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City of Fennimore Wisconsin

Fennimore is a city in Grant County Wisconsin. Fennimore was previously known as Fennimore Center. Fennimore was named for a settler, John Gerard Fennimore, who disappeared during the Black Hawk War. There is only one Fennimore in the United States.


City of Fennimore Wisconsin Demographics

Located in Wisconsin County:Grant
Year Incorporated1919
Population (2016 Estimate)2,508
Total Area (Sq. Miles)1.62
Land Area (Sq. Miles)1.62
Water Area (Sq. Miles).00
Elevation (ft.)1,194
Zip Code53809

City of Fennimore Wisconsin Websites

City of Fennimore - Grant County - www.fennimore.com/city-government/
860 Lincoln Avenue, Fennimore, WI 53809 - (608) 822-6119

Fennimore Chamber of Commerce - www.fennimore.com
850 Lincoln Avenue, Fennimore, WI 53809 - (608) 822-3599

Fennimore Dwight T Parker Public Library - www.fennimore.com/community-life/public-library/
925 Lincoln Avenue, Fennimore, WI 53809 - (608) 822-6294

Grant County Government - www.co.grant.wi.gov
111 South Jefferson Street, Lancaster, WI 53813 - (608) 723-2676 (County Clerk)

Grant County Tourism - www.grantcounty.org/tourism/
1800 Branson Boulevard, Fennimore WI 53809 - (608) 822-3501


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