Columbus Local Information

History of Columbus

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Incorporated in 1874, this rural community now numbering 5,000 has an interesting history and a good number of historic buildings.  Click on the image for more details.

Touristic Information

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With more than two hundred century old homes and commercial buildings, a walk around town takes you back in time.  From the Redbud festival to Wisconsin's largest antique museum, plus its lovely parks and hospital, Columbus is an active and engaging community.  Click on the image for more details.

City of Columbus Website

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Information of the City of Columbus - government, services, community, businesses and more.  The photo is the historic City Hall building.  Click on the photo to visit the website.


Columbus Aquatics Center

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Enjoy a number of activities at the Aquatics Center, including swim lessons, swim team, Vortex Slide, Tot Slide, geysers, etc, and just good family fun.  Click on the photo for detailed information.

Columbus Public Library

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Books, online library catalog, computers, wi-fi, web coding workshops.  A finalist for "Best Small Library in America" in 2017.  Click on the photo to open the website.

 

Columbus Commotion

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Facebook site for local activities at the library, recreation events, and the Senior Center.  Printed copies at local area business.  Click image for details.

Columbus Community Hospital

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Columbus Community Hospital is a 25 bed acute care hospital located in Columbus.

In addition to its over 300 employees (which include team members at the Prairie Ridge Health Clinics in Beaver Dam and Columbus - a Department of Columbus Community Hospital), a group of close to 100 volunteers provide valuable services to the hospital in a variety of areas. 

Philanthropic support is provided through the Columbus Community Hospital Foundation which was established in 1989.

The service area includes Columbus, Fall River, Rio, Waterloo, Marshall, Sun Prairie, Reeseville, Lowell, Randolph, Cambria, Beaver Dam, and other surrounding communities. Emergency transport services are provided to the hospital by a private carrier, LifeStar, as well as the Med-Flight Helicopter Service from Madison.

For more information, please call the Columbus Community Hospital Community Relations Department at (920) 623-2200, Ext. 1280.

Project C.L.E.A.N.

Project C.L.E.A.N. (Community Leaders Eliminating the Abuse of Narcotics) is a partnership between local community leaders such as healthcare professionals, law enforcement, school officials and community members to enhance awareness and understanding of opioid use and abuse. This is accomplished through community education seminars that encourage open conversations about the safe use of prescription opioids.


Educating the community at large regarding the opioid epidemic and its history, victims, caregivers, available and needed resources, and what the community can do with a prevention focus to assist in this life-changing and life-saving effort.


Please view some informative short videos on the "Opiod Task Force" page by clicking this link:  https://cch-inc.com/en/opioid-task-force

Health and Wellness

CCH's goal is to provide community members of all ages with quality educational programs, support groups, and events to assist them in leading a healthy lifestyle. CCH provides group presentations for work-site health fairs and can speak at school and community group meetings.

CCH is proud to be a part of the community by participating in community events and promoting health and wellness throughout the communities we serve.