Which municipalities will Uniform Addressing affect?
As of November 1, 2018, the 41 municipalities participating in this Marathon County Uniform Addressing project include: Bergen, Berlin †, Bern †, Bevent, Brighton, Cassel, Cleveland, Day, Easton, Eau Pleine, Elderon (town), Elderon (village), Emmet, Frankfort, Franzen, Green Valley, Guenther, Halsey †, Hamburg †, Harrison, Hewitt, Holton, Hull, Johnson †, Knowlton, Marathon (town), McMillan, Mosinee (town), Norrie, Plover, Reid, Rib Falls †, Rietbrock †, Ringle, Spencer (town), Stettin †, Stratford (village), Texas, Wausau (town), Weston (town), Wien
As of November 1, 2018, the 21 municipalities NOT participating in this Marathon County Uniform Addressing project include: Abbotsford, Athens, Birnamwood, Brokaw, Colby, Dorchester, Edgar, Fenwood, Hatley, Kronenwetter, Maine, Marathon City, Marshfield, Mosinee (city), Rib Mountain *, Rothschild, Schofield, Spencer (village), Unity, Wausau (city), Weston (village)
* Application of the Uniform Addressing System in the Town of Rib Mountain is currently being reviewed by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
† The towns of Berlin, Bern, Brighton, Halsey, Hamburg, Holton, Hull, Johnson, Rib Falls, Rietbrock, Spencer, and Stettin will have their new Uniform Address signs installed in spring/summer 2019. Business owners in these municipalities should continue to use their current address (for check re-ordering, etc.) until they receive an Official Notice of address change from the County in 2019. For safety reasons, new addresses cannot be released before then.
Note: The TOWNS of Marathon, Spencer, and Weston ARE participating in the Uniform Addressing project (but NOT the VILLAGES of Marathon City, Spencer, or Weston). The TOWNS of Mosinee and Wausau ARE participating (but NOT the CITIES of Mosinee or Wausau).
See Appendix A of the Uniform Addressing Quick Reference Guide for a Uniform Addressing status map.