The Town of Troy is nestled between Hudson and River Falls and borders the beautiful St. Croix National Scenic River Way. It is one of the western-most towns in St. Croix County and encompasses more than 6 miles of scenic riverway. We’re sure you’ll be pleased with the amenities the area has to offer. The surrounding communities offer everything from quaint local cafes to fine dining experiences; from a picnic in one of the local parks to a picnic high above the St. Croix River in a hot air balloon.
The first settler in Troy was James Chinnoch in 1850. In that year, he raised the first crop and erected a house. At that time, the population of St. Croix County was 624. The Town of Troy was organized in 1851 and was first called Malone by the Perrine brothers who were early settlers from New York. It was later renamed Troy, either in honor of Troy, New York, or ancient Troy.
The Town of Troy is proud of its agricultural tradition. Because of this the Town has put in place a development ordinance that is aimed at protecting the rural nature of the community while allowing development of areas best suited for residential use. We’re happy to welcome you to the Town and hope you find the lifestyle to be as rich as the heritage of this area!
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DRAFT CHAPTER 170, ZONING CODE for more information, see the Chapter 170, Zoning Code button on the bottom left column. Any comments you may have regarding the Draft Chapter 170 Zoning Code can be submitted to the Town via our Contact Us link at the top right corner of this web page. Proposed Zoning Map.
***7/30/14*** Pembles Access will be CLOSED on Thursday, the 31st of August so the road can be repaired. It should reopen on the 1st.
***7/15/14*** COVE BOAT RAMP CONTINUES TO BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO WINTER ICE DAMAGE. THE WATER LEVEL MUST STILL COME DOWN BEFORE A FINAL ASSESSMENT OF THE DAMAGE CAN BE MADE. USING THE RAMP MAY CAUSE SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE TO YOUR BOAT AND OR TRAILER. PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES***
|Burning permits are required for controlled burns, including recreational fire. There is an annual permit and is available at the Recycling Center or the town Government Center. There is no charge for the permit but it must be signed by a town employee in order to be valid. If the fire department responds to a report of fire on your property and you have not followed the rules spelled out on the burning permit you will be billed for the call. Currently, the charge for a fire rescue/call is $800.00|