With the gentle rolling landscape carved by the glaciers and towered by the historical landmark of Holy Hill, Washington County provides an interesting atmosphere for family living, business, and industry.
Washington County has well-known major manufacturing industries including: Machine Tooling, metal fabrication, printing, pharmaceutical distribution, photo finishing, and trucking. Our convenient location along the US Highway 45 and US Highway 41 corridors makes us an ideal location for trade, business, and retail.
Ancient glaciers, inland lakes and woodlands form the foundation for a variety of recreational activities. Hiking, hunting, boating, fishing, golfing, skiing, and snowmobiling are among the many outdoor activities for sport enthusiasts. The Ice Age Trail provides for the enjoyment of wild flowers and wildlife appreciation.
The University of Wisconsin-Washington County and Moraine Park Technical College provide an educational opportunity for students to develop skills necessary for their future in the world of work.
Washington County places its faith in the community and assists in whatever way possible to nurture, develop, and dream for the future.