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Community Resources

City of Whitehall & Utilities

Monday - Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm

36295 Main Street, P.O. Box 155,  Whitehall, WI 54773 


Email  |  Website

Trempealeau County Courthouse

36245 Main St.  |  Whitehall, WI 54773 



Trempealeau County Health Care Center

W20298 State Rd. 121  |  Whitehall, WI 54773  



Trempealeau County Sheriff

36245 Main St.  |  Whitehall, WI 54773 



United States Post Office

36451 Ellis St.  |  Whitehall, WI 54773  



Whitehall Police & Fire Department

36295 Main St.  |  Whitehall, WI 54773 



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Aquatic Center

36522 West Street

The aquatic center features include a zero depth entry, diving area, and two water slides. One is 140' and the other is in the toddler area. Both swimming lessons and water aerobics are available. The center is open seasonally with daily and season passes. For more information, please call 715-538-4353 or email the Whitehall City Center.


Whitehall Public Library

36280 Main Street

Hours are: Monday-Friday: 12:00 - 7:00 pm, Wednesday: 9:30-11 am and Saturday  9:30 am to Noon.  Stop by and let librarian Amanda Allison help you find your next favorite book.  To contact the library, call 715-538-4107.

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Golf & Pub

36353 West Street

9-holes, Par 36, 2979 yards. Open to the public with food and beverages available in the clubhouse bar and dining area. Currently remodeling the clubhouse so dining area is not open. Watch our Facebook page for updates! To set up a tee time, call us at : 715-538-4800.  Email, visit our website at or check us out on Facebook!  


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Bandstand, Seymour Gardens & Park

Main Street

The Ladies of Chautauqua Circle erected the bandstand in 1915 in the Seymour Gardens and park.

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Fredrickson Park

Highway 53, south side of town

Located on U.S. Highway 53 in Whitehall this small park with play area, park benches and restroom facilities is just the right spot to take a break during the day.

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Colonel Larson Park

Enter at Blair and Earle Street

This park features a softball field, basketball, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, playground, park shelters and picnic areas on the banks of the Trempealeau River. In addition, a number of campsites with electrical and water hookups are available.  Call (715) 538-4353  or email the City of Whitehall to reserve the park shelter or campsites.

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Melby Park

 Park and Hobson Street

Melby Park features an enclosed park shelter with fireplace, a new children’s play area, recently renovated baseball field with covered stadium seating and basketball courts, all nestled under a variety of shade trees.  Call (715) 538-4353 or email the City of Whitehall to reserve the park shelter.


American Legion Auxiliary



American Legion Post 191



Big Brothers/Big Sisters



CAP (Central ATV Pioneers)



Cub Scouts



Farmers Garden Market



Friends of the Whitehall Public Library



Girl Scouts



Hippi Hatters (Red Hat Society)



Knights of Columbus



Trempealeau County 4-H Club

715-538-2311 x 210


Trempealeau County Humane Society




Tri-County Hospital Auxiliary



United Community Fund 


Whitehall Acoyapa Nicaragua Partners


Whitehall Area Chamber of Commerce



Whitehall FCCLA-Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America


Whitehall FFA Chapter - Melinda Goplin, Advisor


Whitehall HOSA-Future Health Professional


Whitehall Lions Club 



Whitehall - Pigeon Rod & Gun Club



Whitehall School District Booster Club



Whitehall Women's Study Club



Whitehall Working Women's Club



Whitehall Public School District

The mission of the Whitehall Public School District is to provide learning experiences that empower students to create a positive vision of their future through the interaction of school, family and community. The Whitehall School District is committed to serving all students and providing for high quality education experiences according to the child's age. The Whitehall School District accommodates students from K-12. Students can explore their talents and plan their future through the numerous academic and extra-curricular opportunities provided by dedicated professionals.

Western Technical College

In addition to the regular classroom settings, two-way interactive cable television courses connect to other area schools, and outreach programs through Western Technical College are available. The district also offers programs in the Wisconsin School-To-Work Transitions initiative such as Tech Prep and Youth Apprenticeship.


Western Technical College provides educational opportunities to our region, including a campus in Independence, located five miles west of Whitehall, and a main campus in La Crosse. Western offers certificates, technical diplomas, associate degrees, and credits that transfer to four-year universities, as well as customized training, professional development, English language learner, and college prep courses. Community partnerships include service learning opportunities with non-profit organizations and program advisory boards with local business representatives. The local Job Center is located on Western’s Independence campus and is headed by the Western Wisconsin Private Industry Council, which coordinates job training and retention in area communities.


Gundersen Tri-County Hospital & Clinics

Gundersen Tri-County Whitehall Hospital provides 24-hour emergency service and evening and weekend Urgent Care. With full laboratory and radiology departments; an outpatient and inpatient Rehabilitation Services department; cardiac rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation; nutrition services; seasonal community wellness events; swing bed care, hospice care and more, you are sure to find the care you need at Gundersen Tri-County.


Our nursing team works with your primary care provider or our 24-hour hospitalists to ensure quality care during your stay. Gundersen Tri-County Care Center is a 35-bed facility on the third floor of Gundersen Tri-County’s Whitehall Hospital. The Senior Living center is an 11-unit residential care apartment complex.


Connecting Gundersen Tri-County Whitehall to the Whitehall Hospital and staffing both with local physicians enhances medical care. Specialists from Gundersen La Crosse also provide medical services to the Clinic, allowing patients to receive care in their hometown. Specialties available at Gundersen Tri-County Whitehall include Audiology; Cardiology; Women’s Health; Surgery; Orthopaedics; Behavioral Health and more, many of which are also available via telemedicine.



Gundersen Eye Clinic Whitehall is also conveniently located between Gundersen Tri-County Whitehall and the Whitehall Hospital. Board-certified optometrists provide a full range of services, including family eye exams, laser vision evaluations and emergency eye care. Gundersen ophthalmologists also regularly provide medical and surgical outreach service to patients in Whitehall. Eye Clinic Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 am - 5 pm, Phone: 715.538.4330, FAX: 715.538.4658.

Whitehall Dental Center

Providing state-of-the-art dentistry to all patients of any age!  Located at 36220 Tower Drive (next to the Fire Station) we have a compassionate, well-educated dentist and dental team who provide a gentle, friendly approach to your oral care.  We welcome new patients and promise to maintain clinical excellence, your comfort, and make your visit to our office a great experience.  Our office is open Monday - Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Dental emergencies welcome and often can be seen on the same day!  Call us today at 715.538.1800.


¡Bienvenido! ¡nosotros hablamos español!  Your smile begins with us!

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