About Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
Chippewa Falls was named one of the Top Ten Small Towns in America by Time Magazine.
Chippewa Falls, WI is called the "Gateway to the Northwoods." It blends small town living with high quality jobs and quality of life. The population is right around 13,000 and enjoys top notch schools, diverse blend of tourism, high tech, light industry and retail employment opportunities.
The Chippewa Falls area is home to more than 40 manufacturing companies that employ more than 5500 people. The Chippewa Falls community strives to foster a healthy quality of life, and provide a safe, vibrant, caring and sustainable community.
More than 300 lakes in Chippewa County will keep you busy searching for that elusive musky or basking in a bay on a lazy summer afternoon.
Chippewa Falls is home to one public high school (Chippewa Falls High) and two public high schools (McDonell Central Catholic High School and Liberty Christian School).
There are five public elementary schools (Southview Elementary, Parkview Elementary, Stillson Elementary, Hillcrest Elementary, and Halmstad Elementary), and one public middle school (Chippewa Falls Middle).
Chippewa Falls also has two combined private middle and elementary schools (St. Charles/Holy Ghost Schools and St. Peter Elementary School) and one private middle school (Notre Dame Middle School).
The Greater Menomonie Area Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit business membership organization serving its 550 members and the Chippewa Falls community. Its mission is to recruit new businesses and attract tourists. The Chamber makes sure Chippewa Falls has a quality workforce which allows the community to create jobs, expand the tax base and improve financial prosperity for the area.