"We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a commodity to which we belong we may begin to use it with love and respect." Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac
Upcoming Meetings & Events**
Monday, June 3, 2013 @ 7:30 PM
Public Hearings & Other Notices
Open Book Assessment Roll- Tuesday, May 14th 4-6 PM
Board of Review Meeting- Tuesday, May 14th @ 6 PM
Board of Appeals Meeting- Thursday, May 16th @ 7:30 PM
Public Hearing- Hendricks Conditional Use Permit- R-189-1-Tuesday, May 21, 2013 @ 6:45 PM
Planning Commission Meetings
Thursday, May 23rd @ 6:30 PM- Northeast Asphalt Quarry
Thursday, May 23rd @ 7:20 PM- Town Hall
Tuesday, June 18th @ 7:00 PM- Town Hall
Board of Appeals Agenda
To be posted shortly
**all meetings held at the Rockland Town Hall unless otherwise specified
Welcome to the Town of Rockland Web Site
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WELCOME TO ROCKLAND
Rockland was settled in the mid 1800’s by immigrants of mainly German, Dutch, and Irish heritage—farming families looking for a better life. When the first settlers arrived, there were a few tribes of Native Americans living here. Some of them lived in traditional tepees; others lived in caves in the ledge. The settlers found forested lands to build homes and when the land was cleared, the land produced abundant crops to feed their families.
Rockland is a town of about 22 square miles located in west central Brown County. 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.
Written by Alice Daul and Vicky Van Vonderen
Rockland Town Hall, 1712 Bob-Bea-Jan Road, De Pere, WI 54115 Phone 920-336-2814 Fax 920-336-5565 Mailing Address: Town of Rockland, P.O. Box 27, De Pere, WI 54115
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