Town of Manitowoc



The Town of Manitowoc is separated by the city into two wholly detached parts, a northern and a southern part. Of the eighteen towns in Manitowoc County it is the smallest in area. The boundaries of the South side are Viebahn St. on the north, South 26th Street on the west and the Lake Michigan on the east side. The boundaries on the North side are County Road Q on the west side, Highway 310 on the north, Woodland Drive on the east side with the city of Manitowoc on the south side.

A Great Town on a Great Lake

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Town Meeting

Monday February 8, 2020


Silver Creek Fire Station & Town Hall

Social distancing and masks are required


Fire Department

The town has two volunteer fire departments. For the south side Silver Creek Fire Department and the north side the Rockwood Fire Department.

Population of town

On January 1st, 2020, the estimated population of the town was 1,114. The 2010 preliminary estimate of motor vehicles registered in the town are 854. There are 715 income tax filers in the township. 

Churches in town

The Town has two churches: Hope Evangelical Free Church, 4408 County Road B, and Trinity Alliance Church, 3121 Nagle Ave. 

Posting locations of agendas

Posting locations in the Town of Manitowoc are:

  • Silver Creek Town Hall, 1822 Silver Creek Road

  • Tom Hartman's Greenhouse, 2021 Nagle Avenue.

  • 2Xtremes, 3004 South 10th St

Schedule of meetings

The Town is governed by a Town Board. The Town Board meets monthly, the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Town residents are encouraged to contact the Town Clerk at 920-901-5072 if they have an item they wish placed on the agenda.

The Town of Manitowoc is a great town on the shores of Lake Michigan."Come enjoy our hospitality next time you are in the area".

Contact Us to learn more about the Town of Manitowoc.