Welcome to Marathon County’s official Uniform Addressing website!
Here is where you’ll find the latest updates on the Uniform Addressing project, downloadable checklists and reference guides, links to helpful resources, and more. We hope you’ll check back often to keep yourself informed about this county-wide project.
View our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) webpage for answers to common questions about the Uniform Addressing project, and check out our Documents webpage for downloadable Quick Reference Guides for residents and business owners.
Visit our Assistance webpage for details on in-person and phone support provided by the Marathon County Public Library, educational programming, and more.
Marathon County will soon be mailing announcement postcards to inform participating residents / landowners / business owners that their address will be changing due to the County’s upcoming Uniform Addressing project. (If you’re not sure whether your municipality is participating,... (read more)
In late November 2017, the Village of Weston voted to withdraw from Marathon County’s Uniform Addressing project while still working to correct any non-compliant addresses in the village. NOTE: The Town of Weston will still be participating. Any questions on address changes in the... (read more)
The Town of Rib Mountain is NOT slated to receive new addresses or street names as part of Marathon County’s Uniform Addressing project at this time. Application of the Uniform Addressing System in the Town of Rib Mountain is currently being reviewed by the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. (read more)
2017-10-23: Marathon County Uniform Addressing Update
New 6-digit address numbers — and some renamed roads — are coming to much of Marathon County in Spring 2018. Read the full article for participating municipalities, sign installation plans, and changes to project funding, as well as handy checklists and tips for notifying others of your address... (read more)
2017-07-01: Uniform Addressing Implementation
In February 2016, the Marathon County Board adopted policy to implement a uniform addressing system. What this means is that instead of the current ten rural address grids, there will be a uniform grid. (Read the ordinance.) Uniform addressing will enable public agencies, especia (read more)