We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you get your questions answered on your time! If this list doesn't answer your questions, please feel free to reach out to us during normal business hours. Thank you!
Sparta City-Wide Rummage sale weekend is ran by Evans Print and Media. Historically, the weekend is first weekend in August. However, we encourage you to check with Evans Print for up-to-date information.
The Monroe County Historical Society has an Arts & Craft show twice a year the first Saturday of March and November.
For location and more details, follow the Monroe County Arts & Craft Show Facebook page.
In 2018, the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail sustained extensive damage due to devastating floods that swept the region. Although most of the trail has been repaired and is enjoyable, there are a few small sections that are still under repairs. Click here to view a map.
Tunnel 3 is nearly a mile long and is a well loved attraction for local sight seers as well as visitors. We understand that occasionally, you may not have enough time to bike to the tunnel, if you're looking to park and walk view this map for locations.
Yes, we do. Notary services are available by appointment only. Book your appointment here!
The Kriskindlmarkt opens the weekend following Thanksgiving. The market is open during the holiday season on Friday, Saturday, and Sundays. The season lasts for three weeks.
We have an amazing Parks and Rec team. They will be happy to assist you with your city park questions.
Unfortunately, no you cannot. The Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization who's mission is to support local businesses and foster community spirit. Visit the City of Sparta website for your certification needs.
Ben Bikin stands 32 feet high atop an 1890s-era Penny Farthing bicycle. A local company, F.A.S.T. (Fiberglass, Animals, Shapes, and Trademarks) Corp., created the statue, where he’s been stationary in his present location in 1995. He is considered the World’s Largest Bicyclist.
Ben is located at Ben Bikin' Park, on the corner of Water Street and Wisconsin Street.