City of Chilton Government Information
Calumet County Information
Chilton City Government
Chilton has a mayor/council form of government, with both the mayor and council members serving two-year terms. The mayoral elections are held in even years, council member (eight total) elections are staggered with half elected in even years, half elected in odd years. For more information, visit www.chiltonwi.gov and select “city government.” The mayor of Chilton is Tom Reinl.
Chilton Police Department
The Chilton Police Department has 8 full-time officers and 4 part-time officers. The city is part of the Calumet County expanded 911 service and is able to react immediately to reports. Craig Plehn is the police chief.
Chilton Fire Department
The Chilton Fire Department is an all-volunteer department that not only services the City of Chilton, but also the surrounding towns of Charlestown, Chilton, and Brothertown. Ben Schoenborn is the fire chief.
Chilton City Hall
Dedicated in 1996, the Chilton Community Center houses the Chilton Senior Center meal site, the Chilton City Band, numerous youth groups and others. The Center is available for use by non-profit organizations.
Chilton Public Library
221 Park Street, Chilton | 920-849-4414
The Chilton Public Library offers a number of services that include inter-library loan, homebound program, children’s story time, summer reading program, 12 computer stations with high-speed Internet access, photocopier and more. Materials include books, magazines, newspapers, compact discs, videos, books on tape and reference materials.
Chilton Public Swimming Pool
421 Court Street, Chilton | 920-849-8109
The Chilton Public School swimming pool is open for public use. The pool, which was completed in 2003, features a diving board, eight swimming lanes, handicap access and men’s and women’s shower/changing rooms. Pool is located at the elementary school with access from the back parking lot.
Chilton Public Parks
The City of Chilton is home to six public parks, each with various unique equipment and activities. Chilton parks include playground equipment, sports facilities, shelters, concert pavilion and much more. Chilton parks can also be rented for special occasions.
For more information about Chilton parks, visit www.chiltonwi.gov and select the Residents/Visitors tab, or call 920-849-2451.