Veterans' Memorial Trail
Over - Antoinette's Here
Often used as a landmark in giving directions, this wondrous statute was erected during Plymouth's centennial celebration in 1977. Antoinette is a 100% pure, FDA approved fiberglass Holstein cow. She stands proud at 20 feet high and weighs over 1,000 pounds! Antoinette commemorates Plymouth's ties to the cheese making industry. She is located in front of the Plymouth Utilities building just south of the intersection of S. Milwaukee and Mill Street (southwest of downtown) and just south of Antoinette's Sandwich & Pizza. Yes, the restaurant was named after our beloved Holstein. Don't miss this great vacation photo opportunity!
Downtown Mural Unveiled
The Plymouth Downtown Revitalization Committee is proud to present Plymouth's newest artwork, a mural depicting interurban electric car No 26. This car was one of several street cars operating in Plymouth until 1938.The 804-square-foot mural is located on the west side of the 208 E. Mill Street building facing the municipal lot at the corner of E. Mill and Smith Streets. Dale Knaak of Sheboygan, the artist selected for the mural project, used latex paints to create the mural on 24-specially made 4-foot-by-8-foot panels at this studio. Stop by and enjoy viewing a bit of Plymouth's history.
Weather's Great ...Wish You Were Here!
Five uniquely designed Plymouth postcards are now available for purchase. They make a great keepsake! Click on links below to view individual cards.
The Plymouth postcards are available at: Plymouth Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center, Aurora Pharmacy, Book Heads, Cain’s Bridal Wreath, Dear Old Books of Plymouth, Exchange Bank Coffeehouse, Hub City Interiors, Kris’ Cheese to Please, Red Rooster and The Sewing Basket. The Downtown mural postcard is large and sells for $1.00, the other smaller cards are $.50 each.
Like many other Wisconsin communities, Plymouth started as a stagecoach stop on a Native American trail and wilderness road from Sheboygan to the interior of the state.
The Mullet River was what first attracted settlers from New England and New York, shortly followed by the Germans escaping the social upheaval in their homelands. The Smith family had named the area Quit Qui Oc, meaning "Crooked River," while Henry and Thomas Davidson named it Plymouth. The State Legislature changed the name to Quit Qui Oc in 1851, but reversed itself, naming the whole settlement Plymouth a year later. Division Street is what evidence remains of the rivalry between the two factions.
The arrival of the Sheboygan and Mississippi Railroad in 1859, and the Milwaukee and Northern Railroad in 1871, made Plymouth a small railroad center with an underlying agricultural economy. Local cheese factories added to this economy in the 1860’s and 1870’s, bringing to downtown the National Cheese Exchange, until the late 1950’s.
In 2002, Plymouth celebrated its 125th anniversary. Since Plymouth was founded, this diverse city has been enjoying growth and expansion. With that growth, time has aged what once was a delightfully new and developing place, but it has not taken away any of Plymouth's original beauty.
Located in the Plymouth Art Center, Gallery 110 North offers cultural activities of a wide variety: art gallery, theatre, music, performance art, dance and more. Performances and exhibitions are planned frequently. Local and professional, as well as national talents are booked for each of the Center's seasons. The Plymouth Arts Center is the premier art destination in Western Sheboygan County.
Plymouth Community Television Channels 14 and Channel 20 are community run and serve the Time Warner Cable system that includes Plymouth, Town of Plymouth, Crystal Lake, Elkhart Lake, Cascade, Waldo, Greenbush, and Glenbeulah. View broadcast schedule.
Plymouth offers numerous churches of varying denominations in which to worship.
First Congregational UCC
Good Shepherd Ev. Lutheran
New Life Community Church
Plymouth Alliance Church
Redeemer Lutheran Church
Salem United Church of Christ
St. John Lutheran Church
St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
City Government - (920)
Contact the City of Plymouth for information on parks, taxes, permits, licenses, facility rentals, assessments, governmental meetings, garbage pickup, zoning and ordinances.
Plymouth maintains a humid continental climate year round. The average summer temperature is 71 degrees Fahrenheit and the average winter temperature is 36 degrees Fahrenheit. We average 28.52 inches of annual rainfall and 36.10 inches of annual snowfall.
