Bill Dean
Bill Dean
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City of Green Bay

WELCOME TO GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN!!

Green Bay, the city by the bay, was founded in 1634 by the French explorer, Jean Nicolet. Today Green Bay is a thriving Great Lakes seaport linked to international shipping lanes, rail lines and interstate highways. Our city is one with a rich heritage and the promise of an even brighter future.

Green Bay's 2015 estimated population was 105,207, however, Brown County's overall population - including Howard, DePere, Allouez and Ashwaubenon is 258,718(2015). The climate here is continental, with four distinct seasons. Summers are warm and humid and the autumns are cool; while winter is snowy and relatively cold.

The city and it's people are proud of their professional football team, the Green Bay Packers. Their home stadium, Lambeau Field, has a seating capacity of 72,515 (that number is always increasing as new sky-boxes and more seats are added yearly) and is sold out for all home games on a season-ticket basis.

Climate:

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Four distinct seasons, with:

  • the average summer temperature in the low 80's;
  • the average winter temp in the mid-teens;
  • an average rainfall of 28.38";
  • an elevation of 580 feet; and
  • and area covering 80.7 square miles, including Allouez, Ashwaubenon, DePere and Howard.

Industry:

  • Paper products make Green Bay the tissue capital of the nation.
  • Food products and non-electrical machinery: Green Bay is the largest meat-packing center east of the Mississippi.

Transportation:

  • This Great Lakes port is tied to world shipping lanes, three rail lanes, a network of interstate highways and a municipal airfield, making it the transportation hub of Northeastern Wisconsin.

Government:

  • Green Bay and DePere have a mayor and an alderman.
  • The villages of Ashwaubenon, Allouez and Howard have a village president and board of trustees.

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