Economic Development

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Fountain at Hometown Junction park bubbles as people gather to enjoy Music on Main event.
Aerial image of US Hwy 151, Verona Ave, Military Ridge State Trail and the park-n-ride.

Welcome to the Economic Development webpage for the City of Verona.  Our goal is to provide entrepreneurs, existing businesses and site selectors with the critical information needed to make the informed decision to be immersed in our thriving community.

Located in south central Wisconsin, Verona is a rapidly growing community minutes from downtown Madison, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with immediate access to US Hwy 18/151 and the I 39-90 corridor.  Major area private sector employers include: Epic Systems Corporation, a medical software developer; Carnes Company, a HVAC manufacturer, and Latitude Corporation, a metals machining and fabrication company.

Our professional development team is a dynamic group of professionals with extensive experience working on both large and small projects. Available development and redevelopment sites range from 1 acre to 100 acres. Liberty Business Park and Verona Technology Park are conveniently located on the southeast side of the city with easy access to US Hwy 18/151 and CTH M.

Contact Us

  1. Adam Sayre
    City Administrator
    Ph: 608-845-6495

    City Hall
    111 Lincoln St.
    Verona, WI 53593

    Ph: 608-845-6495
    Fx: 608-845-8613

    Staff Directory



  1. No Refuse & Recycling Collection 5/30

    Refuse & Recycling Reminder: There will be NO collection on Monday 5/30. Residents will be serviced one day later than their normal service day during the week of May 30th to June 3rd. Read on...
  2. Position Open - Streets Superintendent

    The City of Verona is recruiting for a Public Works Streets Superintendent. The Street Superintendent reports to the Public Works Director and is responsible for providing organization and supervisory direction in a diversified public works environment. Read on...
  3. No Mow May

    Join the City as a participant in No Mow May. Each May the City will not enforce the length of lawns and grasses until June 1. This means you can take a break from mowing your lawn to help the bees and pollinators survive. Read on...
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