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Lake Mills Wisconsin
200 Water Street, Lake Mills, WI 53551


Lake Mills was named by Captain Joseph Keyes because there were a saw mill and grist mill operating using power from Rock Lake. In 1866 the then village changed its name to Tyrahnena, but changed it back to Lake Mills the following year.


Lake Mills Wisconsin Demographics

Located in Wisconsin County:Jefferson
Year Incorporated1905
Population (2016 Estimate)5,883
Total Area (Sq. Miles)4.44
Land Area (Sq. Miles)4.06
Water Area (Sq. Miles).38

Jefferson Wisconsin Websites

Lake Mills Area Chamber of Commerce - www.lakemills.org
200C Water Street, Lake Mills, WI 53551 - (920) 648-3585



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