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Village of Howard, WI Village of Howard, Wisconsin
Welcome to the Village of Howard, Wisconsin! Howard, population 17,399 is located in Brown County and is contiguous to the City of Green Bay, the Village of Hobart, the Village of Suamico and abuts the bay of Green Bay with over three (3) miles of shoreline.

The Village of Howard is one of the premiere places to live in Northeast Wisconsin. Howard boasts one of the best school districts in Wisconsin (Howard-Suamico School District) as depicted in the 2008-2009 Fact Sheet. Howard is also home to several corporate offices, including UnitedHealth Care (division of the UnitedHealth Group), N-Sight Communication, WIPFLI CPA & Consulting (regional corporate office) and the Green Bay branch of the ITT Technical Institute. New residents in Howard can learn more about the community and services offered in the Village of Howard's new resident packet or watch our online community video and view our WPS Community Profile.

Howard also is recognized by having one of the preeminent Parks & Recreation programs for a community of less than 20,000 residents. With eleven (11) active or passive parks, a municipal golf course (Village Green), a recreation program that is second to none, a newer YMCA branch located in the village center and an active forestry department (14 consecutives years as a Tree City USA winner), Howard offers a superb quality of life that is hard to match.
Please take the time to review the Village of Howard web page for general information and the Howard-Suamico Business Professional Association web page and the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce web page for further information regarding local businesses and activities.

Finally, never hesitate to stop by the Village Hall (located at 2456 Glendale Avenue), where Village receptionist Annette DuPrey (pictured above) or Lynn Kobus can provide friendly assistance or point you in the right direction!
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The Village of Howard's population estimate in 2010 was 17,399. To view information from the US Census Bureau (Census 2010 Demographic Profile Highlights) regarding the Village of Howard, please click here .
Strategically located on several major highways, Howard's direct access to Interstate 43, US Highway 41 and State Highway 29 provides a quick and easy commute to Madison (2.5 hours), Milwaukee (2 hours), Door County (45 minutes) and Lambeau Field (5 minutes) - Home of the Thirteen Time World Champion Green Bay Packers! Howard also has direct rail access into the community and is a short, ten minute commute to Green Bay's Austin Straubel International Airport.

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The Green Bay area was discovered in 1634 by Jean Nicolet, a French voyager. The Town of Howard was established in 1835 and slowly developed along the Duck Creek as a center for mail delivery, farming, quarrying and lumbering. By 1856, a school was operating and the Town of Howard became well known for its Duck Creek stone quarries.

By 1959, the population had grown and the Town of Howard became incorporated as the Village of Howard. Residential, commercial and industrial growth has steadily continued since that time, creating a dynamic suburban community on Green Bay's northwest side.

Original Town Hall Enter Cliff Murphy
Village of Howard Fire Department Receives a New Pumper Truck 1952 John O' Connor
Village of Howard Fire Department 1964 The Tilly Family
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2456 Glendale Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54313 - 920/434-4640- email: pfevert@villageofhoward.com - myVILLAGE