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Who We Are

We serve our members and community by actively supporting and promoting business and community development by leading efforts to improve and promote quality of life and prosperity in the Platteville area. As you stroll through our historic Main Street area, we hope you will also stop at other gems Platteville has to offer along Business Highway 151. Visit the museums, pause at our Veterans Honor Roll Memorial in downtown City Park, and enjoy the accumulated heritage of Platteville’s historic traditions as one of the oldest mining towns in Wisconsin and the United States.

Our Mission

Pioneering efforts to support, enhance and promote regional business, tourism and an inclusive community. 

Featured Events


Platteville Dairy Days

The 2021 Platteville Dairy Days event will take place Sept. 10-12, 2021! Mark your calendar for a great weekend of activities.This fun packed weekend...


Historic Re-enactment

UPDATE: This event will not be held in person this year. Look to their Facebook page for details about an educational video they are working on. They...


A Day On The Farm

This event will be returning in Fall 2021!Celebrate Ag tourism with a free day out at UW-Platteville Pioneer Farm. Kids will enjoy the petting zoo, ag...


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Featured Attraction - The "M"

An iconic symbol of the mining tradition and the history of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville marks its 75th anniversary this year. The world’s largest “M,” located on the Platte Mound four miles northeast of the city of Platteville, has served to help identify the university throughout the years.

The Platteville Mound is one mile long and approximately one-half mile wide, 150 feet high and 450 feet above the city at the summit of the hill. The “M” was built on the south side of the hill at a 45-degree gradient.

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