Belgium is located in Northern Ozaukee County and is just a short drive via I-43 and North of Port Washington.This small town community is just minutes away from the shores of Lake Michigan and Harrington State Park and the surrounding beaches.
The first immigrants of Belgium were descendants of Luxembourg and settled in the Township and the Village of Belgium in the middle of the 19th century.These first immigrants, who came from Luxembourg, referred this area of Ozaukee County as the Belgium area due to the fact that much of Luxembourg was ruled by Belgium during the time that they settled here.
Belgium's unique heritage can be found in those who call Belgium their home, the lush surrounding farms and the rolling countryside that extends to the shores of Lake Michigan.
According to the 2010 Census, the population in the Village of Belgium is 2,245 which breaks down to around 817 households and just over 600 families that reside there, whereas in the Township, there were 2,008 people, 547 households, and 421 families residing according to the most recent census in 2009.
School District:Northern OzaukeeCedar Grove/Belgium Area School District
Cedar Grove High School:The Cedar Grove-Belgium High School is a member of the Central Lakeshore Conference and their athletic teams are known as the Rockets.
Ozaukee High School:
Random Lake High School:
St. Mary Parish School:675 County Road D, Belgium.Private PK, 1-4
Stepping Stone Children's Center:420 Park ST.Private PK
Village Hall:104 Peter Thein Ave.