The Village of Brownsville also known for being a gateway to the Horicon Marsh, is located on Highway 49 just three miles west of Highway 41 and 15 miles east of Highway 151. Brownsville's central location makes Milwaukee, Appleton and Madison less than an hours drive away. This enables our residents to have the quiet, clean, hometown feel that a town of 600 provides without sacrificing the opportunities a larger city offers.

Although it's possible to get anywhere from the village, the services available within her borders make travel unnecessary. From gasoline to brats to baseball, Brownsville has everything that residents need and excellent services provided at the reasonable price that they expect.

Feel free to browse the website as you wish, the tabs on the top of the page will direct you to certain subjects. Make sure you check the NEWS tab and EVENTS tab for a calender of all the going-ons in and around the Village.

We hope you enjoy your visit of the website and we look forward to seeing you enjoying yourself here in Brownsville.

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Lomira School District serves the Village of Brownsville.

Open Book for the 2018 assessment year for the Village of Brownsville of Dodge County, WI will be held on April 17, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Brownsville Village Hall, 514 Railroad St. During this time the assessment roll is open ..

The Village of Brownsville will hold a Spring Election on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. Voting takes place at the Brownsville Community Club, 871 Main St. Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m.. For information on voting go to (..

   Dog License   

WI State Statutes 174.07 requires a dog license for the keeping of a dog over 5 months of age. Dog Licenses expire December 31 (however those purchased in Dec. are good for the following year) FORM for licensing (/Dog Tag Form.pdf) ..