The City of Berlin Wisconsin, with an estimated population of 5,571, is located at the North Eastern edge of Green Lake County and South Eastern edge of Waushara County in East-Central Wisconsin.
Berlin is 20 minutes west of Oshkosh and 45 minutes from Appleton and the Fox Valley. Berlin offers unique shopping and a variety of dining choices plus great community events such as; the 3rd of July Independence Day Parade, Boat Parade and Cruzers Car Show in August, the Lighting of the Park & Christmas Parade in November, and many more.
Berlin offers a reasonable cost of living, a strong sense of community and family, as well as strong public and parochial schools. Berlin also offers a wide variety of prime outdoor activities due to its location on the Fox River, its proximity to the many Waushara County lakes and woodlands, a multitude of options for outdoor recreation, and an active Conservation Club. Berlin also supports a complete Park and Recreation program and Aquatic Center for the entire family to enjoy.
The City of Berlin does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, or disability in employment or provision of services, programs, or activities.
City of Berlin Application for Employment; print, complete, and return to Berlin City Hall, 108 N. Capron St. P.O. Box 272, Berlin, WI 54923, or pick up an application in person.