The Village of Pulaski is a friendly fast growing rural community just minutes from Green Bay. Prestigiously located just 13 miles to the northwest with access
to multiple highway systems. We are governed by a six member board of trustee’s and one president. Our business and residential areas are sparked with new growth.
The Village of Pulaski has a population of over 3,500 citizens, in Brown, Oconto and Shawano Counties. Pulaski has an excellent school system, public library,
fire department, ambulance service and police department. It has great roads, clean water supply, a modern sewage system, with a new municipal/police building.
Just a friendly reminder:
- The Village of Pulaski's Department of Public Works does not pick up large items (couches, chairs, tables, etc.) As a resident, you are responsible to contact
Harter's Fox Valley Disposal, 1-888-804-8556, to make arrangements for these items.
- Department of Public Works will pickup electronics and metal disposal on Friday mornings. Please call the Village Hall at 920-822-5182 for pickup arrangements and
The Village of Pulaski Water Department has published its 2017 Consumer Confidence Report in the
May 24th edition of the Pulaski News. This report is not being mailed out, but additional copies can be obtained from the Village Municipal Building at 585 East Glenbrook Drive, Pulaski,
WI, during normal office hours. For more information, please call 920-822-5182.
Thank You, Tom Rodgers, Pulaski Water Dept.