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Wyocena is a village in Columbia County, Wisconsin, United States. The population is 768 from the 2010 census. The Village of Wyocena is a small community with a large heart. Grande Cheese is the major business in the village. Grande has numerous employees both from Wyocena and surrounding communities. The Columbia County nursing home and Columbia County Hwy shop are also located in the Village of Wyocena.
The Village also has a library. Olieve Huggett Hiller had a vision for a library in the village and through a large donation form her estate that vision was realized. While small in size the library is part of the South Central Library system which gives residents access to extensive library resources. Please stop in and visit the library located in the Wyocena Community Center at 165 E. Dodge Street..
The Community Center also is the site of the Helping Hands Food Pantry with service for residents in the Pardeeville School district.
FEMA has posted digital copies of the preliminary revised Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) and Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report materials to the following Website: http:msc.fema.gov.
Please see the porposed changes map at the Wyocena Community Center or visit http:msc.fema.gov for more information.
Deadline to file an objection to the proposed changes is 90 days after the last publication date of October 23, 2014.
The office is open Monday - Thursday from 8:00 A.M.. - 3:30 P.M.. The office is closed Friday, Saturday & Sunday. If you are having an emergency water & sewer problem please call the emergency cell phone at (608) 697-2689. There is an answering machine in the office and your call will be returned as soon as possible.
If you cannot make it to the office during our regular office hours you may make payments by leaving it in the village’s drop box. The drop box is located on the wall of the E. Dodge St. entrance. It is recommended not to put cash payments in the drop box!