Egg Harbor Town Hall & Fire Station
On July 9, 1861 the Town of Egg Harbor became the 10th organized town in Door County. Those first few years the majority of Egg Harbors population were Belgians and Indians that were employed by the first settlers to produce cordwood. Over time more settlers moved in. They were dairy farmers, orchard growers, maple syrup producers and business owners.
Some of the 1st businesses were; Shipwrecked (originally known as the Kewaunee House) Alpine Resort, Mojo Rosa (originally a Stagecoach Stop called The Concord Hotel). Today these establishments are within the Village of Egg Harbor which incorporated as a separate governmental unit in 1964.
The Town of Egg Harbor has remained for a large part a rural-agricultural area with many well established businesses, resorts, golf courses, large dairy farms, orchards and maple syrup producers.
ELECTION NOTICE: Any outstanding absentee/provisional ballots at the close of any given election for the Town of Egg Harbor will be posted on the Door County Web Site at: www.co.door.wi.gov