Wood County

Wood County is a county located in central Wisconsin. As of the 2020 census, the population was 74,207. The county seat is Wisconsin Rapids. Wood County was created in 1856 and is named after Joseph Wood, who was a Wisconsin State Assemblyman. The county is known for its many lakes, rivers and outdoor recreational opportunities, including the Wood County Parks, the Wisconsin River and the Ice Age Trail. The county is home to the city of Wisconsin Rapids, which is the county’s largest city and the regional center for commerce, industry, healthcare, and education. The county also has several small towns and communities, including Marshfield, Nekoosa, and Port Edwards. The county has a diverse economy, with healthcare, manufacturing and service industries being the main drivers. The county is also known for its paper mills, which have been a staple industry in the area for many years.

Wood County Comprehensive Plan and Housing Study 2024April 23, 2024
Wisconsin Rapids Safe Routes To School – 2024April 3, 2024
Wood County Broadband PlanMarch 8, 2024
Town of Saratoga Comprehensive Plan 2023March 6, 2024
Wood County Economic Profile 2024January 22, 2024
Wood County Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan 2023October 18, 2023
Town of Saratoga Outdoor Recreation Plan 2023-2027March 15, 2023
Town of Seneca Comprehensive Plan 2022May 1, 2022
Town of Sigel Comprehensive Plan 2022February 2, 2022
Wood County Economic Profile 2022January 1, 2022
City of Pittsville Outdoor Recreation Plan 2022-2026November 1, 2021
Nekoosa Safe Routes to School PlanJuly 1, 2020
Wood County Locally Developed, Coordinated Public Transit-Human Service Transportation Plan 2019-2023August 31, 2018
Wood County Locally Developed, Coordinated Public Transit-Human Service Transportation Plan 2014-2018August 27, 2013
City of Nekoosa Comprehensive Plan 2012December 11, 2012
City of Wisconsin Rapids Outdoor Recreation Plan 2012-2016January 1, 2012
Marshfield Sewer Service Area Plan Update – 2030January 1, 2011
Grand Rapids/Saratoga Community Wildfire Protection Plan 2010July 13, 2010
Wisconsin Rapids Safe Routes to School Plan – 2010June 1, 2010
City of Wisconsin Rapids Comprehensive Plan 2010January 1, 2010