Supervisor Tom Huetter

After serving the Town of Pittsfield on various Boards and committees for 40 years, Town Board Supervisor Tom Huetter announced at the August Board meeting that he will be retiring from his public service after at the end of September. Tom and his wife Betty have sold their home here in the Town and are moving to Alabama to be near their children and grandchildren.  

Tom’s, dedication, knowledge of Town history and straight forward common sense will be great missed. It will be sad not seeing Tom, an avid walker (putting in 7 miles a day) on the trails and back-roads of our community. He not only walked the roads but often used that time to speak with residents and listen to their desires and concerns. This is truly a great loss for our Town.

A small ceremony of appreciation is planned during the September 8th Town Board Meeting.


Town property owners should have received a copy of a letter advising that the Town is going through a reassessment.

This will NOT result in an automatic increase in your taxes.

Please review the document you were sent and you will see that while the value listed on your property may change so that the value is closer aligned to actual market value, the taxing rate is actually lowered to compensate. The tax rate is changing from .01649 to .01400.

Please use the formulas listed on the letter to calculate your changes.

If you would like to question the process the first step is to reach out to the assessor. Call Paul Denor at: 920-468-9698.

A sample form is attached.


The criminal actions of a few does not show who we, the residents of Pittsfield are.

The best examples of the great people of this community are the people shown in this news story cleaning up the damage.

If any one has information regarding the people behind this damage please reach out to the Brown County Sheriff’s Office at (920) 391-7450 or to Crime Stoppers at : You may be eligible for a CASH reward and can remain anonymous.


Come out to the Pittsfield Community Park/ Community Center to enjoy some of that Fair Food that will not be available at the canceled Fairs.

Enjoy hand battered cheese curds, mini donuts, butterfly fries, blooming onions, and fresh lemonade.

Free Music provided by HOME GROWN.

Held outside and social distancing will be encouraged.

Saturday June 27th, 2020 3 PM – 8 PM

Pittsfield Community Park/Community Center

4862 Kunesh Road Green Bay WI 54313

Food provided through Freedom Foods LLC (a Pittsfield Business)