About the Town of Hallie

The Town of Hallie is created from the Town of Lafayette by Chapter 455 of Wisconsin State Statutes on August 17 of 1915. The Town is named for Hallie Uhr the daughter of the Badger Mills owner John Uhr Jr. in 1870.  The Town remained unchanged until 2003 when the majority of the Town of Hallie Incorporated to create the Village of Lake Hallie. Currently the Town of Hallie consists of 7 and one half square miles with a population of 179. The Town is agricultural in nature reflecting the wishes of the residents. The Town is governed by a 3 person board consisting of a Chairman and two Town Supervisors. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month unless there is no pending issues.