Bloomfield, Wisconsin
Building our future together.

Welcome to beautiful Bloomfield, Wisconsin.


Bloomfield is located in Walworth County in southeastern Wisconsin and was named after the prairie flowers viewed by our founding residents back in 1846.  Over 10,000 acres of agricultural land remains today in the township and village combined.
The Village of Bloomfield incorporated a vast majority of the township in December of 2011.  While the bulk annexation (consisting of the remainder of the township) by the village was denied by Judge Carlson, Walworth County Circuit Court in 2013, many of our area residents continue to desire that the "Bloomfields" reunite as one government body.  As such, both local governments have shared services and a very cooperative working relationship.


Town Facts
Village Facts

To learn more about the benefits of direct annexation, please download these forms and contact Ken Monroe, Village President at (262) 279-5980.

Attributes to the area consist of four lakes, 16.25 acres of parks, residential water & sewer (self-funded; not available in all areas), and a sound, viable community with low municipal taxes and without any General Obligation debt.  

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More information about the history of these municipalities will be added after completion of this new website.  Thank you for your patience!