The City of Fort Atkinson invites you to enjoy a visit to our historic community.

Spend time exploring all that Fort Atkinson has to offer travelers and residences. Visit the Fort Atkinson State Preserve built to keep the Winnebago Indians on Neutral ground after their removal from Wisconsin in 1840 and to provide protection for them from the Sioux, Sauk, Fox and from white intruders on Indian land. Interested in the outdoors? Visit Lake Meyer, a 156 acre park is the County Conservation Board's headquarters. Lake Meyer offers tent & trailer camping, drinking water and showers, toilets, skiing, hiking trails, picnicking areas, lake fishing in a 38 acre lake, boat ramp and a nature center. To find out what else the little town of Fort Atkinson has to offer, visit us today. Fort Atkinson where history and heritage collide.


September 24-25, 2022

For more information, contact Kay Schmitt 563-534-7455
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City News & Announcements

  • City Clerk Position Available

    The City of Fort Atkinson (population 349) is accepting applications for the City Clerk position. The City Clerk is responsible for all financial duties related to the day-to-day operations, preparing … [ Read More ]
  • City Building availability

    The community center is now open for public use. Contact Greg Barta at 563-380-7741 or on his cell (563-380-7741) with any questions. [ Read More ]
  • Flood Insurance

    Federal Flood Insurance Is Now Available In The City of Fort Atkinson Effective October 14, 2010, the City of Fort Atkinson has qualified as a participant in the National Flood … [ Read More ]
  • Yard Waste Information

    There is no open burning allowed within the city limits of Fort Atkinson. Yard waste; leaves, brush, trees, garden waste, can be taken to the City’s yard waste site. The … [ Read More ]