Clubs and Organizations - (920) 892-5068
Check out Plymouth clubs and organizations on our website or contact the Community Education Office located in the Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Avenue.
The population of Plymouth is over 8,000. We are home to a growing number of professionals who commute to neighboring cities such as Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Green Bay and Milwaukee. Contact the Chamber for specific demographic information. View Census Bureau statistics.
The Plymouth School District is one of the largest in Sheboygan County and strives to meet the educational needs and goals of every child. It operates five elementary schools, a middle school and a high school. St. John the Baptist Catholic School and St. John Lutheran School operate elementary schools, while the Baptist Church operates a K-12 school. Plymouth High School offers honors, college preparatory, vocational, adult educational and college and technical school credit courses.
The Community Education Office offers adult and student classes in a wide array of offerings from gymnastics, computer technology, wood working to cooking. Classes are held in the spring and fall. The Community Education Office is located in Plymouth High School, 125 Highland Avenue. Call (920) 892-5068 for more information.
Fox Valley Technical
Lakeshore Technical College
Mount Mary College
St Norbert College
UW Green Bay
Plymouth has several quality financial institutions, including full service banks and a credit union. The banks offer extended hours and branch locations for customer convenience. Visitors and long-term residents will find investment services are available with the financial institutions and with private firms.
Aurora Valley View Medical Center is a private, not-for-profit community urgent care center located in Plymouth, offering a variety of services including urgent care, rehabilitation services (physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, work conditioning, physical ability testing, hand clinic and lymphedema treatment), outpatient surgery (including GI lab services), radiology services (general radiology, mammography, CT, MRI, ultrasound, stress testing) and laboratory services. For Aurora "hospital services" please visit the Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center in Sheboygan.
Plymouth Ambulance Service, Inc. is your local paramedic level ambulance service, providing quality pre-hospital care to your doorstep 24/7. Plymouth Ambulance Service staffs three ambulances around the clock and responds for more than 1300 requests each year. In addition we also maintain one back-up ambulance, an administrative/command vehicle, and house the Sheboygan County Mass Casualty Response Trailer.
St. Nicholas Hospital is a full-service community hospital, located in Sheboygan. Its specialties include: cancer, cardiac, and diabetes care; emergency services; home health; maternity; medical/surgical services; orthopedics and sports medicine; pain management; rehabilitation; and renal dialysis.
Plymouth's local newspaper is The Review, distributed every Tuesday and Thursday and we are also served by The Sheboygan Press, a daily newspaper. Local radio stations, WSTM (91.3 fm) WJUB, The Breeze (1420-AM) and WXER, The Point (104.5-FM), and TV14, the local cable station also serve the community. Cable services include TV-14, and Time Warner Cable.
There are more than a dozen parks located throughout the City of Plymouth. Amenities include a water slide at the aquatic center, skateboard park, band shells, pavilions, picnic areas, playground equipment, soccer fields, sledding hills, baseball diamonds and trails. Call the Chamber for a park brochure/map at (888) 693-8263.
The City of Plymouth enjoys a very low crime rate thanks to our hardworking Police Department. Resident safety is enhanced by a completely equipped volunteer fire department and an emergency ambulance service staffed by EMT's. The Plymouth Fire Department serves 36 square miles and operates two fire stations, ten pieces of apparatus and has fifty active volunteer firefighters.
General Mitchell International Airport is located in Milwaukee. Sheboygan County's airport, Burrows Aviation is located 10 miles east of Plymouth and serves several international firms and local businesses. Vehicle rentals, taxis, shuttle services are all available for your transportation needs.
Plymouth Utilities is a community-owned electric, water and wastewater utility which provides electric service to the City of Plymouth and portions of ten surrounding townships.
Veterans' Memorial Trail
Dedicated in August of 2005, this impressive trail winds along the Mullet River, starting at Eastern Avenue and ending near the Mullet River dam. It includes eleven landmark flags representing a war or conflict. An entry plaza is formed with donated memorial bricks honoring soldiers who have served, or are currently serving, in the military. A seating area is available. Buy a brick today!