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The Village of Pardeeville, Wisconsin is a peaceful residential community located in north central Columbia County, 35 miles north of Madison.  Pardeeville is served by Wisconsin State Highway 22 along Main Street and Wisconsin State Highway 44 along Lake Street.  Wisconsin State Highway 22 heads north to Montello and south to Wyocena and Madison (via US Route 51).  Wisconsin State Highway 44 heads northeast to Kingston and eventually to Ripon and Oshkosh.

With Chandler Park, which is mostly surrounded by beautiful Park Lake, the Angie Williams Cox Library, the iconic water tower known to most as "Tin Man", as well as the Columbia County Historical Museum, Pardeeville is more than a convenient suburb of Madison.  You'll find a diverse mix of families, professionals, and senior residents all enjoying a safe, connected lifestyle where neighbors care about their community and look out for one another.

The Village encompasses 763 acres and had a 2015 Census population of 2,110.

What's in Pardeeville:

Angie Williams Cox Library

Myrtle Lintner Spears Museum
Pardeeville Area School District
Chandler Park / Park Lake
Pardeeville Curling Club
Amish Information and Map