Menomonie has a population of 16,000, and is a traditional, yet progressive city. Our Main Street has been designated a national Downtown Historic District, and is anchored by the restored Victorian-Era Mabel Tainter Memorial Theater. We invite you to attend an evening at the theater, walk along the beautiful Lake Menomin in the heart of the city, attend summertime concerts and ice cream socials in one of our many parks, sporting events, festivals, and the many other traditions that Menomonie has to offer.
Menomonie is also a progressive community, with a thriving industrial base that includes 3M, Ford Motor Company, Wal-Mart Distribution Center, ConAgra Foods - Swiss Miss, Cardinal FG, Andersen Windows, Phillips Plastics Corporation, and several other industrial facilities. We are privileged to have a state-of-the-art Hospital and Medical Center (which are part of the Mayo Health System), a beautiful Library overlooking the shores of Lake Menomin, an excellent K-12 school system, and the Chippewa Valley Technical College.
The University of Wisconsin-Stout is also a valued member of our community. UW-Stout has an international reputation for its excellent degree programs in business, industry, technology, education, human development, and art and design. The Stout Technology Park offers a unique opportunity for businesses in the park to access the latest manufacturing strategies and technologies that will help solve problems and increase profits.