Welcome to Rockland
We are glad that you are here! Rockland is a rural community covering an area of 14,087 acres located in West central Brown County, Wisconsin. It is bounded by the City of De Pere and the Town of Ledgeview on the North, the Town of Glenmore on the East, the Town of Wrightstown on the South, and the picturesque Fox River on the West.
Primarily agricultural and residential, the Town maintains a quiet and rural feel. Of its 14,087 acres, 15.8% is comprised of natural features including the Fox River and the Niagara Escarpment, both of which run through our Town from South to North and offer beautiful home sites and relaxing recreational activities via the Fox River Trail. Due to its rural, natural, and quiet setting in addition to its easy access to jobs, schools, recreation, and shopping, the Town of Rockland has grown from a population of 777 in 1960 to 1,744 in 2013. You can find out more about Rockland’s history by visiting the History page.
If you are interested in knowing when a meeting or public event is taking place, you can quickly view the notices listed below. If you would like to know if the town hall is available or view the monthly or yearly schedule, you can click on the calendar. This site will continue to develop and change as the need arises.
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The Town of Rockland is seeking proposals for snow and ice removal services for the 2015-16 season. Proposal packages are due in the Clerk's Office, 1712 Bob-Bea-Jan Road, De Pere, Wisconsin no later than 12:30 p.m. on Monday, March 16, 2015.
To open, please click on each of the following:
1) Request for Proposal
2) Proposed Agreement for Snow & Ice Removal Services
3) Exhibit A: Rockland Road Map
3) Exhibit B: Proposal Form