Burning Permits

Annual burning permits are available from the following:

Please burn AFTER 6:00pm. When burning a large brush pile, notify the Columbia County Sheriff's office by calling

Burning Restrictions - DNR
Note: Daily burn restrictions are not updated until after 11 a.m.

Placement of Emergency Response Numbers

Columbia County ordinance Title 28 states all Emergency Response Number Signs are to be placed approximately five (5) feet to the right (facing the home) of the driveway right-of-way at the edge of the road right-of-way.

The Town of West Point places each Emergency Response Number Signs for each town resident in the correct location.

It is very important NOT to move the Emergency Response Number Sign as emergency (fire and ambulance) look for the signs to be in the correct location.


The Town of West Point is located in the southwest corner of Columbia County Wisconsin between Prairie du Sac, WI and the Town of Lodi.   Wikipedia – Town of West Point Information  

The Town of West Point was set off from the Town of Lodi on January 8, 1850. On April 2, 1850 a group of male residents of the newly formed town gathered at the home of Jeremiah D. Shumway to hold the Town’s first official meeting. The voters at this first meeting approved the sum of $75 in tax for the contingent expenses and the first town officials were elected. 
The Town of West Point celebrated its 160th anniversary in 2010.  In the words of Dean Schwarz, Town Chair (2005-2016), “the families that settled this area anchored their lives in the rich soil here and worked hard to provide a sustainable future for generations to come.  They filled the first town board offices; they set examples of high standards with freedom of thought and religion that resulted in the sense of community we retain to this day.”

TOWP 160th Anniversary 2010

Town of West Point & Historical Society Officers Celebrate the Town’s 160th Anniversary

For more information on the history of the Town of West Point, visit the Town of West Point Historical Society website.
Town of West Point Parks



Ryan Park

Located at the West Point Town Hall (N2114 Rausch Rd, Lodi WI 53555), Ryan Park offers picnic tables, playground equipment, a paved basketball court and a sand volleyball court.  During spring, summer and fall seasons flush toilets are also available for use.

In 2010, the West Point Outdoor Recreation & Open Spaces Committee partnered with Scenic Lodi Valley to take the first steps to create a restored prairie at Ryan Park.

Selwood Park

 Playground equipment, covered picnic shelter.


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