Germantown Village

Washington County, Wisconsin

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Germantown Village Hall is located at N112 W17001 Mequon Road, Germantown, WI 53022.
Phone: 262‑250‑4700.

Germantown as described in 1941 [1]

Signs in German script guide the traveler into Germantown, settled about 1850 by Germans from Milwaukee. German is still spoken in the village and German foods are offered in its few restaurants; Springerle, Dampfnudel, Marzipan, Senfgurken, and Lebkuchen. Germatown has only two streets with names, Main and Grand; the latter is known locally as John's because so many men answering to that name live on it.

  1. Workers of the Writers' Program of the Works Progress Administration, Wisconsin: A Guide to the Badger State, American Guide Series, Wisconsin Library Association, 1941.

Nearby Towns: Germantown Town • Sussex Vlg •

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