Township of Farmington - Where Rural Life and Tourism Unite
      Welcome to the Township of Farmington web site!  We personally want to invite you to explore our web site and learn about our unique Township.  Town of Farmington is located in Waupaca County which was established February 17, 1851 by an act of legislature.  In 1853 the County Board organized the Township of Farmington which now has a population of 3985, Equalized Value of 435,323,300 with 77.38 miles of town roads.
     Farmington has so much to offer from its Rural farming heritage to the beautiful Chain of Lakes. The Chain O Lakes has 22 connected bodies of water.  They are called the "Killarney's of America"  Many family memories are created each summer, as thousands of tourists, friends, and families enjoy the crystal waters of the Chain of Lakes.  If thats not enough, Farmington is also the home of Hartman Creek State Park.  This State  park has camping sites, walking, horseback, and for everyone to enjoy.  Finally, Farmington also offers some of the best whitetail deer hunting in the United States.  So we the board of Farmington and area businesses encourgage you, friends and family to come visit us, and explore our natural resources and unique township Where Rural Life and Tourism Unite. 
 
Chairman: Dale Trinud  
Supervisor I: Eugene Engebretson   
Supervisor II: Caroline Murphy












Planning Commission Meeting W/Town Board
Tuesday August 19, 2014
@6:00pm


Followed at 7:00pm by
Regular Monthly Board Meeting




































REMINDER
All sidewalks in King area
must be kept clear of snow & ice
or town will & bill you.
 
 
 
 
 

An Ordinance Amending the Regulations on the Parking
of on Streets
 in the Town of Farmington
 
 
 
 
An Ordinance amending
Year 2030 Comprehensive Land Use
 
 
Farmington Landscape
 
 
 
 
 
 
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