Albany WI. Another tour of a quaint village of Green County

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Welcome to Albany


Albany is a pleasant village of 1191 people located 30 minutes from Madison and Janesville, and two hours from the Milwaukee and Chicago areas. Highway 59 runs through the heart of downtown Albany. Residents take pride in their community with its small town atmosphere. In addition to the school district activities, other points of interest include its churches, recreational facilities, and its unique bed and breakfasts

The Sugar river flow through the heart of the village and is a popular place to fish, tub, and canoe.


Albany offers the peace and tranquility of country and river life, with abundant opportunities for entrepreneurs. The heritage of the English, Norwegian, Swiss, German and other nationalities that settled Albany is apparent in the energy and friendliness of today's

Albany demonstrates it commitment to urban forestry and the environment by maintaining the trees in our parks system and the community forest. Since our continuing to meet the standards set by The Nation Arbor Day Foundation, Albany has been recognized as a Tree City USA community since 2004. residents.




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Brian & Marie Spray - Action Realty Group - Frisco, TX
Frisco TX Realtors

Scott - nice blog post.  I grew up in Madison - love the countryside all over Wisconsin.  I've never been in Albany though.  It looks like a great place to live.


Jun 26, 2009 03:27 AM #1
Brenda Carus
Century 21 Zwygart Real Estate - Monroe, WI

Albany is nice, quiet town indeed.

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