Notices
Green Cty. Clean Sweep Program
May 01, 2014
Green County Clean Sweep Program - Starts May 1st, 2014 through October 31st, 2014. Dispose of ha...[Click for more]

Recycling Drive Flyer pdf
Apr 26, 2014
Saturday April 26th, 2014 - Free Electronics Recycling Drive.  One Day Only from 8:00 A...[Click for more]

 

WELCOME TO TOWN OF BROOKLYN!

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Controlling Noxious Weeds is important!  Please go to the "Notices" link at the left and look for the Noxious Weed Bulletin as well as the Invasive Plants in WI pdf that has great pictures of what to look for.  You can also visit:  www.dnr.wi.gov/invasives/classifcation for more information.
 
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The Town of Brooklyn is located in the northeast corner of Green County. It is primarily rural, with the Village of Brooklyn situated at the northeast corner of the town, and the small settlement of Attica at its southwest corner. Brooklyn's location affords residents easy access to Madison, Janesville, and Monroe (within 25-35 miles).
 
A majority of the town is in the Sugar River Watershed with the river flowing through the southwest corner. Other smaller feeder streams flow into it.
 
Landmarks include the Peace Church toward the southern end of town, the Brooklyn Town Hall on the western edge of the Village of Brooklyn, Attica Cemetery on County Hwy C, the Attica Community Center on County Hwy X and the Jug Prairie Cemetery on Yarwood Road. Liberty Pole Hill Park is located on Amidon Rd. @ State Highway 92.
 

Brooklyn's children attend five different school districts: Albany, Belleville, Evansville, Monticello and Oregon. The 2011population estimate for the Town of Brooklyn in Green County is 1090 residents, of which approximately 825 are of voting age.

 


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