So, why should your business locate in the Southeast Hobart Business Park?
- Mix of village-owned acreage and willing private land owners
- Tax Increment Incentives for new or expanding businesses
- Direct frontage on Packerland Drive with convenient access to STH 172 and I-43
- Flexible "PDD/PUD" zoning in place-swift municipal approval process for site development
- Just a short distance to Austin Straubel International Airport terminal- helpful for any sort of business travel and/or hosting
- Industrial capacity infrastructure in place in a Greenfield development
- Low property taxes and utility rates
- Explosive consumer/resident growth (Hobart is the fastest growing community in Wisconsin) - housing supply in immediate area to support your growing workforce
Mar. 28, 2017 - Village of Hobart partners with Base Companies LLC to kick start Marketplace District - Village of Hobart partners with Base Companiess LLC to kick start Marketplace District
Feb. 15, 2017 - So, what's Going on in Centennial Centre at Hobart? - So, what's Going on in Centennial Centre at Hobart?
May. 24, 2016 - A place to live, work, play -
View the Southeast Business Park's available land (public and private), current infrastructure, utility information, and more! Click here.
June 23Got a big party/event coming up? Let us help! Rent one of Hobart's park shelters. Not only is there room for the kids to play, you also get to keep the mess out of your house! Click the link for more information: http://www.hobart-wi.org/index.asp?SEC=0AEC3452-7D21-4F3F-BD82-F739B5F09588&Type=NONE
June 23Monkey Tailz is back! Bring your pooches to 560 Centennial Centre tomorrow between 1 and 5 to get them a pupsicle. ALL proceeds will be donated to the Hobart K9 team!
June 22School's out! Kids are dropping the books and picking up the electronics. This summer, take the time to discuss cyber safety with your children and make sure you're family is protected and check out these tips on how to avoid unsafe surfing: https://datcp.wi.gov/Pages/News_Media/20170615SummerKidsOnlineSafety.aspx
June 21Did you lose something at one of the Hobart Parks? Call us! Multiple items have been turned into the Village Office after being found at the Four Seasons, Pine Tree, and Jan Wos Parks. If you’ve spent an hour digging through your closets and car and still can’t find that thing you lost, call the Village Office at (920) 869-1011. Any items not claimed by July 31st will be donated to charity.
June 16Officials say Wednesday's storm was the Largest Tornado Outbreak in NE Wisconsin! The Village Office lost power and Hobart Officers were out in the storm doing their best to clean up fallen trees, power line poles, and more. See a full storm report from WBAY... http://www.wbay.com/content/news/Tornado-reported-in-Menominee-County-428476113.html
June 15Beat the Heat with a cold Treat this Saturday in Centennial Centre! Monkey Tailz will have a truck parked at 560 Centennial Centre Blvd this Saturday from 1pm-5pm. They will have 6 flavors of ice cream for either dish or cones, Root Beer Floats, several beverage choices, and their namesakes, Monkey Tails.
June 13Are you a bartender in Hobart? Don't forget to renew your bartender's license! Get your application in to the Village office by the end of the week to get approved at the board meeting next week. http://www.hobart-wi.org/vertical/sites/ %7B354A483F-042E-454E-A570-720BFEDE46D9%7D/uploads/Bartender_License_Application.pdf
June 13Thunderstorms are tearing across the midwest! Stay safe everyone and check out WBAY's report from last night's storm. http://www.wbay.com/content/news/Thousands-remain-without-power-after-damaging-winds-427907213.html
June 12BE AWARE of possible scam in your community: The driveway paving scam is a type of home improvement scam. It works like this: Con men target homes with asphalt driveways, show up at the home, and appear to be legitimate contractors with tools and materials, ready, willing, and able to quickly re-asphalt your driveway for half the cost, or less even. When you ask how you got so lucky, they explain that they did a neighbor's house down the street, or have leftover asphalt paid for by the city/county/state, and have just enough left over materials to do your driveway. If you agree, the scam can go several different directions. Sometimes a thin shoddy layer of asphalt will be laid, but usually, once an initial cash payment is made, the scammers disappear without ever showing back up. Additionally, they frequently employ high pressure sales tactics, and will explain that if you don't make a decision right away, they're going to move on to your neighbors, because they don't have time to wait.
June 8Huge shoutout to Village Trustee Debbie Schumacher for bringing these GORGEOUS peonies into the office today!