Menomonie is located in the heart of West Central Wisconsin’s Chippewa Valley. Menomonie is a naturally beautiful city offering several fringe benefits. The “Wisconsin Partners for Progress” website describes the area as having “Natural beauty. Culture. Affordability. Great careers. Excellent education and healthcare. Small-town security. And an endless list of activities.”
This small town of 15,000 residents was founded in 1830 and takes great pride in its rich history and progressive future. There are several industrial giants located near the city of Menomonie – an advantageous location based on proximity to major cities and airports, talented workforce, and pro-business climate. The University of Wisconsin Stout, located in the heart of Menomonie, is internationally recognized for excellent degree programs in business, industry, technology, education, human development, and art and design.
Lake Menomin and the Red Cedar Trail offer a variety of outdoor activities and beautiful vistas. The historic Mabel Tainter Theater is a fully functional, Victorian-era theater with a year round performing arts season featuring nationally recognized artists.
“Here, the good life takes up permanent residency.”
From the "Momentum West” website