Licenses 

Payment for 2018 licenses is due by April 1. Fees are $5.00 for each spayed/neutered animal or $10.00 per male/female. Proof of rabies vaccination must be provided.

 

Housing Rehabilitation Assistance

Thinking about doing a home improvement project? Or maybe you’d like to buy a home. You may want to check out a brochure we posted describing financial assistance available through the state. The program applies only to homes within the village, and there are income requirements. Details and contact information are provided in the brochure. Find it under the “Government” tab, or just click here.

Upcoming Events

  • “Meat Fest”
    Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018
    Meat's Opera Haus