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Belgic Luxembourgers-from the part of old Luxembourg annexed by Belgium-settled in the area of the present Township and Village of Belgium, Wisconsin, in the middle of the 19th century. Descendants of the original families still live in the area today, and preserve their heritage. While the first immigrants came from Luxembourg neighboring settlers referred to this as "the Belgium area" because at that time much of Luxembourg was ruled by Belgium. The current residents still celebrate their heritage throughout the year. The people of Belgium, Wisconsin invite you to share a unique combination: old world charm and the natural scenic beauty of rolling terrain to the shore of Lake Michigan.


What's New
Village Hall will be closed on March 10th until 1pm for Employee Saftey Training
Winter Parking Starts November 15th
No Parking on Village Streets From 3am-7am
Purchase Recycling Center Card at Village Hall $25 (Bring Exact Payment Amount)


Yearly Community Events
Belgium Community Rummage Sale-Saturday of Mother's Day Weekend
Luxembourg Fest-2nd Saturday & Sunday of August
American Legion Corn Roast/Brat Fry-Sunday, August 23rd