CITY NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Road Contruction

School Street will be closed to local traffic only beginning April 13th – May 22nd for road and utility construction. South Grand Avenue may have times of disruption to traffic so plan ahead daily travel.


Spring Clean up

Items need to be brought to the clean up site at the shelter parking lot by City Hall, 200 Park Street. For the elderly, the city workers will pick up items at your residence, if you have item/s placed curbside. You MUST call by Tuesday the week of the clean up to make arrangements for payment and pickup at715- 359-5230 for this service. Clean up Form
Cleanup Dates
  • Friday, May 15th – 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 16th – 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

City-Wide Rummage Sale

The City of Schofield will again be coordinating a City-Wide Rummage Sale on Friday, May 8th and Saturday, May 9th. There is no cost to participate as each party having the sale will be responsible for their own advertisement if they so choose. However, the City will provide a map locating rummage sale sites. To be included on the map please submit the application located on the city's website at cityofschofied.org or you may pick one up at the Schofield City Hall at 200 Park Street between 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday. Applications must be turned in by April 24th.

Ward Vacancies

Schofield Seeks to Fill Ward 2 & 4 Vacancies.

City of Schofield is Now a Drop-Off Location for Peyton's Promise

March’s Items of the Month:

100% Fruit Juice

Peyton’s Promise was founded in 2007 by an eight year old girl, Peyton Medick, who discovered there were kids in her hometown of Weston, WI that went to bed hungry every night. Peyton’s Promise has grown into a huge organization with hundreds of volunteers and over 50 trained advocates working in their schools, and throughout the United States, to organize food drives and raise awareness about the problem of hunger.

Peyton’s Promise has 3 objectives:
  • To raise awareness about the problem of hunger.
  • To keep food pantries shelves full.
  • To fight childhood obesity.

Our organization has many different programs in place to collect food and we encourage the donation of healthier options. We encourage donations of our “Item of the Month” in our drop box locations, located throughout our community.

Every item has the potential to make a difference in our community. Donations stay within Marathon County.

“Thank you for Making the World a Better Place, one can at a time.”