PARDEEVILLE | Wisconsin

At A Glance

Pardeeville, founded by John Pardee in the mid-1800s, is located 35 miles north of Madison on State Highway 22. A few of Pardeeville's assets include Chandler Park, which is almost completely surrounded by beautiful Park Lake, the Angie Williams Cox Library, as well as the Columbia County Historical Museum. The Village encompasses 763 acres and had a 2000 Census population of 1,982. One summer event is the Watermelon Festival at Chandler Park the first Sunday after Labor Day. Pardeeville is surrounded by many campgrounds, farm markets and a very large Amish settlement to the north.

 

Schools and Hospitals

In the Pardeeville School District strives to enhance the student’s knowledge as it emphasizes the importance of learning, both inside and outside of the classroom. For example, the district has recently raised over $20,000 for a local cancer treatment center. This shows children that there is more to life than just grades. The Pardeeville school district has many differentt schools that students may attend, depending on their location.

 

The health care facility is called the Pardeeville Clinic, which is affiliated with Divine Savior Hospital. This local branches provides assistance to residents without having to travel too far away from home. They strive to find a new way to care for patients, together with the patients.

 

 

For all four seasons, Pardeeville is a great place to live or visit.

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