Wisconsin Welcomes You To:
St. Nazianz

August 2006, St. Nazianz Area Historical Society announces the restoration of the Loretto Chapel.  See details in their section!  St Nazianz Fest 2006 set for Setp 16, details available via Announcements and Calendar!!

St. Nazianz Storm 2000 Site
Calendar of Events
Village Overview
Businesses in the Area
Community Organizations
St. Nazianz Weather
Village and Other Government
Village Utilities and Services
Building Lots
Historical Overview
Local Area Churches
Volunteer Fire Dept & First Responders
St. Nazianz Historical Society
St. Nazianz Growth Association

Please visit our sponsors:
Koeppen Hardware
First National Bank
Miller St. Nazianz, Inc.

Madson's Service, Inc
Stardust Executive Limousine.

Van Horn Chrysler
Riesterer and Schnell
Randy Pingel, Rural Insurance Co




WebMail now available, to access yours, click here!

Annual Events

St. Nazianz First Responders
Fish boil - spring event:  March , 2007
St. Gregory Corpus Christi Procession
Lax Chapel Mass
July 4
St Nazianz Community Fest
Picnic and parade - September event put on by
     community service organizations, Sept 16 2006
St. Nazianz Fire Department Open House and Chicken Fry
     Sunday October 8, 2006
St. Gregory's Fall Festival
First Sunday in November

Village Statistics

Major Roads............CTH A (N/S)
                                CTH C (E/W)

We are approximately 6 miles west of I-43 exit 144 
Map of St Nazianz, WI (use back button to return here)

Village Government

St. Nazianz Village government consists of an elected Village President and six Trustees who serve two-year terms.   The Clerk- Treasurer is appointed. 

Village Board meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Village Hall.

Office phones are 920-773-2471 for the Clerk and 920-773-2733 for the utility shop.

St. Nazianz Growth Inc.
St. Nazianz Growth Inc. is a non-profit community development corporation established in 1968. The organization consists of a group of local citizens and business professionals with a mission to improve and enhance the quality of life in the St. Nazianz area. 

The organization continues to be active in promoting the Village as an attractive place to make your home and establish your business.  New members welcome and encouraged, please contact Fritz Koeppen at 920-773-2330 for more information.

Village Park
Our ball field, tennis court and volleyball courts all have lights for night play.  The park also has restrooms, playground equipment, two shelters and various grills for your family activities.

Government Agencies


Village of St. Nazianz, Village Hall

Village Clerk 773-2471
Village of St. Nazianz, Utility Shop   773-2733

St. Nazianz Fire Department

Chief 773-2330

St. Nazianz Medical First Responders

Chief 693-8513

St. Nazianz Post Office

Postmaster 773-2337

St. Nazianz Nutrition Site


Town of Eaton Town Hall

Shop 773-2644

Manitowoc County Highway Dept

Shop 773-2316

St. Nazianz and Area Organizations

American Legion

Commander 773-2312

American Legion Auxiliary


Boy Scouts of America


Girl Scouts of America


Camp Sinawa

Ranger 758-2615

Friends of Sinawa

Chair 773-2666

Catholic Knights

Sales 773-2886

Knights of Columbus


St. Nazianz Lions Club

Jerry & Meg Post 773-2618

St. Nazianz Growth Association

Fritz Koeppen 773-2330

St. Nazianz Historical Society

President 773-2412

St. Nazianz Senior Citizens

Nutrition Site 773-2446
School Hill Athletic Club
  (Baseball and Softball)
Kraig Binversie 894-3770

Churches and Religious Organizations

Bethlehem United Church of Christ


Faith Lutheran Church

Office 775-4141

Grace Lutheran Church


St. Gregory Catholic Church

Office 773-2511

St. Mary's Convent/Maria Haus

Office 773-2515

Holy Trinity Catholic - School Hill

Office 773-2380

Building Lots
Village Development Park - residential and commercial.
Please contact the Village for more information.



ST. NAZIANZ AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY announces a reprint of the DIAMOND JUBILEE BOOK of the founding of St. Nazianz, WI, one of the first communal societies founded in Wisconsin in 1854.
A great historical resource. 

Available starting March 2005: the CEMETERY BOOK.   Index and general genealogy of all those buried in St. Gregory Cemetery, over 3000 entries! 212 pages by Robert C. Domagaski.
Available at First National Bank in St. Nazianz, or print your own order form and we'll send it in the mail.

For more details, or to get yours now, click here!

Provided as a community service by St. Nazianz Growth, Inc., with financial support from our advertisers.
The original St. Nazianz "storm site" has moved to http://stnazianzstorm.com as of January 10, 2004 please visit us there!

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Copyright 2004-2006.   Pages within this site were last updated October 4, 2006.