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Waterloo Real Estate

In the northwest corner of Jefferson County, you’ll find Waterloo, a small city with a rural feel. As of the census of 2021, the population was 3,366. Waterloo is located a short drive from Madison, Sun Prairie, Watertown, Oconomowoc, and Beaver Dam.

The heart of Waterloo is Firemen’s Park, which is where you’ll find a famous wooden carousel from 1910 that’s still running strong. Waterloo also is known for being the headquarters of Trek Bicycle Corporation and Van Holten Pickles. Residents enjoy its state-of-the-art library, public and private schools, the winding Maunesha River, and the 4,000 acre Waterloo Wildlife area.

For Waterloo real estate, the city has expanded with Treyburn Farms and Deyoung Farm subdivisions. You’ll find a mix of lots, single family homes, and multi-family homes in Waterloo and nearby Portland.

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Below are some resources many who move or are thinking about moving to Waterloo, Wisconsin find helpful. You’ll find information and links to local electric, garbage disposal, events, parks, schools, library, and more.

City of Waterloo

Waterloo Utilities (Electric, Water, Sewer)

Waterloo Trash & Recycling (Thursdays by Badgerland Disposal)

Waterloo Assessor

Waterloo Building Permits

Waterloo Municipal Code

Waterloo Police Department

Waterloo Fire & Rescue

Waterloo Parks & Recreation

Waterloo Business Association

Waterloo Community Pool

Waterloo Library (Karl Junginger Memorial Library)

Waterloo Schools

Waterloo School District

St. John Luteran School

Holy Family Catholic School

Popular Waterloo Events

Some of the popular events in Waterloo are:

  • Weiner and Kraut Day
  • 4th of July at Firemen’s Park
  • Summer Concert Series

  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • WinterFest
  • Homecoming Parade