City of Niagara

The City of Scenic Beauty

 

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Welcome to:

 The City of Niagara

"The City of Scenic Beauty"

The City of Niagara, Wisconsin was founded on the banks of the Menominee River and borders Iron Mountain, Michigan. This is a beautiful place to come and visit, or live in if you are an outdoor enthusiast. There are many great sites to see, and many places to visit that will take your breath away. This is truly the "City of Scenic Beauty."
 
 
Take some time to hike, bike or cross-country ski along the Riverside Trail system, or spend some time on the trails along the banks of the beautiful Menominee River.  The Riverside Boat Landing offers public access to a fire pit, pavilion and fishing ramp. Check out the great beauty of Piers Gorge while in the area, too.



NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING REGARDING THE PROPOSED END LOADER GRANT PROJECT FOR THE CITY OF NIAGARA

A public meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at 5:00 P.M. during the regular City Council meeting at Niagara City Hall to discuss the proposed Rural Development End Loader Grant project with the public.  

City Administrator Audrey Fredrick and Public Works Coordinator JJ Coppens will be present to explain the project and assist in answering any questions.


Posted September 10, 2021 at CityofNiagara.org and Niagara City Hall

Posted September 13, 2021 Forward Financial Credit Union, Nicolet National Bank

Posted September 16, 2021 in the Borderland Journal

Audrey Fredrick

City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer

1029 Roosevelt Road, Niagara, WI 54151

 

Efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals through appropriate aids and services.




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SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

**HIGHWAY 141/ROOSEVELT ROAD SIDEWALK CONSTRUCTION PROJECT**
Project Beginning August 2021

Construction will begin the week of August 23 on a sidewalk along the west side of Highway 141/Roosevelt Road from Dewey Court to Washington Avenue. The project is funded with a State of Wisconsin Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) - Public Facilities Grant in the amount of $453,986. This award had been approved by the Marinette County Board as a beneficial use of the money left from its 
CDBG grant program that was being closed out by state and federal governments.