Welcome to the Town of Bayfield, 
Where Stars Shine Bright!

Bayfield is a welcoming community that values diverse growth in our schools, residents and businesses which enhances our cultural fabric. We respect independence, foster education and value our natural scenic environment. We are a community family devoted to the quality of life for every resident—an authentic small town experience in the Heart of Pine River Valley.


We are a community focused on continued prosperity and economic growth while maintaining our small town values and natural scenic environment.


A thriving community that ensures the quality of life for all residents while maintaining our values and small town character.


• We respect our heritage. Our community work ethic is rooted in the hard-earned achievement of past generations.
• We respect independence, foster education, and value our natural scenic environment.
• We welcome diversity in our schools, residents, and businesses that enhances the cultural fabric of our community.
• We are a community family devoted to the quality of life for every resident. We are helpful, caring, and morally grounded.



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Watering Restriction go into effect May 15

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
Annual watering restrictions will go into effect May 15. Town water customers may only water every other day from May 15–September 15. Odd numbered addresses may water lawns and gardens with sprinkler systems on odd numbered days of the month and even numbered addresses may water on even numbered

License dogs at Yard Sale Day, June 5th

Tuesday, May 4, 2021
Town utility customers are encouraged to come by Town Hall on Bayfield Yard Sale Day, June 5, 2021, from 8am to noon, to license their canine family members. Please bring proof of current vaccinations. Any pets registered with Town Hall through June 5 will be entered into a prize drawing. Per Town

Bayfield Parkway closed at Hwy 160 April 26-May 14

Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Bayfield Parkway will have traffic closures and delays April 26 through May 14 as the intersection with Hwy 160 and Buck Hwy (CR 521) undergoes repairs. Please see the attached map for recommended detours. Please drive with caution through residential areas and plan for extra travel time. Detour map

Low water pressure possible in Mountain View and Mesa Ave areas

Friday, April 16, 2021
April 16, 2021 Water customers in the Mountain View Drive and Mesa Avenue neighborhoods may experience reduced water pressure intermittently over the next couple weeks as the new water line connections are under construction. Thank you for your patience.

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