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Statistics & Facts

The Wisconsin state capital is Madison.
The population of Pulaski is approximately 2,749 (1999), 3539 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 877 (1990), 1418 (2010).
The amount of land area in Pulaski is 4.549 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.005 sq kilometers.
The distance from Pulaski to Washington DC is 732 miles.
The distance to the Wisconsin state capital is 125 miles. (as the crow flies)
Pulaski is positioned 44.66 degrees north of the equator and 88.23 degrees west of the prime meridian.
The Pulaski city color is red & white.

History & History Related Items

Count Casimer Pulaski was the namesake for the village of Pulaski. He was a "freedom fighter" who fought the Russians in his homeland of Poland from 1770 to 1772. Then, from 1777-1778, he fought with George Washington at Brandywine in our own Revolutionary War. He was made a Brigadier General after the war. In October 1779, he was mortally wounded at Savannah, Georgia while fighting against the British. He died on 11 October 1779.

The first known settler of Pulaski was John J. Hoff, an agent of the General Land Company of Milwaukee. He encouraged others to join him in the area. By 1883, other settlers came into the area. Some of the well-known names were Rudolf Wroblewski, Anthony Kulas, and John Boncel. Being of Polish descent, these settlers wanted to name their new town after the "hometown" Polish hero, General Pulaski.
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Learn more about Pulaski at this site

Mountain Bay State Trail - Trailhead - Bike,Snowmobile,hiking and more.Trail runs from Green Bay to Wausau and connects with the Wiowash StateTrail in Eland, WI.
Annual Pulaski Polka Days Celebration
Large village parks - soccer fields, baseball, football, skating
Industrial Park
Growing Community
Employment opportunities
Business opportunities
Site of Carver Yacht manufacturing plant, located on Hwy 32 between Green Bay and Shawano
Many thriving community organizations
Medical Clinics, chiropractic clinics, veterinary clinics, Law offices and much more...
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Pulaski City Government

Village Hall
421 S. St. Augustine St.
Pulaski, WI
Phone: 920-822-5182
Pulaski is governed by a President and 6 trustees.

Pulaski Chamber

Pulaski Chamber of Commerce
159 West Pulaski St.
PO Box 401
Pulaski, WI 54162-0401
Phone: 920-822-4400
Fax: 920-822-4455

Pulaski Organizations

Pulaski Chamber of Commerce
159 West Pulaski St.
PO Box 401
Pulaski, WI 54162-0401
Phone: 920-822-4400
Fax: 920-822-4455

Pulaski Libraries

Pulaski Public Library
222 W. Pulaski Street
Pulaski, WI
Phone: 920-822-3220
Fax 920-822-5589

Pulaski Schools

The children of Pulaski attend schools in the Pulaski Community School District
PACE - Community Education Services Pulaski


The population of Pulaski was:
1990 - 2,200
1999 - 2,749

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