Welcome to the Town of Brussels web site. The town is located in Door County Wisconsin, just 26 miles northeast of the City of Green Bay. As of the 2010 census, there were 1,135 people, 403 households, and 303 families residing in the town. Current 2017 population is 1134.
Brussels, a civil town in Door County, was created on November 12, 1858 and is part of the largest Belgian-American settlements in the United States.
For Burning permits click here to go to the Brussels-Union-Gardner Fire Department Site and go to the contacts tab for contact information.
For Building or Zoning permits, contact the Town Clerk/Zoning Administrator, JoAnn Neinas, at 920-825-7618.
Voting is held at the Brussels Community Center/Town Hall, 1366 Junction Road from 7 AM - 8 PM. The next Spring election is April 3, 2018; a primary election for Justice of the Supreme Court will be held February 20, 2018. The voter identification requirement will be in effect for these elections.
NOTICE: The Town of Brussels is taking applications for the position of Park Superintendent for the 2018 season which runs from May through October. Interested parties should submit a resume to Joe Wautier, Town Chairman, 1469 County Rd. DK, Brussels, WI 54204 by March 7, 2018. For more information contact the Town Chairman at 920-825-7277.